pulsing magnetic field

pulsing magnetic field

A format for delivering chemotherapy in which a toxic drug (e.g., mitomycin C) is injected into a solid tumour followed by the administration of magnetic pulses, which directs the toxic agent to cancer sites.
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Another study evaluated the effects of a pulsing magnetic field on disease activity in 30 persons with MS.[18] Fifteen of the people wore an active pulsing magnetic field device and the other fifteen received an inactive device.
Pulsing magnetic field therapy is thought to affect persons with MS by altering calcium transport across cell membranes which may facilitate axonal conduction in a demyelinated nerve.
[18.] Richards TL, Lappin MS, Acosta-Urquidi J et al: Double-bind study of pulsing magnetic field effects on multiple sclerosis.