3 December 1996 Blood-stimulatory and biochemical effects of intravenous laser irradiation of blood with low-active laser radiation in rabbits with peripheral nerve damage
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Abstract
It is found that in rabbits with the injured sciatic nerve irradiation of blood with low-intensity laser radiation stimulates the mechanism of hemoglobin and thrombocyte formation. Normalization of the lymphocytic composition in blood of the animals with the injured nerve shows that it is possible to prevent development of the process of lymphocytopenia. Changes in the albumins/globulins ratio, the stimulating effect of same biochemical parameters and increase of the hemopoiesis in blood of the animals with the damaged peripheral nerve can probably be considered as evidence of the positive effect of intravenous irradiation of blood with low-intensity laser irradiation on living organisms.
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Leonid Victorovic Tanin, Leonid Victorovic Tanin, G. G. Petrovsky, G. G. Petrovsky, Raisa Michailovn Tanina, Raisa Michailovn Tanina, } "Blood-stimulatory and biochemical effects of intravenous laser irradiation of blood with low-active laser radiation in rabbits with peripheral nerve damage", Proc. SPIE 2922, Laser Applications in Medicine and Dentistry, (3 December 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.260711; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.260711
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