Intravenous laser blood irradiation (ILBI)
The intravenous laser blood irradiation, better known as “Laser blood clearance”, is a unique, state-of-the-art method of physical therapy to reinforce the immune system, eliminate inflammatory processes, and improve metabolism and vascular tone. This also contributes to renewal of the human body.
Phytobiological effect upon the blood which occurs in blood streams activates immunodefences; therefore, this local effect may correct and eliminate numerous functional disorders of various human organs.
In addition to its immunostimulatory action, ILBI has pain-relieving, biostimulatory, antioedemic, antioxidative and antibacterial effects.
A needle point to be introduced into an accessible vein is equipped with a light guide. Within 20 – 60 minutes (duration depends upon patients’ individual differences), all blood cells flowing inside this vein are irradiated via this guide.
Intravenous laser blood irradiation
ILBI results in:
- A higher rate of transportation of oxygen and nutrient materials by erythrocytes, as well as their better capacity to penetrate smaller vessels. The procedure improves blood rheological properties (blood viscosity), because this indicator depends largely upon erythrocytes.
- The procedure also normalizes properties of thrombocytes to improve blood clotting ability.
- It increases vessel wall elasticity; vascular distention occurs followed by decrease in arterial blood pressure. The vascular distention results in recovery of blood circulation in all the internals, breakdown products are actively removed from the body; recovery of inherent regenerative processes takes place.
- The procedure also activates leucocytes to absorb viruses and other “foreigners”, such as macrophages, granulocytic cells, and T- and B-lymphocytes. The ILBI procedure controls interaction of various types of leucocytes to thus reinforce cell- and antibody-mediated immunity, as well as improve antibacterial properties of blood. This results in pain relieving effects and decrease in inflammatory responses.