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Abstract

The invention concerns to area of pharmacy, biological physics and biodiagnostics, more exactly to development of preparations having ability of magnetic-resonance exposure on micro- and macro organisms with the purpose of activation and protection of their vital activity in conditions of ecological environment at the expense of individual selection of such preparations with the help of the special device. The problem of stability of exposure on biological object with the simple and very habitual for use, universalised, portable, marked if necessary, agent of activation of vital activity of biological object at an ecological level is not solved in any known development. Therefore the first task of the present invention is the creation of universal portable preparation for activation of vital activity of biological object with the help of the physiological carrier capable to be marked, to work in a wide range of an electromagnetic field (EMF) and to keep stable initial properties for a long time during storage. Other task is the creation of a similar preparation capable to work in a wide spectrum of a variable magnetic field (VMF). Both types of preparations are capable to activate the vital activity of organisms, intensifying energetic activity of organism, including accelerating elimination of the harmful foreign agents. Those or other preparations are chosen with the help of the magnetic resonance device capable to find out the foreign agent in the organism being investigated.


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Document History
  • Publication: Jan 21, 2010
  • Application: Dec 27, 2005
    US US 79448005 A
  • Priority: Dec 27, 2005
    RU RU 2005000671 W
  • Priority: Jul 1, 2005
    RU RU 2005120494 A
  • Priority: Dec 31, 2004
    RU RU 2004138996 A

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