Therapeutic effect of chlorophyll-a in the treatment of patients with chronic pancreatitis
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34 cases were treated with chlorophyll-a infusion and fairly favorable effect was obtained in 23 cases and some favorable effect, in 9 cases.
The most disgusting symptom of pancreatitis, the abdominal pain disappeared in a week or so with infusion of 5–20 mg of chlorophyll-a per day for 1–2 weeks, in all the effective cases.
Patients have become well controlled by intermittent administration of chlorophyll-a, even when they had recurrences.
5 cases which had difficulty in the treatment by trasylol, were also successfully treated with chlorophyll-a.
In all the cases treated with chlorophyll-a, no unfavorable side-effect, such as of allergic, or photosensitive, or hepatotoxic nature, was hitherto observed.
Key Wordspancreatitis chlorophyll-a protease inhibitor
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