Partial Recovery of Sensitivity in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury and Dimuition of Visual Clouding and Floaters with the Use of Analog Electrostimulation

Authors : Cynelle Olívia De Souza

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Spinal cord injuries are disabling and irreversible events. Numerous are the researches developed in order to promote the reduction of the harmful effects and the spinal cord regeneration. However, this still remains a challenge to science and medicine. The present work consists of a case study whose main objective is to verify the effect of controlled magnetoelectrotherapy on nervous tissue regeneration at the central level and the possible recovery of some degree of function of the patient with paraglegia or tetraplegia due to spinal cord injury. Possible benefits that could be obtained through the application of high voltage pulsed currents would be: the use of new nerve pathways, intact; the formation of pores in the glial scar and in the neural membranes that surround the site of the lesion, and through them the ions could move ; and the transmission of substances from the cells, including those of the protoplasmic astrocytes to stem cells present in the medulla. The magnets would assist in changing the direction of the moving ions, potentiating the applied electrical pulses.

Keywords : Magnetoelectrothermotherapy; Injury; Marrow; Recovery.


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