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Application of electronic paramagnetic, nuclear magnetic, gamma-nuclear magnetic resonance, and defibrillation in experimental biology and medicine
Author(s): L. A. Piruzyan
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Paper Abstract

Nowadays an attention is paid to pathbreaking approaches to the therapy of different pathologies with EPR, NMR and NGR dialysis and mechanisms of physical factors influence in prophylactics and therapy of a number of diseases. Any pathology is evidently begins its development in atomic-molecular levels earlier then any morphologic alterations in tissues can be detected. We have studied the alterations of FR content in liver, spleen and brain in hypoxia and hyperoxia conditions. Under hypoxia and hyperoxia the FR concentrations are equal in all organs and tissues. However this ratio is different for some forms of leucosis. For different leucosis types gas mixtures the most adequate for the current pathology should be developed. Then we represent the method of biologic objects treatment with the energy of super-high frequency field (SIT) and the instrument for its performance. The study of magnetic heterogeneity of biologic systems proposes the new approach and a set of methods for medical and scientific purpose. Application of combined with chemotherapy extraction of anionic and cationic radicals from bloodstream using EPRD, NMRD and NGRD influence and also the single ions separate extraction using NGRD are able to detect and perhaps to cure their appearance in a period before neoformation. These studies should be carried out experimentally and clinically.

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Date Published: 7 December 2006
PDF: 17 pages
Proc. SPIE 5973, Current Research on Laser Use in Oncology: 2000-2004, 597310 (7 December 2006);
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L. A. Piruzyan, Ctr. of Theoretical Problems in Physico-chemical Pharmacology RAS (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5973:
Current Research on Laser Use in Oncology: 2000-2004
Andrei V. Ivanov; Mishik A. Kazaryan, Editor(s)

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