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23 March 2005 The effect of selective photosuppression of sensitized pathogenic microflora: Part I. Influence on pathogenic organisms causing pyoinflammatory processes in oral cavity
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The effectiveness of Bacteriotoxic light therapy (BTL) in many respects depends on the right choice of the photo sensitizer and used parameters of laser radiation. Experimental studies in vitro have revealed the presence of correlation dependence between the photo sensitizer Radachlorine, energy density, irradiation duration executed with low energy diode laser and the number of viable bacterial cells causing the development of inflammatory affection of oral cavity. BTL in parameters defined in the experiments develops bactericidal action on pathogenic microflora of oral cavity.
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Viktor I. Masychev M.D. and Olga N. Risovannaya M.D. "The effect of selective photosuppression of sensitized pathogenic microflora: Part I. Influence on pathogenic organisms causing pyoinflammatory processes in oral cavity", Proc. SPIE 5687, Lasers in Dentistry XI, (23 March 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.588988
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