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Hemodynamic Changes Caused by Exposure of Animals with Acute Immobilization Stress to Continuous Terahertz Radiation
American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering
Volume 1, Issue 1, February 2013, Pages: 17-23
Received: Dec. 3, 2012; Published: Feb. 20, 2013
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V. F. Kirichuk, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
V. V. Velikanov, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
T. S. Velikanova, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
O. N. Antipova, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
E. V. Andronov, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
A. N. Ivanov, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
S. S. Parshina, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
N. E. Babichenko, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
T. S. Kiriyazi, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
E. V. Ponukalina, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
I. V. Smyshlyaeva, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
L. K. Tokaeva, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
A. A. Tsymbal, 112 Bolshaya Kazachiya ul. , Saratov, Russia
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Abstract
Experimental simulation of hemodynamic disorders during acute immobilization stress has shown that expo-sure to continuous terahertz radiation with frequencies equal to absorption and emission frequencies of nitrogen oxide (150.176-150.664 GHz) and atmospheric oxygen (129.0 ± 0.75 GHz) for 5, 15 and 30 minutes allows to revert post-stress hemodynamic changes in great vessels. This allows using terahertz electromagnetic radiation with frequencies equal to absorption and emission frequencies of nitrogen oxide (150.176-150.664 GHz) and atmospheric oxygen (129.0 ± 0.75 GHz) to treat hemodynamic disorders accompanying some of pathologic diseases.
Keywords
Hemodynamics, Linear Blood Flow Rate, Terahertz Waves, Nitrogen Oxide, Atmospheric Oxygen
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V. F. Kirichuk, V. V. Velikanov, T. S. Velikanova, O. N. Antipova, E. V. Andronov, A. N. Ivanov, S. S. Parshina, N. E. Babichenko, T. S. Kiriyazi, E. V. Ponukalina, I. V. Smyshlyaeva, L. K. Tokaeva, A. A. Tsymbal, Hemodynamic Changes Caused by Exposure of Animals with Acute Immobilization Stress to Continuous Terahertz Radiation, American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2013, pp. 17-23. doi: 10.11648/j.bio.20130101.13
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