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PASSIVE EXTREMELY LOW ELECTROMAGNETIC FREQUENCY ROLE IN PAIN MANAGEMENT
ULOGA EKSTREMNO NISKE FREKVENCIJE MAGNETNOG POLJA U ZBRINJAVANJU BOLA

Authors

 

Srbislav Brašovan

Research and Development Department , Institution Review Board at Tuning Element, L.L.C. Branson, Missouri, USA

 

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The paper was received / Rad primljen: 07.06.2018.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 07.06.2018.

 


Correspondence to:


Srbislav Brašovan M.D.; F.A.C.O.G.
Director of the Research and Development Department and Chairman of the Institution Review Board at
Tuning Element, L.L.C. Branson, Missouri, USA.
e-mail: office@brasovanmed.com

 

 

Abstract

 

In this pilot study we evaluated Extremely Low Electromagnetic Frequency (ELEMF) imprinted in Tuning Element 5Minute Relief PatchesTM (5MRP) as an adjunct support in postsurgical pain management. 10 postsurgical patient were treated with 5MRP as an adjunct to standard postoperative opioid medication and 10 were treated only with standard postoperative opioid medication. Our study concluded that ELEMF in 5MRP increase pain tolerance threshold in postsurgical pain management thus requiring significant reduction in usage of opioid medication.

 

 

Keywords:

Pain, Extremely Low Electromagnetic Frequency, 5MRP, Resonant Recognition Model

 

 

Sažetak

 

U ovoj pilot studiji evaluirana je primena niska frekvencija elektromagnetnog polja (ELEMF) kroz trensdermalni flaster (Tuning Element 5Minute Relief PatchesTM (5MRP)), koja je korišćena kao dodatak standardnoj terapiji postoperativnog bola opiodnim lekovima. Dok je drugih 10 pacijenata terapija bola vršena samo standardnim opioidnim lekovima. Naša studija je zaključila da primena ELEME u 5MRP povećava prag tolerancije bolova u postoperativnim bolnim stanjima, što dovodi do značajno smanjene upotrebe opioidnih lekova.

 

 

Ključne reči:

Bol, ekstremno niska frekvencija elektromagnetnog polja, 5MRP, model rezonantnog prepoznavanja

 

 

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