Bioresonance therapy in the complex treatment of cystic fibrosis
AUTHORS : Kazantsev M.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Vladivostok, Russia
YEAR : 2020 | Category : Method of Treatment
Cystic fibrosis is a severe congenital disease manifested by tissue damage and impaired secretory activity of the exocrine glands, as well as functional disorders, primarily from the respiratory and digestive systems. Changes in cystic fibrosis affect the bronchopulmonary system, pancreas, liver, sweat, salivary glands, intestines. The disease is hereditary, with autosomal recessive inheritance.
Violations in the organs in cystic fibrosis occur already in the intrauterine phase of development and progressively increase with age. The earlier the cystic fibrosis manifests itself, the more severe the course of the disease, and the more serious its prognosis can be. Due to the chronic course of the pathological process, patients with cystic fibrosis need constant treatment and specialist supervision.