Chronic gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer characteristics: It is a mucosal defect - an ulcer penetrating the submucose or even deeper, or an erosis - a mucosal defect limited to the mucosa. Gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers are characterised by the occurrence of one or multiple ulcers in the gastric or duodenal wall and repeated relapses over many years. Duodenal ulcers occur 4 times more often than gastric ulcers; they bleed more often, as well.
The main etiologic agents are the Helicobacter pylori infection, excessive consumption of non-steroid anti-inflammatory substances, and an imbalance between protective and aggressive factors affecting the mucosa. In gastric ulcers, this concerns mainly the Helicobacter pylori infection; in duodenal hypersecretion, HCl is applied. Treatment is complex - elimination of the infection, and pharmacotherapy to minimise aggressive factors and to support protective factors.
Using magnetic therapy in gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers
In gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers, protective factors include good regeneration of the mucosa and aggressive factors include ischemia of the wall. Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy and its effects significantly improve protective factors - vasodilatation, anti-inflammatory effects, mucosa nutrition and time of healing - thus eliminating risky ischemia of the wall. Not to be applied on bleeding ulcers.
Application of magnetic therapy in gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers
In gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers, in case of pain, it is recommended to apply; analgesic and spasmolytic frequencies of 4 - 6 Hz and 10 - 14 Hz, and subsequently, to achieve better blood circulation and mucosa regeneration and to prevent relapse, frequencies of 44 - 56 Hz.
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