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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v68.i19.90
pages 1777-1784

RADIO TECHNOLOGY IN BIOMEDICAL INVESTIGATION
Methodology of Low-Intensity Fields Impact on Biological Objects

V. G. Kozlov
Center of Energy Information Systemic Studies "Zodiak", St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
O. P. Rezunkova
M. A. Bonch-Bruevich St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, St. Petersburg
N. N. Lavrenko
M. A. Bonch-Bruevich St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, St. Petersburg

SINOPSIS

Despite a rather rapid spreading of magnetic and electromagnetic therapy for treatment of diverse diseases, researchers basically use their own empirical experience in identifying mean intensities of curing magnetic and electromagnetic fields, places of their application and duration of the procedures. Most of the known methods do not include objective justification of treatment parameters based on individual features of the patient and seriousness of the disease. All these significantly reduce the efficacy of curing effect and lead to unjustified application of fields with significant intensities in experiments and, often, in clinical practices, which give low-quality and contradictory data. Such approach to magnetic and electromagnetic therapy can be explained by the absence of commonly adopted methods of low-intensity field impact on biological objects. This work is devoted to development of such methods.


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