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Substituting Invasive Intravenous Blood Irradiation Method With A Non Invasive Option

MedicLights seeks to irradiate the blood with with the same light and dosage as achieved by the decades old methodology of intravenous blood irradiation. The intravenous method was done by inserting a cannula into a vascular channel usually in the forearm. The cannula contains a catheter that carries a cable to deliver the low level laser light into the bloodstream through the vein.

In our case the light is delivered non-invasively to the vascular network in the nasal cavity.

The pictures below illustrate the intravenous blood irradiation method.

Irradiation of the blood with low level laser light was pioneered by Russian scientists and published in 1981 (E Mishalkin (ed), “Application of direct laser irradiation in experimental and clinical heart surgery (in Russian)”, Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1981). This method is still in use in many countries as complementary to conventional medicine for improved blood rheology.1

intravenous blood irradiation image‹‹ Intravenous blood irradiation therapy
schematic of intravenous blood irradiation image‹‹ Schematic representation of intravenous blood irradiation

For more information on the newer alternative MedicLights portable light therapy method, go here.

Intravenous Light Therapy versus Intranasal Light Therapy

NB. Images above are reproduced from a German based, European Society for Biological Laser Therapy and Acupuncture website: