DENAS THERAPY
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PART ONE. MELIUS NON INCIPIENT, QUAM DESINENT

CHAPTER 1. BRIEF HISTORICAL NOTE

    1.1. Eastern Traditions
    1.2. European Curiosity
    1.3. Modern Technology

CHAPTER 2. APPARATUS DENAS

CHAPTER 3. EFFECTS CAUSED IN HUMAN BODY BY APPLICATION OF APPARATUSES OF DENAS THERAPY

    3.1. Analgetic (Anti-Pain) Effect
    3.2. Vascular Effect
    3.3. Effect of Relaxation of Unstriped and Skeletal Musculature
    3.4. Antiedematic Effect
    3.5. Antiinflammatory Effect (General and Local)
    3.6. Antipyretic Effect
    3.7. Antiallergic Effect
    3.8. Immunomodulatory Effect
    3.9. Effect of Normalization of Metabolism
    3.10. Effect of Normalization of Hormonal Status
    3.11. Arresting Bleeding and Trophic (Healing) Effect
    3.12. Effect of Breakage Gallstones and Renal Calculus
    3.13. Cosmetic Effect
    3.14. Reanimatton Effect
    3.15. Anti-Stress (General Regulating) Effect
    EFFICIENCY OF APPARATUSES

CHAPTER 4. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN APPARATUS DENAS AND OTHER ELECTRIC THERAPEUTIC DEVICES

CHAPTER 5. ABOUT HEALTH, PRE-DISEASES AND DISEASES

CHAPTER 6. FORM REFLEX TO FUNCTIONAL SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 7. NERVOUS SYSTEM AND PRINCIPLES OF DENAS THERAPY OPERATION (For those which do not have medical education)

PART SECOND. MEDICA MENTE, NON MEDICAMENTIS

CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING TO USE APPARATUSES DENAS & DiaDENS

    1.1. Reminder to Patient
    1.2. Reminder to Operator
    1.3. Apparatus Modes of Operation
    1.4. Level of Energy Influence of Apparatuses

CHAPTER 2. MAIN ZONES OF BIOLOGICAL, ENERGETIC AND INFORMATIC INFLUENCE AND METHODS OF THEIR TREATMENT

    2.1. Direct projection of organ "presenting a complain"
    2.2. Universal treatment zones
    2.3. Segmentary (metameric) treatment points
    2.4. Specific treatment zones
    2.5. Some general regulatory influence zones
      2.5.1. Zones of hormonal status regulation
      2.5.2. Zones treatment of which increases systemic effect
      2.5.3. Antiallergic zones
      2.5.4. Tongue zone
    2.6. Main resuscitation zones

CHAPTER 3. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DENAS THERAPY

CHAPTER 4. ALGORITHMS OF WORKING WITH DENAS THERAPY APPARATUS

    4.1. The complain is concrete and detailed
    4.2. Complain of uncertain localization

CHAPTER 5. INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS TO DENAS THERAPY

    5.1. Indications
    5.2. CONTRAINDICATIONS
PART THREE SOME STANDARD SCHEMES OF ELECTRONEUROADAPTIVE TREATMENT IN A NUMBER OF NOSOLOGIC FORMS OF DISEASES, or FACILIUS EST PLUS FACERE, QUAM IDEM

CHAPTER 1. RESPIRATORY ORGANS DISEASES

    1.1. Zones of apparatus treatment
      1.1.1. Zones of direct projection of the organ "presenting a complain"
      1.1.2. Additional zones (see part 2, chapter 2)
    1.2. Acute nasal cold (rhinitis, acute respiratory viral infection)
    1.3. Laringitis, pharingitis (hoarse cough, dyspnea, dry throat, hoarse voice, dry obsessive cough)
    1.4. Tracheitis and bronchitis
    1.5. Acute pneumonia (acute lungs inflammation)
    1.6. Acute attack of chronic bronchitis and pneumonia, bronchiectatic disease, pneumosclerosis
    1.7. Bronchial asthma

CHAPTER 2. CIRCULATORY ORGANS DISEASES

    2.1. Heart diseases
      2.1.1. Main principles (recommendations mandatory for fulfillment while the apparatus is used by persons without medical education)
      2.1.2. Zones of apparatus treatment Zones of straight projection of organ "presenting a complain"
      2.1.3. Ischemic heart disease. Stenocardia
      2.1.4. Acute cardiac pain
      2.1.5. Cardiac arrhythmias
      2.1.6. Post-infarction status
    2.2. Arterial hypertension
      2.2.1. Main principles
      2.2.2. Hypertensive crisis
    2.3. Vascular diseases
      2.3.1. Diffuse atherosclerosis
      2.3.2. Varicosis of the lower limbs
      2.3.3. Varicosis of anus and straight intestine
      2.3.4. Obliterating endarteritis, diabetic angiopathy, vibration disease, Raynaud's disease
      2.3.5. Lymphatic outflow disturbances, lymphatic edema
      2.3.6. Non-specific lymphadenitis
      2.3.7. Lymphangitis

CHAPTER 3. DIGESTIVE ORGANS DISEASES

    3.1. Main principles
    3.2. Diseases of esophagus
    3.3. Diseases of the stomach and duodenum
    3.4. Diseases of the liver and biliary tracts
    3.5. Diseases of the pancreas
    3.6. Diseases of the intestine
      3.6.1. Hemorrhoids

CHAPTER 4. DISEASES OF KIDNEYS AND URINARY TRACTS

    4.1. Main principles
    4.2. Zones of apparatus treatment
    4.3. Glomerulonephritis
    4.4. Pyelonephritis
    4.5. Urolithiasis
      3.5.1. An attack of urolithiasis
      3.5.2. Urolithiasis in absence of renal colic attack
    4.6. Pyelonephritis
    4.7. Urolithiasis

CHAPTER 5. ENDOCRINOUS DISEASES

    5.1. Diabetes mellitus
      5.1.1. Main principles
      5.1.1. Diabetes mellitus without complications
      5.1.1. Complicated diabetes mellitus
    5.2. Thyroid gland diseases
      5.2.1. Main principles
      5.2.2. Hyperthyrosis
      5.2.3. Hypothyrosis
      5.2.2. Nodular goiter
      5.2.5. Conditions after thyroid gland surgery

CHAPTER 6. OBSTETRICS. GYNECOLOGIC DISEASES

    6.1. Gynecologic zones
    6.2. Main principles
    6.3. Sterility (secondary sterility of adhesive or endocrinous
    6.4. Recurrent abortions
    6.5. Pregnancy period
    6.6. Childbirth period
    6.7. Postnatal period
    6.8. Hypogalactia
    6.9. Lactostasis
    6.10. Nipple cracks in a feeding woman
    6.11. Lactation mastitis
    6.12. Acute mastopathy
    6.13. Fibrocystic mastopathy
    6.14. Inflammatory diseases
    6.15. Fibromyoma, endometriosis, ovarian cysts
    6.16. Delayed puberty, menstrual cycle disorders, infantile uterus
    6.17. Preclimacteric and climacteric period
    6.18. Frigidity

CHAPTER 7. MALE GENITAL SPHERE DISEASES

    7.1. Prostatitis
    7.2. Prostate adenoma
    7.3. Impotency

CHAPTER 8. CHILDREN'S DISEASES

    8.1. Peculiarities of apparatus use in pediatric practice
    8.2. Selected children's diseases
      8.2.1. Asphyxia of the newborn
      8.2.2. Birth injuries of central nervous system and their consequences
      8.2.3. Hemolytic disease of the newborn
      8.2.4. Omphalitis (wetting umbilicus)
      8.2.5. Postnatal shoulder and scapular muscles paresis or paralysis
      8.2.6. Pertussis and parapertussis
      8.2.7. Allergic diathesis
      8.2.8. Disorders of psychological development (verbal, intellectual
      8.2.9. Infantile cerebral paralysis
      8.2.10. Enuresis

CHAPTER 9. NERVOUS DISEASES

    9.1. Main principles
    9.2. Stroke. Emergency aid
    9.3. Post-stroke conditions, consequences of craniocerebral injuries and central nervous system infections
    9.4. Muscular tonus disorders
    9.5. Logoneurosis
    9.6. Enuresis
    9.7. Trigeminal nerve neuralgia
    9.8. Facial neuritis
    9.9. Radiculopathy
    9.10. Infantile cerebral paralysis
    9.11. Headaches of various origin
    9.12. Dizziness
    9.13. Neurosensory hypoacusis
    9.14. Toxic lesion of the acoustic nerve

CHAPTER 10. SKIN DISEASES. COSMETOLOGY

    10.1. Main principles
    10.2. Infection diseases of skin and subcutaneous fat
    10.3. Dermatitis, eczema and skin lesions in systemic diseases
    10.4. Trophic ulcers
    10.5. Use of DENAS therapy in cosmetology

CHAPTER 11. DISEASES OF BONES, LIGAMENTS AND MUSCLES

    11.1. Main principles
    11.2. Strained ligaments
    11.3. Bones fractures
    11.4. Deforming arthrosis and arthritis
    11.5. Polyarthritis
    11.6. "Spurs" (osteophytes)
    11.7. Scoliosis

CHAPTER 12. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT DISEASES

    12.1. Otitis
    12.2. Angina and acute attack of chronic tonsillitis
    12.3. Acute maxillary sinusitis and acute attack of chronic maxillary sinusitis
    12.4. Neurosensory hypoacusis

CHAPTER 13. EYE DISEASES

    13.1. Special zones of DENAS treatment
    13.2. Nearsightedness and farsightedness
    13.3. Glaucoma and cataract
    13.4. Conjunctivitis
    13.5. Eye burn

CHAPTER 14. DISEASES OF ORAL CAVITY MUCOUS MEMBRANES, JAWS AND TEETH

    14.1. Deep caries
    14.2. Pulpitis
    14.3. Periodontitis
    14.4. Arthritis and arthrosis of the mandibular joint

CHAPTER 15. ONCOLOGIC DISEASES

CHAPTER 16. APPARATUS DENAS AID IN SELECTED EMERGENT CONDITIONS

    16.1. Main principles
    16.2. Consciousless patient. Clinical death. Uncertain situation
    16.3. Drowning
    16.4. High body temperature
    16.5. Insect bites
    16.6. Quincke's edema
    16.7. Urticaria
    16.8 Stopping of bleeding from a wound
    16.9. Burn. Frostbite
    16.10. Bronchial asthma attack. Hypertensive crisis. Cholelithiasis attack. Renal colic attack. Cerebral hemorrhage

CHAPTER 17. APPARATUS DENAS AID IN ALCOHOLIC INTOXICATION AND HANG-OVER

    17.1. Alcoholic intoxication (drunkenness)
    17.2. Abstinence (including hang-over syndrome)

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CARDIO
Using this device should not study. The only thing that is required, is to read through the small instruction, to find out, where and as electrodes of this device-bracelet should be located. Actually, it is the basic information which the user should know. All other process of use is automated: the device takes carrying out of a session under the control over that moment when you press the button «вкл».

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LADOS
This mode is not solving at rendering the urgent help, but is absolutely necessary for carrying out of posttraumatic rehabilitation. Impulses DENS included in this mode, gradually increase on capacity. It promotes effective reduction of muscles, and pauses between impulses provide to a muscle high-grade restoration after reduction.



ALLERGEN
To specify the diagnosis, it is necessary to address to the allergist who will lead specific diagnostics. To the patient skin test with allergen is put, and procedure is spent not during flowering - in November, December, January. The droplet of allergen is put on a leather, the scratch is done. As a result of allergic reaction there is an emission гистамина which causes волдырную reaction to a leather. After revealing allergen the doctor will give the recommendation on preventive maintenance.

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