Marta Kolishetska


The aim of this work was to find out the specifics of changes in endogenous intoxication, middle mass molecules (MMM) and erythrocyte intoxication index (EII) in the blood of animals for experimental asthma in different periods of its development and to correct them by thiotriazolin.

Material and methods. Researches were carried out on 72 guinea-pigs (males), which were divided into 6 groups for 12 animals in each of them.  The last sixth group included animals that were treated by thiotriazolin. The drug thiotriazolin rate of 100 mg / kg intramuscularly since 23rd day of the experiment for 10 days was administered in the animals of sixth group.  

Experimental model of bronchial asthma was restored on guinea-pigs by the V.I. Babych method (1979). In all groups of animals there were determined the middle mass molecules concentration in blood in the wave of 254 nm by I.A.Volchehorskiy, D.A.Dyatlova, E.I. Lvovska and others methods and EII by V.K. Kazymyrko V.I. Maltsev methods. Numerical results were adapted with static method using Student’s criteria.

Results of the research. The highest level of endogenous intoxication in the blood was in the fifth group of guinea pigs with asthma (33rd day), indicating the direct dependence of the antigenic effect on their severity. Using of the thiotriazolin within 10 days (from 23rd to 33rd day) caused the decrease of the MMM254 concentration and EII in serum compared with a group of guinea pigs, that were not entered the medicine. It approved its treating effect.

Conclusions. So, the research of middle mass molecules and erythrocyte intoxication index indicators in different periods of experimental asthma showed their gradual increase in serum of guinea pigs with the greatest severity in 33rd day of the experiment. It might indicate the development of endogenous intoxication animals. But the using of thiotriazolin caused the decreasing of these indicators. That gives a reason to state its positive effect on some markers of endogenous intoxication and feasibility of further researches.


bronchial asthma; endogenous intoxication; middle mass molecules; erythrocyte intoxication index; thiotriasolin

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