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Singlet-oxygen therapy. Scientific and methodological materials

Chukhraiev, N.; Chukhraieva, E.; Gun'ko, M.; Kurik, L.; Lomeiko, S.; Marushko, Y.; Samosyuk, N.; Tkalina, A.; Vladimirov, A.; Unichenko, A.; Zavorotnaya, R.; Zukow, W.

Editor(s)
Chukhraiev, N.; Vladimirov, A.; Zukow, W.

Radomska Szkoła Wyższa w Radomiu
MEDICAL INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
SINGLET-OXYGEN THERAPY
Scientific and methodological materials
2018
This edition had extended and translated from ukrainian
Edited by
Chukhraiev N., Vladimirov A., Zukow W.
Radom, Kyiv
Radomska Szkoła Wyższa w Radomiu
MEDICAL INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
SINGLET-OXYGEN THERAPY
Scientific and methodological materials
2018
This edition had extended and translated from ukrainian
Edited by
Chukhraiev N., Vladimirov A., Zukow W.
Radom, Kyiv
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UDC 615.835.3
Authors:
Chukhraiev N., Chukhraieva E., Gun’ko M., Kurik L., Lomeiko S.,
Marushko Y., Samosyuk N., Tkalina A., Vladimirov A., Unichenko A.,
Zavorotnaya R., Zukow W.
Edited by: Chukhraiev N., Vladimirov A., Zukow W.
Reviewers: Lysenyuk V., Sobetsky V.
This  scientifc  and  methodical  publication  presents  a  physicochemical concept for the preparation and application of singlet-oxygen 
therapy by activating photochemically sensitized air or ingesting
water  after  its  barbituration  with  activated  singlet  oxygen.  Also,  the 
technology  of  therapy  and  examples  of  its  use  in  the  treatment  of  a 
number of pathological processes for the purpose of correcting the
disturbances of free radical oxidation are described.
© «Мединтех», 2018
Chukhraiev N., Chukhraieva E., Gun’ko M., Kurik L., Lomeiko S, Marushko Y., Samosyuk N.,
Tkalina A., Vladimirov A., Unichenko A, Zavorotnaya R., Zukow W. Singlet-oxygen therapy.
Eds. Chukhraiev N., Vladimirov A., Zukow W. Edition had extended and translated from ukrainian.
RSW. Medinteh. Radom. Kyiv. 2018. 124 p. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1161333
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CONTENT
Introduction ..................................................................5
1. THEORETICAL BASIS FOR SINGLET-OXYGEN
THERAPY APPLICATION ....................................................7
1.1. Life-giving oxygen ...................................................................10
1.2. Singlet oxygen ......................................................................... 13
1.3 SOT as a healing factor ............................................................ 17
2. METHODS OF SOT APPLICATION. INDICATIONS AND
CONTRAINDICATIONS. .....................................................20
2.1. General method of SOT using singlet oxygen
inhalations and activated water ...................................................20
Technology of the metod...............................................................20
2.2. Features of singlet-oxygen therapy in pediatrics...................22
2.3. Some features of singlet-oxygen therapy by
the method of inhalation...............................................................23
The SOM inhalation therapy for diseases
of the respiratory system...............................................................24
2.4. Influence of SOT on the state of the broncho-pulmonary
system in bronchial asthma..........................................................26
2.5. Effect of singlet-oxygen therapy on biophysical
marks of deformability and osmotic resistance of
erythrocytes in patients with chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease........................................................................27
2.6. The effectiveness of SOM applied in complex
treatment of children with nonspecifc respiratory diseases........34
2.7. Comparative analysis of singlet oxygen and oxygen
cocktails used in patients with chronic obstructive
bronchitis in conditions of complex sanatorium treatment
on the South Coast.........................................................................43
2.8. Singlet-oxygen therapy of chronic tonsillitis.........................44
2.9. Inhalation singlet-oxygen phytotherapy................................46
3. DRINKING METHODS OF SINGLE-OXYGEN
THERAPY....................................................................................50
3.1. Singlet-oxygen therapy in gastro-and nephropathies
associated with the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
drugs (NSAIDs) .............................................................................52
4. SINGLE-OXYGEN THERAPY IN COMPLEX
TREATMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES ...........56
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4.1. Arterial hypertension: tactics of complex
therapy and peculiarities of SCT ...................................................62
Treatment of arterial hypertension ..............................................63
5. THE USE OF SINGLE-OXYGEN THERAPY
IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT
OF DIABETES MELLITUS ......................................................69
6. ORGANIZATION OF PREVENTIVE AND
HEALTHCARE ACTIONS FOR CHILDREN IN
CONDITIONS OF GENERAL LEARNING
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS........................................... 77
6.1. Indications for the use of singlet-oxygen therapy
and the procedure for conducting procedures.............................. 81
7. REGULATIONS ON THE SINGLET OXYGEN
THERAPY ROOM AND APPARATUS
FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION................................................84
7.1. General regulations................................................................84
7.2. The main tasks of medical personnel in the
cabinets of singlet-oxygen therapy................................................84
7.3. The order of sending patients and vacationers
to the singlet-oxygen therapy room ..............................................85
7.4. Basic indications for singlet-oxygen therapy .........................85
SOT effects.................................................................................... 88
Basic contraindications for singlet oxygen therapy......................89
8. THE METHOD OF EDGE ANXIETY-DEPRESSIVE
DISORDER CORRECTION IN PATIENTS WITH
DIABETES MELLITUS............................................................ 91
9. INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO EXCESS
WEIGHT REDUCTION ............................................................96
MACHINES FOR SINGLET-OXYGEN
THERAPY..................................................................................104
THE EQUIPMENT OF SRC "MEDINTECH".....................108
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...............................113
Recommended literature.............................................................114
Patents ......................................................................................... 118
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INTRODUCTION
The presence of free radicals in living organisms is a natural
phenomenon as the physiological processes take place with their
active participation. However, due to certain violations of internal
mechanisms of self-regulation the disharmony of free radical reactions
occurs, which ultimately manifests itself as a disease. Free radicals
damage proteins and cell membranes, it contributes to the emergence
of many diseases, including arthritis, allergic diseases, etc.
Free radicals are defned as an atom or molecule that has one or
more free electrons. At a course of oxidation-reduction biochemical
reactions the free oxygen or OH radicals are produced.
There is a natural antioxidant protection in living biological
systems that regulates the processes of free radical oxidation and
eventually converts them into low-active compounds. In the treatment
of diseases associated with the violation of free radical oxidation the
antioxidants are used.
In 1996 swedish scientist Antony Van der Valk proposed singlet
oxygen therapy as an alternative method of antioxidant protection, and
the company PolyValk (Sweden) developed a special device named
«Valcion» for inhalation therapy and water activation. Over the years
of its application, the device has well proven itself in various clinics in
Europe, America and CIS countries.
The oxygen, which is contained in the air, under the influence
of hard ultraviolet radiation is converted into singlet oxygen in the
activator of the «Valcion». The oxygen molecule O2 lives for a limited
time in a singlet state, after which it decays and recovers to its normal
state. This process of singlet-triplet dipole transition is accompanied by
the emission of an electromagnetic wave of the ultraviolet range, which
activate a chain of biochemical and biophysical processes aimed at
normalizing exchange-oxidative reactions in the body.
The results of the singlet oxygen practical application indicate that
the frequency of asthma attacks in patients, in particular with bronchial
asthma is signifcantly reduced under the influence of singlet oxygen.
There are statisticaly confrmed results of successful treatment of
rheumatic patients using the proposed method (V.E. Orel).
In 1998, the Scientifc Research Center «Medinter» (Kiev)
performed the development, and since 2000 started serial production
of devices for singlet-oxygen therapy - the «MIT-S» series. Generators
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of hard ultraviolet radiation are used as a source of radiation for the
formation of singlet oxygen in the apparatus.
In order to increase the singlet oxygen production efciency,
the principle of double magnetic processing of steam-water mixture is
aplied in the device MIT-S, (Patent of Ukraine No. 1395 «Apparatus for
preparation of singlet-oxygen mixture», September 16, 2002, Bulletin
No. 9, 2002; the Patent of Ukraine № 33892 «Apparatus for the
preparation of a singlet-oxygen mixture», 10.07.2008, Patent of Russia
No. 81644 «Apparatus for preparation of a singlet-oxygen mixture»,
27.03.2009).
At the frst stage the steam-water mixture undergo the turbovortex magnetization. At the second stage, the activation of the steamwater mixture is carried out by hard ultraviolet radiation in a magnetic
feld. The proposed principle of steam-water mixture treatment
contributes to the emergence of spin polarization of electron clouds,
to energy stability and increase in the effectiveness of the therapeutic
action of the singlet-oxygen mixture.
It was also found out that the treatment of a steam-water mixture
with hard ultraviolet and quasilaser radiation in a magnetic feld leads
to the formation of not only an extremely active oxygen form – the
singlet (1O2), but also nitrogen oxide (NO). The latter, as it became
known, is a universal regulator of physiological and metabolic processes
both in a single cell and in the body as a whole.
It is the nitric oxide produced in the body by the vascular
endothelium (endothelium dependent relaxing factor) to which is given
a special importance in the regulation of vascular tone, inflammation
and immune response. NO has vasodilator, immunomodulatory, antiinflammatory, and anti-atherogenic effect.
Therefore, singlet-oxygen therapy (SOT) can rightly be called
singlet-oxygen-nitricoxide therapy (SONOT). However, in this work
we have retained the term SOT as more well known and generally
accepted.
Application of singlet oxygen is performed by inhalation or
taking aqueous solutions enriched with singlet oxygen. A technique
for structuring water and other liquids for the preparation of singletoxygen cocktails or foams has also been developed. The duration of one
procedure can be from 1 to 9 minutes. The use of aqueous solutions
should occur within 10 minutes after their preparation.
By analyzing the data of clinical observations and studies, it can be
concluded that the method of antioxidant therapy using singlet oxygen
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in the form of inhalations, cocktails and foams can be successfully used
in pathological conditions associated with the violation of antioxidant
protection.
The method is easy to use and does not require special training
of maintenance personnel. It can be used both in complex treatment
of a number of diseases, and independently for the purpose of
prevention and recovery of the population. Singlet-oxygen therapy
has a normalizing effect on the immune system, stabilizes aerobic
metabolism and thereby improves the performance of all organs and
systems without causing side effects.
Undoubtedly, the method of SOT will fnd wide application in
various areas of clinical and rehabilitation medicine, and it already do
«cramps» of many variants of inhalation therapy today. Simplicity of
application, safety and high efciency make the method of SOT popular
among doctors and patients. It goes without saying that further research
is needed to clarify the mechanism of SOT action, the peculiarities of its
use for specifc pathologies or functional disorders.
The method of SOT is a new method of therapy in the world
practice and the task of every physician and researcher is to accumulate
«generalize» facts, making them available to the broad medical
community.
The presented manual can serve as a guide for the practical
application and implementation of this accessible and yet unique
method.  

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