Clinical study of treatment of allergic asthma and allergic rhinitis using BICOM 2000

Dr. Wang Jun, Dr. Lu Shu Jin, Tai’an City, China

OVERVIEW

Clinical study using the BICOM 2000 from March 2004 to September 2005 in the allergy centre of the Second Hospital.
The study comprised 2186 patients: 786 cases of allergic asthma and 593 cases of allergic rhinitis.
second hospital

Our overall results are summarised in the following table:

table

Illustration of therapy success

allergic table

Urticaria, Eczema

Neurodermatitis, Anaphylactic conjunctivitis, Solar dermatitis

Allergic purpura, Porokeratosis

ASSESSING THE CURATIVE EFFECT

The curative effect was assessed on the basis of the improvement seen in clinical symptoms and no recurrences in the past 6 months.

Recovery: Allergic symptoms disappear completely. No recurrences in the 6 months following completion of therapy.
Clearly effective: Allergic symptoms disappear completely. Appearance of mild symptoms following completion of therapy.
Effective: Visible improvement in allergic symptoms, however, there are recurrences following completion of therapy.
Ineffective: No visible improvement in allergic symptoms.

ALLERGIC ASTHMA

Diagnosis

More than 60 % of patients suffering from asthma have allergic asthma. The patient usually suffers from asthma during childhood and there is a family history of the disorder, accompanied by a hypersensitivity such as eczema or allergic rhinitis. Air pollution, smoke, sport, colds, stress etc. may trigger asthma.

Primary allergens

  • Seasonal allergens: pollen
  • Perennial allergens: house dust, mites,
    mould and feathers

Normally allergens are inhaled. Food, various chemical substances and medication may make the gastrointestinal tract or the skin sensitive to allergic attacks.
More attention should be paid to allergic asthma in order to ease the suffering of hypersensitive patients.

Symptoms, main triggers

  • Many patients suffering from asthma have a hypersensitivity such as allergic rhinitis, urticaria, chronic eczema or anaphylactic conjunctivitis.
  • The main triggers of allergic asthma attacks are allergens.

Allergy therapy center

Curative approaches

We normally control the symptoms using glucocorticoids. Although there is plenty of medication available to treat asthma, these cannot be used for desensitisation purposes and should only be used to keep the disorder under control. They are also damaging to health, especially children’s health. In comparison to traditional studies BICOM therapy has more than 500 allergen ampoules. Therefore it is very comfortable and easy to diagnose and treat allergic disorders. Asthmatics who have not yet reached adulthood can be treated successfully in 95 % of cases. BICOM therapy is a good method of desensitising and treating asthma.

Case 1: Li, female, aged 42

  • Case history: Asthma since the age of 3, conventional treatment, recurrent attacks, digestive problems.
  • Diagnosis: allergic asthma.
  • EAV diagnosis (6 April 2004): house dust, mites, apples, milk.

First treatment on 6 April 2004. The patient was instructed to avoid milk and apples.

Programs:

Basic program: 135 (conductance 56); 8 min;

IC: Saliva; DMI
Geopathic stress: Program 700

Scars program 910

IC: Saliva
I: Ball applicators in both hands
O: Modulation mat on back Improve bowel action: Program 930

IC: Saliva
I: Large flexible applicator on stomach
O: Modulation mat on back Food intolerance: Program 977

IC: Milk
O: Modulation mat on back, ball applicators in both hands Medication: Centrum

Test repeated on 13 April 2004: Conductance: 82, symptoms under control

Treatment:

Basic therapy
Geopathic stress Improve bowel action Food intolerance: Program 977

Test repeated on 20 April 2004: All symptoms had disappeared after a total of 8 treatments.

We treated the patient as follows: Dissolve block: Program 951, 915, 918
Improve bowel function: Program 930, 565, 561, 330, 331 Renal function weakness: Program 480, 481, 482 Acid-base balance: Program 812 Food intolerance: Program 977, 945, 998, 978

No recurrences to date.

Case 2: Shi, male, aged 9, schoolboy

  • Case history: cough, asthma since the age of 6, rhinitis and itching eyes. Neither antihistamines
  • Diagnose:
    1. Allergic asthma
    2. Allergic rhinitis
    3. Anaphylactic conjunctivitis

Testing began on 10 May 2004: Grass mix, Populus sppl. (tree in China),Robinia (pseudoacacia), fish mix I, mackerel, house dust, mites, mould, formaldehyde. BICOM 2000 therapy: The patient is instructed to avoid contact with fish and to take vitamins. Basic therapy: Ai, program 131, 5 min Bronchitis: Program 423 (Di)

IC: Saliva
I: Square flex. applicator on chest
O: Modulation mat on back

Cold allergy: Program 992 (H+Di), 3 min

IC: Water
I: Flex. applicator over both kidneys
O: Modulation mat on back

Head cold: Program 500

IC: Saliva; OC: Water
I: Roll roller applicator over nasal area
O: Modulation mat on back

Desensitisation: Program 977

IC: Grass mix
O: Modulation mat on back,
ball applicators in both hands

Testing on 17 May 2004: Less coughing, improvement
in symptoms: asthma, rhinitis and itching
eyes.

Basic program: 131
Improve lung function: Program 423
Chesty cough: Program 540
Conjunctivitis: Program 525
Desensitisation: Program 978

Drink more than 2 litres of water, no pork.

Testing on 24 May 2004: The cough had disappeared, only slight rhinitis. All symptoms disappeared after 6 treatments. No recurrence to date.

Additional treatment:

Improve lung function: Program 423, 211, 540 Cold allergy: Program 992
Rhinitis: Program 500, 610, 514 and propolis
Conjunctivitis: Program 525, 418
Increase in resistance: Program 570
Desensitisation:
Program 977, 978, 979, 963, 945, 944

Case 3: Sun, male, aged 39

  • Case history: chest pains, sneezing for 3 years, skin feels cold, takes antibiotics and anti-asthmatic drugs
  • Diagnosis: allergic asthma
  • EAV diagnosis (7 July 2004): Dog (fur, excretions), Scots pine, plantago, mould and dermatophagoides farinae (mites).

Treatment: Begins 31 July 2004.
Basic program: 130
Geopathy balance: Program 700
Scar interference: Program 910, 900
Improve lung function: Program 423
Desensitisation: Program 978

Testing on 8 August 2004: No improvement in symptoms. Patient was instructed to collect allergens from his local environment.

Testing on 14 August 2004: LALA grass (a type of plant in China) is the key allergen.

Therapy:

Basic therapy: 130
Geopathy balance: Program 700
Scar interference: Program 900
Impaired renal function: Program 480
Desensitisation: Program 998 (Ai)
Amplification: 58, 5 min
Medication: Centrum

Testing on 20 August 2004: Symptoms under control, but relapse on 10 Sept. due to contact with dog. As a result, we desensitised the dog.

Programs:

Detoxication of lungs:
Program 423, 800, 210, 211
Increase in resistance: Program 570
Increase in respiratory volume: Program 541
Immune deficiency: Program 582, 953

IC: Saliva, blood
I: Flex. applicator on thymus
O: Modulation mat on back

Desensitisation: Program 998, 977, 945, 995, 996

After 4 further treatments the patient was free of symptoms.

Highlights of BICOM 2000 therapy

Experience has taught us that it is very important to take into account the digestive system, in particular the bowel. The bowel is not only a digestive organ but also an immune organ. A disturbed bowel function is damaging for the immune system. Particular attention is therefore given to improving bowel function.
Of course there may be an exacerbation at the start of treatment, but don’t give up. An initial worsening in biological condition is a sign that there is a reaction and/or dissolution of the blockages. Check the key allergen, amplification and therapy time. For most cases we find Program 998, amplification 52~60 works best.

ALLERGIC RHINITIS

Diagnosis

The nasal mucous membrane is an important part of the mucous membrane system. It is a sensitive and effective organ and is able to create a balance between the upper respiratory tracts and resistant chemical stimuli. Having a runny or blocked nose during key allergy times in the spring, summer or autumn could indicate seasonal allergic rhinitis or hay fever. It mainly affects the eyes and nose. “Allergic rhinitis” is a hypersensitivity of the nasal mucous membrane.

Therapy

  • At present we usually treat the symptoms with glucocorticoids, anti-allergy medication, steroids, labrocyte membrane stabilisers (no side effects), decongestants and anti-cholinergic drugs, leucotriene antagonists, lasers etc. Each of these treatments costs time and money but cannot control the symptoms.
  • As air pollution and stress increase so the incidence of allergic rhinitis increases by 10-15 %.
  • Conventional medicine has not succeeded in finding a cure for allergic rhinitis. With BICOM bioresonance technology we are in a position to diagnose and effectively cure allergic disorders.

Case 1: Dong, male, aged 44

Sneezing, blocked nose, itching eyes and skin for 10 years. He has taken antihistamines and traditional Chinese medicine but no treatment has resulted in any improvement.

Diagnosis:

  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Anaphylactic conjunctivitis
  • Chronic urticaria

Testing on 24 April 2004: Fish mix I, fungus mix I, grass mix, potatoes, house dust, mites, etc.

BICOM 2000 therapy:

Basic program: Ai, Program 130 Geopathy: Program 710 Scar interference: Program 910, 900

Nasal therapy: Program 500

OC: Water
I: Roll over nose with roller applicator
O: Modulation mat on back

Desensitisation: Program 999
Medication: Centrum

Testing on 29 April 2004: Symptoms under control
except for itching eyes.

Treatment:

Basic program: 130
Geopathy: Program 710
Scar interference: Program 910, 900
Rhinitis: Program 500, 525 (with eye applicator)
Impaired renal function: Program 480
Desensitisation: Program 998
Amplification: 52, 6 min

Testing on 5 May 2004: Symptoms under control except for itching eyes.

Treatment:

Basic program: 101
Skin disorder (toxin elimination): Program 970
Rhinitis: Program 500, 525 (with eye applicator)
Desensitisation: Program 945

Testing on 12 May 2004: Symptoms had disappeared after 7 treatments.

Treatment:

Skin disorder (toxin elimination): Program 970, 480, 930

Follow-up therapies:
Program 500, 610, 514, 525, 418

Skin disorders: Program 442, 350, 480, 991, 963
Desensitisation: Program 998, 999, 945, 192.

No recurrences to date.

Case 2: Yi, female

Sneezing, itching nose for 3 years.
Case history: Cold air, odours, pig, urticaria.
Testing on 5 June 2004: Fish mix, pork,
C. herbarum, house dust, mites, willow (spp.),
Chenopodium album (goosefoot family), dog.

Treatment:

Basic program: 130
Geopathy: Program 700
Scar interference: Program 910
Rhinitis: Program 500, 610
Desensitisation: Program 999, 998

No longer in contact with the allergen.

Testing on 21 June 2004: Symptoms under control.

Basic program: 130
Geopathy: Program 700
Bronchitis: Program 423
Cold allergy: Program 992
Rhinitis: Program 500
Desensitisation: Program 998 (Ai)
Amplification 56, 5 min

Testing on 28 June 2004: Symptoms had disappeared.

Follow-up treatment:

Geopathy: Program 700 Scar interference: Program 910 Detoxication: Program 423, 970
Cold allergy: Program 992 Rhinitis: Program 500, 610, 514 Desensitisation:
Program 998, 999, 945, 978, 963, 944.

No recurrences to date.

Limited therapy experience

  • Difficult to treat rhinostenosis (narrowing of the passages in the nasal cavities)
  • Difficult to treat after a nasal operation
  • Difficult to treat hay fever if the patient continues to come into contact with the allergen.

Thank you for your attention.

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