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Cytotron 2

  1. 1. CYTOTRON® 864 THE MIRACLE MACHINE
  2. 2. PART-1 CYTOTRON® 864
  3. 3. A SAFE NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS WITH NO SIDE EFFECTS
  4. 4. •Cytotron generates RFQMR from 864 Guns. •RFQMR is a high power multi-frequency, electromagnetic beam. •RFQMR alters TMP to start Cell Division (Mitosis). •Stimulation of chondrocytes mitosis leads to cartilage regeneration. •It is a new device for In-Vivo and In-Vitro Tissue Regeneration /Degeneration and Repair Engineering. •The work on this Technology started in 1987 and is based on and is somewhat similar to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. TISSUE ENGINEERING: WB-RFQMR
  5. 5. TISSUE REGENERATION FOR TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS The first Whole Body Rotational Field Quantum Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (WB-RFQMR), designed to expose the whole Human Body to Polymodulated Resonating Radio Frequency Signals for therapeutic purposes. Throughout life cells die and are replaced. In our youth, this balance is maintained. With age and other problems, cells replaced are less than cells dying. In cartilage this leads to decreased cartilage mass. If we cause chondrocytes to regenerate, then osteoarthritis can be reversed. Altering TMP with the help of Radio Medicine can alter cell mitosis.
  6. 6. Near-Radio and Radio frequencies. This part of the EM spectrum used for the first time in Medical Field. Currently used in Oceanography and Submarines RFQMR ON THE EM SPECTRUM
  7. 7. Many cellular activities are closely linked with the trans- membrane potential (TMP). TMP plays an important role in the synthesis of many proteins Selective alteration of TMP can initiate synthesis of HSP group of proteins initiating mitosis or production of p53 group of proteins arresting active mitosis. BASIS OF RFQMR THERAPY
  8. 8. CHONDROGENESIS No change in equilibrium between hydrogen proton and negative charge carriers in the extra cellular cartilage matrix – No Stream Potential. A Streaming potential is created in the ECM during load bearing caused by the efflux of fixed negative charged fluid forced out of cartridge tissue with active influx of hydrogen proton.
  9. 9. Generation of streaming voltage potentials flow in the joint is caused by forced movement of hydrogen Protons in the ECM due to alteration in RFQMR spin in the Hydrogen atoms, causing stimulation of Chondrocytes in the ECM. MECHANISM OF THE EFFECT OF RFQMR SPIN ON THE CONDROCYTES
  10. 10. Ability to communicate with the cells and take over the cell’s command and control and effect successful regeneration. Inducing communication between the genes and the protoplasmic glycoproteinic complexes (PGC) to promote cell mitosis. HYPOTHESIZED MECHANISM OF ACTION RFQMR IN THE TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS
  11. 11.  The most common form of arthritis is Osteoarthritis.  One out of eight adults are affected by this.  The Cartilage wears out.  Bone rubs against bone.  Joints are less able to absorb shock. OSTEOARTHRITIS
  12. 12.  Age  Overweight  General wear and tear of joints.  Estrogen deficiency – Post-menopause women.  Joint injury – Single / Repeated  Repeated joint stress - squatting, kneeling, or heavy lifting.  Joint diseases - rheumatoid arthritis, Gout  Genetic predisposition. CONTRIBUTORY FACTORS: OSTEOARTHRITIS
  13. 13.  Grating sound  Pain  Stiffness  Deformity  Loss of mobility EFFECTS OF OSTEOARTHRITIS
  14. 14. •Pain Killers / Herbal Medicines. •Physiotherapy / Exercises. •Hot / Cold applications, Paraffin bath etc. •Supportive measures: Rest, Weight loss, •Assistive device: Brace, Walking stick, Walker, Wheel chair. •Intra-articular injections. •Surgery – joint replacement. TREATMENT OPTIONS
  15. 15. Now another option is placed Radio Medicine using Cytotron
  16. 16. • Patient selection. • Pre treatment tests. • Patient lies on Cytotron bed. • Bed goes inside gantry. • RFQMR Beam is focused on the treatment area using LASER guides • Dose: Calculated & applied by CYTOTRON. • Duration of treatment: 30 to 60 minutes daily for 21 days METHOD OF TREATMENT: CYTOTRON
  17. 17. Considerations  Proton density of tissue  Tissue / Air reflection  Tissue / Air refraction  Permeability  Penetration  Conductivity Hence focus is by:  Target  Fixed proton density RFQMR DOSIMETRY
  18. 18. DEFORMITY COMPENSATION
  19. 19. The Patient experiences no pain or discomfort. Some patients experience: Mild tingling sensation Pin-prick feeling DURING THERAPY
  20. 20. Subjective Improvement: o Pain Relief o Walk more comfortably o Decreased deformity o Squat down on the floor o Climb stairs Ref:IJASM 2004; 48(2): 1 – 7,(Journal of India's Armed Forces) Sainik Samachar Vol. 51 - No.16, 16-31 HOW PATIENT KNOWS HE IS BETTER
  21. 21.  X-rays / MRI shows growth in cartilage  Dynamometry shows increased joint capacity  Goniometry - Range of Motion, Extension, Flexion  Better Joint Stability  Improved Alignment OBJECTIVE IMPROVEMENT
  22. 22. Pre – Exposure Pre – Exposure Post Exposure Post Exposure
  23. 23. RANGE OF KNEE MOVEMENT
  24. 24. PAIN SCORE
  25. 25. DYNAMOMETRY
  26. 26. TOTAL KNEE SCORE
  27. 27. *Results are for n=202 or 404 knees. Results are under publication. Values are for Mean +SEM, * represents r < 0.001 between pre-treatment and immediate post treatment, t represents r < 0.001 between pre-treatment and 90 days post-treatment. RESULT OF PHASE II CONCLUDED*
  28. 28.  Success - 85% very good, -10 to 15 % fair  Failure - 5 to 10 %  Harm to patient – Zero %  Duration of effectiveness: 4 years + RESULTS
  29. 29. 80% chances that the patient is saved from surgery. Surgery is possible if Cytotron is not effective, but Cytotron therapy is not an alternative after failure of Surgery. CONCLUSION

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