Optimization of diagnostics and treatment using hardware-software complex “IMEDIS-FALL”
AUTHORS : Hovsepyan A.A. | Machanyan A.S. | Gotovsky Yu.V.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Honey. center “SHINGAVIT”, Yerevan, Armenia;Center “IMEDIS”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
The method of vegetative resonance test (ART), proposed by Schimmel in 1978, is based on the resonance effect that occurs in the subject’s body when a certain spectrum of frequencies is presented from the outside, corresponding to a certain pathological factor. In the presence of a similar frequency spectrum in the subject’s body, a resonance effect occurs, which manifests itself in a change in skin resistance, which we fix when assistance of the hardware and software complex “IMEDIS-VOLL”.
Analyzing the data of more than 1500 patients obtained in the process of p using the ART method, it turned out that the data do not fully correspond to those obtained by paraclinical research methods. At work on data, analysis The obtained data revealed that in those patients who showed the presence of blockages and interference fields, the diagnostic results, as a rule, do not fully correspond to the data obtained by paraclinical research methods.