Urol Nefrol (Mosk). 1992 Jul-Dec; (4-6): 18-21.
[The laser therapy of cystalgia]
The paper yields the results of treating patients with cystalgias. The conventional therapeutic techniques are low effective. The duration of out- and in-patient care is great, 24 days. Laser therapy was performed in 62 patients with cystalgias, including 30 who received a combined therapy due to concurrent diseases. An AFL-1 helium-neon optical maser generation radiation at a wave of 632.8 mM and at an output power of 18-20 mW has been employed in the treatment of cystalgias in the past 5 years. The biologically active points for urinary diseases were exposed to the laser therapy. With intercurrent diseases, the respective biologically active points or an inflammatory organ alone were additionally irradiated. No intra- and postoperative side effects were found. Laser therapy proved to be highly efficient in treating cystalgias, halving the average bed-days per patient.