SU1319853A1 - Method of treating impotence - Google Patents

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SU1319853A1
SU1319853A1 SU853907289A SU3907289A SU1319853A1 SU 1319853 A1 SU1319853 A1 SU 1319853A1 SU 853907289 A SU853907289 A SU 853907289A SU 3907289 A SU3907289 A SU 3907289A SU 1319853 A1 SU1319853 A1 SU 1319853A1
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Игорь Иванович Горпинченко
Ростислав Васильевич Беледа
Владимир Михайлович Козлов
Юрий Иванович Сопотов
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The invention relates to medicine, specifically to sexopathology, intended for the physiotherapeutic treatment of the erectile form of impotence. The purpose of the invention is to increase the therapeutic effect of the procedure. To do this on the shoulder and. they put cuffs on the penis, increase the pressure in them by 10-20 mm Hg. higher than the patient's usual systolic pressure in the shoulder. At the same time, systolic pressure is recorded in the shoulder and in the penis by recording the first pulse wave by ultrasound Doppler, and the barometer readings of the atmospheric pressure are recorded. Vacuuming the penis is performed at a pressure below the measured atmospheric pressure by the sum of the systolic pressure in the shoulder and the differential of systolic pressure in the shoulder and the penis. Vacuuming of the penis is carried out for 1.5-2 minutes. After 3 minutes of rest, the exposure is repeated. 3-5 exposures are carried out in one session. Kypt treatment for 8-9 sessions. 1 tab. from $ JV with with 00 ate with

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The invention relates to medicine, namely to sexopathology, and is intended for the physiotherapeutic treatment of erectile form of impotence.

The purpose of the invention is to increase the therapeutic effect of the procedure by exposing the penis at each session with a pressure corresponding to the difference in atmospheric pressure and the sum of the systemic arterial pressure with the difference between systemic and organ pressure.

The method is carried out as follows.

After a three-minute stay of n 11 1enta in a calm state (lying or sitting), with a special cuff pre-dressed on the shoulder and on the penis, increase the air pressure in them exceeding 10-20 mm Hg, st, the systolic pressure usual for this patient shoulder. Simultaneously with recording the systolic pressure in the shoulder, the systolic pressure in the penis is measured by recording the first pulse wave using Doppler ultrasound (IPK-l apparatus), and the barometer readings of atmospheric pressure are also recorded. on the barometer on the ve

After a month, he re-wils at the reception and reported that the erection of the penis is absent, does not live sexually. Agreed to provide treatment, Repeat treatment for the total amount of systolic pressure

in the shoulder and the systolic differential pressure- 35 was according to the proposed method

lenii in the shoulder and in the penis. At the treatment, before treatment, for example, atmospheric pressure was measured at the instant of atmospheric pressure (740 mm

barometer measurement is

R 745 mm Hg, Art., Systolic

pressure in the shoulder P 160 mm Hg, St ,, 40

systolic pressure in the sexual chlert, Art.), systolic pressure in the shoulder (150 mmHg, Art.), Systolic pressure in the vessels of the penis (120 mmHg, Art.). The differential of systolic pressure in the shoulder and penis is determined: лР 150 - 120 30 mm Hg, Art.

not 100 mm Hg, Art. The difference in systolic pressure in the shoulder and in the penis is РP P, - P |, q 60 mm Hg, Art. Then the evacuation of the penis is carried out at a pressure Pn - (WP, + DR) 525

By placing the penis in a transparent cylinder, which is pressed tightly against the skin of the pubic joint, the air is pumped out of the cylinder to a pressure of 525 mm Hg, article (in this example). A surgical aspirator (OX-10) was used as the source of the vacuum. The pressure of the treatment is adjusted by a vacuum regulator and monitored by a vacuum meter available at the specified installation, Vacuumi

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penis is performed for 1.5-2 minutes. After 3 min of rest, the exposure is repeated. During one session, 3-5 exposures are carried out in the first three days daily, then 1-2 days with breaks. The course of treatment includes 8-9 sessions.

At the same time, it is advisable to carry out oxygenation of the body with a humidified oxygen-air mixture with an oxygen content of 34-40%,

An example, Patient H, 35 years old, suffers from psychogenic sexual dysfunction in the form of an isolated decrease in adequate erections. The relationship with my wife is bad. During the year, sex does not live.

Treatment was started on a pro-type method, including decompression and the effect of vacuum on the penis at a treatment pressure in this patient 550 mm Hg, Art.

In the first three treatments, a weak erection was observed and the patient felt a slight warmth in the area of the penis. The patient is doubtful of the success of the treatment for the subsequent treatment sessions.

After a month, he re-wils at the reception and reported that the erection of the penis is absent, does not live sexually. Agreed to treat, Repeat treatment

Hg, Art.), systolic pressure in the shoulder (150 mm Hg, Art.), systolic pressure in the vessels of the penis (120 mm Hg, Art.). The differential of systolic pressure in the shoulder and penis is determined: лР 150 - 120 30 mm Hg, Art.

Vacuuming of the penis is performed at a pressure below the measured atmospheric level by the sum of the systolic pressure in the shoulder and the differential of systolic pressures in the shoulder and in the penis: 1J, 740 - - (150 + 30) 560 mmHg, st. Before evacuating the patient, use a moistened oxygen-air mixture with an oxygen content of 40% for 10 minutes; The penis is located in a cylinder in which air is pumped out to a pressure of 560 mm Hg. Originated

moderate erection of the penis The patient feels a pronounced heat in the penis, the evacuation of the penis was carried out for 2 minutes, after three minutes of rest (the vacuum in the device was removed), the procedure of vacuum vacuums at a pressure of 560 mm Hg. repeated. During the procedure, the patient was given a 5-minute normobaric oxygenation of the lungs moistened with an oxygen-air mixture with an oxygen content of 40%. In the second session of the evacuation of the penis, performed with normobaric oxygenation of the lungs with new parameters: while simultaneously measuring the atmospheric pressure (Pq 750 mm prost.), Systolic pressure in the upper arm (P 160mmHg), systolic pressure in the vessels of the penis (Rrts software mm Hg). Differential systolic pressure in the shoulder and penis: P 160 - 50 mm Hg. Vacuuming, therefore, should be carried out at a pressure of Rd Rd - - (RP + 4P) 540 mm Hg. There was an erection of the penis. The appearance of a pronounced erection of the penis was accompanied by psycho-emotional arousal of the patient.

Thus, a positive effect was achieved by evacuating the sex horns of the O member at a pressure below the measured atmospheric level by the sum of the systolic pressure in the shoulder and the difference in systolic pressure in the shoulder and in the penis, which increases the treatment parameters with the initial data characterizing the functional state patient’s vascular system and also optimizes the entire

the treatment process by using individual parameters of vacuuming the penis even from one treatment session to another, thereby increasing the effectiveness of treatment for impotence. In a patient, in all subsequent treatments carried out daily, the atmospheric pressure, systolic pressure in the shoulder and systolic pressure in the penis were measured simultaneously to determine the pressure of the treatment. During the session, marked erection of the penis was noted. Further sessions (with the obligatory determination of individual vacuum parameters

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the penis before the calendered session of treatment by the proposed method) i held at intervals of 2 days between each session. After the 8th session, full sexual intercourse was performed. Treatment was discontinued after the 9th treatment session.

Examined after 6 months, no complaints. The erection of the penis is normal,

The proposed method of impotence treatment does not require a special qualification of the attending physician from the point of view of determining the parameters of the evacuation of the penis; allows to take into account the individual hemodynamic characteristics of the patient’s vascular system in each session of the Treatment, optimizing them during the whole course of treatment; makes it possible to increase the efficiency of treatment of patients with various pathologies; reduces the treatment time by half (table). In addition, the appearance of penile tension in the first sessions of treatment favorably affects the patient's mind, increasing the effectiveness of impotence treatment.

The proposed method of treatment was applied in 56 patients, mainly with psychogenic sexual dysfunction in the form of a decrease in adequate erections at the age of 35-56 years. Of these, 38 suffered from psychogenic dysfunction in the form of an isolated decrease in adequate erections, 18 - in psychogenic dysfunction in the form of a decrease in adequate erections and accelerated elution. Disease duration from one to five years. Previously, all patients were treated irregularly by known methods without significant effect.

After treatment with the proposed method, a positive effect was achieved (by using individual parameters of vacuuming the penis), which is reflected in the table.

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A method of treating impotence, which includes conducting vacuum sessions of the penis, which is different in that, in order to increase the therapeutic effect of the procedure, each session affects the penis with pressure corresponding to

and magnitudes of the system artery Editor M. Dylyn

Compiled by Y. Esilevsky Tehred L. Oleinik

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    A method of treating impotence, including conducting sessions of vacuuming the penis, which differs with me in that, in order to increase the therapeutic effect of the procedure, each session affects the penis with pressure, correspond to
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    atmospheric pressure differential pressure with the difference between
    and the sum of systemic arterial-systemic and organ pressure.
    Way treatment Number of patients Therapeutic Effect The duration of treatment days Complete impotence Partial impotence Recovery of sexual function Without changes full partial Known ny 20 - eleven 9 40-45 40 * 26 14 Predp the guy 18 6 eight four 15-18 38 thirty 6 2
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