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Action on Cirrhosis of the Liver

Delta-S DVD can be used to obtain statistically predictable results over a given number of treatment cycles (minimum 60) and with a high degree of resolution in the treatment of the following liver conditions:

- cryptogenetic cirrhosis

- cirrhosis of pharmaceutical origin

- postnecrotic cirrhosis

- Laennec’s cirrhosis

- cirrhosis due to viral causes (HBV-HCV)

The following types of liver disorder respond to treatment although in statistically unpredictable times that vary from patient to patient:

- primary biliary cirrhosis

- secondary biliary cirrhosis

In the following types of disorder the result may be assessed in practice only during actual treatment and results can vary widely:

- hemochromatotic cirrhosis

- cirrhosis in Wilson's disease

Frequency and duration of treatment

The normal cycle of treatment is six months, with a frequency of 5 daily sessions per week. In cases of extreme necessity, the efficacy of the treatment may be enhanced by making 2 treatments per day, at least four hours apart. Each application is of 30 minutes duration.


Relapses and the length of time for their onset to occur are strictly dependent on the etiopathogenesis of the cirrhosis treated and the patient’s life style. In general, wherever possible, it is recommended that any such event be prevented by means of follow-up treatment cycles of about 15 applications/quarter for the first year after the completion of the basic treatment. Thereafter, whenever the control tests indicate the premonitory signs of possible relapses 30 consecutive applications are generally sufficient.

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