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[Magnetotherapy in clinical and ambulatory practice]

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The results of experimental research into the physical, physiological and biological effects on the tissues of electromagnetic fields are analysed. The research was conducted on 354 patients either hospitalised or treated in outpatients departments for orthopaedic conditions. These patients were treated with electromagnetic currents for a period of 10 days and the effects mainly on oedema, pain and inflammation were evaluated. The effects were distinctly positive especially in the case of acute lesions. In addition, no unpleasant or harmful topical or systemic side effects were observed.

Author:

Annaratone, G. and Rapelli, G. and Graziano, G.

Year:

1983

Volume:

74

Pages:

823-33--

Keywords:

Ambulatory Care/*methods Cells/radiation effects Electromagnetic Fields/instrumentation/therapeutic use Evaluation Studies as Topic Hospitalization Humans *Magnetics Orthopedics Physics Regeneration/radiation effects Wounds and Injuries/therapy

Comment:

Annaratone, G Rapelli, G Graziano, G English Abstract

Address:

Book title:

Minerva Med

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