Eguipment and technologies of low intensity millimeter therapy

Authors

  • A. F. Yanenko National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Politechnic Institute, Kiev
  • S. N. Peregudov National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Politechnic Institute, Kiev
  • I. V. Fedotova Center of Family Medicine "Adonis-О", Kyiv
  • O. D. Golovchanska National O.Bogomolets medical university, Kyiv

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20535/RADAP.2014.59.103-110

Keywords:

low intensity signals, millimeter therapy, quantum medicine, equipment

Abstract

Introduction. Mastering the millimeter range of wavelengths has led to apperence of different types devices and their usage in many fields of science and technology, including the practical medicine. As shown by numerous clinical studies, persistent therapeutic effect in the treatment of different diseases by electromagnetic noise signals observed even at levels of intensity 10-12-10 10 W / Hz/sm2 that is comparable to energy of individual quanta of mm-range of electromagnetic radiation. Thus this area of medicine is known as a quantum medicine, which is a practical realization of the fundamental direction of "Physics of the Alive" launched Ukrainian scientist Professor S. Sitko.
Main body. Leading technologies of Quantum Medicine are microwave resonance therapy and Sit’ko-microwave resonance therapy. Results of clinical studies have proven the feasibility of quantum medicine technologies using noise generators "Porig-3", "Porig-3M", "Porig-HT", developed with the participation of authors and monochromatic generators "Aria-SC" and "AMRT 02" – development of Kharkiv scientists. Devices can be used as individually and together, for example, in Sitko-medecine technology. Guidelines and approaches of MRT using for treatment of pathological processes virtually all organs and systems of the human body: endocrine, bronchopulmonary and cardiovascular, digestive, reproductive, urinary, support – skeletal system lesions of traumatic and other origin – are developed currently. It was established that the use of MRT improves the immune and cardiovascular systems, both directly and indirectly, through neurohumoral regulation and restoration of homeostasis of the organism.
Conclusions. Thus, quantum medicine that is based on the effects of low-intensity millimeter wave signals are promising direction of applied medicine with the appropriate hardware can be used to treat a wide range of diseases of the human body.

Author Biographies

A. F. Yanenko, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Politechnic Institute, Kiev

Yanenko О.Ph.

S. N. Peregudov, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Politechnic Institute, Kiev

Peregudov S.N. Center of Family Medicine "Adonis-О", Kyiv

I. V. Fedotova, Center of Family Medicine "Adonis-О", Kyiv

Fedotova I.V.

O. D. Golovchanska, National O.Bogomolets medical university, Kyiv

Golovchanska О.D.

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Яненко, О. П., Перегудов, С. М., Фєдотова, І. В. and Головчанська, О. Д. (2014) “Eguipment and technologies of low intensity millimeter therapy”, Visnyk NTUU KPI Seriia - Radiotekhnika Radioaparatobuduvannia, 0(59), pp. 103-110. doi: 10.20535/RADAP.2014.59.103-110.

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Radioelectronics Medical Technologies