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Effects on urinary tract: pyelonephritis, kidneys and urinary stones

● Chronic pyelonephritis
- Quick elimination of the symptoms (pain and unpleasant sensations during urination, frequent urination, etc.).
- Decrease in the duration of antibacterial therapy and the achievement of positive results using mono-therapy (e.g., use of a single antibiotic medication).
- In case of chronic states of the disease, the CP growth gradually increases parameters of the immunity.
- Prevention of development of acute complications due to chronic pyelonephritis, and, in future, complete recovery.
- Prevention of more severe forms of pyelonephritis (obstructive urinary pathologies, i.e., urinary stones, polycystic kidney disease, urinary tract reflux, benign prostatic hyperplasia, etc.) and structural changes in the kidneys and urinary tract, as a result of diabetes mellitus, neutropenia, kidney disease, polyarthritis, and other severe conditions.
- Regression of the obstructive effects, pH normalization, prevention of appearance of new stones, and dissolution of old stones and their elimination.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

● Kidney and urinary stones
- Quick elimination of the symptoms (pain, unpleasant sensations due to presence of stones in the urinary tract).
- With the increased CP, gradual normalization of the urinary pH, ability to hold more urine without any symptoms, and disappearance of symptoms of the disease
- Prevention of shock wave therapy, surgery, and medication.
- Prevention of complications.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

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