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 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 than 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