Electronic Noise in Cerebral Electrotherapy

  • Oldrich Grünner


During the stage of development of cerebral electrotherapy various electric and magnetic fields were applied. In the clinical and ambulatory treatment of patients suffering from insomnia, neurotic and reactive depression, neuroses, secondary neurasthenic syndromes, gastric and duodenal ulcer diseases, asthmatic and hypertensive diseases classical forms of electrosleep therapy have been used to advantage i.e. the application of pulse currents with a low frequency superimposed on a constant direct current. Subsequently other methods have been tried.


Electronic Noise Sham Treatment Real Treatment Special Transformer Reactive Depression 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • Oldrich Grünner
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  1. 1.Working Center SpaBalneological Research InstituteJesenik-GraefenbergCzechoslovakia

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