Diagnostic value of “high” biological indices to identify chronic pathologies
AUTHORS : Fedotov D.S. | Ozhigova T.V. | Kuznetsova I.M.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Center for Alternative Medicine “Veles-2000”, Tomsk, Russia
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Educational
In the original version of the vegetative resonance test (according to Schimmel), the scale of biological (mesenchymal) indices was proposed in the section for the diagnosis of oncological conditions. However, its further use in domestic practice showed a significantly larger diagnostic spectrum of biological indices (BI). In particular, it was shown that the presence of “low” BI – from 1 to 8 – indicates the degree of “stress” of the tested object, and the presence of “high” BI – from 14 to 21 – indicates, respectively, its “depletion”. Moreover, the identification of 3 or more BI in a patient does not at all indicate the presence of an oncological process in him.