Lymphatic Pump Treatment as an Adjunct to Antibiotics for Pneumonia in a Rat Model

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9 May 2015

Lymphatic Pump Treatment as an Adjunct to Antibiotics for Pneumonia in a Rat Model

Lymphatic pump treatment (LPT) is a technique used by osteopathic physicians as an adjunct to antibiotics for patients with respiratory tract infections, and previous studies have demonstrated that LPT reduces bacterial load in the lungs of rats with pneumonia. Currently, it is unknown whether LPT affects drug efficacy. The objective of this study was to determine whether the combination of antibiotics and LPT would reduce bacterial load in the lungs of rats with acute pneumonia … MORE

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