Influence of Piler light on Changes of fermental system in organism of white mice at Experimental Flu
Normal functioning of both a human and an animal depends on various vital power sources: light, air, waters, food and electromagnetic wavesarriving from the environment.
Objective: to study the PILER (Polarized, Incoherent, LowEnergy Radiation)light action on proteinase, infectious, hemagglutinating activity in anorganism of white mice at experimental flu.
Materials and methods: 40 white mice (the line Balb/c, weight 13 14 gr),A/PR/8/34(H1N1) the flu virus, the device with PILER light.
Infection of mice with the flu virus has been carried out intranasal under anesthesia.The animals have been randomized into 4 groups, 10 animals in everygroup.
The first group was the control one for the animals.
The second group of animals was exposed to the influence PILER – light (control).
The third group of animals was infected with a lethal dose of the flu Avirus.
The fourth group also caught a lethal dose of the flu A virus andwas exposed to the influence PILER light (treatment).
Each mouse of the groups under experiment received 11 sessions of PILER light influence.
Results: proteinase, infectious, hemagglutinating activity and protein in the lungs and blood serum of healthy mice did not differ much from those in the group of healthy animals irradiated with PILER light.
The treatment of the animals previously infected with a lethal dose of virus A flu with PILER light detained the virus’s reproduction for a day. Infectious and hemagglutinating activity was lower in comparison with those in control group for virus.
20% of animals, having been treated with PILER light, were alive by the 14th day after infection,
while 100% fatality of animals in the control group took place by the 6th day after infection.
Conclusions: PILER light strengthens protective forces of an organism at flu.