Therapeutic and preventive effects of sulfate-chloride-sodium mineral water in experimental peptic ulcer

Authors: Razumov AN , Surkov NV , Frolkov VK , Ziniakov NT
Source: Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult. 2009 May-Jun;(3):22-5
DOI: Not specified Publication date: 2009 May E-Publication date: Not specified Availability: abstract Copyright: Not specified
Language: Russian Countries: Russia Location: Not specified Correspondence address: Not specified


Article abstract

Healthy animals and individuals with experimental peptic ulcer were used to evaluate effect of weakly mineralized Tselitel'nitsa water on hormonal control of metabolic and trophic reactions. The mineral water was found to activate regulation of carbohydrate metabolism by insulin and cortisol due to the formation of adaptive reactions during a course of its therapeutic intake. The mineral water promoted realization of trophic effects of gastrin and insulin in animals with peptic ulcer the size of which significantly decreased. A preventive course of therapy with the mineral water was shown to enhance resistance of experimental animals to stressful factors.

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