The combined mono-and EHF-therapy is used in progressive angina and new-onset angina.
Used HF emitters
- Frequency 40-43 GHz, wavelength 7.1 mm (red).
- Frequency 52-57 GHz, wavelength 5.6 (green).
- Frequency 57-63 GHz, wavelength 4.9 (blue).
- Noise-frequency 52-78 GHz (yellow).
Emitters are selected individually for each patient.
10 daily procedures for 15-20 minutes. The course begins on 1-2 days from the moment of admission of the patient to the hospital; if the severity of the angina attack allows you not to prescribe narcotic analgesics, EHF therapy is prescribed immediately after admission of the patient.
Impact ZONE: the area of the right shoulder joint.
Clinical effect and control
Reducing the frequency and duration of angina attacks, preventing the development of myocardial infarction, and stabilizing blood pressure. Monitoring of indicators of the blood clotting system, ECG.
For monotherapy, a contraindication is postinfarction cardiosclerosis (see also General contraindications for EHF therapy).
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