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“Kyzyl may”polyherbal oil application to treat various complications.

Sh.I. Iskakbaev, V.V. Bryushkov, M. A. Abdikasov, K. A. Mazhibaev
Department of Urology(Head – Associate Professor. Sh.I. Iskakbaev) Kazakh Physicians’ Continuing Education Institute

In the early and late postoperative period patients predominantly experience a chronic infection promotion in the form of cystitis, lacquer units and wound abscess after prostatectomy. Thus, support literature references to 64.3% – 76.4% of patients developing the bladder inflammation following operation. Beside surgical trauma the reasons for this include the earlier undetected concomitant prostatitis and adenomita and inadequate treatment of urinary tract infections in patients with BPH.

The above complications require antibiotic treatment (according to angiogram) combined with topical treatment of the bladder. It involves vesicoclysis antiseptic solution followed of colloidal silver instillation (a 3% of a colloid silver solution etc.), having antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Carry out oil solution instillation, using cod liver oil or buckthorn oil, as well as emulsions of chemotherapeutic agents (synthomicin emulsion etc) to treat advanced forms of cystitis.

In recent years we utilized “Kyzyl may” St.-John’s-wort-polyherbal oil to treat 77 patients with postoperative cystitis and festering wounds in Kazakh Physicians’ Continuing Education Institute urology clinic. 57 patients were treated from cystitis after prostatectomy and 20 patients – from festering wounds. St.-John’s-wort-polyherbal oil contains: oil extract of flowers and fruits of St. John’s wort, buckthorn, wild rose, calendula, nettle and others. The patients with cystitis were treated with installation of 10-15 ml of warm “Kyzyl may” oil solution after bladder washing transurethral or transvesical via suprapubic drainage. The applied oil stayed in the bladder for 45 minutes and then was excreted. It took 10 days for the whole cycle to take place. At the same time patients reported less pain during urinating after 5-6 manipulations, with urinary frequency slowing.

We used polyherbal oil to topically treat 20 patients with festering wounds after prostatectomy. For this purpose, oily drain sponges were applied during dressing on the medicated wound surface, changed every other day. The application of “Kyzyl may” helped to stimulate regeneration of the epidermis, strengthened granulation processes, thus contributed to shortening the healing process for 7-10 days, compared with the group of patients who didn`t undergo polyherbal oil application for festering wounds treatment.

Thus, all of the above allows us to recommend the drug for use in urological hospitals in the treatment of cystitis and festering wounds in patients after prostatectomy.

Therefore we strongly recommend «Kyzyl may» polyherbal oil as means of treatment for patients with cystitis festering wounds in patients after prostatectomy.