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[Angioprotectors in the treatment of rosacea].

Georgian Med News. 2014 Mar;(228):51-4

Authors: Tsiskarishvili N, Katsitadze A, Tsiskarishvili Ts, Tchitanava L, Tsiskarishvili N

Rosacea - a common chronic inflammatory dermatosis (3-10% of all dermatoses) primarily affecting the skin of face. Numerous methods for the treatment of rosacea are defined by the diversity of etiologic and pathogenic factors of dermatosis, its stage and clinical form. But a significant role in its development, most researchers relate to vascular disturbances. It is suggested that vascular changes in this disease are the product of two interrelated pathological processes: the disturbances in integrity and tone of the vascular wall and disorganization of perivascular connective tissue. The results of these processes are formation of a stable dilatation of skin blood vessels clinically manifested by erythema and telangiectasia. Based on foregoing, The aim of this study was evaluation of therapeutic efficacy of Rutin Forte in complex treatment and prevention of rosacea. 30 patients with an erythematous stage of rosacea were under observation (20 women and10 men) aged 25 to 50 years. The first group (15 patients) was treated by the standard procedure (Antibiotics, systemic metronidazole, antihistamines, traditional external therapy). Patients of the second group (15 people) additionally received a Rutin Forte containing long-acting vitamin C, zinc and selenium. The drug was administered at a dose of 2 capsule per day. Duration of treatment - 2 to 3 months. Observation period after treatment were 12 months. During this period we revealed a significant reduction of erythema, recurrence of disease in the second group of patients was not observed, but in the group of comparison recurrences were detected on 3rd month of follow up and the degree of erythema reduction was significantly less. Thus, the study revealed that Rutin Forte is an effective means for the treatment and prevention of the torpid relapsing forms of rosacea on erythematous stage of dermatosis.

PMID: 24743122 [PubMed - in process]

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24743122?dopt=Abstract = URL to article

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