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Hirudotherapy for cardiovascular diseases

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Leeches are successfully used to treat cardiovascular problems and diseases. Some schemes for such therapy are:  For angina  Leeches improve the symptoms of angina and improve the overall health of the patient, suffering from it. Leeches help redistribution of blood throughout the body, improves the blood circulation, dilutes the blood, which all improves the oxygen and nutrient distribution to the heart muscles. The therapy also alleviates pain and reduces inflammation. For the treatment of angina there are a couple of standard points, on which the leeches are placed. On the zone of the liver, a centimeter over the arch rib,...

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Leech Definition

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The term 'leech' comes from the archaic word for 'healer, physician'. It came from the archaic forms in different languages, which all mean enchanter, healer, physician, counselor'. Leeches are any carnivorous or bloodsucking water or terrestrial worms of the class Hirudea. Leeching refers to placing leeches on the skin, in order to release blood, although the old term of the word literally means 'to cure'. Leeches have been used for as long as human history has been recorded. Records of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, the Mayans and the Aztecs all show the use of medicinal leeches for curing different medical...

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Infertility and Conglutination

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Infertility and Conglutination

For gynecological diseases, the leeches are placed on the skin, as well as within the vaginal canal. The leeches are placed on the left and right wall of the vagina. Since it is well supplied with blood, the anti-inflammatory substances of the leech saliva easily reach the uterus and the ovaries. This also normalizes the hormonal balance, which in turn rejuvenates the organism and heals diseases which occur on the background of hormonal irregularities. Such diseases can be some types of cervicalgia, bronchial asthma, hypertonia, etc. Leeches are perfect when tackling chronic inflammations of the uterus and the female reproductive...

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Large Leech Species vs Small Medical Leeches

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Large Leech Species vs Small Medical Leeches

How Much Blood Do Bloodsucking Medical Leaches Suck?  hi guys and here we are back again for another video about leeches. My name is Tsetsi. I welcome you  in my channel from sunny London. And I am here to talk to you today about the different sizes of leeches. I get many many questions and Leeches.com also get questions about small leeches, large leeches and what they all about. And So I am here to show you and to show you and to the differences mainly and to talk you about the different functions of the different sizes of leeches....

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Hirudotherapy Materials Necessary for Leech Therapy

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Hirudotherapy Materials Necessary for Leech Therapy

Leeches are used only once. Normally, after the session, they are placed in a 10 percent chloramine solution, and once they dissolve, the liquid is disposed into the toilet. The leeches are held in glass jars. The water in the jars must be replaced twice weekly with spring water.The medical room where hirudotherapy is practiced should be equipped with the following materials: Medicinal tools: First aid medication Drugs and pads Absorbent cotton Cotton gauze 10 cm Plaster / Band-aid Alcohol (96%) Saline solution Glucose solution (5%) Hydrogen peroxide, chloramine (10%) Disposable syringes Needles Mattress protector Bandage 10 cm Sheet Blanket Disposable...

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