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Blood Irradiation refersto the procedure where a patient's blood is exposed to low levellaser light for therapeutic reasons (like treating cancer or saving apatient from the risk of heart attack or stroke). In the therapy, theexposed blood is drawn into a special device, called an “infraredmicro-ablative chamber”. This chamber has a light source whichis set at a very high setting. As the blood comes into the chamber,the light interacts with the hemoglobin in the blood and causes it tobe drawn into the device, or “apparatus”. Then, the bloodis returned to the patient's body as it is eliminated via the vein.Low-level laser therapy has been tested for a wide range ofconditions.

Butwhat about intravenously? Is it not possible to have BloodIrradiationtherapy applied to an intravenously exposed patient? It is possible,and the treatment can be given as a single shot (intravenously) orvia IV. The method removes blood from the infected area, and thismethod was used in the treatment of malaria and yellow fever in theearly twentieth century. The removal of the blood from the infectedarea causes scarring where it was drawn.

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