Complicated Genitourinal Pathology

NEAR RESULTS OF TREATMENT THE PATIENTS WITH COMPLICATED GENITOURINAL PATHOLOGY WITH APPLICATION OF LOW INTENSIVE LASER IRRADIATION

G.I. Mavrov, G.M. Bondarenko, T.V. Gybenko

Ukrainian Scientific Research Institute for Dermatology &Venereology, Kharkov, Ukraine

The problem of managing chronic inflammatory diseases of genitals is rather urgent. It is connected with increase of serious complica­tions, tendency to recurrence, resistance to treatment. We studied 28 patients (11 males and 17 females). The age of patients was 19-48 (medium age was 31). On etiologically diagnosis the patients were distributed as follows: Chlamidia trachomatis was found in 21 cases, C.trachomatis and Ureaplasma urealiticum – in 5, ?. trachomatis and Candida albicans – in 2. Chronic urethritis, prostatitis, cervicitis, cervical erosion, vulvovaginitis, endometritis, and pelvic inflamma­tory disease were prevailed. Antimicrobials, immunomodulators, vitamins, and symptomatic drugs were prescribed in combination with LILI. The laser therapy was conducted by He-Ne laser with the capacity of 25 mW. Males received intravenous or intraurethral LILI, 5-7 procedures. Females received LILI by the following techniques -intravenously, intraurethraly, intracervically and intrauterinely, 5-7 procedures, intravaginally – 10 procedures. Patients which received laser therapy were marked by pronounced clinical improvements – pain was soothed, acute urethral syndrome was arrested, discharge from the genitals was decreased. Blood and urine parameters normalized. On data from our institution the percentage of recur­rence after treatment of patients with chronic complicated genitourinal pathology without use of laser therapy was 10-15%. In the case of application of LILI the near results had shown 100 % clinical and microbiological curability.