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The Use of Medical Apparatus of THz-Therapy “Ka Ve Tche-O2-Orbit” on 129.0 GHz on Molecular Spectrum of Radiation and Absorbation of Atmospheric Oxygen in Healthy Volunteers and in Patients with Involutional Macular Degeneration

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ABSTRACT

The study aims at the influence of THz radiation on 129.0 GHz of atmospheric oxygen on arterial pressure (A/P) and pulse, hemodynamic parameters of orbital arteries during the irradiation of biological active points of application in healthy volunteers and in patients with involutional macular degeneration (IMD). A decrease of systolic and diastolic components of arterial pressure and pulse, and a normalization of systolic velocity of bloodstream (CVB) and of resistance index (RI) in orbital arteries in patients with IMD are noticed. The results of the research are: 1) the method of THz influence on 129.0 GHz on molecular spectrum of radiation and absorbation of atmospheric oxygen is safe and doesnt cause any negative side effects on common state in healthy volunteers and in patients with IMD; 2) single influence of THz waves on 129.0 GHz on molecular spectrum of radiation and absorbation of atmospheric oxygen is caused to statistical important improvement in vascular system of eyeball.

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V. Kirichuk, L. Fedorischeva, K. Eremenko, A. Cypyaschuk, E. Ponukalina, A. Tsymbal, I. Smychlyaeva, O. Antipova, T. Velikanova, E. Olenko, L. Tokaeva and N. Babichenko, "The Use of Medical Apparatus of THz-Therapy “Ka Ve Tche-O2-Orbit” on 129.0 GHz on Molecular Spectrum of Radiation and Absorbation of Atmospheric Oxygen in Healthy Volunteers and in Patients with Involutional Macular Degeneration," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 12, 2013, pp. 415-419. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2013.512064.

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