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Color resonance
New technology based on radio waves

according to the discovery of Mr. R.F. Liley


Introduction color therapy What is resonance? What is color resonance? Where does this color therapy come from? Technical development and more. Infections and science. More information? Contact us!

Diseases: Bacterial Infection, Guillain Barré Syndrome, Septic arthritis, Sun Allergy,
Microorganisms: Adenovirus, Brucella, Borrelia, Campylobacter, Cytomegalo virus, Giardia, Polio virus, Coxiella burnetii, Salmonella, Tuberculosis,

Coxiella burnetii (Q-fever) More information


Q-fever is a zoonosis caused by Coxiella burnetii. It occurs worldwide, with the exception of New Zealand. The reservoir of the disease primarily is animals (eg, cattle, goats, sheep) and ticks. Coxiella burnetii is excreted in urine, milk, and feces and attains high concentration in birth products. It is extremely resistant because of its sporelike life cycle. Q-fever most often is related to animal exposure and tick-bites. However, because of the particular resistance to Coxiella in nature as a spore, it can infect people with no known contact with animals. For example, an outbreak was reported in people living along a road on which farm vehicles contaminated with straw and manure traveled. No particular susceptibility to Q-fever has been related to sex. However, a predominance of male infections has been reported in regions where a cattle-type reservoir is present, mainly due to occupational trends. Pregnant women seem to be predisposed to the chronic form of the disease and to reactivation during subsequent pregnancies.
Since Q-fever in not very common, large scale outbreaks are investigated as an act of bioterrorism.

Acute Q-fever: Fever and systemic symptoms; Abrupt onset of high fever with or without a flulike illness is common. While some patients with respiratory involvement have a cough, shortness of breath, and chest pain, others with pneumonia have no respiratory symptoms. Chronic Q-fever also can cause septic arthritis.

Sources
The eMedicine Clinical Knowledge Base.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, U.S.A.


Coxiella Burnetii and Color resonance

Coxiella Burnetii can be treated with color therapy.


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