POSSIBILITIES OF ELECTRO-PHOTONIC EMISSION ANALYSIS IN THE REPRESENTATION OF SYSTEM INFORMATION ENERGY PROCESSES OF THE HUMAN ORGANISM release_t3kd2ufh6ncylki5htrddiskeu

by G.V. Nevoit

Published in The Medical and Ecological Problems by Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy.

Volume 24, Issue 5-6 p17-20 (2020)

Abstract

The article presents the results of determining the clinical and diagnostic potential of using the electro-рhotonic emission analysis from human fingers during an objective structured clinical examination. The aim of the study is to assess the clinical and diagnostic capabilities of electro-рhotonic emission analysis in the reflection of systemic information energy processes of the human body to increase the effectiveness of measures to prevent and treat NCDs by improving their diagnosis and prevention through the introduction of modern science-intensive technologies and scientific magnetoelectrochemical concept of metabolism. The results of the оpen, non-randomized, controlled study of 56 functional respondents who do not systematically engage in sports are presented. The electro-рhotonic emission analysis was performed on a certified measuring device Bio-Well GDV Camera 2.0 (Bio-Well, Russia-USA). Different levels of functional status and different degrees of health were established as a result of the study. The method of electrophoton emission analysis allows us to calculate the parameters of the state of metabolism of substances at the tissue level and indirectly assess the general functional state of patients based on data processing regarding the intensity and nature of localization of photon emission from the fingers of the respondent. The method for the electro-рhotonic emission analysis is recommended by the authors for possible use in clinical medicine in order to objectively assess the energy status of the patient.
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