Comprehensive analysis of therapeutic effect nucleo cmp forte for injuries inferior alveolar nerve


  • Руслан Леонідович Фурман Vinnitsa National Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov Pirogov street, 56, Vinnitsa, Ukraine, 21018, Ukraine



mandibular fractures, inferior alveolar nerve, Nucleo CMP, pain, electrometric test


The aim of our study became a comparative description of main indicators of pain syndrome in patients with mandibular fractures, accompanied by damage of inferior alveolar nerve using conventional treatment scheme, supplemented by application of Nucleo CMP forte.

Materials and methods. In order to achieve the indicated objective, we have performed a surgical interference and further post-surgical treatment of 60 patients with angular mandibular fractures, accompanied by clinical picture of damaging inferior alveolar nerve alveolar nerve.

Results. The use of Nucleo CMP forte completely eliminates unpleasant subjective symptoms such as burning sensation, allodynia (distorted pain), sensation of tingling, cramp (twitching). There was a slight positive dynamics in the complaints of the patients on disesthesive symptoms in the region of the mandible in the comparison group. In the main group disesthesive symptoms at the end of the observation period were missing, and objective symptoms of inferior alveolar nerve dysfunction had a significant regression. In the main group after treatment a significant positive trend for improving the conduction of the inferior alveolar nerve revealed.

Conclusions. Thus, after analyzing the dynamics of complaints and objective data for mandibular fractures in the area of the angle, which is accompanied by damage of the inferior alveolar nerve, it was found that using of Nucleo CMP forte accelerates regression of pain syndrome in the course of treatment. This drug considerably reduces the intensity of manifestations of all kinds of neuropathy connected with inferior alveolar nerve damage

Author Biography

Руслан Леонідович Фурман, Vinnitsa National Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov Pirogov street, 56, Vinnitsa, Ukraine, 21018


Department of Surgical Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery.


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