Study of the effect of adaptive bioresonance therapy on cellular and humoral immunity of patients with atopic bronchial asthma
AUTHORS : Balatskaya N.V. | Semenova L.G. | Shkrob L.O.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Moscow Homeopathic Center, Moscow, Russia
In 7 patients with atopic form of bronchial asthma in the stage of drug remission (2 men, 5 women, mean age 31.66 1.3 years) by the method of controlled treatment, the effect of adaptive bioresonance therapy (BRT) on the parameters of cellular and humoral immunity was studied . Evaluation of cellular immunity was carried out by the method of rosette formation with sheep erythrocytes . The number of total T lymphocytes (T-lf), active T-lf (aT-lf), theophylline-resistant (enriched with subpopulations of Tx helpers) and theophylline-sensitive (enriched with subpopulations of Tc suppressors) lymphocytes .