The Effect of the Mret Wave Rider Device on Cerebral Blood Flow and the Blood Brain Barrier
zaterdag, 19 mei 2018 - Categorie: Onderzoeken
The Effect of the Mret Wave Rider Device on Cerebral Blood Flow and the
Blood Brain Barrier: A Case Study
Smirnov IV 1,*, Fisher HW 2
1 CEO Global Quantech, Riga, Latvia
2 Senior Academic Dean, HOC Academy, Radcliff, Kentucky
Research Open Access
*Corresponding author: Smirnov IV, CEO Global Quantech, Riga, Latvia, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials 3: 1-8.
Received Date: April 09, 2018; Accepted Date: May 15, 2018; Published Date: May 19, 2018
Biological effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and cerebral blood flow can be studied using optical encephalography. Previous investigations of the permeability of the blood-brain barrier after exposure to the various EMF-components showed an induced leakage of Evans Blue labeled proteins normally not passing the BBB. In the present investigation we exposed a human subject to ambient radiation and the flow of the blood at the frontal part of the brain was measured using16-channel optical encephalography. The Optical Encephalograph is a functional Near-Infrared
Spectroscopy (fNIRS) device that monitors PO2 and Hemoglobin (Hb) levels and translates the data into an indication of blood flow. The MRET WaveRider® noise field generator which is capable of decreasing BBB permeability by neutralizing EMR was turned onand the flow of the blood at the frontal part of the brain was measured using 16-channel optical encephalography. The MRET polymer compound is driven by the solenoid that encapsulates the polymer material (WaveRider®). The composite noise field can modify RF signals as a result of superposition phenomenon. When the WaveRider®noise field was in effect, the cerebral blood flow (increased PO2 and Hb) increased from 337.209 seconds to 864.419 seconds at the termination of the testing, indicating that these measurements were previous to the Wave Rider initiation affects.
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