Did you know that while assisting the endangered people in the Chernobyl disaster, as well as the wounded on the territory of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Dr. Dusanka Mandic devised medical devices based on a permanent magnetic field.
Dr. Dusanka Mandic
Dusanka Mandic of Serbia, founder of the MADU specialist office, a member of the Serbian Academy of Innovative Sciences and Vice President of the Russian Academy for the Protection of Disaster Victims, received ideas for her best-selling inventions during the war in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Dusanka’s patents regarding the medical use of magnetic energy are based on one of the three central forces in nature: permanent magnetic field, in the same quality as the earth’s magnetic field with the orientation of one pole to the surface of the body, thus achieving the possibility of in depth operation with moderate magnet strength. In this way it acts stimulating to mature, healthy cells to be more efficiently and brutally restored.
The most frequent is the treatment of bone and joint system diseases, where the effectiveness in therapy is 67-69%, and then diseases of the blood vessels where the effectiveness in therapy is 30-40%. In the case of the extraction of foreign iron products, about 60% is removed to the surface over a period of 4, 5 months.
Dr. Dusanka Mandic on the right with one of the greatest tennis players of all time Novak Djokovic on the left
Dr. Dusanka Mandic has won over 70 awards and recognitions, including the most recent award for long-lasting successful invention work, delivered at the annual Assembly of the Association of Inventors of Europe. This award is once a year awarded to one inventor of Europe. In Serbia, she is well-known because of this achievement.
Did you know that the Magnetic resonance imaging (MR) is irreplaceable in the diagnosis of diseases and injuries of the brain, spinal column, blood vessels of the head and neck and spinal cord. It reveals multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, stroke and acute stroke. It distinguishes the types of brain tumors, as well as the degree of their aggressiveness.
In the bone fracture, it is dissolved, but when it comes to ligaments, tendons, meniscus’s, muscles, joints then magnetic resonance is a perfect method. In addition, magnetic resonance detects all diseases of the gall bladder and bile ducts. Before the appearance of this device, there was no way to detect changes on the small intestine. Today, thanks to the magnetic resonance, precise data is obtained on the state of the small intestine.
In the world, no gynecological surgery is performed without a magnetic resonance of small diapers, especially when a malignant disease is suspected. Thanks to magnetic resonance, before surgery, a doctor may assume that it is a malignant or benign change, which is a tumor of size, whether blood vessels, lymph nodes or surrounding organs are affected. Modern models of magnetic resonance imaging can show the structure of the heart and aorta, aneurysm and other changes in the blood vessels. Congenital heart defects, as well as changes in the heart muscle caused by heart attacks, are detected.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MR)
Benefits of Magnetic resonance of the latest generation include:
– It works without contrast, except in exceptional situations
– The risk of allergy is almost excluded
– It’s painless
– It is ideal for patients who are scared of needles
– It’s silent
– No harmful radiation
– suitable for diagnosis in children
Iron in blood: Can strong magnets kill us?
One of the most common questions is whether staying close to strong magnets is dangerous, since our blood contains iron. Although our blood really contains iron, it is not present in it in the form of small, solid, metal particles, but as part of a large molecule, a hemoglobin metalloprotein. Hemoglobin is a red blood cell, and it is responsible for transmitting oxygen in the body and removing carbon dioxide from the body. It is an extremely complex molecule, consisting of 2952 carbon atoms, 4664 hydrogen atoms, 832 oxygen atoms, 812 nitrogen atoms, 8 sulfur atoms, and only 4 iron atoms.
Since it is a very small amount of iron, which is only a fraction of a huge molecule, strong magnets will not be able to attract it. Moreover, the video shows that the exposure of blood to a strong magnet leads to its removal from the magnet, or to the creation of a diamagnetic reaction. Diamagnetism is the property of a material to form a magnetic field opposite to an external magnetic field, which creates the effect of the rejection force. One of these materials is water, which makes up the bulk of our blood.