Convenient methods for ingestion of molecular hydrogen: Drinking, injection, and inhalation

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Abstract

Molecular hydrogen (H2) is clinically administered; however, in some hospitals, H2 is given to patients without consideration of its safe use. In the present study, we prepared convenient and safe devices for the drinking of super-saturated H2 water, for intravenous drip infusion of H2-rich saline, and for the inhalation of H2 gas. In order to provide useful information for researchers using these devices, the changes in H2 concentration were studied. Our experimental results should contribute to the advance of non-clinical and clinical research in H2 medicine.

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Kurokawa, R., Seo, T., Sato, B., Hirano, S. I., & Sato, F. (2015). Convenient methods for ingestion of molecular hydrogen: Drinking, injection, and inhalation. Medical Gas Research, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13618-015-0034-2

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