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I . PRESENTATION II. PRINCIPLES OF FUNCTIONING: III.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF ESG IV.BENEFITS OF THE ESG VI. SCIENTIFICS BASES 1. The quantum theory 2. Measurements of resistances of human body systems and organs 3. Colloidal Properties of a material 4. Perturbing foci and fields 5. Somaesthesia 6. Use of the principle of nuclear magnetic resonance in biology: 7. Information theory 8. Neurophysiology bases VII. INDICATIONS OF ESG VIII.CONTRAINDICATIONS OF ESG: IX. INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS 1. Neurophysiological, neurofunctional and neurosciences bases 2. Statistical interpretation (15000 measurements) 3. Clinical protocol APPENDICES
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I. PRESENTATION Electroscangraphy DDFAO is used to determine a delta function for the human body in the same way and using the same principles (measurement of electrical activity) as the electrocardiogram and electroencephalogram, which respectively determine cardiac and cerebral delta functions. The principle of ESG is to measure the body's electrical activity in 3D. It produces a synthesis based on quantum physics, neurophysiology and the neurosciences, using recognised medical bases to improve understanding of the human body's neurofunctional activity. By indicating the degree of activity of the main sub-cortical structures (hypothalamus, hypophysis and limbic system), the frontal lobes of the cortex, the immune system, neurovegetative system and all the organs, it can be used to provide a more global approach to medicine (psycho-neuro-immuno endocrine connection) and treatment monitoring. It is therefore an appropriate addition to your clinical observation equipment (examination time 2 minutes), enabling you to: Provide rapid treatment for the patient, save time and organisation refine your diagnosis by prescribing further conventional examinations practice preventive infra-clinical medicine practice functional medicine (visualisation of the source) take charge of the functional, psychological and pain components of all pathologies in synergy with conventional treatment. II. PRINCIPLES OF FUNCTIONING:
Computerized screening and functional diagnosis is the result of a combination of works: by quantum physics theorists by R. Voll (Organometry, measurement of organ resistances and human body) by T. Graham (the physiology of colloidal states of material) by V. Schmidt and X. Pflaum (neuro-humoral regulation) by H. Frôhlich (quantum supra-conductivity by coherent wave fields) by I. Prigogine (coherent spatial organisation forming "the dissipative structures" of biological systems) by application of mathematics and physics (Ohm’s law) to the functioning of the human body by the knowledge acquired in neurophysiology, neurofunctional medicine and neurosciences
This combination of work was performed thanks to the power and progress of electronic and computerised techniques in analytical human biology. The system introduces low intensity electrical signals (a continuous 1.28 V current) into the human body (this is totally painless and has no damaging effects) using the 6 electrodes referred to above. The electronic flow emitted by the contractors in these "biologically active areas" disperses in every direction along the body and transforms into an ion flux in tissues, which indicates the return to the level of resistivity or conductibility of the areas traversed. Greater or lesser conductibility of the tissues tested is amplified significantly in the presence of functional abnormalities (osteo-arthropathy, infectious foci, perturbers of the dental fields, reactogenic scarring, blood or lymphatic circulatory disorders, allergies, ionic disequilibria, intercellular transmissions etc.) The work by Pflaum (1979, 1982) showed that months or years of functional disorders in humoral and neural regulation may be followed by the development of diseases. Every disease pre-exists its presentation and in terms of informational electrical transmission (R. Sheldrake, T. Moss, P. Mandell). Any functional disorder therefore may anticipate the development of the corresponding organ disease by several months or years. This is the disorder measured by the ESG/ D.D.F.A.O. system
Application of Ohm's law to the biological system allows information to be obtained about areas of lesser resistance, normal resistant or high resistance, allowing the areas traversed to be diagnosed in the form of hypofunction, normo function or hyperfunction and the conductivity to be measured in the same areas, such that the test current sent separates electrons from ions, and thereby gives an indication of the aggregation state of the organic colloidal system. The electrical field creates a polarised area on the skin between 2 electrodes, producing a bio-electric change and an action potential of the tissues cells. Those ions generated for which carry a positive charge migrate towards the negative electrode and those which carry a negative charge towards the positive electrode. They are therefore distributed between the 2 electrodes. The device intermittently reverses the polarity so that each electrode alternatively becomes the cathode and then the anode. By applying Vincent's principle of electrotitrotion and bio-electronics, the system can therefore calculate the amounts of H+ and HC03- ions in the different tissues traversed, calculate their pH and therefore their acid or alkaline state. The electrodes are in contact with 6 areas of the skin which we shall call A, B, C, D, E and F.
The measurement programme includes 2 successive and inverse phase. When the current passes from A to B (from the anode to the cathode), and then from B to A, the electrodes send information to the measurement box -about the resistance and conductibility of the tissues traversed. -about the amount of H+ ions The measurement box sends these data to the programme in the form of diagrams or graphs of different colours. The parallel port or USB and the programme reproduces these results in the form of different coloured diagrams or graphs. - When the conductibility and number of H+ ions in the area traversed is normal, the colour is green: physiological function - When the conductibility of the area traversed is raised (when the current passes quickly) and the number of H+ ions is increased (acid pH): the colour is yellow when the increase is moderate (moderate hyperfunction) and red when the increase is severe (severe hyperfunction). When the conductibility of area traversed is low (the current passes slowly) and the number of H+ ions is reduced (basic pH): the colour is sky blue when the reduction is moderate (moderate hypofunction) and dark blue when the reduction is severe (severe hypofunction). Each measurement between 2 points corresponds to the recording of a branch consisting of a certain number of organs. The measurement sequence for the branches is performed in the following order: 2, 10, 4, 11, 6, 14, 7, 16, 17, 19, 22, 1, 9, 3, 12, 5, 13, 8, 15, 18, 20 and 21. By crossed analysis (common organs and systems in the different branches) of these 22 measurements of conductibility and H+ ions, the programme can target areas, organs and systems which are functioning physiologically or are in hypo or hyper function.
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The device works in connection with a computer of the type PC/AT through USB connection.20 / –60 Reduced bio conductivity -60 / –100 Greatly Reduced bio conductivity .+20 /+ 60 Increased bio conductivity -20 / +20 Normal bio conductivity . A tension of 1.28 V is applied on 6 electrodes.28 V 225/165/40 1. The electricity (5V) for the measurement is furnished by the USB connected to a computer.III. Technical Specifications : Functioning speed (per second) Tension of the electrodes while functioning Dimensions in mm Weight in kg USB connection 50000 1. 2 to the hand 2 to the feet 2 to the front The results are obtained by the intermediary of 7 measurements canals.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF DDFAO Technical data’s The DDFAO device converts to numerical form signals in order to obtain an examination by electric stimulation of biologically active points of the skin.5 5V Value scale of colors used( international chromatography ) : +60 / +100 Greatly increased bio conductivity .
07 7.5 68 84 100 125 150 270 390 430 470 690 910 955 1000 7.72 7.22 7.78 6.02 7.93 6.515 6.22 7.78 6.57 .68 6.42 7.97 7.91 6.76 7.52 7.89 6.03 6.98 7.58 6.45 6.88 6.27 7.57 7.47 7.37 7.28 7.16 7.8 7.83 6.67 7.98 6.12 7.52 7.38 7.62 7.9 6.23 7.88 6.42 7.08 7.25 7.5 11 19 27 35 43 55.17 7.13 7.17 7.4 7.Correspondences between Resistance and pH POURCENTAGE RESISTANCE KOhm (%) pH BLOOD pH INTRACELLULAR pH TISSUE 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 -80 -90 -100 2 6.83 6.28 6.33 7.13 7.63 6.73 6.15 7.39 7.47 7.41 7.14 7.73 6.08 7.03 7.18 7.92 6.32 7.
eliminating the barriers between conventional medical care and alternative medicine. it allows the evaluation of the quality of homeostasis of a given organism according to its regulatory capabilities and its capacity to adapt to its environment. -low cost medical system -non-invasive method of investigation -essential too that complements clinical observation -necessary time for measurement: 2 minutes The originality of this system comes from proposing a new way of reading the purely biophysical aspects of the body’s functioning but also from the establishment of a direct link between neuro-functional regulation and informational regulation which leads to an open system of regulation which integrates the conventional approach of disease and a biophysical approach which is quantifiable. The Synergy between these disciplines will allow the patient to have the optimum treatment of lesions . in neurofunctional medicine and in neurosciences. osteopathy…) .the DDFAO associated to the genomic profiles . . BENEFITS OF THE DDFAO The DDFAO System ( Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis) is the result of the progress achieved in data processing and in biotechnology.IV.At the dawn of the 21st century and alongside functional MRI .as well as standpoint functioning . The indications are shown visually and alternative medicine possesses finally a diagnostic tool and a follow up of therapies. genetic engineering and space medicine. of the body’s systems and of the segmental innervations of the skin. the DDFAO should be among the leaders in biotechnology with the added advantage that it can be used in the medical office. Magnetoencephalophy. homeopathy. -possibility to visualise the body’s function in the correct chronobiology of an individual -predictive medicine -structural diseases -dynamic analysis -electroscangram of the entire body (ESG) -follow up of therapies and control of treatments Through the analysis of organic tissue. The DDFAO will change the daily practice for doctors . Thus it opens the way for new research but offers already a mechanism of understanding which was unknown until now because it was not measurable ( acupuncture. The dysfunction preceding the lesion . will allow the doctor to practice “predictive medicine” which will certainly be the medicine of the XXIst century. of the application of mathematics and physics ( Ohm’s Law) to the human body and of the knowledge acquired in neurophysiology.
V.A report of all bioelectrical points integrated in virtual circuits: Main ESG meridians Paradox ESG meridians Muscular ESG tendon meridians Lo ESG points Assistance for choice of acupuncture points on body External and internal face electroauriculogram Bioelectrical regulation centers 4.Interpretation Functional Psychological or behavioral 6.The doctor’s report for the patient . The results present themselves under the following form: 1.Information for the patient 9. the ESG/ DDFAO proposes to doctors to visualize a body of data that shows the functional capacity and the homeostasis of the patient.Personalized diet and micro nutrition 7. An aid to the therapeutic decision: Biophysical treatments Products BRC Medibio are a homeopathy and acupuncture rational modernizations Classical homeopathy Osteopathy Chemical substances acting on the physical structures Phytotherapy Trace elements 5.RESULTS ANALYSIS After the recording of the data of the patient. Results analysis reserved for the doctor 8.Linear or circular graphs allowing the analysis regulatory systems of the organism 3.Supplementary examinations 10.Reconstitution pictures : Vertebral column report or Vertebral ESG (visualization of the rachis) Integral analysis or Organic ESG : an organic report (96 individualized zones ) Neurovegetative or autonomic system ESG report Segmental innervations ESG report Dental disruptive field ESG report Lymph node chain ESG report (value of the principals ganglions) 2.
SCIENTIFICS BASES 1. Formulated by Max Planck in 1900.confirmed in 1974 by Soviet researchers (4). they change gravitational orbits. Bassov and Alexandre Prokhorov received the Nobel Prize for physics in 1964 for the discovery of Maser (the Precursor of Laser) in the 50s. Nicolaï G. of subatomic particles. the concept of intercellular and inter-organ language thanks to coherent wave fields in 1988 (5) .The quantum theory This science of the infinitesimally small. Much research has been performed in this field " Georges Lakhovsky (cellular oscillating circuits. Niels Bohr. 1945 (2) " Erwin Schrödinger (Nobel Prize for quantum mechanics in 1933. (photons). at the watershed of the eastern and western cultures. and allows information coherence from the whole body to be maintained in a homeostatic hologram. placing the subatomic parts of material at the centre of the energy cybernetics of our homeostasis. Erwin Schrödinger. "open systems and entropy". we owe our knowledge of the structure of the atom to the works of the British physicist Ernest Rutherford. and absorbing or emitting electromagnetic radiation. 1952. Quantum theory is quintessential chemistry. physics and biology. Wolfgang Pauli. combines 2 major lines of medical thinking: eastern energy and western physiology. the photon is both a corpuscle and an energy quantum.VI. This elementary particle. were pioneers in this field. by dipolar oscillations of cell membranes. the concept of quantum action has been developed from 1926 to the modern day by Louis de Broglie. When electrons are hit by energy quanta. Paul Dirac and many others. performing what is called "quantum leaps". 1945(3) " Herbert Frolich (quantum supra-conductivity phenomena. Since the start of the 20th century. Werner Heisenberg. The Russians. 1939 (1) " Harold Burr ("Living cellular fields".
it has been shown that cyto-skeletal microtubules act as a guide for millimetre electromagnetic waves. M. Sit'ko. scientists from the Kiev State University: Ye. " Fritz Albert Popp (1989.U. progress in millimetre wave measurement machines (with a sensitivity in the region of 0. 13).5x10-22 W/Hz) made it possible to record human millimetre radiation (15). S. (11). and by others in other countries. In 1987 and 1993. could propagate throughout the entire biological system. coherent electromagnetic Laser type emissions. " Ilya Prigogine (Nobel prize winner for chemistry. A.V. Nedzvetsky from Odessa. accepting this hypothesis (14). in 1967 and Umezawa in 1976.P. (9) In terms of the concept of dissipative structures. N. Andreyev.I. At the end of 1997. by cellular DNA provide the communication for cells and tissues) (8)." In 1970. Davidov. which provide the resonance and coherence for all biological entities at frequencies of 1013 Hz and their harmonics. discovered "the existence of fundamental frequencies which are characteristic of the human body" (7). followed slightly later by Gründler and Kelmann in Germany. Closer to home. In the same period. 2000) observed that networks of neurones functioned in a manner which was synchronised both in phase and in amplitude (12. a model of holographic optical quanta was proposed by Pribram. in order to model the brain (10). for his research into the "dissipative structures" which through their coherent spatial organisation. 1977). Experimental studies on the action of millimetre electromagnetic wave resonance on the human body firstly opened new diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities and secondly gave birth to a new science: the physics of the living being. The dissipative quantum model of the brain was applied and confirmed for the neuronal networks by Pessa in 1999 (16). Cherkasov and S. which remains in a permanent state of change (6) " In 1982. Bely and S. and since the initial work by Lashley and Pribram showing the network functioning of neuronal populations.P. introduced the concept of solitons to explain metabolic energy transport mechanisms. at the Kharkov State University. Zalyubovskaya gave a first presentation on the effects of bio-resonances of millimetre waves. . had already biult up the quantum model of the brain. by analysing information obtained from extraordinary "opposing effects" observed by the physicists I. Webb conducted identical research. Freeman (l 996. Ricciardi. in Canada. acting through excitation of molecular chains. in 1991.S.
observing that dipolar quantum waves had varying frequencies in time and space. Liège. 1994 . 1989 9) Golant MB. P. Popp.D.b May 22. Application for the Discovery to the Committee of Inventions and Discovery at the Council of Ministers of the USSR. London 1945 4) N. Deryatkov. Ed. Pietteur. Considering that the physical properties of membranes allow these to oscillate at frequencies of 1010 to 1011 Hz (i.In 2000..The electric pattern of life". 1982 (in Russian) 8) F. Lakhovsky : « Le secret de la vie ».1974 5) H. Stengers : « La Nouvelle Alliance ». and Betskii O. : Acoustico-electric waves in cell membranes of living organisms . Ed. Gallimard..irradiation tends towards a constant level for each specific organism . England 3) Erwin Schrödinger: " What is life? ". Cambridge University Press. 32-OT. It has been established that a strong electric field ( # 105 V/cm) exists at the surface of each living cell membrane. Prigogine et I. In: Deviatkov N. Frohlich: " Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli Ed.a key problem for understanding of mm waves interaction with living orgamisms. 568 . C. A. "Biologie de la Lumière". Seven plus. Daniel Cy Ltd.W. Sit'ko S. Ed.e.D. atom and nucleus (18). U.V.The potency of the radiation depends on the functional state of the body. used very high sensitivity radiometric measurement systems to determine the radio-electric properties of the human body: . Springer Heidelberg. after the molecule. both for memory effects and for localised cerebral activities (17). the type of life and nutrition (19). 1979 7) Andreyev Ye. Paris 1928 2) Harold Saxton Burr : « Blue Print for immortality . millimetre waves). Ed. 1988 6) I. Eléonora Alfinito confirmed the quantum field theory. Gauthier-Villars. References 1) G. Sit'ko concluded that each cell of each living organisms could be considered to be a source of an electromagnetic pump. "'Manifestation of characteristic eigenfrequencies of human organism".For different people. Ed.1 0609. Soviet Physics USPEKHI 16. Saffron Walden. Specialists at the Scientific Research Centre for Quantum Medicine "VIDHUK" of the Ukraine Ministry of Health. the levels of radiation may differ by 2 or 3 values . This concept of the "living being" was considered by Sit'ko to be the 4th constituent of the quantum organisation of nature. Moscow. Bely M. A.
J. 60 20) H. Stuart. V.H. Yanenko A. Voll was able to measure the resistances of organs and systems in human beings.28 V current (minimal voltage to be applied between 2 electrodes in order to obtain passage of a current without changing biological systems). Biol. Takahashi and H. measured the human organ and body system resistance by electro-acupuncture (Voll organometer) to the passage of a continuous 1. 51-59. Y. Umezawa. Umezawa. 6. Theor. Several thousands of patients were tested in this way.10) K. Any increase in resistances indicates a hypo-reactivity or hypofunctioning (greater than 140 k ohms) process.. D28. Ermakov. Bloelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics 48. New Jersey.J. The resistances ranged between 1000 and 2 kiloohms. Davydov.Measurements of resistances of human body systems and organs In 1954.I. J. Sit'ko) 19) Sit'ko S. 1986. Dr Rheinhold Voll (1909-1990). by S. Kibemetic 4. 1991 11) A. and any fall in resistances indicated either an irritative process (between 94 and 71 k ohms). and Sept. Ricciardi and H.F. Freeman. Vitiello. 473 (1996) 14) LM. Rossman und F. . .5. Physics of the Alive. Physica. a world-renowned expert at the Kaiserlautern Biophysics Centre in Germany (20). a German physicist from Plochingen. Lawrence Erlbaum. Popp : Statistik der Elektroakupunktur nach Voll 1 Arztzeitschrift fùr Natur Heil Verfahren. Vol. 339 (1999) 17) C. 7.S. Jan. 605 (1978) 18) "Physics of the Alive". A.1987 12)13). (1998) 16) E. 1986.N.P. 623-630 2 . or either an inflammatory process or intoxication (resistances less than 70 k ohms).168. 44 (1967) 15) "Physics of the Alive". Pribram. 1994. 71. Pessa and G.1997. with limits of between 140 and 94 k ohms. A healthy individual in homeostatic equilibrium had values of 100 k ohms per measurement branch. Intem.V. P. Direct registration of the non equilibnium electromagnetic radiation of a human body in mm-range. (1993. 1. Brain and perception. (Ed. Voll's works were correlated and published in 1986 by Fritz Albert Popp. of Neural Systems. 1995)-. N02 .
Steiner). Similarly. electronic charges give the structure to the material. Krauss. allowing cells to keep their properties in a common medium. Any biological material taken from a clinically and biologically healthy body is a in a preserved colloidal state. failing which the material is reduced to the state of its constitutent materials. both in terms of the ions emitted and those which are received. Moss and P.3 µn.Colloidal Properties of a material After T. 1979) and to movements of cellular centrioles (M.3 .Perturbing foci and fields Studies by X. T. If these electrified micelles lost their electrical charge. and vice versa. trimers etc. the micelles lost their electric charge and precipitated (obvious crystallisation of a blood drop. Mandell demonstrated that any pathological . they stopped moving and precipitated. dimers.and extracellular water (which makes shorter or longer hydrostatic bonds: monomers. it is essential to constantly maintain this dual physical factor: movements-charge and charge-movements of micelles. called micelles). Graham discovered a new state of a material in 1861: the colloidal state. Pflaum (between 1979 and 1982) and by V. This results in one major law: all colloidal systems are not living but all living systems are colloidal. The essential characteristics of this "colloidal state" is that the perpetual movement of these unicellular particles (an agglomerate of similar molecules of 0. and by R. an intermediary between the mineral and organic. both increases and amplifies the quality of the electrical signal. The agitation was due to electrical charges which these particles carried and to the action of the terestial magnetic field (W. defines the permanent biological colloidal state and any damage to one or other of these factors causes them to precipitate. physical and chemical refinement allowed the observation to be made that the entire human body. The quality of the intra. Schmidt on neuro-humoral regulation.001 to 0. R. consists of infinitely small particles which were constantly moving and electrically charged. maintained in suspension. studies by Damadian). and all forming the "colloidal state". if their movement was slowed down or stopped. The colloidal state corresponds to a precise movement of eletronic charge within the living material. As a result of all this. 4 . Bornens). except for the integument. optical. up to 7 molecules may be bound together. Sheldrake.
Somaesthesia In addition to the clearly identified sensory organs such as eyes and ears. vibration etc. which is involved mostly in visceral sensitivity. 6. the human electrical field. 5 .process is preceded to a greater or larger extent by neuro-functional disequilibrium and locoregional electrical constants. Chemo reception. 6 . Somaesthesia represents four major modalities: mechanical sensitivity (touch. is linked to the autonomic nervous system. alternatively anode and then cathode. ligaments and tendons) and visceral sensitivity (the system inervating the viscera) (fig.). Vincent allowed measurement techniques for biological micro currents to be established. joints. induces polarisation of the biological volume traversed by the field. By applying Ohm's law. ion exchange.Measurement of biological microcurrents The research bio-electronics work by L. . thermal sensitivity. the electron flow transforming into an ion current. They obey very strict laws and constraints. The redox processes which permanently regulate all cell mechanisms for membrane equilibration. The Vincent bio-electronic allows pH. the body has receptors which are sensitive to tissue mechanical stimulation in almost all of its tissues. Information obtained from all of these receptors form the stomato visceral sensitivity and is divided into a somatic sensitivity or somaesthesia (either superficial or deep) (the system inervating the skin. performic acid) in the different tissues of the areas traversed. The electrical field created by a generator between 2 skin electrodes. osmotic and oncotic pressures.1). rH2 and pH and at the end of the day. It is based on the concept "of electrotitrotion". resistivities and redox (rH2) potentials of blood. This method has been automated and computerised by the German company Med-tronik. chemical sensitivity and pain. the system may therefore calculate the amounts of H+ ions (acid) and basic ions (HCOO. enzyme activity. urine and saliva to be analysed and biological micro currents to be measured.C.
Dr R. By a mechanical comparison. a mathematician and bio-physicist from the New York State University Medical Center. Sheldrake " The biology of light by A. which requires 1 and 1. 8 . it may be considered that application of NMR involves measuring the elasticity of the molecule.hydrostatic bonds).7 . i. coding of information in electromagnetic form at the level of the cell being the key to medicine for the future . the dipoles align along the electrical fields created by ions (atoms or groups of atoms carrying an electrical charge) within the cells. in an order which corresponds to the cell structure. the centrioles which were perpendicular become parallel (explaining the loss in tempero-spatial positioning of the cell).5 seconds to delete the orientation effects of the resistant field. water was the major component of all cells and water molecules formed dipoles.90 seconds. studied the magnetic resonance of water molecule protons in living cells (proton relaxation time. whereas the same tissues when diseased by tumour contain less bound water.Graham " Calculation of frequencies at an organic level by Sit'ko " Cell exchanges induce a potential difference at the level of the membrane These studies show the existence of an intercellular language within the body. All healthy tissues have times of between 0. In a healthy cell. had a different relaxation time to protons from healthy tissues. He showed that these protons. In his opinion. linked to H+/OH.F. when they formed part of a cancer cell.e. groups formed by two electrical or magnetic charges.Information theory This is based on the following work: " Morpho-genetic fields and information theory by R. The work by Dr Damadian completely confirmed the bio-electronic explanation for the origin of cancerous cells. The electrical charges are perturbed and the structure of the cell is disorganised in the cancer cell. Damadian came to the conclusion that the water molecules in cancerous tissue behaved differently to water molecules in normal tissue. which were equal and of opposite polarity.Use of the principle of nuclear magnetic resonance in biology: Dr Raymond Damadian. Popp " The colloidal theory by T.26 and 0.
through releasing factors from the hypothalamus By showing the extent of metabolic production.9 – Some Neurophysiology principles A review of the fundamental principles of neurophysiology will enable you to rapidly interpret the ESG Homeostasis Homeostasis is the natural capacity of our body to maintain a dynamic state of equilibrium of our internal environment. This dynamic regulation is subject to variations which remain within a physiological delta value. Homeostasis is dependent on cortical and sub-cortical structures (the capacity for functional regulation of homeostasis) and on genetic polymorphism (the capacity for genetic regulation of homeostasis) ESG allows the state of health of the subject (functional delta) to be established with respect to its ability to maintain correct homeostasis. The limbic system also controls our medium term memory and our learning memory.e. Our brain is above all programmed to ensure survival of the individual at all costs. However. as do all laboratory analyses. These variations must however be maintained within a physiological delta value ESG and brain’s structure The ESG records values of neuronal excitability and metabolic production of the following cortical and sub-cortical structures: Frontal lobes: which are the place where thought is constructed The hypophysis: production from which determines almost all of the hormonal system The hypothalamus represents 1% of the total weight of the brain i. The limbic system influences our behaviour and the handling of our emotions. the electrocardiogram or electroencephalogram. As we know that emotions influence the immune system. However it controls a large part of our major functions: Blood pressure Hunger/thirst regulation The autonomic nervous system Body temperature The endocrine system. The ESG images may therefore vary depending on chronobiology and according to the circumstances at the time of measurement. In addition it plays a role in triggering dermatological problems . we can understand the importance of this measurement. ESG plays a key role in neurofunctional diagnosis ESG also allows the level of neuronal excitability of the limbic system to be estimated. Amongst other things this survival is based on respect of the equilibrium of these constants of our internal environment. 4 grams. the endocrine system and the autonomic nervous system. all systems and organs contribute to maintaining homeostasis.
T lymphocytes also give rise to NK (Natural Killer) cells which are necessary for the removal of organisms and cancer cells Connection neuro.endocrino-immune (image I and II) The image I helps us to understand the interrelationship or connection between the 3 body systems: The central nervous system. the implications of stress in medical terms is still a current topic.(image IV) From this curve it is clear that a state of stress maintained by infection. as antibodies released by B lymphocytes require the presence of T lymphocytes. Stress is necessary for life. Sanguineous pH and tissue pH (image V ) Finally. the neuropeptides. They may also be sufficient to explain many dysfunctions (constipation. stress etc. as a result of feedback from persistent stress. we can better understand how inflammation. (image III) In addition. with which is associated the autonomic nervous system The endocrine system The immune system This connection is achieved through molecules. allergy. neuromediators and cytokines. T lymphocytes form one of the bases of the immune system. a virus or a psychological problem will have repercussions on immunity. cardiovascular diseases).The autonomic nervous system : dysfunctions of the autonomic nervous system are factors which aggravate many diseases (diabetes. although its persistence is responsible for dysfunctions and factors which aggravate many diseases. can lead to a fall in immunity or a depressive state These 2 curves demonstrate the inverse relationship between blood cortisol levels and the number of plasma T lymphocytes.) ESG and immunity Immunity : ESG also records the level of T lymphocytes circulating in the body. The relationships of this organisation are essential for the neurofunctional interpretation of ESG demonstrates the importance of the endocrine system and the effects of existing modulation or feedback The stress Discovered by PR Seyle. gastrointestinal problems. for example gastro-intestinal. you should remember that blood and tissue pH behave inversely Acidosis corresponds to basic tissues (blue colour on the ESG) .psycho.
Image I Central Nervous System Right Cortex reticular Autonomic System Serotonin SS Médulloadrenal Catécholamines immune System Image II Left Cortex THALAMUS Glucocorticoïds limbic System ADH Dopamin HYPOTHALAMUS MSH GRF CRF LFR TRF HYPOPHYSIS Corticoadrenal endocrine System cognitif stimuli (emotionnal stress) No cognitif stimuli (bacteries.toxins) MSH Hypothalamus CRH Lymphocytes CRH Hypophysis ACTH TSH FSH Macrophages IL-1 Lymphocytes B Adrenal Glucocorticoïds ACTH .virus.
Hypothalamus Limbic S. intoxication. Autonomic system Médulloadrenal Catécholamines persistent Stress Hypophysis Corticoadrenal Cortisol Glucocorticoïds vigilance feedback Effects Come back to normal .allergie. virus. Immune S.Image IV T LYMPHOCYTES 8H 11H 16H 22H CORTISOL PLASMA 8h Image III Stress Bacteries. psychological conflict .
Image V TISSUES ACID Foods Drinks Medicine ALKALIN Sanguineous Inversion Interfaces acid /alkalin Reduction /oxydation URINE ACID .
Oncology Determine the oxidizing stress in a basic medium.) ENT Distinguish between allergy and chronic inflammation Monitor treatment Surgery Estimate the body's recovery potential before surgery and thereby reduce the risk of neucosomial diseases Reduce stress before surgery Improve healing Anti-age medicine ESG provides a view of inflammation and tissue ischemia which significantly increases entropy Endocrinology Note the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection and therapeutic monitoring of replacement therapy Psychology and psychiatry Note the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection and acquire greater understanding of the origin of psychiatric pathologies or behaviour Nutritionists Note the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection and acquire greater understanding of the origin of obesity or anorexia. psychology. sympathetic system. to determine the cause and origin The functional complications of lesions Recorded cure for all diseases Gynaecology By visualising the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection To understand the causes of hypofertility or sterility To monitor difficult pregnancies Cardiology The inflammatory region revealed by the DDFAO can help: Evaluate cardiovascular risk Initiate action to prevent the pathology Monitor treatment of cardiovascular diseases Treat aggravating factors (cortisol . and introduce prevention at this stage View the dysfunction caused by the cancerous lesion and restore homeostasis to improve prognosis Therapeutic monitoring .VII. INDICATIONS FOR ESG / DDFAO General medicine: Essential tool complementary to clinical observation to determine: Whether homeostasis is respected (internal media constants) and if it is not to prescribe further examinations (screening) Functional diseases. which promotes genetic damage responsible for initiating cancer. immunity….
endocrine. Pain-relief medicine Practicing neurofunctional auricular acupuncture helps reduce almost all types of pain. mucosal hyperpermeability …. Dermatology Skin diseases often have psychological. Interpretation will require visualisation of all reconstituted images as well as graphics. taking chronobiology into account. 5000 years ago. but the results could be incorrect due to the presence of the baby IX. Pathological grids cannot be drawn up on the basis of DDFAO examinations because the same pathologies can cause different dysfunctions. Homeopathy: Homeopathy acts without drugs. which neurophysiologists call homeostasis. . Professor Alimi relieves Gustave Roussy cancer sufferers using this method and a publication proves that this technique has given results where morphine was ineffective. Acupuncture Acupuncture. was used to restore the body's balance (yin /yang). is also taken without using subjective methods such as pulse-taking or the condition of the tongue. neurofunctional and neuroscientific aspects and inductive statistics (using more than 15000 measurements). An electrical measurement of all the meridians. using the transmission of low frequency electromagnetic waves. CONTRAINDICATIONS OF DDFAO: Cardiac pacemaker wearers Dermatological lesions in contact with the electrodes Amputation of member Pregnant women: the examination is not dangerous. INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS Interpretation is based on neurophysiological. oxygenation at muscle level and the athlete's psychological condition will influence his or her performance. It is precisely these variations in balance and connections which DDFAO displays. created by the Chinese empirically.) Sports medicine Practicing sport at a high level requires an optimal state of homeostatic balance Visualising the levels of stress.visualisation of the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection is used to determine the origin of pathologies and appropriate treatment. using your medical knowledge. allergic or hepatic origins…. DDFAO which records bioconductivity. VIII. immune system.Gastro-enterology Note the psychoneuro-endocrino-immune connection and acquire greater understanding of the origin of digestive problems (constipation. is used to recommend the most suitable bioelectronic treatment.
detecting organic or structural lesions which alter function can only take place dynamically. If the treatment is long-duration. The automatic measurement will provide information on the functional status. Patients under medication (anti-inflammatories. antidepressants.Neurophysiological. The measurement and interpretation provided by DDFAO does not take the clinical context or clinical examination into account. taking chronobiology into account and visualising the origin of the dysfunctions detected in organs or systems. so that several records (stimuli) are needed to be able to judge homeostatic regulation.The level of deviation from homeostasis must be interpreted and a functional diagnosis made. In agreement with Pflaum's work on neurofunctional regulation. to make a functional diagnosis of a patient: The comparison with standard measurements will provide information on the patient's functional status in real time and the functions of each system and organ with respect to the norm. the examination is performed taking into account the fact that most drugs reduce bioconductivity (basic terrain) except in the event of drug allergy. so the physician must make the synthesis between the measurement and the clinical context (pathology. One measurement must be mad according to the standard and one using the automatic device. Therefore. neurofunctional and neuroscientific bases The pH conditions the voltage and intensity of each zone of the body and determines the activity of Ca+ dependant voltage An tissue alkaline pH is a sign of: Tissue hypoxia Vessel vasodilatation (increased NO and reduced catecholamines and serotonin) Increased cellular exchanges and tissue proliferation Increased apoptosis and genetic damage Reduced neuronal excitability Acidosis (Sanguineous) An tissue acid pH is a sign of: Tissue hyperoxia Vessel vasoconstriction (reduced NO and increased catecholamines and serotonin) Reduced cellular exchanges and tissue proliferation Accelerated entropy Increased neuron excitability alkalosis(Sanguineous) . pharmacopoeia.) which remains essential. increases bioconductivity. on the contrary.) must specify their treatment. which. prior history…. If the treatment is short-lasting. the function is. the examination can be postponed until 15 days after the end of treatment. by definition. dynamic. hypotensives. hormones…. 1. antibiotics. diuretics.
reduced bioconductivity: unbalanced homeostatic condition possibility of: Chronic inflammation with vasodilatation and increased cell exchanges requiring a search for foci through complementary examination oxidizing stress through reduction of redox potential . catecholamines. stoke diabetes Type II hypofertility thyroid deregulation adrenal gland deregulation hepatic deregulation degeneration of all kinds. and depending on its prior history (system feedback effects). seats of psychological disorders or conflicts) which could cause inflammation. including macular. intoxication. bacterial infection. serotonin and reduced NO and voltage dependent Ca++ If this condition persists. Possibility of initiating benign or malignant tumoral processes development of necrotic processes allergy or intoxication (which are both types of inflammation) vicious post-traumatic sequelae. In the automatic measurement bioconductivity is increased: homeostatic status unbalanced possibility of: stress (look for viral. allergies. dryness of all kinds. the clinical context and complementary examinations are required to eliminate this possibility oxidizing stress by raising the redox potential search for interconnections and feedback effects of a functional or already pathological psychoneuro-endocrino-immune function imbalance increased neuron excitability increased CO2 . impotence. taking into account from both a diagnostic and a therapeutic points of view what is stabilised or aggravated in the automatic measurement. with or without reactional disturbing or destabilising foci. dwarfism.Functional diagnosis is performed by comparing the automatic measurement with the standard measurement. increased bioconductivity can cause deficiency diseases: possibility of: connectivity arthritis muscle contractions acute attacks of inflammatory osteoarthritis cardiovascular diseases : artherosclerosis .
. reduced bioconductivity can cause diseases due to excess: Possibility of: osteoarthritis thyroid deregulation somesthetic disorders cardiovascular diseases : arteriosclerosis diabetes Type I adenomas fibromas Paget's disease polyposis Ocular hypertension Possibility of progression of benign or malignant tumour processes and increased apoptotic processes. and depending on its prior history (system feedback effects).search for interconnections and feedback effects of functional or already pathological psychoneuro-endocrino-immune imbalance reduced neuronal excitability reduced CO2 . serotonin and increased NO and voltage dependent Ca++ If this condition persists. catecholamines.
This patient requires further examination. particularly with respect to the thyroid. Ischemia in the phrenic zones and upper limbs is due to muscular tension. Hyperthroidism is the result of hyper-production by the hypothalamus and the hypophysis. Hypoexcitability of the frontal lobes reflects an increase in cerebral activity. .2.This patient displays a strong potential for recovery with a possibility of rapidly reaching a state of vigilance and stress with no feedback effects (immunity and physiological limbic system).Statistical interpretation (15000 measurements) CASE 1 .
This patient wants to become pregnant and has a menstrual delay (15 days) without pregnancy.CASE 2 . reduced immunity (T lymphocytes stored in the thymus). increased emotivity (limbic system) and increased cerebral activity (frontal lobes) indicating high stress (slaved right hand measurement) . She displays hormonal hypoproduction (hypophyseal zone).
Cardiovascular examinations have been prescribed . Ischemia in the upper limbs causes pain.CASE 3 .This patient takes hormone replacement treatment. Ischemia in the limbic system causes insomnia and tension headaches. which has caused a dysfunction of the hypothalamus and hypophyseal hormone production reflected in the thyroid.
This patient suffers from severe hormonal problems (hypothalamus and above all hypophyseal dysfunction). emotivity increased and the frontal lobes are in a state of hypoexcitation. . requiring further examination of these organs. Slaved measurement is used to note the level of asthenia and hypometabolism in this patient. Ischemia reflects inflammation of the digestive system. indicating depression. kidneys and genital area. Immunity is reduced.CASE 4 .
Feedback effects of stress in the immune and limbic systems. Digestive and urogenital examinations are necessary.Severe ischemia requiring further examination. there is a significant increase in cardiovascular risk. . In this case.CASE 5 . Hormonal disorders.
. It is essential to find the cause of the stress through further examination. reflecting homeostatic imbalance with persistent stress leading to feedback effects with reduced immunity and short-term memory and increased emotivity.Stationary condition between the standard and automatic measurements.CASE 6 .
The slaved measurement of the limbic system indicates that the patient suffers from insomnia.Patient displaying sympathetic dystonia with dysfunction of the hypothalamus and rapidly controlled stress in the chronobiology. The patient is hypertensive and suffers from hypercholesterolemia. . The automatic measurement shows that the hypophyseal dysfunction is compensated. since the problem is controlled by the left cortex (hyperexcitability). this dystonia should be monitored and a cardiovascular examination performed. the posterior hypothalamus appears to be the reason for this. However.CASE 7 .
.Patient under anticoagulant following cardiopathy.CASE 8 . The ischemia with feedback effects in the immune and limbic systems indicates that the this patient displays factors aggravating the pathology and the cardiovascular risk is greatly increased.
Emergency measures must be taken. Ischemia with increased sympathetic activity and stress are factors which aggravate the pathology.Patient suffering from type I diabetes.CASE 9 . .
This patient suffers from hyperproduction of vasopressin in the hypothalamus accompanied by hypertension and reduced diuresis.CASE 10 . which is reflected by chronic asthenia. .
.CASE 11 . Since diuresis is reduced. vasopressin is increased. indicating an increase in hormone production.This patient suffers from hypothalamic and hypophyseal hyperproduction. leading to hypertension. The patient also suffers from insomnia (limbic system) Cardiovascular monitoring is essential for this patient.
intoxication. allergies. increased risk of degenerative neurological disease.• If the mean of all the recording branches is >+20: premature ageing. risk of genetic damage and cancerogenic initiation: degenerative terrain. neuro-endocrine disorders. inflammatory condition with increased cardiovascular risk. Inherited disposition to allergy If the mean of all the recording branches is <-20: chronic fatigue. digestive intolerance. Degenerative state . neurovegetative dystonia (spasmophilia). possibility of chronic inflammation.
Diagnosed cancer Multiple sclerosis . thyroxin.• If cortisol. immunity and the left cortex display reduced bioconductivity: possibility of degenerative disease.
The origin of the dysfunction is hyper-production of the hypothalamo –hypophyseal pathway reflected in the thyroid. 2 standard 30 second measurements 2 automatic 30 second measurements We make the functional diagnosis by comparison between the 2nd visit using the automatic device (Aa) and the second visit using standard measurements (Na) The dynamics between the standard examination and the automatic examination reveals the origin of the functional problems affecting the organs and systems visualised by the standard or slaved measurements: 2 examples Greater bio conductivity problems indicating a state of stress.Clinical protocol a) – All new patients have 4 measurements made: all using the automatic delta to optimise measurement. . This measurement is automatic using the dynamic examination icon.
A new basic examination (30 seconds) is performed after 5 minutes: There are 2 possibilities: • bioconductivity is not regulated or has worsened This is doubtless an organic or structural problem. osteopathy ….we start by regulating the target areas. b) Depending on the changes in bioconductivity observed and aid in deciding on a proposed treatment: BRC MEDIBIO .However. in this case. auricular acupuncture. confirming hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. hypothalamo-hypophyseal dysfunction is sustained and a urogenital disorder is indicated by the automatic measurement. The measurements show the same image of lack of regulation when bio conductivity falls steeply from L1 to S5. . somatic acupuncture. homeopathy.
Examination recorded Examination 5 minutes after treatment Further biochemical and lesional examinations are requested. Examination obtained .…. : It is a case of ankylosing spondylitis. Laboratory tests. X-rays. All the cases we have sent for further examination have confirmed a more or less serious organic or structural biochemical problem.. biophysical treatment in association with conventional treatment may help the patient. particularly in the event of pain (auricular acupuncture) • Bioconductivity is regulated We then regulate the other zones until a well-balanced homeostatic result is obtained. In this case.
Examination 5minutes after treatment .
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Alterations in the state of individual organs and major systems influence these electrical characteristics.D. Based on this information.D. The program stores a database of patients. Because it is easy to use and highly effective. To perform these tests. The patient examination is performed using six connected electrodes. provided by a MEDI L. the dysfunction of which can lead to various diseases . following prior instruction on how to use the system. clinical tests were performed on the Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis .Botkin municipal hospital clinic Alexéev V. Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis .D. Depending on the type of diagnosis to be made the examination takes between 30 seconds and 3 minutes. Between 19 June and 25 June 2003.DDFAO. composed as detailed in the appendix. (France) specialist. composed as detailed in the appendix. During development of the system we used the work done by R. Measuring instruments are used to determine deviations when there is a rise or fall in these values. the DDFAO system can be used by various different types of medical establishment to make a rapid evaluation of a patient's condition.G. produced by MEDI L. (France). a system.Pflaum. The tests were performed by employees of the functional diagnosis section.DDFAO System. V.Voll. The values thus obtained from the signal between the different branches are within a range of –100 to 100 conventional units and are used to evaluate the state of the patient's organs and systems. composed as detailed in the appendix. the system performs the analysis and gives an indication of that state of the organs and systems – essential targets. in the functional diagnosis section of the S. The data recorded is transmitted to the computer. a technical trial report and documentation including a description of the system and the user manual were provided. (France).DDFAO System. is intended for use in rapid patient examination based on the analysis of electrical conductivity of human organs and systems. users and examinations as well as a dynamic analysis of the patient's condition over time.Clinical trials "Approved" Deputy Chief Medical Officer of S.P.P. produced by MEDI L. The biophysics of the electrical characteristics of the human body are used to confirm that there is a range of values of electrical conductivity and capacity specific to a healthy body. (France). 25 June 2003 Report on clinical testing Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis .Botkin municipal hospital clinic. produced by MEDI L.Schmidt and X. The tests were intended to determine the main parameters and possibilities for recommending the use of the device in diagnostic establishments and prophylaxis centres.D. The DDFAO program analyses the data obtained and generates a large number of reports on the condition of the patient examined.
disk space – at least 35 Mb. The program runs with all types of video adaptor resolution. RAM – 32 Mb or more.20 Mean of the 69 zones of the somatotom: . mouse. CD ROM drive. sound card.30 Mean of the 69 zones of the somatotome – 33 Volumes of the electrosomatogram most affected: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 16 18 bioconductivity decreased Automatically controlled dynamic analysis: aggravation of all values in automatic mode and standard deviation: 47 Zones of the somatotom most affected: left cortex and immune system .23 Volumes of the electrosomatogram most affected: 1 2 3 4 5 6 bioconductivity decreased Automatically controlled dynamic analysis: aggravation of all the values and standard deviation: 60 Zones of the somatotom most affected: zones of the cortex and digestive system overall with diminished bioconductivity Batch 3: patients suffering from malignant tumours Mean of electrosomatogram:.Required computer configuration: Processor – Pentium or higher. Protocol The tests were performed on 65 patients between 19 June and 25 June 2003 The 65 patients were split into 4 batches: Batch 1: healthy patient with no known pathology or symptoms Batch 2: hepatic patients Batch 3: patients suffering from malignant tumours Batch 4: patients hospitalised with severe depression 33 women aged between 26 and 75 32 men aged between 24 and 82 Measurements were all taken dynamically (measurement time 2 minutes) The diagnosis took into account: The electrosomatogram: value of 22 volumes recorded The somatotom: value of 69 zones Standard deviation of the automatic examination Result Batch 1: healthy patient with no known pathology or symptoms Mean of electrosomatogram between –5 and +10 Mean of the 69 zones of the somatotom: between –10 and +12 Volumes of the electrosomatogram most affected: 115 17 3 4 bioconductivity increased 2 4 16 18 bioconductivity decreased Automatically controlled dynamic analysis: improvement of all values in automatic mode and standard deviation: 73 Zones of the somatotom most affected: phrenic zones and arm Batch 2: hepatic patients Mean of electrosomatogram: .
the somatotom and dynamic analysis using variable parameters is undeniably interesting in addition to the practitioner's clinical observations. considering its composition as detailed in the Appendix of this Report. and enables a functional delta to be determined and detects pathologies at an early stage.DDFAO System. Conclusion: The DDFAO analyses the body's bio conductivity using a method requiring no intervention by either the patient or the practitioner in just 2 minutes and by producing reconstituted graphics and images such as the electrosomatogram. Analysis of the standard deviation can also be used to judged the patients' recovery potential in both healthy and sick patients.N. can be used by diagnostic establishments and prophylaxis centres.10 Mean of the 69 zones of the somatotom . Physician in the functional diagnosis section Mertsalova O. and it is recommended for registration by the Russian Federation Ministry of Health. Discussion: It is clearly demonstrated that analysing the measurement of bio conductivity determined by the DDFAO examination detects the pathologies we selected (hepatitis. . Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis . The means of the results described above are: In batch 1: 73 % In batch 2: 77 % In batch 3: 79 % In batch 4: 89 % Which is extremely significant.DDFAO System. severe depression) simply through dynamic analysis of the electrosomatograms and somatotoms obtained and the standard deviation in automatic mode.12 Volumes of the electrosomatogram most affected: 1 3 16 18 bio conductivity strongly decreased Automatically controlled dynamic analysis: aggravation of values 1 3 16 18 in automatic mode and standard deviations: 63 Zones of the somatotom most affected: right and left cortex. cancers. limbic system and immunity.Batch 4: patients hospitalized for severe depression Mean of electrosomatogram: . although it is clear that this screening requires further examination to confirm the diagnosis. meets modern requirements for advance diagnosis and may considerably reduce the time needed to prescribe methods of investigation or further treatment for patients. Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis .
Appendix to the clinical test report of 25 June 2003 Composition of the Computerized Screening and Functional Diagnosis . Electrodes to apply to the patient. 3. Device connected to the computer's USB port. . DDFAO Multilingual CD – the DDFAO program.DDFAO System 1.N. 2. 4. Connecting cables and wires. 5. Mertsalova O. User manual.
DDFAO. (France). echography. composed as detailed in the appendix. Lvova 03 July 2003 Report of clinical tests performed on the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system . produced by MEDI L. spas and prophylaxis centres. practicing diagnosis and treatment. the possibility of recommending the installation and use of the CAFDS system by diagnostic establishments. Destination of the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system – DDFAO The computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system . from the functional point of view.. (France). The tests were performed on patients who visited the centre for various reasons.V.D. includes the DDFAO measuring .2002. Test procedure During the period of 23 June 2003 to 03 July 2003 at the OOO "Jeldorpharmtrans" medical centre. Serial N° MDKZ N°15032 / 6491 dated 18.D. ECG. being produced by MEDI L. Xrays….D. Purpose of the tests To determine. ) Once the diagnosis was made. composed as detailed in the appendix. (France). 3. technical and toxicological test reports.DDFAO. the patients were sent for conventional examinations (laboratory tests."Approved" General Manager of the OOO "Jeldorpharmtrans" Medical centre E. Protocol Tests were performed on 70 patients between 23 June and 03 July 2003 49 women aged between 15 and 73 21 men aged between 19 and 78. technical documentation has been provided: description of the system and operating manual. Composition of the system during tests The system is composed as indicated in the appendix to the report. covered by a licence. issued by the Moscow Public Health Committee. clinical tests were held concerning the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system .07. we looked at the CAFDS results again to determine the system's efficacy. produced by MEDI L. 4. 1. through tests. after clinical observation.DDFAO. 2. A dynamic CAFDS examination was performed and then.
6 %. During development of the system we used the work done by R. it is designed to make a rapid examination of a patient.Schmidt and X. the patient is connected by six electrodes which measure the electrical characteristics of specific skin zones. The CAFDS device is connected to the computer's USB port. gallstones. Using the DDFAO device. were verified by specialised investigations. 5. digestive intoxication. RAM – 32 Mb or more. produced by MEDI L. disk space – at least 35 Mb. Test procedure During clinical testing. gastric ulcers. based on an analysis of the volume conductivity of human organs and systems. dysfunction of which can lead to various diseases Required computer configuration: Processor – Pentium or higher. the data are entered into the computer and subjected to later processing by the DDFAO program. to detect organs needing further examination or a visit to a specialist. Conclusion With a figure of 79. The data from the examination of patients obtained using the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system .DDFAO. (France) was used in the OOO "Jeldorpharmtrans" medical centre for fast patient diagnosis. Alterations in the state of individual organs and major systems influence these electrical characteristics. it is undeniable that this system.DDFAO can be used in different medical establishments for fast evaluation of a patient's bodily condition and to detect any eventual pathologies. Based on this information.device and program.D. It appears that for various pathologies (spasmophilia. V. the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system DDFAO. increasing or reducing conductivity and capacity which are recorded by the DDFAO device. The signals obtained between the different branches are within a range of –100 to 100 conventional units and used to evaluate the state of the patient's organs and systems with sufficient accuracy.. mouse. the DDFAO system showed a degree of correlation with the data produced by the conventional tests to a level of 79. The program runs with all types of video adaptor resolution. with its ease of use and the time needed to take the measurement . arrhythmias ……) . Depending on the type of diagnosis involved. the system performs the analysis and gives an indication of the state of the organs and systems – essential targets. sound card. Because it is very easy to use and extremely efficient. thereby reporting on each of the patient's visits to analyse the dynamics of the patient's condition over time. with a high degree of certainty. the examination lasts from 30 seconds to 3 minutes. 6. The biophysics of the electrical characteristics of the human body allow us to confirm that there is a range of values of electrical conductivity and capacity specific to a healthy body.Voll. It was noted that the probability diagnostics provided by the DDFAO system showed a high degree of correlation with the data from investigations made using conventional methods. tension migraines. 70 patients were examined. It was concluded that the data acquired could be used. which analyses the data acquired and produces a large number of reports relative to the condition of the patient examined.Pflaum. CD ROM drive. During the examination. the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system . The information on each new patient is entered into the database.6 % of correlation between the diagnosis established and the DDFAO. running as a dependant interface controlled by a computer program. The DDFAO device does not require an external power supply.
. can be used by diagnostic establishments and prophylaxis centres.DDFAO. User manual. is useful in addition to clinical observation in medical diagnostic centres. and it is recommended for registration by the Russian Federation Ministry of Health.( 2 to 3 minutes). DDFAO Multilingual CD – the DDFAO program.A. considering its composition as given in the Appendix of this Report. for directing the patient in a rational manner to other more costly examinations. Lobanova G. The computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system . produced by MEDI L. (France) (see the appendix to this report) meets modern requirements for advance diagnosis and may considerably reduce the time needed to prescribe methods of investigation or further treatment for patients. Appendix to the clinical test report of 03 July 2003 Composition the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system – DDFAO: Device connected to the computer's USB port.D. : Lobanova G.A. the computer aided functional diagnosis and screening system . Electrodes to apply to the patient.DDFAO composed as detailed in the appendix. Connecting cables and wires.