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GDV diagnostics, gas discharge imaging method - Causes, symptoms and treatment. MF.

  • GDV diagnostics, gas discharge imaging method - Causes, symptoms and treatment. MF.

    GDV diagnostics( bioelectrography) is the computer registration and analysis of glow induced by objects, including biological ones, when stimulated by an electromagnetic field with amplification in a gas discharge. A relatively new and promising method of diagnosing diseases in the early stages.

    The parameters of the gas-discharge image depend on the properties of the object under study and thus, by analyzing the nature of the glow induced by the objects, it becomes possible to judge the energy state of the object at a particular moment. The method is based on the Kirlian effect( "high-frequency photography").

    The term "Kirlian effect" refers to the visual observation or registration on a photographic material of the glow discharge that appears near the surface of the object under investigation when the latter is placed in an electric field of high intensity. When describing the results of a study of biological objects, sometimes the term "bioelectrography" or "kirlianography" is used-the recording of a glow on a photographic material or other medium that allows the image to be captured.

    In a sense, the GDV shows a person's biofield. Even minor disturbances in the body are reflected in the GDV-gram, which suggests even the initial stage of any disease in the body region where the GDV-gram is broken.

    Indications and Contraindications to GDV Diagnostics

    The GDV method is recommended for screening at risk groups( for example, people with food and drug sensitization) for the purpose of timely and controlled implementation of primary prevention measures. The use of HWR is useful for monitoring the effective correction of the interaction of the functional systems of the body in the process of treatment and rehabilitation, in analyzing the therapeutic effect and for preventing side effects of various therapies, for determining additional indications for allopathic methods of treatment and objectifying their action. The GDV diagnostic method( gas-discharge imaging) allows one to suspect the presence of unmanifested pathology of internal organs and regulatory systems.

    The HVR diagnostician allows not only to "see" the existing diseases, but also to identify the risk areas, as well as to prevent the development of the disease.

    With the help of GDV-diagnostics, problems with the spine, internal organs disorders, circulatory system, immunity decrease, inflammatory processes, disorders in the central nervous system are well recognized.

    GDV-diagnostics is absolutely safe, therefore it can be used as a monitoring method to check the effectiveness of the treatment. The reliability of the results, according to experts, is 90-95%.

    The method is certified, tested in leading research institutes of the country.

    The use of bioelectrography in patients with acute myocardial infarction and patients with an implanted pacemaker is not recommended.

    GDV diagnostics( gas discharge imaging) is an absolutely painless diagnostic procedure.

    GDV complex

    The hardware-software GDV-complex is a convenient and easy-to-use device that allows to conduct examination of patients with various pathologies that provides a wide range of its applications.

    Devices for HWR diagnostics:

    Photo HWR complex to examine each finger alternately

    Photo HWR complex for rapid diagnostics at once 10 fingers

    Advantages of GDV are as follows:

    - obtaining quantitative information about the level of energy homeostasis of the body as a whole and separate functional systems;

    - monitoring of individual response to the impact of procedures, allopathic and homeopathic medicines, weak information effects;

    - the ability to follow the development of processes over time, the comparison of structural, functional and temporal processes in the body;

    - objectivity of information - independence from the experience of a particular user;

    - non-invasiveness, safety and complete sterility;

    - methodical simplicity and convenience - absence of any requirements for placement, environmental conditions, qualification of the performer;when examining a person's condition - removing information only from the limbs of the patient;

    - visibility and interpretability of the results obtained, convenience of storage and processing.

    GDV diagnostics is recommended for the following tasks:

    • Mass screening Diagnosis of diseases( preventive express diagnostics) Such diagnostics can be carried out among a healthy population as part of professional examinations in schools, enterprises, etc. This will allow the screening method to identify the most affected organs and systems at the time of examination, as well as potentially dangerous areas of the body.
    • Express method of syndromic assessment of patients in hospitals, polyclinics, dispensaries, sanatoriums, which allows to sharply limit the range of diagnostic search.
    • Selection of individual methods of treatment based on the analysis of GDV-gram.

      Research is planned before and after exposure to the human body of allopathic, homeopathic drugs, psychotherapy, physiotherapy, etc.
    • Monitoring the patient's condition during treatment( monitoring the condition of patients) and evaluating the effectiveness of ongoing treatment involves a dynamic evaluation of BEO-grams during treatment.
    • Selection of effective maintenance treatment.
    • Dynamic monitoring of patients includes evaluation of BEO-grams during long-term monitoring of the patient's condition. Thus, it becomes possible to prevent exacerbation of chronic diseases( secondary prevention).
    • Primary prevention of diseases.

    Assessing the degree of functional tension of organs, using the GDV method, it is possible to identify violations at the stage of "pre-illness" and select individual correction methods( change of work, housing, lifestyle, nutrition, etc.) to prevent the development of diseases.

    Requirements for GDV research:

    • The study should be conducted in a well-ventilated room and, preferably, isolated from external noise.
    • It is carried out on an empty stomach or 3-4 hours after a light meal.
    • On the day of the study, it is desirable to empty the intestine, and immediately before the examination, the bladder.
    • Long nails should be cut.
    • Do not drink alcohol for 12 days before the test, do not smoke for 12 hours.
    • Immediately before starting the test, dirty hands should be washed, wipe dry hands with a dry cloth.
    • All metal objects( rings, bracelets, watches) must be removed from the hands of the examinee.
    • Place the finger in the center of the screen in such a way that the image does not go beyond the window( angle of inclination 10-30 degrees), with the direction of the finger should be perpendicular to the front wall of the device.
    • During the study, the patient should be calm and not talk.
    • No outsiders in the room at the time of the study( only patient and researcher).

    Methodology for the GDV of human research.

    1. Obtaining images of gas-discharge images from ten fingers( BEO-grams).

    2. Carrying out automated computer analysis of BEO-gram.

    Automated computer analysis of BEO-grams includes sector diagnostics and parametric analysis of BEO-grams.

    Sector diagnostics is based on a diagnostic table that links the glow characteristics of individual finger zones to the functional state of the organs and body systems. The diagnostic table is based on the ideas of traditional Chinese medicine, the system of meridians and acupuncture points, as well as empirical experience. The analysis involves the use of ideas about chakras and Ayurvedic medicine. Based on the BEO-gram of ten fingers, a model of the field distribution around the human body is constructed. Studies in different countries have revealed the diagnostic significance of this approach.

    Parametric analysis is based on the evaluation of parameters of BEO-grams( to date, GDV-Software counts more than 30 parameters), factor analysis and correlation analysis. The following groups of parameters are considered: geometric, brightness, structural, fractal, probabilistic.

    The results of the GDV study

    The evaluation of the state of the body by the GDV method is based on the analysis of the obtained images of GDV-grams processed with a standard software package. The conclusion on the conducted research is made by the doctor.

    Emptiness or, conversely, flares on the HWR-frame indicate a pathology in this area of ​​the body.

    The results of the examination of patients are stored in computer memory, laser discs and other storage media. In this regard, it becomes possible to compare them both in the process of treatment, and with dynamic observation. The created databases can be used in practical activities and in scientific research.

    In the HWR-gram, presented below, a clear pathology in the head region is visible:

    HBP-gram before( left) and after( right) treatment:

    or such HBP-gram before( above) and after( below) treatment