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|Peking University, China|
|Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Cytol Histol|
|Antibiotics have been the only effective treatment to bacterial infections in the past 70 years of medical history. However, due to the abuse of antibiotics, the resistance of bacteria has developed, leading to failures of antibiotics and serious environment hazards worldwide. As the growth of bacteria requires cultural media, which are edemas in human bodies, we propose to kill bacteria hence to treat the infection by anti-edema technologies. We herein introduce a physical treatment, the bioelectricity resonance technology (BERT), to serve as an anti-edema approach. In this study, we use the BERT to treat two groups of patients with edemas and bacterial infections respectively, analyze the statistical result and discuss the mechanism of the treatment technology. The decrease of elasticity of capillary walls causes swelling and edemas around tissue cells and the BERT restores the active cell potential of smooth cells hence their elasticity by resonating the human bioelectricity system. The extraordinary effectiveness of the BERT to both edemas and infections proves our hypothesis that the formation of edemas is one of the major causes of bacterial infections and the anti-bacterial purpose can be achieved by eliminating edemas. Therefore, we believe the BERT has potentials to replace antibiotics in the near future.|
Yuling Wang has received her PhD degree from the St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London, UK. She has been working as an Associate Professor at Peking University since 2001. She has developed the theory of bioelectricity medicine in her book “Bioelectricity Medicine and Chinese Medicine” published in 2008 and co-authored in the book “Bioelectromagnetic and Subtle Energy Medicine” published in 2014. She has also invented medical devices based on the bioelectricity resonance technology (BERT), endorsed by the Chinese government to be widely promoted in China. In 2012, the first hospital based on the BERT was established in Beijing with she as the President.
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