peloid


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peloid

(ˈpiːlɔɪd)
n
(Complementary Medicine) mud used therapeutically
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For the preparation of a peloid is important to take into account the thermophysical properties (density and specific heat).
It has been recognized, in what health promotion, prevention, therapy, rehabilitation and skin care is concerned, that water, mud and peloid are commonly applied for healing purposes.
Finally, viscoelastic elongation ratio (Uv/Ue), skin fatigue, TEWL and dermal density are not modified by peloid maturation.
The ooids are concentric and intraclasts shows in corporation of ooids and peloid (Plate 2f, 2g and 2h).
Non-conventional therapies using natural factors (as mineral salted water and peloid /sapropelic mud from Techirghiol Lake) are used on empiric basis from ancient times and have unchallenged benefits in rheumatic pathology, but the intimate biological mechanisms of action are yet not known.
The objective of this study was to present chondrogenic effect of the sulphuric peloid from Banja Koviljaca in remodeling of the femoral head in children with M.Perthes in during the 22 years time period of observation.
Keywords: Peloid, Saline Mud, Transformation, Geochemistry, Secovlje Salina
Keywords: Psoriasis, Peloid, Pelotherapy, Mineral Water
Keywords: Mud Therapy, Dax Peloid, Specific Heat, Density, Thermal Conductivity
Keywords: Fucus Vesiculosus, Bentonite, Peloid, Thermophysical Properties