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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Cardiovascular System

Hemodynamic

Cerebral Arteries

Blood Pressure

Heart Frequency

Heart Rate

Neurodermatitis

Neurodermatitis

High Blood Pressure

OPH Syndrome

OPH Syndrome

Fetal Heart Activity

 

 






Normalization of too High Blood Pressure in Pregnant Women with a Mild Form of the OPH-Syndrome













Under investigation were pregnant women in the third trimester of pregnancy with a mild degree of OPH-syndrome (gestosis – neph­ropa­thy – with swellings at the feet, later at the whole body, hypertension, too much pro­tein in urine).


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

For 7-10 days 13 women listened to the Medi­cal Resonance Therapy Music® in the morning and after lunch and had no other therapy dur­ing these days. Before starting with the treat­ment blood pressure was between 130-150 mm hg. After the treatment it showed a normal level, which means below 130 mm hg. On average it reduced by 15-20 mm hg.
Control Group


14 women in this group received sedative and hypotensive drugs as well as a phy­to­thera­peu­tic treatment. Before the treatment blood pressure counted 130-150 mm hg. Due to the treatment with hypotensive and sedative drugs it normalized, but much slower as in the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® group.



Further comments

Since the introduction of the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® there were no more deaths due to gestosis in the hospital and a significant reduction of premature births could be recorded.



 

Investigators:

Prof. Dr. med. G. Gerassimowitsch
Prof. Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko
Dr. med. Swetlana Scheleg




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