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Volume 7
Issue 2
Online publication date 2012-06-21
Title Phytotherapy of calcium urolithiasis with extracts of medicinal plants: Changes of diuresis, urine pH and crystalluria
Author Asilbek Gaybullaev, Saidakhror Kariev
At present the phyto-preparations is still widely used in the clinical practice. The simple extracts (infusions) from medicinal plants which have diuretic effect seem to be the most available for preparation and usage. Unfortunately, both physicians and patients consider that the extracts may be prescribed for a long time without limitation. Most of them are used only with purpose to increase diuresis. Meanwhile they have ability to change other urine parameters. We performed study of effect of the extracts from medicinal plants of the region on the diuresis and urine pH. Degree of crystalluria was determined as the criteria for evaluation of the activity of the process of stone formation. The results of investigations showed that the extracts from medicinal plants besides diuretic effect can in some cases reliably change urine pH and crystalluria degree.  
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Keywords Calcium urolithiasis, extract of medical plants, phytotherapy of urolithiasis, urinary risk factors, diuresis, crystalluria, urinary pH
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