Lugol


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Lu·gol

(lū-gol'),
Jean G.A., French physician, 1786-1851. See: Lugol iodine solution.
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Las muestras fueron analizadas por metodos coproparasitologicos usando solucion salina fisiologica al 0,85%, lugol, coloracion tricromica, sangre oculta y concentracion por Ritchie.
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25 mg to 180 mg elemental iodine in the form of Lugol solution with the most common intake of 90 mg, achieving success rate as high as 90%, compared to 90% destruction rate of the thyroid gland with radioiodide used currently by thyroidologists.
Las muestras se procesaron a traves de: examen directo con solucion salina fisiologica al 0,85% y coloracion temporal de lugol, coloracion tricromica y metodo de concentracion de Ritchie, y para el asilamiento de quistes, se uso el gradiente de sacarosa.
Using iodine alone in patients with hyperthyroidism, Thompson, et al, (27) reported in 1930, a success rate of 88% and Starr, et al, (28) in 1924, reported a success rate of 92% with Lugol solution at daily doses of 6-90 mg.
For consistency and uniformity, the same solid dosage form of Lugol is used in the loading test and for orthoiodosupplementation.
Staining was achieved with lugol fast blue overnight, differentiated in 70% alcohol, rinsed, and counterstained with cresyl echt violet for 5-7 minutes, cleared in xylene and mounted in permount.
2-4) Prior to World War II and the W-C publication, US physicians used Lugol solution safely, effectively and extensively in both hypo- and hyperthyroidism.
Gerson therapy also uses digestive enzymes, thyroid and Lugol solution (iodine plus potassium iodide), and potassium.
During the first half of the 20th century, almost every US physician used Lugol solution for iodine supplementation in his/her practice for both hypo- and hyperthyroidism, (1) and for many other medical conditions.