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Research Article

Intraperitoneal Oxygen/Ozone Treatment Decreases the Formation of Experimental Postsurgical Peritoneal Adhesions and the Levels/Activity of the Local Ubiquitin-Proteasome System

Table 1

Score assigned to rats 10 days after the induction of the procedure for the development of peritoneal postsurgical adhesions: 1, presence of few loose adhesions in a limited area of the peritoneum. 6, presence of dense adhesions and failure in access to the peritoneal cavity. The rats ( for each group) were treated with oxygen (vehicle control, 3 mL) and with oxygen/ozone mixture (3 mL, equivalent to 300  g/kg). The symbol + indicates the animals showing adhesion.

Adhesions scoreOxygen (3 mL)Oxygen/ozone
(3 mL; 300  g/kg)


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