Radioprotective Effect

Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult. 2010 Jul-Aug;(4):3-6.

The use of drinking sulfate mineral water in combination with laser and magnetic-laser irradiation for primary prophylaxis of post-radiation disorders(experimental study).

[Article in Russian]

Korolev IuN, Mikha?lik LV, Geniatulina MS, Nikulina LA.

Abstract

Experiments on laboratory rats have demonstrated that prophylactic use of drinkable sulfate mineral water in combination with laser and magnetolaser irradiation of adrenal glands produces a radioprotecive effect that was especially well apparent in the liver and less so in the testes. Simultaneously, the functional activity of the thymus decreased. Protection of the liver by the combination of the above factors was more pronounced than the effect of each of them applied separately.

Radiats Biol Radioecol. 1999 Mar-Jun;39(2-3):345-8.

Possible modification of radiation injury using radio frequency electromagnetic radiation.

[Article in Russian]

Aminova EM, Ismailov ESh.

Daghestan State Polytechnic University, Makhach-Kala.

Abstract

The possibility of radioprotective action of electromagnetic fields and radiations in radiofrequency range have been considered. It has been shown that the EMF and EMR effects depend on parameters of acting field. It is necessary to establish biophysical and biochemical ways and mechanisms of EMF and EMR action for effective use of radioemissions as radioprotectors.

Radiats Biol Radioecol. 1994 Jul-Oct;34(4-5):675-7.

Radioprotective effect of low-intensity radio-frequency centimeter-band waves in lethal gamma irradiation.

[Article in Russian]

Akoev IG, Kozhokaru AF, Mel’nikov VM, Usachev AV.

Abstract

Primary investigations have been carried out to determine whether low-intensity EMR of a cm range exerts the radioprotective effect. Prior to gamma-irradiation with doses LD100/30 and LD60/30 mice were exposed for 23 h to 2-8 GHz microwaves with a swing frequency of 12-14 Hz, at energy flow density of 5 +/- 1.5 mu Wt/cm2. Survival and time of death of mice were registered during a month. With absolutely lethal doses of gamma-irradiation, the application of SHF EMR delayed the time of animal death by 2.8-4.2 days and led in one of the experiments to 20% survival of mice. With doses in non-absolutely lethal range, the pretreatment of mice with EMR increased the survival by 20% in two experiments.

Radiats Biol Radioecol. 1994 Jul-Oct;34(4-5):671-4.

Modification of lethal radiation injury in mice by postradiation exposure to low-intensity centimeter-band radio frequency waves.

[Article in Russian]

Akoev IG, Mel’nikov VM, Usachev AV, Kozhokaru AF.

Abstract

A clearly pronounced modification of acute radiation injury of mice has been obtained by prolonged action (for up to 23 hours) of low-intensity (5 +/- 1.5 mu Wt/cm2) radiofrequency radiation in the ranges of 2-8, 8-18 and 19-27 GHz with a swing frequency of 12-14 Hz, applied immediately after exposure to lethal dose of gamma-radiation. Survival of mice and average life duration of killed mice were increased.

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