Cuidado y aplicaciones externas para ascitis

Elke Kaschdailewitsch, Carola Riehm

Última actualización: 22.10.2021

  • Para activar la excreción:

Aplicación envolvente de los riñones con té de equisetum
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Aplicación envolvente de los riñones con jengibre
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  • Para aliviar la sensación de tensión:

Aplicaciones de ricota (queso blanco) en el abdomen
Envoltura del abdomen con esencia de Borago WALA (1:10)
Envoltura de abdomen con ricota y esencia de Borago WALA (1:10)
Fricciones rítmicas
Lavado y envoltura con limón
Aplicaciones de repollo blanco (calentado)
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Research news

Non-pharmacological interventions with good clinical evidence for chemotherapy-induced neuropathy
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is the most common side effect for oncology patients. Therefore, their interest in complementary non-pharmacological therapies is high. A current scoping review presents the clinical evidence of therapies used in this context. Relevent studies published between 2000 and 2021 were analyzed. The panel of authors identified 17 supportive interventions, which they included in their assessment. Most were phytotherapeutic interventions including external applications and cryotherapy, hydrotherapy, and tactile stimulation. More than two-thirds of the consented interventions were rated with moderate to high perceived clinical effectiveness in therapeutic use. Therefore, the experts endorse these complementary procedures for the supportive treatment of CIPN. The review is available at: