The use of EHF therapy in sarcoidosis of the lungs and intra-thoracic lymph nodes is due to the fact that EHF waves, first, improve the capillary blood flow of the lungs and, secondly, stimulate the activation of the immune system.
EHF therapy is used for the first time detected sarcoidosis of the intra-thoracic lymph nodes and in the recurrent course of the process, and in the latter case, it is recommended to combine EHF therapy with small doses of corticosteroids.
Used EHF 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.
After the first 10 sessions, repeated x-ray control is performed and in the absence of positive dynamics, the wavelength is changed.
20 procedures daily for 15-30 minutes. In the course of EHF therapy, it is possible to reduce the dose of corticosteroid drugs.
Zone of influence: the area of the thymus gland-the sternum at level II of the intercostal space.
Clinical effect and control
Under the influence of EHF waves, activation of immunocompetent cells is observed; when healing, granulomas resolve, rather than fibrosing. Control of the effectiveness of treatment is carried out by x-ray studies and laboratory indicators of the state of the blood system.
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