Treating Intestinal Infections in Children Using the Deta-AP and Deta-Ritm devices: Paediatric Clinic of Salabat City (Russia)


This health survey was conducted under the supervision of Dr. Giatsenko Archiatroy and Dr. Fakoylinz, both paediatricians.

The investigation lasted six months in total from October 2009 to March 2010.

There was a total sample of 48 children, aged from 5 to 14 years old who were diagnosed with parasitic infestations of ascariasis and giardiasis, both common intestinal infections.

The children were divided into three groups:

1. Treated only with prescription medication
2. Treated only with the Deta-AP and Deta-Ritm devices
3. Treated with prescription medications, as well as the Deta-AP and Deta-Ritm devices.

In the first group when only prescribed medication was used to eliminate these intestinal parasites, there was a 48% cure rate. In the second group where only the Deta-AP and Deta-Ritm devices were used, there was an 86% cure rate, while when both the devices and medications were combined there was a 94% cure rate.

The main disadvantages of using medications is that they have side effects that vary from patient to patient. The Deta-AP and Deta-Ritm devices however did not have any such side effects and were completey safe and easy to use with these children.