Application of the method of bioresonance therapy for the treatment of intestinal dysbiosis
AUTHORS : Markin Yu.V. | Shustrova N.M. | Snegireva A.E.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : IRFI RAEN, NIIEM them. Gamaleya RAMS, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Type of application
The basis of modern methods of treatment of intestinal dysbiosis is bacteriotherapy, sometimes accompanied by a violation of the body’s immune system and allergization to the ingestion of a large number of genetically foreign microorganisms. The aim of this work was to assess the possibilities of using bioresonance therapy (BRT) for the treatment of intestinal dysbiosis.
The study included 63 patients with varying degrees of dysbiosis, aged from 9 to 70 years. The leading complaints were poor health, abdominal discomfort, irregular bowel movements, and skin pustular eruptions. Investigations of the microflora of feces were carried out by the traditional bacteriological method of 10- fold serial dilutions. We used nutrient media from Serva, HiMedia, bio Merieux – Endo, agar for Shigella, Salmonella, cetrimide, yolk-salt, enterococcal, Candida agar, MRS medium, blood agar supplemented with 5% sheep or horse blood, and anaerobic isolation medium.