The use of bioresonance therapy for the treatment of opium withdrawal syndrome
AUTHORS : Tsukarzi E.E. | Bravo O.S. | Moschevitin S.Yu. | Fonin A.E. | Zhelezov E.G. | Vyatkina V.A. | Nizhnichenko T.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : clinic “Medinar”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1997 | Category : Type of application
Currently used methods of relieving opium withdrawal syndrome (OSA) – psychopharmacotherapy, pyrroxan, clonidine, atropinomatous therapy, combinations of anticholinergic and curariform drugs, opium agonists and antagonists, hemosorption, plasmapheresis, infusion therapy are not devoid of certain disadvantages . Among these disadvantages: a wide range of contraindications; high risk of complications and side effects, up to and including death; the risk of drug dependence formation; persistence of painful subjective feelings of abstinence experienced by patients and the difficulty of caring for them . The foregoing dictates the need to develop new and, above all, non-drug methods of OSA therapy .