Therapy of Radiation-Thermal Defeats
Method Treatment of Combined Radiation – Thermal Affections by HeNe and Ruby Lasers in a Magnetic Field and Application of Silver-Based Remedy Obtained by Laser Photolysis
Tech Area / Field
- FIR-NSS/Nuclear Safety and Safeguarding/Fission Reactors
- BIO-PAB/Public Health/Biotechnology and Life Sciences
- BIO-PHA/Pharmacology/Biotechnology and Life Sciences
- PHY-ANU/Atomic and Nuclear Physics/Physics
- PHY-OPL/Optics and Lasers/Physics
- PHY-RAW/Radiofrequency Waves/Physics
3 Approved without Funding
Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics, Armenia, Ashtarak-2
- Yerevan State Medical University, Armenia, Yerevan\nYerevan State University, Armenia, Yerevan
- Japan LPL Therapy Promotion Association, Japan, Tokyo\nSogang University, Korea, Seoul
Project summaryLaser radiation was found to have a plausible effect on healing of burn-wounds in several aspects: a) intensifies bactericide effect of phagocytes due to short-term priming; b) “evaporation” of non-critical tissues and wound disinfection; c) collagen synthesis and cell proliferation become more active, d) micro-vessels are getting more active and blood micro-circulation is improved. Application of the treatment remedy obtained by means of laser photolysis significantly increases the bacterial immunity of the affected areas, since the remedy has strong bactericide effect. All these factors intensify the healing process of burn-wounds due to activation of local cutie-circulation, phagocytes and wound sterilization.
Some known biological effects of laser emission (activation or normalization of macro-molecular synthesis, enhanced reparative processes, intensified cellular proliferation, reduction of active oxygen form, etc.) prove that laser emission may be used as an active blocker of destructive effect produced by ionizing radiation (X-ray, γ-ray etc.) in the living organisms.
It is a special task of this Project the analysis and modulation of water photo-acceptance (i.e. structural modification of water molecular associates) and hydration of enzymes (binding of the water molecule with surface of proteins and enzymes).
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