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Problems and treatment of diabetes mellitus of the I type
Vitaliy Valerievich Zubarev | 21.08.2003
Diabetes mellitus cases are rather often in the doctor’s practice. Unfortunately, most of the cases run uncompensated. This means the patient’s blood sugar level is constantly higher than the normal level due to relative or absolute deficiency of insulin. This condition leads to disorder of all types of metabolism in the body: protein metabolism, lipid exchange, carbohydrate metabolism, energy metabolism inside the cell, as well as to the loss of water and electrolyte. This results in impairment of blood circulation and feeding of organs and cells, slow restoration of the damaged cells and generation of the new ones, decrease of the immune force of the body, disorder of functions of the body organs and systems. The patient is practically unprotected from damaging environmental factors, easily catches infectious diseases and experiences many complications after rather slow recovery process. Cell feeding disorder and increased protein decomposition lead to progressive degeneration of all organs, development of diabetic nephropathy, angiopathy, neuropathy, ophthalmopathy, etc. These conditions are extremely difficult to correct and treat.
Our clinic had some interesting cases of diabetes mellitus of the I type, at stage of decompensation, accompanied by all possible complications.
We had two young female patients of 21 suffering from diabetes mellitus of the I type for over 10 years. This condition developed after the infectious disease the patients had undergone. During the whole period of having this disorder, the blood sugar was 20-30 millimole per litre, with the diet being followed and all means being taken to compensate it with various doses of insulin. Both patients had all possible complications progressively developing in the course of the disease. They complained of pains in the lumbar region (constantly exacerbating pyelonephritis), pains in the abdomen region (exacerbation of pancreatitis), impaired vision, dry skin and impaired pigmentation.
The patients were conducted two courses of treatment (10 days each), with one month’s pause. The first course of treatment resulted in remission of pyelonephritis and pancreatitis and decrease of the blood sugar level to 12-16 millimole per litre. During SCENAR-treatment the patients felt well. The second course of therapy was different. From the very the first session, one of the patients experienced hypoglycemia (decrease of the blood sugar level lower than the normal one), so the insulin dose had to be constantly corrected taking into account the showings of the blood sugar level. The other patient, suffering from this disease for a longer period, had hypoglycemia from the sixth session. These conditions were difficult to endure for the patients, since they got used to high blood sugar levels. After the second course of treatment, the blood sugar level of the first patient made up 5-6 millimole per litre and the insulin dose was significantly reduced. The blood sugar level of the second patient made up 7-8 millimole per litre, the insulin dose remained the same. The patients had no complaints of their general condition and well-being and noted increased vigour and working capacity.
Two months after the treatment, the patients’ conditions has not changed for the worse and the blood sugar level has not increased. Both patients are under constant observation.
Since treatment procedures involved only SCENAR-735, acupuncture needles and therapeutic blanket, without using any medications, this method can be successfully used for treatment of diabetes mellitus and its complications. This allows to correct blood sugar level, prevent and treat complications using minimum of medications (i.e. to avoid side-effects of drug therapy) and lead normal life for the patients.
Translated by Elena Khatkova “LET Medical”