CHELATORS,THEIR PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS

V. A. Tomchuk

tomchuk_viktor@ukr.net

National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine,
Heroyiv Oborony st., 11, 03041, Kyiv-41

The analysis of summarized data about the nature of the interaction of enterosorbents with functional elements of cells and the products of its metabolism. The system of notions about biology of enterosorbents which greatly expand the scope of this group of drugs in the practice of veterinary medicine is proposed. It is shown that, of particular interest to practice nutrition have data on the properties of somatotrophic effect of polymineral enterosorbents and that the administration of such drugs as feed additives to young cattle stimulates increase in body weight and improve of product quality. Thepeculiarities of used in veterinary practice enterosorbents natural drugs for prevention and treatment of dysbacteriosis of animals, as well as normalization of their microflora. The prospects of using highly porous activated carbons with spherical granules by changing the size of which can be altered kinetics of sorption and sorbent activity in different parts of the gastrointestinal tract are prooved. Some aspects of the interaction with the patient enterosorbents implemented by mechanical, physical and chemical processes that are accompanied by changes in both the enterosorbents and the biological environment are shown. It is assumed that in biological fluids sorbents can be subjected to partial dissolution, separating the body a number of bioelements participating in the exchange reactions of ions embedded in the structure of many enzymes, absorb and excrete toxic substances. It is concluded that the widespread use in recent years enterosorbents in biology, medicine, veterinary medicine leads to a detailed study of the molecular mechanisms of their preventive and therapeutic actions.

Keywords: ENTEROSORBENTI, GEL of ENTEROSORBENTI, POROUS ENTEROSORBENTI, OKISNENNYA LIPIDIV PEREKISNE, ENTEROSGEL, AEROSILS, POLISORB, PROFZHEKTEL, IMMUNE SYSTEM, TOXINS, DETOKSIKACIYNA ACTION

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