New Study in The Prostate August 2014 - Magcell® Vetri
Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapyon Prostate Volume and Vascularity in theTreatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: A Pilot Study in a Canine Mode Authors: Raffaella Leoci, 1* Giulio Aiudi,1 Fabio Silvestre, 1 Elaine Lissner, 2 and Giovanni Michele Lacalandra 1 - Department of Emergency and Organ Transplantation (DETO), Section of Veterinary Clinic and Animal Production, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Valenzano, Bari,Italy 2, Parsemus Foundation, Berkeley, California
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a result of urogenital aging. Recent studies suggest that an age-related impairment of the blood supply to the lower urinary tract plays a role in the development of BPH and thus may be a contributing factor in the pathogenesis of BPH. The canine prostate is a model for understanding abnormal growth of the human prostate gland. We studied the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) in dogs to modify prostate blood flow and evaluated its effect on BPH.
PEMF (5min, twice a day for 3 weeks) was performed on 20 dogs affected by BPH. Prostatic volume, Doppler assessment by ultrasonography, libido, semen quality, testosterone levels, and seminal plasma volume, composition and pH were evaluated before and after treatment.
The 3 weeks of PEMF produced a significant reduction in prostatic volume (average 57%) without any interference with semen quality, testosterone levels or libido. Doppler parameters showed a reduction of peripheral resistances and a progressive reduction throughout the trial of the systolic peak velocity, end-diastolic velocity, mean velocity, mean, and peak gradient of the blood flow in the dorsal branch of the prostatic artery. The pulsatility index and the resistance index did not vary significantly over time.
The efficacy of PEMF on BPH in dogs, with no side effects, suggests the suitability of this treatment in humans and supports the hypothesis that impairment of blood supply to the lower urinary tract may be a causative factor in the development of BPH.
Prostate 74:1132–1141, 2014.
Permission received by Dr. Raffaella Leoci on 25.9.14 to show abstract of study on PhysioPod™ UK Ltd website
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The study was published in 'The Prostate' which is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to original studies of this organ and the male accessory glands. It serves as an international medium for these studies, presenting comprehensive coverage of clinical, anatomic, embryologic, physiologic, endocrinologic, and biochemical studies.
Magcell Vetri was used in study for canine.
Conclusion: The efficacy of PEMF on BPH in dogs, with no side effects, suggests the suitability of this treatment in humans and supports the hypothesis that impairment of blood supply to the lower urinary tract may be a causative factor in the development of BPH.