Category Archives: Scientific Studies

Scientific studies about Bicom therapies using Bicom 2000 and Bicom Optima

Tests on the transduction of acetic acid information via an electronic amplifier

Erfahrungsheilkunde Acta medica empirica Journal for medical practice Offprint (EHK7/1998) Peter Kreisl Summary The transfer of bioenergetic information facilitates a new scientific approach to the specialist area of biology, in particular methods of medical diagnosis and therapy. This paper demonstrates that, by transferring acetic acid information to inorganic salt solutions by means of an electronic […]

Bioresonance Therapy Corrects the Immunodeficiency of Chernobyl mice

Sakharov D., Savtsova Z., Indyk V., Kovhsyuk S., Voieikova I., Zaritskaia M., Orlovsky  A.,  Serkiz Ja., Kavetsky R. E.  Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology, and Radiobiology of the National Academy of Science of the Ukraine Lednyickzy G. Hippocampus Research Facilities, Central Division, 1031 Budapest, Nardi tit 67, Hungary, Tel/fax: 36-1-1884865 Abstract: The investigation was carried […]

Prospective randomised study to check the results of treatment using endogenous electromagnetic fields, in the case of slight liver cell damage

Introduction The fundamental question of how a living organism such as a human being, which is composed of an astronomical number of cells, is able to coordinate BICOM optima®l function and above all the entire life cycle (cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, etc.) of each individual cell in such a way that the integrity of the […]

Effect of Bioresonance Therapy on Antioxidant System in Lymphocytes in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

B. I, Islamov, R. M. Balabanova, V. A. untikov, Yu. V. Gotovskii, and E. E. Meizerov” Translated from Byulleten Experimental noi Biologii Meditsiny, Vol. 134, No. 9. pp. 237-190, September, 2002 Original article submitted January 24, 2002 We measured activities of superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase and content of nonprotein thiol groups (reduced glutathione) […]

Biological EIVIFs cause considerable changes in the viability of the heat shock treated chrysalises of Drosophila melanogaster.

Sakharov D., The R_E.Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology, National Academy of Science of Ukraine Waiserman A., Koshel N., The Institute of Gerontology, National Academy of Science of Ukraine Gabor Lednyiczky, Ffippocampus Research Facilities, Central Division, 1031 Budapest, Ninesi tat 67, Hungary, let/fax 36-1-1886865 ABSTRACT: It has been long suspected that biological electromagnetic […]

Allergological diagnosis using biophysical technology

by Prof. Dr. E. Giannazzo, Dr. med. S. Valenti and Dr. med. D. Puzzo Physiology Faculty, Chair of Biophysics at the University of Catania (Catania Medica, p. 9 ff) 1. Introduction A team of scientists from the Biophysics Faculty together with colleagues from other faculties has for years been planning a biophysical research study aimed at demonstrating […]

Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Stimulation May Lead to Regression of Morris Hepatoma in Buffalo Rats

ARTUR FEDOROWSKI, M.D, Ph.D., ANDRZEJ STECIWKO, M.D, Ph.D. and JERZY RABCZYNSKI, M.D, Ph.D ABSTRACT Objective: The influence of low-frequency electromagnetic (LF-EM) waves on the processes of carcino­genesis and tumor growth has been the subject of experimental investigations for more than two decades and the results are promising. In parallel, an interesting method of complementary medicine, biophysical-informa­tion […]

Bioresonance Device for Treatment of Allergic Diseases

By Yuan Ze, Huang Jiali, Wang Haiyan and Yu Chunyan (Pediatrics Department of Xi’an Central Hospital, Xi’an, Zip code: 710003) [Abstract]: The BICOM Bioresonance device (BICOM 2000) produced by the German company Regumed was used in allergen detection and desensitization therapy in 154 patients. The inverted and amplified biological wave of the allergen was transferred back […]

Evidence for the Efficacy of a Bioresonance Method in Smoking Cessation: A Pilot Study

Aylin Pihtilia, Michael Galleb, Caglar Cuhadaroglu, Zeki Kilicaslana, Halim Isseverd, Feyza Erkana, Tulin Cagataya, Ziya Gulbarana Summary Background: Since the 1970s, MORA bioresonance therapy has globally been applied in the context of complementary medicine for various indications. In this regard, practitioners also report successful application in smoking cessation. The present study aims to verify these […]

Effects of Bioresonance application on MG-63 osteosarcoma cells

ZEYNEP SÜMER, TUĞÇE NAİME GEDİK, TUTKU TUNÇ, KEMAL ÖZERKAN CUMHURİYET UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL, DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY , Sivas CUMHURİYET UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Microbiology pharmocologic Objective: Bioresonance therapy is a method which aims to intervene in the body by means of material specific weak electromagnetic frequencies with the use of specific medical devices where electromagnetic […]