Changes of the circulation parameters, during QRS treatment, of a 72-year-old woman with a peripheral arterial thrombosis(measuring point: left big toe).
Before QRS treatment: (left) A Rouleau partly with occlusions of erythrocytes (red blood cells). After QRS treatment: (right) The erythrocytes are visible one by one and can be well differentiated from on another.
Blood diagnostics before and after QRS treatment of this woman.
Changes of the blood before and after QRS treatment of a 57-year-old woman with angina pectoris (heart pains) 1997 (measuring point: left index finger).
Before QRS treatment: (left) Thrombosis of erythrocytes with possible prickles and a pronounced oxygen deficiency. After QRS treatment: (right) Regress of the thrombosis, forming of Roulleaus, regress of the oxygen deficiency.
Prof. Dr. Dr. habil J. Waldman, Prof.Dr. Ing. habil M. Krauss. Chefarzt Dr. med G.Grohman