Treatment of serious bacterial, fungal, viral, and protozoal infections using new bio-electric technologies
In the early half of the 20th Century a few events took place that changed the course of medical diagnosis and treatment. Two of these main events were the advent of vaccination and the discovery of antibiotics. These changed the fundamental approach of the medical profession to one that has been basically biochemical in nature while essentially ignoring the fact that all life is dependent on electromotive signals.
A sad result of this is that certain disciplines have been relatively ignored and are just now returning to the forefront of medicine. Some of these disciplines have moved into the realm of diagnostic and analytic equipment quite rapidly. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Electro-Myelography, Electro-Cardiography, CT-scans, Ultra-sound, and other technologies rely on measuring physical phenomena associated with the living body. Unfortunately, there are many applications in which the use of electro-magnetic fields is ignored in the treatment of illnesses.
Electrical signals are used in pacemakers to regulate the rate and synchronization of cardiac function. Neuro-Muscular stimulation is used to control pain and to exercise muscles that are not functional due to nerve damage. Thermal energy is applied to skin lesions to kill leishmaniasis parasites. Neural and bone regeneration is now accelerated by the use of electrical stimulation. And now, viral, fungal, bacterial, and protozoal infections are being quickly reduced using electro-magnetic signals at resonant frequencies.
This new expanding field of bio-electric treatment of infectious illness may soon be opening many new doors and significantly reducing mortality rates. The treatment is easy to apply, takes effect immediately, and can be used along with conventional therapies, augmenting their application.
In the treatment of serious bacterial infections such as in sepsis, pneumonia, MRSA ( Methicilln Resistant Staphyloccus Aureus ), and bacterial meningitis where immediate results are critical, the application of these technologies can bring about the reduction of bacterial density in less than one hour to a few hours. When compared to antibiotics that can take 12 hours or longer to achieve significant population reductions, this is impressive.
Antibiotics can have side effects and are interfered with by other medications that may be present. Their action is also necessarily slow as antibiotics often do not actually kill but instead only arrest growth and/or reproduction of the offending organisms. Bio-electric resonance therapy has the advantage of immediately killing a reasonable portion of the offending organisms without causing harm to the host. When use is indicated, side effects are minimal and no long term problems are recorded.
The use of bio-electric resonance treatment may also be of tremendous value in the treatment of cases where antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria have taken hold. The reduction of bacterial population densities can be sufficient to allow the bodies defenses to handle the balance.
An even better application of the technology is in combination with antibiotics where using bio-electric resonance kills a number of the offending organisms initially and antibiotics hold the remainder in check. Additional applications of bio-electric resonance can also provide additional reductions in population densities when necessary such as in critical cases of sepsis.
In regards to the use of bio-electric resonance in the treatment of viral infections, recent studies have shown that this device is highly effective in stopping influenza and has effectively reduced viral loads in HIV positive individuals. It has also been effective in reducing secondary infections in HIV positive individuals as well as those with AIDS.
Additionally, recent research has been published showing the effectiveness of this technology in the destruction of certain cancer cells. The latest of these Bioelectrics could lead to a cure for cancer was published in the Oct. 2004 issue of 'Technology Horizons' which is produced by the Air Force Research Laboratory. Even more recently published results from the use of frequencies against cancer was reported in Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research 2009, 28:51doi:10.1186/1756-9966-28-51 and can be found at http://www.jeccr.com/content/28/1/51.
This latest technology, while it has been around for several years see Body Electric by Robert O. Becker M.D. and Gary Selden ( 1985 ), is relatively unknown. One reason is that early versions known as the medical electric battery lacked accuracy and were often otherwise inefficient. Another reason for this is a lack of FDA trials due to certain obstacles ( mostly financial ). Unfortunately, FDA evaluation is very expensive, costing into the millions of dollars. This is fine for a pharmaceutical company which can patent its product. Certain products can not be patented, however, this does not make them any less effective. This is especially true of the specific frequencies of various micro-organisms that have been known since the 1930's and were published by Royal Raymond Rife.
It is not reasonable to expect a company to spend millions of dollars on FDA trials on a product that it can not get a patent for and that any competitor can make. For this reason, these new bio-electric devices have not been presented to the FDA for approval.
These devices are available for research studies and whenever used an informed consent form is required.
It is normally in case of extreme medical emergency that the use of these devices should be considered. Life threatening bacterial infections is one of these cases where the use of bio-electric resonance can immediately save lives.
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Warning!Do not use any bio-electric resonance type product if you are wearing a pacemaker, automatic defibrulator, or if you are pregnant.
Warning!Do not use any bio-electric resonance device when it is connected to a wall transformer, battery charger, or wall adapter, unless the adapter is rated for medical patient usage. This could cause electrocution.
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Important:It has been advised not to use any bio-electric resonance device if the user has had surgical prosthesis of metallic material installed, particularly stainless steel. This is because of the possibility of metal ions leaching from the prosthesis.
Warning!Do not use any bio-electric resonance device when being treated with strong and long-term anticoagulant therapy, except under the direction of a licensed physician. Electrical currents produced may reduce coagulation by a small factor.
Warning!Epileptics and others with similar conditions should consult with their physician before using the use any bio-electric resonance device or similar electronic stimulus.
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