MIL-therapy / Method of treatment / 7.13. Chronical anemias.
7.13. Chronical anemias.
MIL-therapy included into the complex treatment of chronic anemias significantly improves the results of such treatment (by the stimulation of blood formation). The terminal is applied (Fig. 35) on the thymus area (zone 1), on the projection of spleen to lower ribs (zone 2) between the front and middle axillary lines on the left. Impulse frequency is 80 Hz, LED radiation power is 70-80 mWt, exposure time is 2 min on one area. Then the area of inguinal vascular bundles (zones 4) is irradiated with frequency 1500 Hz, LED radiation power 100 mWt, exposure 1 min. Five daily procedures are performed this way; then the irradiation is done only on the area of inguinal vascular bundles (zones 4) every other day using the above mentioned parameters but with 2 min. exposure on each zone (2 procedures). After that the next three procedures are done with 5 min. exposure on each zone. MIL-therapy course may be repeated 3 months later. Control of blood indexes is performed throughout all the treatment.
Fig. 36. Zones of MIL-irradiation for treating chronic anemias