Bioresonance therapy: case studies
AUTHORS : Musaev A.P.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Athens, Greece
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Case Study
1. Patient V., 12 years old. Diagnosis: vegetative-vascular dystonia. Complaints about frequent attacks of suffocation (sensation of a lump in the throat), accompanied by palpitations, pain in the heart, cold extremities. The patient is distinguished by a lack of appetite, restless sleep, a sense of anxiety and indifference to everything around. 7 sessions of bioresonance therapy (BRT) were performed.