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Vladimir A.Mikhaylov

Vladimir A.Mikhaylov

Eternity Medicine Institute, Dubai

Title: Newly discovered way of the function of cardio-vascular system and the latest theory of the development of hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases

Biography

1982 - After receiving his medical degree from the Ryazan medical institute named after I.P. Pavlov (M.D.) protected  a degree of  Ph.D. (Formation dublical anastomosis in surgery of intestinum and pancreas. 1994 - received a degree  Sci.D. in  National center of laser medicine in Moscow (Use of low- level of laser radiation in treatment of oncology diseases.  1997 - Нead of Moscow Scientific-Practical Center of laser Medicine.  1999 - selected in Board of directors (EMLA), direction – oncology and angiology in Vienna, Austria.  2001- President  of the VIIIth Congress of European Medical Laser Association (EMLA), Moscow, Russia. The member of international editorial board of the “Laser Therapy”.  2009 - Has been recognized as an International Medical Laser Specialist at class: Hon-IMeLas, Number: H-0017, Congress ISLSM, WFSLMS, Tokyo, November 27, 2009.  2013 - Physician Contract with Eternity Medicine Institute, Dubai, Social activity. 2015 - Award winner - Ming Chien Kao Awards 2015 (For publishing article- . Use of intravenous laser blood irradiation (ilbi) at 630-640 nm to prevent vascular diseases and to increase life expectancy.  Laser  Therapy, vol 24(2015), No.1,  p.15-26).

 

Abstract

Statement of the Problem: It is known that the power of the heart alone is about 3.3 W, and the length of the vessels is about 100,000 km. It made us doubt that with this power the heart can deliver blood to the capillary bed. Effects on the vascular wall of various modes of laser radiation (wavelength of 630-640 nm.) showed that if continuous radiation did not affect the parameters of blood pressure, frequency regimes had an impact. This leads us to the idea that the root cause of the development of different cardiovascular diseases is the system disturbance of the activity of the vascular pump leads to the increase of intra vascular pressure and the emergence of the hypertensive illness and the coronary heart disease.

Theoretical Orientation: To confirm this idea that the main role in

he delivery of blood to tissues primarily played by the vessels and not the heart, we conducted the following studies: 1. Built a new mathematical model .  2. Changed features of the anatomical structure of different types of arteries. 3. Explained how the synchronization of the heart and blood vessels transporting blood to the tissues.

Conclusion & Significance: The main role in transportation of blood to the capillary bed play a artery, the power of the heart  is only 0,49 -0,027% of the power needed to transport blood to the capillary bed. The vascular pump is regulated by the frequency of contractions of the heart muscle and is tightly synchronized with the work of the heart. The rapid spread of the pulse wave creating a suction effect. Following the reduction of the vessel wall, the blood just drawn from the aorta and large arteries to the smaller vessels down to the capillary bed. Systematic irregularities in the vascular pump are the starting point in the development of hypertension. These illnesses may be both local and systemic, depending on the size and location of pathological changes in the vascular wall.

Recommendations: It is necessary to conduct further studies to confirm the mechanisms of development of hypertension.

References:

  1. McDonald, D.A.: Blood flow in arteries. Second ed. London: Arnold 1974.
  2. GUYTON, A.C., YOUNG, D.B. (Eds): Cardiovascular Physiology III, Vol. 18, Baltimore: University Park Press, 1979.
  3. Mikhaylov V.A., (2007) Intravenous laser blood irradiation, Greece, 2007, 102 p.
  4. Mikhaylov V.A., (2015), Use of intravenous laser blood irradiation (ilbi) at 630-640 nm to prevent vascular diseases and to increase life expectancy. Laser Therapy, vol 24, No.1, p.15-26
  5. Mikhaylov V.A., (2016) Ming Chien Kao Awards 2015, Laser Therapy, mar 2016, vol. 25, No.1, p.9-10.