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Research Fields in Detail


Menstruation Cycle

Vacuum Aspiration

Vacuum Aspiration

Vacuum Aspiration

OPH Syndrome



Kariopicnotic Index

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Risk Characteristics

Hormone Status

Fetal Heart Activity

Somatic Disorders

Calming of the Fetus

Immune Status

Faster Recovery

Faster Recovery

States of Mind

States of Mind





Anodyne Drugs


Headache Attacks


OPH Syndrome


Sleep Disorders

Reduction of Pain





Normalization of Mental Functions after
Gynecological Surgery of a Uterine Fibromyom

The study investigated 28 women who re­ceived a fibromyom surgery of the uterus.

The evaluation of the mental state of the pa­tients was gained by the help of the Min­ne­sota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.
It became obvious that the initial patient pro­files showed great differences: from normal states up to obvious psychopathic disorders, where the peak profile values even reached 90 t-points.

The average initial profile of the patients was characterized by
  1. the creation of emotionally
    disturbed ideas concerning
    the disease

  2. the inclination to a twisted
    interpretation of the disease
    (raising the scale 6,8,1) as well as

  3. the tendency to take refuge in
    the disease (which became clear
    through the configuration of the
    neurotic scale as converse 5)
Under investigation were 28 women who re­ceived a fibromyom surgery on the uterus.

Medical Resonance Therapy Music® Group

4 women were treated with Medical Reso­nance Therapy Music® 2-3 times before sur­gery and for twelve days after surgery, 1-2 times per day, each time for 30-60 minutes in addition to a conventional treatment with an­ti­bi­ot­ics, vitamin preparations, anodyne drugs and a disintoxication therapy as well as a physiotherapy. In difference to the control group these women did not receive sedative drugs before and after surgery.

By the treatment with the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® within the context of the com­plex therapy great changes in the mental pro­file took place:
  1. in 77,8% of the factors a complete normalization established

  2. in 11,1% of the factors a significant improvement became evident

  3. in 11,1% of the factors a
    deterioration occurred
The common average profile after the treat­ment with the Medical Resonance Therapy Music® did not surpass 50-55 t-points, in­di­cat­ing a complete normalization of the mental functions in this group on average.

Improvement of mood

69% of the reports showed a significant im­prove­ment in mood and reported a feeling of an internal uplifting of the spirits.

Control Group

In this group 14 women received the con­ven­tional treatment only, not listening to Medical Resonance Therapy Music®. Before surgery they received sedative drugs and after sur­gery they received the conventional treat­ment. In difference to the experimental group the women here were treated also with seda­tive drugs after surgery in order to treat their sleep disorders.

By the treatment with the conventional thera­pies the following changes in the mental pro­file of the patients took place:
  1. in 10% of the factors a complete
    normalization established

  2. 10% of the factors did not improve

  3. 20% of the factors worsened 10%
    worsened predominantly

  4. 10% remained without dynamics

  5. 40% showed undefined effects

Improvement of Mood

Mood improved only in 18% of the women and this only shortly before leaving the hospital.


Prof. Dr. med. G. Gerassimowitsch
Prof. Dr. med. Walentina Sidorenko
Dr. med. Anna Kuptschina
Dr. med. Tatjana Teterkina
Dr. med. Sergej Korotkow

With kind permission of AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL