MODERN POSSIBILITIES OF APPLICATION OF DETOXIFICATION LASER PROGRAMS WHEN MITIGATING DRINKING FORMS OF ALCOHOLIZATION

Authors

  • Yurii Chuiev Medical Center “Avicenna”, Kharkiv, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53933/sspmpm.v1i1.6

Keywords:

alcohol dependence, detoxification laser programs, etiopathogenetic therapy

Abstract

In recent years, there has been a significant complication of the clinical picture of somatoneurological and mental status of patients with intoxicated forms of alcohol dependence. The aim of the study was to clinically evaluate the effectiveness of the innovative complex in the complex and the development of a therapeutic algorithm for its use in drug practice. The object of our scientific and practical interests in recent years has been modeling, testing and implementation of a new generation of non-drug and pharmacological methods of treatment of acute and urgent drug pathology, and its consequences, creating a set of innovative laser treatment and rehabilitation programs. The therapeutic efficacy of the laser infusion therapeutic complex was evaluated using pre-treatment rating scales, first, third and fifth days of treatment. In the course of therapy a clinical and laboratory study, general blood and urine tests, biochemical blood test were performed. Based on the data, we can conclude about the high efficiency of laser infusion detoxification as a means of alleviating the drunken form of alcohol dependence. The rate of reduction of somatoneurological and psychopathological disorders was significantly higher in the case of using an innovative treatment module based on laser technology than in the process of therapy with traditional drugs. Clinical interpretation of the obtained results in the main group allowed recording the tendency to a more pronounced positive dynamics, which manifested in a smoother disappearance of post-intoxication symptoms. In our opinion, the main clinical feature of the laser complex is the differences in the intensity of the positive therapeutic effect, indicating the presence of pronounced detoxifying properties. Thus, the therapeutic effects of the proposed laser detoxification program are extremely necessary to alleviate the drunken form of alcohol dependence in drug practice. The obtained results expand the current possibilities of etiopathogenetic therapy and allow recommending the inclusion of the developed method in complex therapeutic and rehabilitation programs for the treatment of drug addicts.

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Published

2021-08-23

How to Cite

Chuiev Ю. (2021). MODERN POSSIBILITIES OF APPLICATION OF DETOXIFICATION LASER PROGRAMS WHEN MITIGATING DRINKING FORMS OF ALCOHOLIZATION. SSP Modern Pharmacy and Medicine, 1(1), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.53933/sspmpm.v1i1.6

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