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Russian scientists create a new system to improve the quality of cancer treatment


Moscow, SANA-Scientists from Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Wireless Electronics created a system


Scientists from the Russian Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics have created a new system to improve the quality of cancer treatment, allowing doctors to monitor the patient's body's response to treatment.

According to what the Russia Today website quoted scientists, heat therapy methods are currently being tested all over the world, which include the use of a temperature of 43 to 45 degrees Celsius in destroying cancer cells and increasing the chances of recovery, while methods of raising the temperature and thermal ablation are not used, i.e. heating the tumor to 60°C and above has so far been widely used in clinical practice for the lack of reliable technical solutions for precise control of the procedure.

The scientists pointed out that they were able to devise a unique system for raising the temperature and thermal ablation in a completely safe manner for the patient, as this method is distinguished by the fact that electromagnetic and electrical fields, sound waves and active rays do not pass through the patient’s body, but the constant electric current circulates and heats up in the heater and heat enters only the tissues of the patient’s body. .

The scientists explained that this innovative compound is unparalleled in the whole world, as doctors of the Cancer Research Institute of the Tomsk National Medical Research Center began to use it, and thermal ablation operations were performed for about 30 patients suffering from tumors in the bones, all of which were successful and did not show any relapses in the impact area.

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Source: sena

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