Principles of exposure to BRT during pregnancy, complicated extragenital pathology
AUTHORS : Zamaleeva R.S.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No. 2 of Kazan State Medical University; Head of the Department, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Fatkullin I.F. Kazan, Russia
YEAR : 2000 | Category : Educational
To increase the effectiveness of compensatory-protective reactions, contributing to an increase in the resistance of the fetus, in 235 pregnant women with extragenital diseases, for the first time in obstetric practice, adaptive bioresonance therapy (BRT) was applied using the IMEDIS-BRT apparatus (approved for use and serial production by the Commission on a new medical equipment of the Ministry of Health of Russia, 1994). The principles of BRT are as follows: any living cells of the body, due to the active energy-dependent operation of membrane ion pumps, create a potential difference on the surface and intracellular membrane structures.