BioLogic-HT system

BioLogic-HT system

A system for extracorporeal whole-body hyperthermia system and blood detoxifier, which was touted in the late 1990s as a therapy for small-cell carcinoma and HIV disease. It was subsequently discontinued in 1998.
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The companies also announced that the BioLogic-HT System is currently being used in FDA approved studies of whole-body hyperthermia in the treatment of HIV.
HemoCleanse designs and manufactures the BioLogic-HT System which consists of the BioLogic-HT, the BioLogic-HTA(TM) and a single use disposable kit.
These add-on modules are the BioLogic-PF System, which is designed to remove intermediate and protein-bound toxins; the BioLogic-PFC System, which is designed to provide the synthetic function of the liver utilizing a bioreactor filled with porcine hepatocytes; and the BioLogic-HT System, which is designed to simultaneously balance blood chemistries while achieving a controlled elevation of blood temperature.
of Pittsburgh, in the clinical trials of HemoCleanse's BioLogic-HT system in the whole body hyperthermia treatment (WBHT) of AIDS patients.
In contrast to other therapies employing WBHT, the BioLogic-HT system controls blood chemistries on a real-time basis, eliminating the chemical imbalance problems associated with other WBHT efforts, and allowing for a safer procedure.