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Two-chamber Medical Electroflotator for Cleaning of the Lymph of Cancer Patients from Toxic Substances and for the Destruction and Removal of Cancer Cells Contained in It

Michael Shoikhedbrod


Existing devices for cleaning of the lymph of patients with liver cirrhosis or hepatitis from a high concentration of toxic substances, contained in it, do not allow cleaning the body of patients from these toxic substances. In addition, these devices require the patient's lymph to be purified in a discrete mode, i.e., all the patient's lymph, without which the patient remains, is purified for a sufficiently long time, and after that the purified lymph is injected back to the patient. As a result of such cleaning, the patient greatly weakens and, in exceptional cases, may die. In addition, these devices do not allow the destruction and removal of cancer cells from lymph of cancer patients, the presence of a large number of which in the lymph leads to their rapid multiplication in stagnant zones - lymph nodes, where the lymph is in a stagnant state that leads to the appearance of metastases. The article presents a developed two-chamber medical electroflotator for cleaning of the lymph of patient with liver cirrhosis or hepatitis from toxic substances, for the destruction and removal of cancer cells contained in it, using the adhesion of microdispersed negatively charged hydrogen bubbles, formed under the action of a constant electric current in two chambers on the lymph with toxic microparticles or cancer cells, which form strong complexes of hydrogen bubbles + toxic microparticles and hydrogen bubbles + cancer cells with increased lifting volume, which, using the force of Archimedes, leads to an easy and natural separation of toxic microparticles and cancer cells from the lymph in the first medical electroflotator chamber. The destruction and removal of cancer cells remaining after the first chamber is carried out in the second chamber due to the effect on the cancer cells of the anolyte (dead water), saturated with “fog” of negatively charged OH-ions and oxygen bubbles, formed as a result of electrolysis of lymph, in the anode zone and the flotation of dead cancer cells, in this case, carried out due to formed complexes oxygen bubbles + cancer cells. Isolation of the anolyte from the catholyte (living water), saturated with a “fog” of positive hydrogen ions and microdispersed hydrogen bubbles, formed as a result of electrolysis in the second chamber, is carried out by placing a membrane made from fire hose material between the cathode and the anode, which prevents the penetration of anolyte and oxygen bubbles into the cathode area of medical flotator second chamber. The developed two-chamber medical electroflotator allows, in the shortest time, to almost completely replace the patient's lymph into the lymph of a healthy person, freed from cancer cells, in a continuous mode by recirculation in a closed loop. The conducted studies permitted to establish a high efficiency of lymph purification by developed medical electroflotator in the treatment of patients with liver cirrhosis.


Lymph, lymph cleaning, treatment of liver cirrhosis and hepatitis patients, blood, hemosorption, anolyte and catholyte, medical electroflotator

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