SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Research Fields in Detail

Faster Recovery

Process Stabilization

Normalization

Healing Inducing Effects

OPH Patients

Risk Pregnancy

High Blood Pressure

Threat of Miscarriage

Risk Pregnancy

Angiodystonia

 

 






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Normalization of the Menstruation Cycle – Normalization of Dysfunctional Juvenile Uterine Hemorrhaging








Under investigation were 20 girls at the age of 12 to 16 years with disfunctional hemorrhaging

To reestablish homeostasis in the organism they received a complex medical drug ther­apy: ascorbic acid 1g per day, dizinon 0,75 – 1,5 mg per day, calciumgluconat 1,5 – 2 mg per day.


Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

This group counted 12 girls who – in addition to their drug therapy – listened once or twice per day to the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® for 40-60 minutes.

9 girls regained homeostasis already at the fourth day of treatment, one girl reached it af­ter taking synthetic progestine (preparation “phemodem”). By applying Medical Reso­nance Therapy Music® the girls of this group could leave the hospital on average two days earlier than the girls in the control group.

In 9 girls normalization occurred double as quick as in the control group and they could go home already after 5 days.
Control Group


This group counted 8 girls, who were ex­clu­sively treated with medical drugs.

Here the girls reached homeostasis at the eighth day, but one of them regained it only partially. 4 of the girls regained it after taking synthetic progestines.














 

Investigators:

Dr. med. A. Kusnezowa
Prof. Dr. med. W. Sidorenko
Dr. med. L. Guljaewa
Dr. med. A. Borssukow
Dr. med. A. Sawjalowa
Dr. med. L. Mozhejko