10 July 2007 Effects of laser-magnetic blood irradiation in vivo
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Laser-magnetic field action on blood in vivo was studied within a range 440-650 nm. The primary mechanisms of laser-magnetic blood irradiation in vivo were studied at (1) laser and non-laser irradiation with light of various wavelengths, (2) autohemo-magnetic-therapy, (3) multicolored over-vein irradiation of the blood, (4) the laser-magnetic field actions. Hemoglobin is considered as primary photoacceptor of radiation. The dependence of effectiveness of laser action on light wavelength was compared with known action spectra for blood photostimulation. Magnetic field enhancement of the laser- induced reactions was discussed as result of magnetic field influence on ferromagnetic hem inclusions and on a structure of hemoglobin peptide chains. Hemoglobin oxygenation or deoxygenation processes were analyzed as a first stage of the therapeutic effects depending on a preceding hemoglobin oxygenation degree at pathological state. The laser- magnetic irradiation causes tendency to the normalization of these process. It is proposed that the secondary reactions are initiated by reversible structural changes of erythrocytes membrane caused the strong hemoglobin absorption.
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Galina Zalesskaya, Vladimir Ulaschik, Andrej Kuchinsky, Olga Galay, "Effects of laser-magnetic blood irradiation in vivo", Proc. SPIE 6727, ICONO 2007: Nonlinear Laser Spectroscopy and High-Precision Measurements; and Fundamentals of Laser Chemistry and Biophotonics, 67272T (10 July 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.752503; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.752503
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