Intravenous Laser Irradiation Of Blood

IV Laser irradiation of blood 

IV Laser irradiation of blood (IV LBI) is a therapeutic treatment using low-intensity laser radiation.

 

Through microinjections, the blood is exposed to low level red laser light, where it acts as a natural antibiotic by stimulating multiple effects, including detoxification, thrombolytic action, and tissue regeneration.

 

On a cellular level, IV Laser irradiation increases the body’s resistance to pathogenic agents and stimulates the body’s immune responses. It decreases the ability of germs to cause infection and increases the sensitivity of the germ microorganisms to the antibacterial therapy.

 

For maximum effectiveness, it is recommended the procedure is conducted daily. Each procedure lasts 15-20 min with 7-12 procedures in total according to a patient’s requirements.

                                                     How the process works

 

Irradiation of blood by laser produces changes in the interrelations of molecules such as lipid-water, protein-water, lipid-protein. It also effects the physical and chemical properties of bioliquids and impacts the activity of biochemical reactions.

 

Proven clinical results include stimulation of metabolism, immune protection, increase in resistance to germs, dehydration and thrombolytic activity, analgesic effect, and anti-inflammatory activity.

 

                                     Laser therapy in Feto-Maternal Medicine

 

Dealing with conditions of disease, the effect of laser radiation when applied in an obstetrical practice, is very effective.

The most broadly used type of laser radiation is a red laser. However, basic methods of laser therapy in feto-maternal medicine are laser-reflexotherapy (laser-puncture), intravenous laser-therapy, transdermal laser-therapy (noninvasive), and endovaginal laser-therapy. These are all used to produce a biostimulant effect to treat and prevent ailments through pregnancy.

 

Indications

IV Laser is recommended for:

 

  • Septic state (virus, mycoplasmic, toxoplasmic)

  • Infections such as Mycosis, staphylococcus, streptococcus

  • Antiphospholipid syndrome

  • Immunodeficiency

 

Positive effects of IV Laser include:

 

  • Stimulation of metabolism

  • Normalization of microcirculation

  • Increase cell resistance to pathogenic agents

  • Analgesic effect and anti-inflammatory activity

  • Detoxication effect

  • Thrombolytic action

  • Stimulation of tissue regeneration

  • Stimulation of general and local factors of immune protection

  • Decrease of pathogenicity of microbes