Wednesday, August 24, 2005

We Call It "I-Pod"

News From KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY of DPRK(Democratic People's Republic of Korea)

1/f Fluctuation Treatment System Pyongyang, August 23 (KCNA) --
The newly developed 1/f fluctuation treatment system has proved successful in clinical practice in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

It, developed by the Medical Appliances Institute under the Academy of Medical Science, was highly appreciated at the 8th national show of scientific and technical successes gained in the public health sector held from August 1 to 10. The computer-aided system, the third generation of body-stimulating treatment system, is based on the principle of 1/f fluctuation common to the natural world and the living body. It controls labor pain and homeostasis.

The 1/f fluctuation system with sound effects of famous songs gives impetus to the part of disease and thus treats patients while they feel pleasant and comfortable. The system is applicable to the treatment of various kinds of neuralgia including brachialgia, sciatica and backache, insomnia, autonomic imbalance, hypertension, stress, etc.

It has no side effect in comparison with the existing electro puncture appliances and physiotherapist appliances using direct current and low frequency, high frequency, ultrasonic waves and microwave.

Years of clinical test over some 1,000 patients show that 80 percent of them have recovered their health from insomnia, autonomic imbalance, hypertension, brachialgia, sciatica, backache and other diseases.

The rest must have escaped.



Could it be???? Wing?

5 comments:

Pile On® said...

Any excuse to link wing huh?

I see how you are....you magnificent bastard.

spd rdr said...

Wing could be the answer to all of the worlds health problems, Pile. I'm just doing my part.

Pile On® said...

That sounds rike a good pran spd ldr.

Cassandra said...

I would think that would bring on rapid unconsciousness rather than relieving pain.

Masked Menace© said...

If you're unconscious, you can't very well feel pain now can you?