Effect of pulsating local negative pressure with oxygen on bioelectrical activity of the uterus in pregnant albino rats with intrauterine streptococcal infection

  • V. V. Korzhova
  • A. V. Korobkov
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology


Bloodborne intrauterine streptococcal infection of albino rats during pregnancy (implantation, placentation) leads to disturbances of uterine bioelectrical activity which are restored to normal by treatment with pulsating local negative pressure together with periodic administration of oxygen.

Key Words

streptococcal infection uterine bioelectrical activity pulsating local negative pressure 


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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1978

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  • V. V. Korzhova
  • A. V. Korobkov

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