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Low Energy Narrow Band Non-Coherent Infrared Illumination of human semen and isolated sperm (A study of BioBeam Devices)

 

R. Singer, M. Saiv, M. Barnet, H. Levinsky, E. segenreich, Y. Fuchs, E. Mendes and H. Yehoshua.



Summary:


Sixty-two samples of human normal and abnormal semen and 23 samples of washed sperm were illuminated for 4 minutes with a narrow band non-coherent infrared device (BioBeam). Immediately after illumination, the following parameters were examined in comparison with appropriate controls: motility, viability and morphology, fructose content of semen, across some reaction of sperm, viscosity of seminal plasma and analysis of the protein pattern. The mean value of motility grade calculated for the total number of 62 semen samples was 2.58±0.79 versus 2.17±0.75 (non illuminated controls), P<0.05.

The mean value of motility grade of 23 samples washed sperm was 2.89±0.77 versus 2.43±0.62, respectively (p<0.01).  In two illuminated seminal plasma specimens, the viscosity was decreased by 8.8% and 14.8%, the protein content and pattern remained, however, unchanged. Neither the percentages of motile, viable and morphologically normal sperm, nor the fructose content of semen were found to be affected by the illumination.

Reference: Andrologia 23, 181-184, 1991

Low Energy Narrow Band

Low Energy Narrow Band Non-Coherent Infrared Illumination of human semen and isolated sperm (A study of BioBeam Devices)

 

R. Singer, M. Saiv, M. Barnet, H. Levinsky, E. segenreich, Y. Fuchs, E. Mendes and H. Yehoshua.



Summary:


Sixty-two samples of human normal and abnormal semen and 23 samples of washed sperm were illuminated for 4 minutes with a narrow band non-coherent infrared device (BioBeam). Immediately after illumination, the following parameters were examined in comparison with appropriate controls: motility, viability and morphology, fructose content of semen, across some reaction of sperm, viscosity of seminal plasma and analysis of the protein pattern. The mean value of motility grade calculated for the total number of 62 semen samples was 2.58±0.79 versus 2.17±0.75 (non illuminated controls), P<0.05.

The mean value of motility grade of 23 samples washed sperm was 2.89±0.77 versus 2.43±0.62, respectively (p<0.01).  In two illuminated seminal plasma specimens, the viscosity was decreased by 8.8% and 14.8%, the protein content and pattern remained, however, unchanged. Neither the percentages of motile, viable and morphologically normal sperm, nor the fructose content of semen were found to be affected by the illumination.

Reference: Andrologia 23, 181-184, 1991