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  • [The substantiation of the application of the high-intensity pulsed magnetic field for the combined treatment of biliary sludge]. [Randomized Controlled Trial]
  • VKVopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult 2018; 95(6):19-26
  • Fedorov AA, Kaisinova AS, … Chalaja EN
  • CONCLUSIONS: The course of the combined treatment of the patients presenting with biliary sludge including the application of the high-intensity pulsed magnetic field in the combination with the intake of mineral water (MW) and rational pharmacotherapy significantly relieved abdominal pains, alleviated the symptoms of biliary dyspepsia, and improved the motor function of the biliary tract. These therapeutic effects persisted as long as 3 months. The results of the present study give evidence of the necessity of prescription of an optimum dose of ursodeoxycholic acid to the patients suffering from biliary sludge.
  • Conservative therapeutic interventions for osteoarthritic finger joints: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hand Ther 2019 Apr - Jun; 32(2):153-164.e2
  • Beasley J, Ward L, … Leiras C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current evidence varies in quality and effect sizes but generally supports the use of active range of motion and resistive exercises, joint protection, electromagnetic therapy, paraffin wax, and balneotherapy (combined and/or not combined with mud packs and magnetotherapy), and distal interphalangeal orthoses as effective treatment interventions for individuals with OA finger joints.
  • Magnetotherapy: The quest for tendon regeneration. [Review]
  • JCJ Cell Physiol 2018; 233(10):6395-6405
  • Pesqueira T, Costa-Almeida R, Gomes ME
  • Tendons are mechanosensitive tissues that connect and transmit the forces generated by muscles to bones by allowing the conversion of mechanical input into biochemical signals. These physical forces …
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