Alternative names: Ultraviolet Photoluminescence (UVP), Biophotonic Therapy, Photo-Oxidation
Ultraviolet light has been used in disinfection for many years. Any contaminated object – be it a surgical instrument, bedding, room air, the human skin, water, or body fluids such as blood – can be cleansed rapidly of viruses and bacteria.
Another important ability of UV light is to stimulate the immune system and various enzyme systems.
UV light possesses powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-infection properties. An ultraviolet blood irradiation (UVB therapy) treatment consists exposing a sample of the blood to ultraviolet light briefly, at ultraviolet A and C wavelengths.
UVB therapy is used to:
Ultraviolet blood irradiation is suggested for the following:
Diseases due to inadequate peripheral circulation
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