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Use of Extremely-Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields in Clinical Practice

This study examined the effects of extremely-low-frequency magnetic fields (TAMMAT device) in the treatment of a group of 650 patients suffering from a host of various diseases. Treatment consisted 15-25 minute daily exposures 5 days per week over a total of 20-25 days. Most patients experienced improvements after 2-3 exposures. Marked improvements were seen with …

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Therapeutic Application of Constant and Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields

This review article cites studies pointing to the efficacy of low-frequency magnetic fields in the treatment of a wide variety of conditions, including burns, arthritis, fractures, arterial aneurysms, PMS, phantom pain, tuberculosis, ischemic heart disease, hypertension, bronchial asthma, and ulcerated varicose veins, among others. V.M. Bogoliubov & L.A. Skurikhina, “Therapeutic Application of Constant and Low-Frequency …

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A Low-frequency Impulse Apparatus for Physical Therapy

This review article notes that treatment with an “Infita” apparatus, used to deliver low-frequency magnetic fields, has been shown to improve general hemodynamics and microcirculation in addition to exhibiting antiinflammatory, sedative, and analgesic effects in Olympic-level Russian athletes. A. Zaslavskii, et al., “A Low-frequency Impulse Apparatus for Physical Therapy ‘Infita’,” Med Tehk, 5, 1994, p. …

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Clinical Assessment of the Rhumart System based on the Use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields with Low Frequency

This research examined the effects of low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields on patients suffering from a wide range of disorders, including musculoskeletal disorders, neurological disorders, circulatory diseases, traumatic disorders, gastroenterological problems, and stress-related morbidity. Treatment made use of the Rhumart apparatus, which produced waveforms with peak amplitudes up to 30 G. Results, based on the patients’ …

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Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields in the Combined Therapy of Inflammatory Lung Diseases

This study examined the effects of low-frequency magnetic fields coupled with conventional therapies in rats suffering from inflammatory lung disease. Results showed that rats receiving the magnetic fields experienced significant reductions in lung abscesses and associated symptoms, and similar beneficial effects were seen among a group of 165 human patients receiving comparable treatment. L.V. Iashchenko, “Low-Frequency Magnetic …

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Effect of low frequency pulsing electromagnetic fields on skin ulcers of venous origin in humans: a double-blind study

Abstract The effect of an electromagnetic field on the healing of skin ulcers of venous origin in humans has been investigated in a double-blind study. Forty-four patients have been admitted to the study; one-half were exposed to active stimulators (experimental group) and the remaining to dummy stimulators (control group). The stimulation was scheduled to last …

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Preliminary evidence for a beneficial effect of low-frequency, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with major depression and schizophrenia

Abstract OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to evaluate the potential efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) at low-frequency in patients with major depression and schizophrenia. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: We investigated the therapeutic effect of a course of 10 rTMS sessions in 14 subjects with major depression (MD) and 10 with schizophrenia. PRINCIPAL OBSERVATIONS: Seven of …

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