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Medical Lasers; Engineering, Basic Research, and Clinical Application

Hakami Abdulrahim R., Alasmari Sultan, Makkawi Mohammed, Mansour Adel Abo, Ahmad Irfan, Al Shahrani Mesfer, Alkhathami Ali, Dera Ayed A., Tedla Jaya Shanker, Almane Saleh, Abudahish Abdulaziz, AbuHadhyah Jawaher, Alshehri Majed, Mansour Hanan Abo, Saad Manar,
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 ( Hakami Abdulrahim R. ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Alasmari Sultan ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Makkawi Mohammed ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Mansour Adel Abo ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Ahmad Irfan ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Al Shahrani Mesfer ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Alkhathami Ali ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Dera Ayed A. ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
 ( Tedla Jaya Shanker ) - King Khalid University College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Medical Rehabilitation Sciences
 ( Almane Saleh ) - Asir Central Hospital Department of Pathology
 ( Abudahish Abdulaziz ) - Maternity and Children Hospital Department of Pathology
 ( AbuHadhyah Jawaher ) - Maternity and Children Hospital Department of Pathology
 ( Alshehri Majed ) - King Faisal Medical City Central Laboratories
 ( Mansour Hanan Abo ) - Armed Forces Hospital Southern Region Department of Pathology
 ( Saad Manar ) - Armed Forces Hospital Southern Region Department of Pathology

Abstract


Background and Objectives: This study aimed at examining the effects of photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) on glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, and low- and high-density lipoprotein (LDL and HDL, respectively) levels in vitro.

Materials and Methods: A total of 38 serum samples collected in plain (n=10) and heparinized tubes (n=28) were subjected to PBMT at 60 Joules (J)/cm2 for 2 min at 810 nm. The glucose and lipid profiles, cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL, and HDL of each sample was measured before and after PBMT.

Results: A statistically significant increase in glucose levels was observed in the PBMT-sera in 8 out of 10 samples in plain tubes. However, only two samples that were prepared in heparinized tubes showed an increase in glucose levels. The remaining heparinized samples that were exposed to PBMT presented lower glucose values. The treated sera exhibited a fluctuation in the lipid profiles after PBMT. However, high cholesterol levels were evident following PBMT. Similar trends with HDL and LDL in heparinized tubes were evident.

Conclusion: Together, the findings suggest that photobiomodulation exhibits an effect on glycemic and lipid profiles in vitro. Hence, the use of low-level laser therapy could have therapeutic potential. However, the differences between individual responses appear to indicate that the impact of PBMT may not always be beneficial.

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Cholesterol; Glucose; Laser therapy; Photo-biomodulation; Triglycerides

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