Biorezonance at the Surgical Clinic for Diagnostics and Treatment of the Surgical Wound Infection

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In modern medicine a great variety of chemotherapeutic agents is used for treating the infection. However, in spite of their improvement, increasing the quality of providing medical aid, development of surgical technique, using new and more thorough technologies for the patients’ treatment, the incidence of purulent complications at surgical clinic doesn’t decrease. Moreover, there is a marked tendency of its increase.
2% of all the initial laparotomies are accompanied by unplanned operations about intraabdominal infection, and approximately 50% of all serious intraabdominal infections appear during the postoperative period, which leads to 2% of lethal outcomes after planned operations.
Needless to say, the problem of surgical infection is actually urgent for our country. Therefore, in our opinion, searching for methods of diagnostics, control and treatment of infection, which could be an alternative to antimicrobial chemotherapy, is very important.
The physical method of treatment, based on using the patient’s own electromagnetic fields and emanations, which is also known as bioresonance therapy (BRT), gained wide application in modern medicine.
BRT method is based on the ideas about the human body being a source of fluctuations of electric nature, which exist in the human body or on its surface and spread across the environment.
The new method of wound surgical infection treatment is analyzed. Theoretical and practical aspects of using multiresonance therapy in surgeon’s work are discussed. The treatment of the patient with polyresistant infection associated with giving medical aid is analyzed in the article. The author draws a conclusion about the expediency of using bioresonance in complex treatment of wound surgical infection.

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Vladimir Alexeevich Glushenkov

Rostov State Medical University

Author for correspondence.

PhD, Department of surgical diseases

Russian Federation, 29 Nahichevansky Str., Rostov-on-Don. 344022, Russian Federation


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