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DESCRIPTION
The device is designed to stimulate the non-specific protection of cellular and humoral immunity, to provide a general strengthening and anti-inflammatory effect, it is indicated for the treatment of many common diseases (see: Instructions for use). Due to the short-term impulse effect, UV radiation practically does not cause skin redness.

The device and the treatment method implemented by it were developed by Yu.M. Belyaev (Ph.D., doctor of economics, professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences) patented it in Russia. The mechanism of action of the impulse effect of the "Ecosvet1" device has been studied together with several medical institutions for more than 20 years, the results are presented in the attached conclusions. It was experimentally confirmed with confidence that the device has a general strengthening and anti-inflammatory effect, stimulates non-specific protection of cellular and humoral immunity. The device implements a new treatment and prevention method in practice around the world: non-invasive polychromatic light pulse therapy (NPSIT). Systematic clinical studies of the method were first carried out by NKStarkov in his Ph.D. thesis (Krasnodar, KubGMU, 2000, "Non-invasive quantum therapy in the complex treatment of purulent-inflammatory surgical diseases - clinical and experimental research").
The mechanism of action and the effect achieved are ensured by the simultaneous use of the pulsed UFO mode in 2 parts of the UV range (A, B), as well as partially in the visible and infrared wavelength range (less than 1%). Like laser radiation (Kochetkov AV, Moskvin SV, 2004), ultraviolet radiation in pulsed mode is much more effective than continuous, due to its effect on the body: it triggers local and general reactions and processes aimed at restoring the functions of damaged organs and tissues , the restoration of local damages (the systemic adaptive response of the living system and its various manifestations at all levels of life - Ulashchik V.S., 2008). The triggering effect K.Ya.Gurevich, A.L. Kostyuchenko, M.V. Belotserkovsky, V.E. According to Kholmogorov, it is the development of chain reactions of free radicals that explain such rapid photomodification of blood. UV radiation leads to the formation of free radicals of aromatic and sulfur-containing proteins and pyrimidine bases of nucleic acids. Radicals of this type are involved in the transfer of electrons in the respiratory chain of mitochondria; such radicals are produced, for example, when phenolic antioxidants interact with lipid free radicals. Free radical oxidation of lipids plays a leading role in many effects of UV radiation (Kozinets G.I.). Chalenko V.V., Medvedev A.N., Rakovshchik D.G. (1992) physiological photoeffects can be conditionally divided into the following groups according to the degree of exposure:

1. The effect of UFOK on certain biologically active substances in blood plasma, i.e. the molecular effect;
2. The effect of UFOK on functional blood plasma systems;
3. The effect of UFOK on blood cells and their functioning;
4. Effect of UFOK on whole blood and its components.
The clinical effectiveness of UFOK is due to the immunoregulatory effect (Samoilova K.A., 1989). However, the direct effect of UFOA on immunocompetent cells and different aspects of their functional status has not been analyzed. Ashinov N.A. (1999), after UFOA changes occur in the expression of CD3, CD5 and CD8-differentiating receptors of lymphocytes, the expression of CD25 and DR-antigen lymphocyte activation markers decreases, and the production of IL-1 and TNF increases. The mechanism of action of UFOA is due to stimulation of immunity and effect on bacteria, removal of medium-molecular proteins from the body, reduction of arterial hypoxemia, improvement of the oxygen-carrying function of erythrocytes and activation of redox processes (Vetchinnikova OV), 1995; Kostyuchenko AL, 2000; Tatarchenko I.P., Komarov V.T., 2001). Ultraviolet irradiation activates erythro- and leukopoiesis, increases the body's non-specific resistance. The identity of the biological effects when UV, helium-neon laser and sunlight hits the blood, KA Samoilova (1989) and VI Karandashov (1989-2001) et al. (This is especially explained by the loss of coherence, the main advantage of laser radiation, when it enters the skin tissue). The difference between the mechanisms of action at the molecular and cellular level (at close values ​​of the radiation intensity) is primarily due to the difference between the spectral and frequency characteristics. The main therapeutic effects of long-wave ultraviolet radiation (DUV) are immunostimulating and photosensitizing effects (Bogolyubov VM, Ponomarenko, 1998), however, in the case of pulse exposure with a maximum pulse length of 0.001 s, the pigment-forming effect characteristic of continuous DUV irradiation is absent, i.e. To. with such a duration, biochemical processes with melanin formation "without time

DESCRIPTION
The device is designed to stimulate the non-specific protection of cellular and humoral immunity, to provide a general strengthening and anti-inflammatory effect, it is indicated for the treatment of many common diseases (see: Instructions for use). Due to the short-term impulse effect, UV radiation practically does not cause skin redness.

The device and the treatment method implemented by it were developed by Yu.M. Belyaev (Ph.D., doctor of economics, professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences) patented it in Russia. We have studied the mechanism of action of the impulse effect of the "Ecosvet1" device together with several medical institutions for more than 20 years.

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