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Oral Proteolytic Enzyme References

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20. Billigmann VP. Enzyme therapy-an alternative in treatment of herpes zoster. A controlled study of 192 patients [translated from German]. Fortschr Med. 1995;113:43-48.

21. Kleine MW, Stauder GM, Beese EW. The intestinal absorption of orally administered hydrolytic enzymes and their effects in the treatment of acute herpes zoster as compared with those of oral acyclovir therapy. Phytomedicine. 1995;2:7-15.

22. Baumuller M. The application of hydrolytic enzymes in blunt wounds to the soft tissue and distortion of the ankle joint: a double-blind clinical trial [translated from German]. Allgemeinmedizin. 1990;19:178-182.

23. Zuschlag JM. Double-blind clinical study using certain proteolytic enzyme mixtures in karate fighters. Working paper. Mucos Pharma GmbH (Germany). 1988;1-5.

24. Rathgeber WF. The use of proteolytic enzymes (Chymoral) in sporting injuries. S Afr Med J. 1971;45:181-183.

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26. Shaw PC. The use of a trypsin-chymotrypsin formulation in fractures of the hand. Br J Clin Pract. 1969;23:25-26.

27. Kleine MW, Pabst H. The effect of an oral enzyme therapy on experimentally produced hematomas [translated from German]. Forum des Prakt und Allgemeinarztes. 1988;27:42, 45-46, 48.

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30. Seltzer AP. Minimizing post-operative edema and ecchymoses by the use of an oral enzyme preparation (bromelain): a controlled study of 53 rhinoplasty cases. Eye Ear Nose Throat Mon. 1962;41:813-817.

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37. Cameron IW. An investigation into some of the factors concerned in the surgical removal of the impacted lower wisdom tooth, including a double blind trial of chymoral. Br J Oral Surg. 1980;18:112-124.

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44. Singer F, Oberleitner H. Drug therapy of activated arthrosis. On the effectiveness of an enzyme mixture versus DiclofenacW [translated from German]. Wien Med Wochenschr . 1996;146:55-58.

45. Klein G, Kullich W. Reducing pain by oral enzyme therapy in rheumatic diseases [translated from German]. Wien Med Wochenschr . 1999;149:577-580.

46. Russell RM, Dutta SK, Oaks EV, et al. Impairment of folic acid absorption by oral pancreatic extracts. DigDis Sci. 1980;25:369-373.

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49. Hingorani K. Oral enzyme therapy in severe back pain. Br J Clin Pract 1968;22:209-10.

50. Gaspardy G, Balint G, Mitsuova M, et al. Treatment of sciatica due to intervertebral disc herniation with Chymoral tablets. Rheum Phys Med 1971;11:14-9.

51. Stevens JC, Maguiness KM, Hollingsworth J, et al. Pancreatic enzyme supplementation in cystic fibrosis patients before and after fibrosing colonopathy. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 1998;26:80-4.

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57. Clinical Experience with Systemic Enzyme Therapy in the Treatment of Herpes zoster, Pospíšilová A., Haklová L. II. dermato-venerology clinic, Faculty Hospital Brno-Bohunice Cesko-slovenská dermatologie, 1999, 74 (1), 17-20.

58. Possibility to Treat Herpes zoster Using Enzymes I. Mikazans Department of Dermatology, Medical Academy of Latvia, Riga, Latvia Australasian Journal of Dermatology 38 (2), 1997. Abstracts of the 19th World Congress of Dermatology, 15-20 June, 1997, Sydney, Australia

59. Introduction to Oral Enzyme Therapy and Its Use in Varicella zoster Treatment Kleine M.-W., Ertl D. Allergist, Egenhofenstrasse 18, 82152 Planegg/Munich, Germany Int J Tiss Reac XIX (1/2), 1997 - abstracts of 7th Interscience World Conference on Inflammation, Antirheumatics, Analgesics, Immunomodulators, May 19-21, Geneva, Switzerland

60. Hydrolytic Enzymes in the Treatment of HIV Infections H. Jäger. Allgemeinmedizin (1990) 19: 160-164 Kuratorium für Immunschwäche, München.

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62. Clinical use of Belosorb and Wobenzym in the Treatment of Viral Hepatitis B Nikolaev V.G., Matiasch V.I., Kononenko V.V. Kiev, Ukraine. Presented at the conference "Current approaches in infectology, epidemiology, and microbiology", Kiev, 1998.

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