The use of EHF therapy is due to the immunostimulating, regenerative effect of EHF waves, as well as their ability to relieve pain.
In gynecological diseases of an erosive nature: cervical erosion, cervicitis-combined with medication EHF therapy is used.
In the case of mild to moderate severity of the disease, mono EHF therapy can also be used.
Used HF emitters
- Frequency 40-43 GHz, wavelength 7.1 mm (red).
- Frequency 52-57 GHz, wavelength 5.6 (green).
- Noise-frequency 52-78 GHz (yellow).
Emitters are selected individually for each patient.
12-25 sessions depending on the severity of the disease at the beginning of the course — exposure 15-20 min., in the middle of the course-20-30 min., and by the end of the course, the exposure is reduced to 10-20 min.
Impact ZONE: the area on the border of the first and second third of the sternum.
Clinical effect and control
Reducing the size of the erosion defect, reducing pain, stopping discharge. Control is performed by ultrasound, subjective feelings of the patient (reduction of pain), visual diagnostics, laboratory tests.
Absolute contraindications have not been identified. Relative contraindications-pregnancy, uterine bleeding (see also General contraindications for EHF therapy).
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