A Laser Watch for Simultaneous Laser Blood Irradiation and Laser Acupuncture at the Wrist

  title={A Laser Watch for Simultaneous Laser Blood Irradiation and Laser Acupuncture at the Wrist},
  author={Gerhard Litscher and Daniela Litscher},
  journal={Integrative Medicine International},
  pages={75 - 81}
Background: Laser medicine in general has experienced enormous progress over the last years. The latest innovation is a so-called laser watch, a system only slightly larger than a wrist watch. Methods: The laser watch is applied to the wrist, where simultaneous and continuous acupuncture point or blood irradiation using laser light can be performed. Results: This results in new and promising therapeutic approaches for different diseases. This article introduces and briefly discusses the first… 

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