December 14, 2011
Scientists have developed a device using pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) that is capable of addressing post-operative pain, enhancing growth and repair in human tissues.
Approved by the United States Aeronautic Space Agency (NASA), United States Food and Drug Administra-tion (FDA), and the World Health Organisation (WHO), PEMF is employed as a drugless therapy for managing pains and reversing cell damage.
A four-year collaborative study by NASA has demonstrated the efficacy of electromagnetic fields to stimulate growth and repair in mammalian tissues.
The four-year study used human donors “to define the most effective PEMF for enhancing growth and repair in mammalian tissues.”
The study utilised “nerve tissue which has been refractory to efforts to stimulate growth or enhance its repair regardless of the energy used.”
According to the investigators, all other tissues have demonstrated growth and repair stimulation with appropriate PEMF. .
In the gene discovery array (chip technology that surveyed 10,000 human genes), the investigators found up-regulation of 150 genes associated with growth and cell restoration.
The study concluded: “The up-regulation of these genes is in no manner marginal with gene sites for collagen production and growth the most actively stimulated. .
“We have clearly demonstrated the bioelectric/biochemical potentiation of nerve stimulation and restoration in humans as a documented reality.
“The most effective electromagnetic field for repair of trauma was square wave with a rapid rate of change which saw cell growth increased up to 4.0 times.”
The investigators recommended: “One may use square wave EM fields with rapid rate of change for; repairing traumatized tissues; moderating some neurodegenerative diseases; and developing tissues for transplantation.”
According to the astronomers, this is the first study to clarify technologies and efficacy parameters for tissue growth and restoration.
In Nigeria, designed PEMF called Depth-Empulse has been introduced for use in healthcare facilities, in prevention of tissue death and pain following trauma or illness without drugs by Kresta Overseas Limited.
Head, Electromagnetic Research and Education Unit, Kresta Overseas Limited, Dr. Tony Didigu, said studies in Nigeria by Prof. Olaogun of Ife University Teaching Hospital; Dr. Birabi of Shell Hospital PortHarcout and others show Depth-Empulse is efficacious in healing and pain relief without drugs. Depth- Empulse devices are in use in National Assembly Clinic, some tertiary Hospitals and several hospitals nationwide.”
The medical doctor said Depth-Empulse is approved by FDA; and recommended by NASA and WHO as efficacious and without side effects.
Didigu explained Depth-Empulse mechanism of action: “It acts as a catalyst to speed up free radical neutralization by antioxidants 100 times faster than occurs in the body. It restores destabilised calcium balance in the cells and thus prevents massive mitochondrial production of damaging free radicals. It increases the synthesis of mitochondria by 300% leading to enhanced A.T.P. production, oxidative capacity and endurance.
“Depth-Empulse stimulates or up-regulates the synthesis of 150 classes of genes responsible for tissue restoration and repair, and the production of a cluster of cytoprotective proteins, HSP 70, growth hormones, matrix proteins, new blood vessels, increased osteoblast population and collagen synthesis. This stimulated repair and restoration process involves all tissues particularly the brain tissue, which has been found to be very responsive to electromagnetic fields.”
Didigu said Depth-Empulse also down regulates or stops the activity or production of destructive genes, such as the ones responsible for the formation of osteoclasts.
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