PGJ Ganzevles Chronic toxic encephalopathy and pulsating electromagnetic field (QRS).
Based on a hypothesis that the cognitive functions of CTE-patients is due tot malfunctions of neurones in the central nervous system, rather than due to a loss of neurones, a 12-week investigation into the effects of pulsating electromagnetic fields (QRS) was scheduled with 5 CTE-patients. It was concluded that a short-term QRS-treatment had positive egfects on nervous system functions which facilitate or mediate behaviour-inhibition and motor control. No effect was measured on memory functions. After the 12-week treatment, two of the patients continued the treatment on their own responsibility and at their own expenses. Forty weeks thereafter these patients were reassessed and it appeared that the memory functions were enhanced. The enhancement of one of the 2 was such that he performed normal when compared to an age control group. It was concluded that pulsating magnetic fields may be able to reactivate malfunctioning CNS-neurones.
Treatment, CTE, Chronic Toxic Encephalopathy, pulsed magnetic fields. QRS