Intra-hepatic solidified bile stones are prevalent. Liquefying these liver and gallbladder stones and removing them will boost the immune system. (With many additional benefits.)
The technology of using sound waves to crush kidney stones (Lithotripsy) has been around for many years. Surprisingly, there is no equivalent technology for dissolving biliary stones from the liver and gallbladder, although many people suffer from this phenomenon, impairing their immune system. The natural alternative of flushing the liver and gallbladder is challenging to perform.
Potential health benefits from unblocking the Liver& Gallbladder:
- May prevent surgery for cholecystectomy. (Gallbladder removal.)
- Boosts the immune system.
- Since the liver and kidneys perform many complementary functions, cleansing the liver improves kidney function.
- Improves bile flow to the duodenum and intestines.
- Lubricates the intestines.
- Removes the fat-soluble toxins. (Present in the bile fluid.)
- It contradicts the acidic food that comes from the stomach.
- It improved cholesterol levels.
- Will contribute to a decrease in blood pressure.
- Prevents chronic constipation.
- Implementation of this suggested technology may contribute to recovery from many types of chronic and autoimmune diseases.
- Improved appearance.
Liver solidified bile stones are illustrated. (My authentic photo.)
Modern life with stress, anxiety, and bad eating habits contribute to high toxicity levels.
- The cause of gallstones is a load of toxins in the liver that causes an imbalance between the bile fluid components that causes the fluid to solidify into a solid that blocks the liver and prevents proper blood flow and bile flow fluid into the duodenum. In the absence of an adequate amount of bile that is chemically a strong alkaline, there is nothing to contradict the acidic food from the stomach. Therefore, the intestines become very acidic. High acidity allows the parasites to thrive, creating a heavy load on the immune system.
- The main organs that suffer from these rapid lifestyle changes are the liver, gallbladder & kidneys. Also, it affects the entire body, blood pressure, high levels of cholesterol, heart diseases, and weakened immune system.
- Unlike the heart or brain, liver catheterization is uncommon; the liver size and structure make it much more complicated with many risks.
Laser device integrated with MRI scanner (for maximum accuracy)
The main idea is a non-invasive procedure of liquefying intrahepatic stones from the liver and gallbladder.
The proposed idea is to liquefy these intra-hepatic stones and remove them from the body under an MRI scanner with an accurate laser cannon and colon cleansing facility to collect, record, and analyze all leftovers.
A realistic scenario using available technologies. (Not science fiction.)
- The patient will need a strict diet for a few days. (Quite similar to colonoscopy.) To enable the biliary stones to flow throughout the entire intestines and colon.
- The MRI scanner will interface with a very accurate Laser canon that can heat these intra-hepatic stones to high temperatures to liquefy them. (Without any damage to the surrounding tissue.)
- The patient will be given strong laxatives with medications that relax the digestive system muscles.
- A robotic arm with a warm pillow will gently massage the abdominal area to release the blockages and promote bowel movement.
The patient will be connected to a Hydrocolonic - Colon cleansing facility with a camera analyzing the feces content.
- The patient will be connected to a hydrocolonic (colon cleansing) machine system to record and analyze the feces, solidified bile stones, and other leftovers before entering the sewerage.
- This procedure can continue in a nearby room without the need for close medical attention under the MRI scanner.
- In this suggested technology, colon cleansing therapy serves a different purpose in collecting and analyzing feces and other leftovers.
Colon cleansing facility.
Suggested new technology benefits.
- Non-invasive with minor side effects.
- Extraordinary cost-benefit ratio.
- Affordable and accessible to vast populations.
- Less expensive than cholecystectomy.
- Based on available technologies. (Lower R&D costs.)
This procedure can be repeated several times until the complete cleansing of the liver and gallbladder is achieved.