inflammation

Low frequency and low intensity pulsed electromagnetic field exerts its anti-inflammatory effect through restoration of plasma membrane calcium ATPase activity

Abstract Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disorder affecting 1% of the population worldwide. Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) has a number of well-documented physiological effects on cells and tissues including anti-inflammatory effect. This study aims to explore the anti-inflammatory effect of PEMF and its possible mechanism of action in amelioration of adjuvant induced arthritis …

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Designed electromagnetic pulsed therapy: clinical applications

Abstract First reduced to science by Maxwell in 1865, electromagnetic technology as therapy received little interest from basic scientists or clinicians until the 1980s. It now promises applications that include mitigation of inflammation (electrochemistry) and stimulation of classes of genes following onset of illness and injury (electrogenomics). The use of electromagnetism to stop inflammation and restore tissue …

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Experiments showing that electromagnetic fields can be used to treat inflammatory diseases

Abstract While it is well known that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) can induce repair of non-healing bone fractures, EMF therapy remains confined to orthopedic clinics mainly because the biological and physical mechanisms underlying the therapy are unknown. However, it is generally believed that non-invasive, EMF therapy might have a broad, albeit currently unrecognized clinical potential. In …

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Noninvasive treatment of inflammation using electromagnetic fields: current and emerging therapeutic potential

Abstract Magnets, electric current and time varying magnetic fields always have played a role in human medicine. Natural magnetic stones were used in ancient cultures to induce a therapeutic effect and modern clinical practice would be far less effective without nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac pacemakers, and bone growth stimulators. This paper presents a summary of natural and artificial electromagnetic field(EMF) characteristics …

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Rhumart Therapy: A Non-invasive Cell Regeneration Ion and AntiInflammatory Therapy Using LF-EM Fields

This review article notes that low-frequency electromagnetic therapy has been used for a variety of purposes. Those specifically identified the author include cell growth promotion, pain reduction, improved blood circulation, bone repair, increased wound healing, sedative effects, enhanced sleep, and arthritic relief. R.A. Drolet, “Rhumart Therapy: A Non-invasive Cell Regeneration Ion and AntiInflammatory Therapy Using …

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Treatment of Chronic Productive Inflammation of Orbital Tissues with a Pulsed Electromagnetic Field

This controlled study examined the effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields in patients suffering from chronic productive inflammation or orbital tissue. PEMF treatment consisted of 7-10 minute daily exposures over a period of 10 days. Controls received conventional treatment only. Both groups showed good improvement, but patients treated with the PEMFs recovered significantly faster than did controls. …

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Effects of Magnetic Field on Inflammation

Three hours of exposure to a 50-Hz magnetic field in this study revealed that experimentally induced inflammation and suppressed arthritis in rats was significantly inhibited as a result. Y. Mizushima, et al., “Effects of Magnetic Field on Inflammation,” Experientia, 31(12), December 15, 1975, p.1411-1412.

Experiments showing that electromagnetic fields can be used to treat inflammatory diseases

Abstract While it is well known that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) can induce repair of non-healing bone fractures, EMF therapy remains confined to orthopedic clinics mainly because the biological and physical mechanisms underlying the therapy are unknown. However, it is generally believed that non-invasive, EMF therapy might have a broad, albeit currently unrecognized clinical potential. In …

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