Scientific Studies and Clinical Observations
- Faster insulin process stabilization in children with diabetes: 64% of a group of diabetic children experienced a 2-3-day faster process stabilization than the children in the control group
- Shorter stays in hospital for disfunctional juvenile uterine hemorrhage: the girls could be released from hospital an average of 2 days earlier than the girls in the control group; in 75% of the girls healing actually occurred twice as fast as in the control group, and they could already go home 3 days earlier
- Healing-inducing effects in blood formation following gynecological surgery: at the end of the treatment only 26% of the results indicated anemia, compared to 39% in the control group
- Faster normalization of the kidney function: breakdown of the protein content in the urine of pregnant women treated for OPH syndrome.
The protein content of the urine was broken down within 4-5 days, significantly faster than in the control group
- Faster normalization of high blood pressure in pregnant women than in a control group receiving hypotensive and sedative medicine
- Dispersion of the clinical risk characteristics in pregnant women with health disorders which threatened to lead to miscarriage: already after a 2-3 days treatment there were no longer any clinical risk characteristics in 60% of the women patients.
In the time from the fifth to the seventh day, these also disappeared in the remaining 40% of patients.
In the control group the clinical risk characteristics in 70% of the women had disappeared after 7-10 days treatment. However, in 30% they remained
- Shorter stays in hospital: a 35% faster recovery in pregnant women with health disorders which threatened to lead to miscarriage than those in the control group
- Faster recovery in high-risk pregnancies with an OPH syndrome: in this group treatment could be completed 14% faster than in the control group
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