Optimization of exogenous bioresonance therapy by controlling the effective intensity of exposure for patients with postoperative pain syndrome
AUTHORS : Orlov Yu.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : 1602 District Military Clinical Hospital, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Method of treatment
One of the significant advantages of the vegetative resonance test, implemented on the equipment of the IMEDIS Center, is the possibility of using it for constant monitoring of the effectiveness of the course of treatment and, if necessary, correction of exposure parameters. In this way, these procedures compare favorably with traditional physiotherapy, in which the regimes, as a rule, do not change.
The aim of the study was to determine the feasibility of correcting the intensity of exposure during exogenous bioresonance therapy in patients with postoperative pain syndrome. Under our supervision, there were 20 servicemen in the main group after surgical interventions. All underwent exogenous bioresonance therapy with fixed frequencies through superimposed devices for magnetic therapy, an inductor, “loop” or “belt” (depending on the localization of the painful zone).