>- if the device (or rather he electric signal) were really effective to kill the harmful organisms.
Seriously misguided, of course, the only thing that you think about is worms so I understand. You are looking at this in your own perspective and worms can be very slow.
However, suppose that you have a bacterial infection of 100 million bacteria and you kill all but 1 bacterium by zapping. Just how long do you think that it would take for that 1 bacterium to become 100 million bacteria in the human body at 98.6 degrees?
Less than 9 hours. A bacterial colony can as much as double every 20 minutes under such ideal conditions.
Suppose that you had a viral infection such as chicken pox or the shingles. Each cell releases millions of new viral particles atone time by rupturing. I pustule or blister is composed of thousands of cells so this mean that billions of viri have been released for each pustule that has been released. If zapping killed every virus that had been released into the body, great but the minute that you stop, other cells that are rupturing will release many more.
That is why, in the case of serious illness, Dr. Clark recommended zapping at least 8 hours a day or more if possible.