RU2277000C2 - Device for regulating metabolism processes during experiment - Google Patents

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RU2277000C2
RU2277000C2 RU2004106747/14A RU2004106747A RU2277000C2 RU 2277000 C2 RU2277000 C2 RU 2277000C2 RU 2004106747/14 A RU2004106747/14 A RU 2004106747/14A RU 2004106747 A RU2004106747 A RU 2004106747A RU 2277000 C2 RU2277000 C2 RU 2277000C2
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Михаил Ираклиевич Спиридонов (RU)
Михаил Ираклиевич Спиридонов
Александр Алексеевич Ануфриев (RU)
Александр Алексеевич Ануфриев
Игорь Кимович Новиков (RU)
Игорь Кимович Новиков
Нафис Юрьевна Сибгатулина (RU)
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Михаил Ираклиевич Спиридонов
Александр Алексеевич Ануфриев
Игорь Кимович Новиков
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61NELECTROTHERAPY; MAGNETOTHERAPY; RADIATION THERAPY; ULTRASOUND THERAPY
    • A61N1/00Electrotherapy; Circuits therefor
    • A61N1/16Screening or neutralising undesirable influences from or using, atmospheric or terrestrial radiation or fields
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61NELECTROTHERAPY; MAGNETOTHERAPY; RADIATION THERAPY; ULTRASOUND THERAPY
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Abstract

FIELD: medicine.
SUBSTANCE: device has structured material samples and screen, both disposed onto basis where structured material samples are made in form inhibitor and/or catalyst and screen is made of polycrystalline materials. Inhibitor and/or catalyst are screened from each other as well as special screens screen them from environmental influence.
EFFECT: improved efficiency of regulation; reduced influence of environment.
2 cl, 1 ex, 1 dwg

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The invention can be applied in experimental medicine and biology to regulate metabolic processes in an experiment.
A device for the therapeutic effect on the body of a non-uniform constant magnetic field, which is a plate with a ferrite layer (V. M. Bogolyubov and G. N. Ponomarenko. General physiotherapy. Moscow-St. Petersburg, 1998, p. 141-151). Plates wrapped in plastic film are applied to the lesion area with the side with the ferrite layer and fixed with, for example, a bandage. One of the disadvantages of the known device is the non-natural origin of the material, which is a chemical compound of oxides, which reduces the effectiveness of the impact.
The objective of the invention is to provide a device that allows you to regulate the processes of metabolism in an experiment using natural materials. The problem is solved in that the device is made in the form of two samples of crystalline natural material, while one of the samples is made of a material having the property of inhibiting metabolic processes, and the second - the property of activating metabolic processes. Each sample is equipped with a movable screen made of polycrystalline material.
Preferably, the samples were shielded between each other and from the influence of the external environment screens.
The drawing shows an example implementation of the claimed device.
A device for regulating metabolic processes in the experiment contains samples of structured crystalline natural material 1, 2, screens 3, 4 located on the base 5, in which these samples are made as inhibitor 1 and activator 2, and screens 3, 4 are made of polycrystalline material. The inhibitor 1 and activator 2 are shielded from each other and from the influence of the external environment by screens 3 and 4, respectively.
The device operates as follows.
Samples in the form of plates 1, 2 are placed, for example, in transparent hermetically sealed plastic packaging placed in a booklet consisting of a cover book (base 5) of opaque material with two files-pockets of transparent material fixed inside it movably with transverse folds dividing each file into two equal parts. Inhibitor 1, activator 2, and screens 3 and 4 are embedded in transparent pocket files, the pocket files being made in such a way that the screens can be placed on opposite sides of the inhibitor and activator. Inhibitor 1 and activator 2 are placed in separate pockets, and next to them in other pockets are movable screens 3 and 4, which enable and disable the activator and inhibitor. For example, when the book is open on the side of the inhibitor, screen 3 isolates the inhibitor and activator between itself, and screen 4 closes the device from the influence of the external environment.
In order to regulate the complexes of biosystems in order to obtain quasistationary states under constantly changing external conditions (and hence the characteristics of metabolic processes), one can resort to the selection of appropriate materials and devices that are inhibitors and / or activators. In this case, the materials in the device can be varied, for example, iron, amber, etc. can be used.
An example of using the claimed device.
Conducted an experiment with rats. 50 experimental rats were irradiated with a dose of 400 X-rays, which is fatal for rats. During irradiation, a zeolite with the property of inhibiting metabolic processes was used in the form of litter (inhibitor) in the container where the experimental rats were located. All irradiated rats (25 animals) in the container remained alive after irradiation, and died without zeolite bedding. During the recovery period, of the order of a month, shungite, which has the property of activating metabolic processes, was used as a litter for 12 rats. And the remaining 13 rats recovered without activator. With the activator, all rats recovered to their normal functional state in two weeks. Without an activator, 6 rats recovered in 4 weeks, 5 rats did not recover during this time, but remained alive, and 2 rats died after three weeks.
Thus, the claimed device allows to increase the efficiency of regulation of metabolic processes in the experiment by reducing the influence of magnetic field gradients.

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1. A device for regulating metabolic processes in an experiment, characterized in that it is made in the form of samples from crystalline natural material, wherein one of the samples is made of a material having the property of inhibiting metabolic processes, and the second sample is made of a material having the property of activating processes metabolism, and each sample is equipped with a movable screen made of polycrystalline material.
2. The device according to claim 1, characterized in that the samples are shielded between each other and from the external environment by screens.
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