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Tumor typesSquamous cell carcinomaMammary adenocarcinomaAdenocarcinomaFibrosarcomaSchwannoma
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TitleElectrochemotherapy with
intravenous bleomycin injection:
an observational study in
superficial squamous cell
carcinoma in cats
Electrochemotheapy:
potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin
in dogs and cats
Tumeur palpébrale récidivante:
traitement par électrochimiothérapie
Electrochemotherapy in non-satisfactory
responding tumors in
vet patients:
combined administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy in non-satisfactory
responding tumors in
vet patients:
combined administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
AuthorTozon et alTozon et al.LanoreMaglietti et alMaglietti et al
Electrical protocol (devices)8 pulses – 1300V/cm
– 100microsec – 5000 Hz
(Cliniporator IGEA)
Square wave pulses –
100microsec – 1300 V/cm
(Jouan GHT 1287)
8 pulses –
100microsec – 1300 V/cm
(ELECTROvet S13)
8 pulses –
100microsec – 1000 V/cm
(BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses –
100microsec – 1000 V/cm
(BTX ECM 830)
Cases111 (7 years old)111
Observation time2 months to 3 years6 months2 months//
Results87.5%
objective response
Complete responseComplete remissionComplete responseComplete response
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPBLMCDDPCDDPBLMBLM
Intratumoral IT /
Intravenous IV
IVITITITIT
Session number12322

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Tumor typesMast cell tumorPerianal tumorPerianal tumorMast cell tumorMammary adenocarcinoma
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TitleElectrochemotherapy Compared
to Surgery for Treatment
of Canine Mast Cell
Tumours
Effective Treatment of
Perianal Tumors in Dogs
with Electrochemotherapy
Electrochemotherapy
is highly effective for
the treatment of canine
perianal hepatoid adenoma
and epithelioma
Electrochemotherapy:
Potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin in
dogs and cats
Electrochemotherapy:
Potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin in
dogs and cats
AuthorKodre et alTozon et alTozon et alTozon et alTozon et al
Electrical protocol (devices)8 pulses – 100microsec
– 1300V/cm (Jouan)
or 1000V/cm (IGEA)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan)
or 1000V/cm (IGEA)
Square wave pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan GHT 1287)
Square wave pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan GHT 1287)
Cases2512211 (4 years old)1 (8 years old)
Observation timeOver 3 yearsOver 2 yearsOver 1 years14 months7 months
Results62.5% complete response
(comparison wtih surgery)
92% objective response94% objective responseComplete responsePartial response, volume reduction of 43.6%
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPCDDPBLM or CDDPBLM or CDDPCDDPCDDP
Intratumoral IT /
Intravenous IV
ITITITITIT
Session number1 to 41 to 316
Tumor typesHaemangiomaHaemangiosarcomaNeurofibromaMastocitomaSquamous cell carcinoma
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TitleElectrochemotherapy:
Potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin in
dogs and cats
Electrochemotherapy:
Potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin in
dogs and cats
Electrochemotherapy:
Potentiation of local antitumour
effectiveness of cisplatin in
dogs and cats
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
AuthorTozon et alTozon et alTozon et alMaglietti et alMaglietti et al
Electrical protocol (devices)Square wave pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan GHT 1287)
Square wave pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan GHT 1287)
Square wave pulses – 100microsec –
1300V/cm (Jouan GHT 1287)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
Cases1 (6 years old)1 (10 years old)1 (9 years old)11
Observation time9 months7 months3 months
ResultsComplete responsePartial response, volume reduction of 76.92%Complete responseComplete responsePartial response
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPCDDPCDDPCDDPBLMBLM
Intratumoral IT /
Intravenous IV
ITITITITIT
Session number22
Tumor typesSquamous cell carcinomaSolid differentiated carcinomaSchwannomaFibrosarcomaSquamous cell carcinoma
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TitleElectrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
Electrochemotherapy
in non-satisfactory responding tumors
in vet patients: combined
administration of bleomycin,
systemic and local
AuthorMaglietti et alMaglietti et alMaglietti et alMaglietti et alMaglietti et al
Electrical protocol (devices)8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
8 pulses – 100microsec –
1000V/cm (BTX ECM 830)
Cases11111
ResultsComplete responseStable diseasePartial responseComplete responsePartial response
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPBLMBLMBLMBLMBLM
Intratumoral IT /
Intravenous IV
ITITITITIT
Session number22222

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HORSE
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Tumor typesSarcoidSarcoidSarcoidFibrosarcoma
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TitleSuccessful treatment of equine sarcoids
with cisplatin electrochemotherapy:
a retrospective study of 48 cases
Cutaneous tumor treatment by electrochemotherapy:
preliminary clinical results
in horse sarcoids
Electrochemotherapy as a single or adjuvant treatment
to surgery of
cutaneous sarcoid tumours in horses:
a 31-case retrospective study
Electrochemotherapy with intra-tumoral cisplatin for the treatment
of fibrosarcoma in
a horse
AuthorTamzali et alTamzali et alTozon et alBharathidasan et al
Electrical protocol (devices)8 pulses –
100 microsec – 1,300 V/cm
(ELECTROvet S13)
8 pulses –
100 microsec – 1,300 V/cm
(PS13 Jouan Electropulsator)
8 pulses –
100 microsec – 1,000 V/cm
(Jouan GHT 1287 or Cliniporator)
Square wave pulses –
100 microsec – 1,300 V/cm
(ELECTROvet S13)
Cases483311 (2 years old)
Observation time4 years2 years8-62 months4 weeks
Results97.9% complete responseComplete response92.3% complete responseComplete response
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPCDDPCDDPCDDPCDDP
Intratumoral IT/
Intravenous IV
ITITITIT
Session number1 to 71 to 31 to 41

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Tumor typesFibropapillomas
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TitleElectrochemotherapy treatment of Chelonia Mydas
AuthorBrunner et al.
Electrical protocol (devices)1000V/cm
(Vetpulser BK 100)
Cases2
Observation time1 year
ResultsComplete remission
Bleomycin BLM / Cisplatin CDDPBLM
Intratumoral IT /
Intravenous IV
IT
Session number2

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