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Chemiluminescence analysis of leukocytic functional activity in children with recurrent obstructive bronchitis and atopic dermatitis



Chemiluminescence analysis of leukocytic functional activity in children with recurrent obstructive bronchitis and atopic dermatitis



Patologicheskaya Fiziologiya i Eksperimental'naya Terapiya 0(2): 32-34



To study the informative value of chemiluminescence determination of leukocytic functional activity, children aged 3 to 6 years who had recurrent obstructive bronchitis (ROB) and atopic dermatitis (AD) were examined. The mean statistic data on spontaneous and induced chemiluminescence responses were found to be far from fully reflecting the individual characteristics of leukocytic functional activity in children with these diseases (in a group of patients with the same disease, children were found to have lower and higher values of cell chemiluminescence). This suggests that in developed infection, the functions of phagocytic cells may be not only activated, but also suppressed. Two cases of using the chemiluminescence technique during treatment of children with ROB and AD are given as an example.

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