Using Electrical Stimulation in Diabetic Therapy

Hekmat F. Naoum, Khalid H. Mahdi, Mohammed H. Latif


This study aimed to find a new technique for diabetic therapy using new device of electrical stimulation by treating 320 cases of diabetic patient divided in four groups. The first was for patients with no drug and herbal therapy. The second group took 1 tablet of (G or D) or 1herbal dose. The third took more than tablet of (G or D) or (1 tablet + 1 herbal dose). The fourth group was treated by Insulin. All these groups of patients were exposed to electrical stimulation using the above device, and the test of all patients were done, observing that the exposure time increased with the increasing of age for the patient group of the same diabetic level, and the number of patients increases in the range (35-55) year for the first group, (35-60) year for the second group, (30-40) year for the third group. By fitting the curve response we get the mathematic equation that helps us to determine the start point of therapy.

Keywords: Electrical, Diabetic, Stimulation, Therapy.

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