28 June 2000 Application of the low-level laser therapy for the treatment of vaginitis
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Proceedings Volume 4166, Laser Florence '99: A Window on the Laser Medicine World; (2000); doi: 10.1117/12.389504
Event: Laser Florence '99, 1999, Florence, Italy
Abstract
Vaginitis is the most common female infectious disease. Females suffering from this disorder are annually increasing in number. There are a lot of modalities of treatment of vaginitis, but because of drug allergy and microbe's stability to drug the treatment of vaginitis is difficult. Our study compares the efficacy of laser-therapy with drug therapy in the treatment of non-specific vaginitis and vaginal candidiasis. Thirty women reci4eed the LLLT by local action with antiseptic liquid daily during ten days, 20 women received metronidazole and fluconozole and vaginal application of metronidazole. The results suggest that local laser-therapy is able to remove sights of vaginitis more efficiently and faster than drug therapy. Repair of normal vaginal microflora, which is the best indicator of recovery, was significantly at a faster rate in laser-therapy group. There were no report of adverse reaction with vaginal laser- therapy, whereas there were women on drug therapy who reported side effects. In conclusion, vaginal aser-therapy with antiseptic liquid is a suitable, effective, safe and chip alternative to drug therapy in the treatment of vaginitis.
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A. N. Passeniouk, V. A. Mikhailov, "Application of the low-level laser therapy for the treatment of vaginitis", Proc. SPIE 4166, Laser Florence '99: A Window on the Laser Medicine World, (28 June 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.389504; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.389504
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Laser therapeutics

Vagina

Microorganisms

Liquids

Laser safety

Magnesium

Environmental sensing

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