Quantum Cellular Medicine “QCM” is the segment of medicine that focuses on cell function and cell communication in the diagnosis, treatment, and maintenance of health and wellness in the human body.

QCM is one of the most pleasant ways to a healthier, longer life
"QRS is a blessing to mankind, from the infant to the geriatric."
-Prof. Dr. Linus Pauling
"QCM" Quantum Cellular Medicine
Relaxation, Preservation, Regeneration
QCM is for the whole family
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Clinical Research

Find research regarding Quantum Cellular Medicine and the products we use in our practice

Preservation

Regeneration

Relaxation

Nourishment

Photobiomodulation Research

Peer-reviewed research demonstrating the effectiveness of Light Therapy (Phototherapy).

Large list of peer-reviewed research for the effective use of light therapy with links to articles and a brief summary of each study.

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Quantron Resonance System (QRS)

Blood flow changes in the retina in the case of normal probands under the QRS therapy as well as before and after sublingual administration of 0,4 mg trinitroglycerin– results of a preliminary study

A preliminary study examined how the blood vessels in the retina are dilated when using the QRS. This study on blood flow changes in the retina shows positive potential use of QRS in the field of ophthalmology.

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First Experiences with the QRS Whole-body Magnetic Field Therapy in the Case of 25 Discopathy Patients

Review the small study on 25 Rehabilitation Discopathy patients and QRS treatment.

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Report on the application of full body magnetic field therapy with the Quantron Resonance system (QRS)

Check a report on the application of the QRS in treating wound healing at the Geriatric Hospital in Graz, Austria.

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Calcifying Tendinitis Of The Shoulder

View positive x-ray results from using the QRS Small Pillow in the case of Calcifying Tendinitis of the Shoulder.

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Randomized Double Blind Study with the QRS Magnetic Field Therapy and Osteoarthritis

Review the results of a randomized double blind study with the QRS and 71 Osteoarthritis Patients from the General Hospital Miribor/Slovenia.

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Using Magnetic Fields to Increase Flexibility and Reduce Pain with Respect to Ailments of the Ambulatory Apparatus Copy

Results presented at the Annual Conference of the Austrian Society for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation on a study conducted at Marburg Teaching Hospital, Drau (Slovakia) and the Institute of Hygiene, Graz University (Austria).

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Proof of Ion Transport Due to Application of QRS System Salut-II

All producers of magnetic field therapies claim their products regenerate by activating cell metabolism. Metabolism always requires transport of ions. Therefore all such claims should be evaluated carefully. Only the QRS has a worldwide patent, obtained after years of research, for the transport of ions into body cells. Read this blood study demonstrating the transport of sodium, calcium, and potassium.

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Using Magnetic Fields to Increase Flexibility and Reduce Pain with Respect to Ailments of the Ambulatory Apparatus

Results presented at the 26th Conference of the Austrian Society for Internal Medicine in Europe on a study conducted at Marburg Teaching Hospital, Drau (Slovakia) and the Institute of Hygiene, Graz University (Austria).

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Whole Body Magnetic Field Therapy for Selected Diseases of Persons in a General Practice

Clinical use and testing of the QRS began with elderly patients who were not having success with standard medical treatment. Review this study to see the broad range of positive outcomes with the QRS for mature populations.

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Dr. Sung paper on Fatigue recovery and Anti oxidant capability of IH901

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Protective effects of fermented ginseng on streptozotocin-induced pancreatic ss-cell damage through inhibition of NF-kB

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Fermented Ginseng protects Streptozotocin-Induced Damage in Rat Pancreas by inhibiting Nuclear Factor-kB

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Fermented ginseng attenuates hepatic lipid accumulation and hyperglycemia through AMPK activation

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Compound K intestinal metabolite of ginsenoside atenuates hepatic lipid accumulation via AMPK activation in human hepatoma cells

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Ginseng intestinal bacterial metabolite IH901 as a new antimetastatic agent

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Compund K Induces Mitochondria-Dependent and Caspase-Dependent Apoptosis via the Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species in Human Colon Cancer Cells

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An intestinal bacterial metabolite (M1) of ginseng protopanaxadiol saponins inhibits tumor-induced neovascularization

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2011 Ginsenoside compound K not Rb1 possesses potential chemopreventive activities in human colorectal cancer

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2010 Ginseng saponin metabolite induces apoptosis in MCF-7 breast cancer cells through the modulation of AMP-activated protein kinase

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2007 Compound K Induces Apoptosis via CAMK-IV-AMPK Pathways in HT-29 Colon Cancer Cells

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Therapeutic potential of ginseng in the management of cardiovascular disorders

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Pharmacokinetic comparison of ginsenoside metabolite IH-901 from fermented and non-fermented ginseng in healthy Korean volunteers

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Clinical Study Absorption with IH-901

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Beneficial effects of IH-901 on glucose and lipid metabolisms

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Antitumor promotional effects of a novel intestinal bacterial metaboliet(IH-901) protopanaxadiol-type in mouse skin

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Antitumor and Cardioprotective Effects of a Ginseng Intestinal Metabolite in Combination with Doxorubicin in Tumor-bearing Mice

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Antitumor activity of a novel ginseng saponin metabolite in human pulmonary adenocarcinoma cells resistant to cisplatin

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Anti-diabetic Effects of Compound K versus Metformin versus Compound K-Metformin Combination Therapy in Diabetic db/db Mice

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An intestinal bacterial metabolite of ginseng protopanaxadiol saponins has the ability to induce apoptosis in tumor cells

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An intestinal bacterial metabolite (M1) of ginseng protopanaxadiol saponins inhibits tumor-induced neovascularization

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2011 Ginsenoside compound K not Rb1 possesses potential chemopreventive activities in human colorectal cancer

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2010 Ginseng saponin metabolite induces apoptosis in MCF-7 breast cancer cells through the modulation of AMP-activated protein kinase

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2007 Compound K Induces Apoptosis via CAMK-IV-AMPK Pathways in HT-29 Colon Cancer Cells

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Various Studies on Analysis of Stress

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Therapeutic Potential of Ginseng in The Management of Cardiovascular Disorders

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Stress Related Clinical Studies on Fermented Ginseng and Ginseng

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Sleep Stress Depression and Anxiety

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Panax ginseng enhances cognitive performance in Alzheimer disease

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Ginsenoside Rg1 suppresses early stage of adipocyte development via activation of C/EBP homologous protein-10 in 3T3-L1 and attenuates fat accumulation in high fat diet-induced obese zebrafish

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Effects of ginseng on stress-related depression, anxiety, and the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis

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German Research

Click here to see a listing of Additional QRS Clinical trials and scientific studies.
These are all in German and can be send to you upon request.

Pain alleviation – 1995 
University of Graz – Prof. Dr. Fisher. Published on the 26th Annual Conference on Internal Medicine in Vienna

Cardiovascular – 1997 
Ärztezeitschrift ZÄN July 1997
Jena University
Dr. med. G. Grohmann, Prof. Dr. Ing.-habil. M. Krauss

Safety to pacemakers – 1997 
Karlsruhe University
Univ.-Prof. Dr. K. Meyer-Waarden

Stray radiation safety (pacemakers) – 1998 
Accredited EMV – Prüflabor
Fa. Spiess, EMV – Messtechnik

Stimulated metabolism, inparticular Ca++ – 1998 
Book “Grundlagen der Quantentherapie’
Dr. E. G. Fischer – Univ.-Prof. Dr. H. L. König

Headache – insomnia – potency stimulation – 1998 
Study of Univ. – Prof. Dr. R. B. Pelka, Dr. V. Moliere
Book “Grundlagen der Quantentherapie”

Increased pulmonal oxygen absorption rate – 1998 
Space research project, 1998 with QRS Ministry of Health, Moscow

Increased circulation as determined by thermography – 1998 
Prof. Dr. hibil. W.A. Kafka, Max-Plank Institute
Prof. Dr. Ing.-hibil. M. Krauss

Proliferation of bacteria – 1998 
Study at the Hohenheim University
Univ.-Prof. Dr. R. Süssmuth, Dr. R. Mittenzwey

Wound healing (ulcerated legs) – 1998 
Study at the General Accident Hospital Graz
Primarius Univ.-Prof. Dr. R. Passl

Oxygen partial pressure increase up to 300% – 1998 
Large-scale study at the Saarland University, Book ‘Grundlagen der Quantentherapie”
Dr. E.G.Fischer

Osteoporosis – 1998-2001 
Study and doctoral thesis at the Frankfurt University
Prof.Dr.L.Zichner, Dr.med.Th.Hennings, Large-scale study, duration

Diseases of the locomotor systems – 1999 
Shoulder, hip and knee joint, neuralgias
Graz University, Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer.nat.G. Fischer
Dr.W.Glaube, W. Kobinger, published at the Österreichische Zeitschrift für physikalische Medizine und Rehabilitation

Improved blood count – 1999 
(prevention of thrombus generation)
Institute EUROSPACE
Prof. Dr. hibil. Mult. J. Waldmann, Prof.Dr.Ing-hibil. M. Krauss

Rheumatology and Osteology – 1999 
Hygiene Institute of the Graz University and Teaching Hospital Marburg/Drau
Univ.-Prog.Dr.rer.nat.G.Fischer, W.Kobinger, Dr.med.J.Barovic

Blood diagnostics-changes in blood volume – 1999 
EUROSPACE
Prof.Dr.hibil.mult.J.Waldmann, Prof.Dr.Ing-hibil.M.Krauss, Dr.med. G.Grohmann

Toxicity of white blood cells – 2000 
Safety of QRS administration up to 2 hours duration and more.
Prof.Dr.Dr.A Varga, Heidelberg University

Demonstration of ion transport (cellular metabolism) .
Patented at QRS – 2000
Demonstration of the transport of ions Na+ K+, and Ca++ at the Szeged University (Hungary) Prof. Dr. Dr. A. Varga and Dr. D. Deralat at the Max-Plank-Institute

Field leakage at various applications – 2000 
The involvement of third persons under QRS therapy
Determination of the required minimum distance.
Prof.Dr.Dr.A.Varga

Exact investigation of field strengths and frequency patterns – 2000 
and the signal-theoretic analysis on the QRS stimulation signal
Prof..Dr.hibil.G.Witzchel

Wound healing sacral decubitus/multiple varicose ulcers – 2000 
Study at the General Accident Hospital Graz Primarium Univ.-Prof.Dr.R..Passl

Dental treatment – circulation treatment of the pulp – 2000 
Jena: University, Dr.med.G.Grohmann
Prof.Dr.habil.mult.J.Waldmann
Prof.Dr.Ing.-habil. M. Krauss

Cardiovascular – sympathicus control by QRS – 2000 
Prof. Dr. Fischer AG Institute – Technology Center – Chemnitz
Prof. Dr. Ing.-hibil M. Krauss

Gonarthrosis – 2001 
Double-blind study
Dr.med.J.Barovic, Doz. Dr. Z.Turk,
Marburg University Hospital
Univ.-Prof.Dr.rer.nat. G.Fischer, Graz University

Parkinson’s Disease – 2001 
Case study
Trinidad and Tobago University
Univ.-Prof.Dr.R.C.Posthoff
Univ.-Prof.Dr.R.Saunders

Cancer treatment – 2001 
“La Torre” Health Center, Torino
Prof.Dr.med.M.Grandi
QRS therapy and oncology, pilot study

Ocular treatment- changes in retinal circulation – 2001 
Jena University
Prof.Dr.hibil.mult.J.Waldmann
Prof.Dr.Ing-hibil. M.Krauss
Dr.med.G.Grohmann

Bone healing-osteoporosis-in vertebral disk lesions – 2001 
Pilot study
Edith-Stein-achklink, Neurology and Orthopedics
Univ.-Prof.Dr.med.E.Palme

QRS customers field study, 30,000 QRS users 100 case studies – 2001 
Munich University
Univ.-Prof.Dr.R.B.Pelka

Fitness sports/lactate and balance – 2001 
Double-blind study
Germany Armeded Forces University Munich
Univ.-Prof. Dr.R.B.Pelka

QRS Research around the World 
GermanyUniversity of Erlangen, wound healing
University ofI Nürnberg, diabetes
University of München, Ionen transportUniversity of Frankfurt, Osteoporosis
University of Jena, Cardiovascular

Austria 
University of Graz, bone healing

USA

Russia
Space Center Moscow, lung, bloodstream

Trinidad
University of West Indies, sickle cell anemia

Holland
University of Amsterdam, melatonin

Serbien Serbia
University of Belgrad, blood & scars

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