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L'hydroaéroionisation lors du tratement de la phase non active du rhumatisme
Katsénovitch, R.A. (1968). L'hydroaéroionisation lors du tratement de la phase non active du rhumatisme, in: Gualtierotti, R. et al. (Ed.) Bioclimatology, biometeorology and aeroionotherapy. pp. 119-122
In: Gualtierotti, R.; Kornblueh, I.H.; Sirtori, C. (Ed.) (1968). Bioclimatology, biometeorology and aeroionotherapy. Carlo Erba Foundation: Milano. 167 pp., more

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  • Katsénovitch, R.A.

    The present status of our knowledge of the pathogenesis of rheumatic diseases, of the modus agendi and of the therapeutic results achieved with hydroaeroionization suggests employment of this method as a preventive modality. It can be prescribed either as a prophylacticum for improvement of thermoregulation and stimulation of the protective immunobiological forces or for improvement of the general condition as a " secondary prophylaxis " during periods of remission. In this case the total effect embraces metabolism and a number of pertinent physiological factors. Because of the rare occurrence of hemorrhages in patients who underwent hydro-aeroionotherapy, it is probable that this method may be of value preoperatively in cardiac surgery and also during the post-operative period of convalescence. These suggestions are based on the accumulated data derived from the results of hydroaeroionotherapy of patients suffering from rheumatic disorders.

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