Cirrhosis treatment with hyperthermia

We call cirrhosis or liver cirrhosis to scarring and poor liver function. This is the final phase of a chronic liver disease.
Your symptoms may occur gradually or not show. They can be: pain, indigestion, difficulty for thinking, impotence, nausea and vomiting, bleeding gums, nosebleeds, clay-colored stools, visible blood vessels under the skin, accumulation of fluid in the legs and abdomen, blood in vomit or stool, weakness , weight loss, yellowing of the skin, membranes, mucous and eyes.

The most known causes of cirrhosis are alcoholism and a lasting infection with hepatitis C. However, other causes also trigger this disease such as autoimmune liver inflammation, dysfunction of the biliary system, Hepatitis B, excessive medication, metabolic imbalances iron and copper, and NAFLD or NASH.

When cirrhosis appears is not possible to heal the liver or return its original normal operation. It is a serious condition that can lead to many complications.

Cirrhosis treatment with hyperthermia

A gastroenterologist or liver specialist (hepatologist) should help evaluating and managing these problems. Cirrhosis can even lead to the need for a ransplant in extreme cases.

Deep local hyperthermia treatment is ideal for patients with this disease as adjunctive therapy.

Two electrodes are placed strategically into head, thorax, abdomen, neck, limbs or pelvis, and it is applied, a noninvasively frequency of 13.56MHz creating a constant temperature of 43.5°C in cells for one hour. The cycles are repeated alternating days until complete 10 sessions, and after the patient rests during 21 days before a new application if necessary. The number of cycles required is measured by the patient’s progress.

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