Tissue therapy is a method of treatment with canned animal or plant tissue ( placenta , vitreous body of the eye, aloe leaves, etc.) or extracts from these tissues. In living tissues, before their death, special substances are formed - biogenic stimulants (see), which are preserved during conservation and extraction . With the introduction of their patient, they increase the body's resistance to infection, contribute to the resorption of inflammatory infiltrates and scars. Tissue therapy is often used for eye diseases (keratitis, corneal opacities after injuries, eye burns, a high degree of myopia, etc.), in the treatment of trophic ulcers , gastric ulcer, chronic diseases of the urinary organs, keloid scars. It is used to prevent skin lesions during radiation therapy.
Preparations for tissue therapy are manufactured by the pharmaceutical industry (aloe extract, peloid distillate , fibs , etc.); Canned fabrics for tissue therapy are prepared in hospitals. Tissue preparations are injected by grafting under the skin, injections, administered orally or externally, in the form of ointments, powders . Injection courses are carried out 3-4 times a year, 30-45 injections per course. Tissue therapy prescribed by a doctor.
Contraindications: acute liver disease, severe forms of hypertension , malignant tumors.