Comparison With
Other Methods

Comparison With Other Methods

Ultrasonic Inspection (USI)
Nuclear-magnetic Resonance (NMR)
Computed Tomography (CT)

We decided to set the record straight so we compared three of the most popular methods of examination (ultrasonic inspection, nuclear-magnetic resonance, computer tomography) with the NLS (nonlinear systems). Each "+" symbol indicates a good quality of any particular feature of a method. Accordingly, symbol "–" indicates a bad, unworthy or dangerous one.

The methods were evaluated by three major and most important points:

• What is being examined – number of organs that can be examined by the method.
• Exposure to rays – any harmful exposure of the body during diagnosis, either X-rays or electrical waves.
• Side effects – consequences and prohibitions against undergoing this type of diagnosis. Therefore, the general conclusion is:

"+" – a set of good qualities

"–" – a set of bad and dangerous qualities

Recently the nonlinear systems (NLS) are gaining ever more popularity. Even in those rare cases where the clinical semeiotics is very typical, the method of NLS diagnosis with Sensitiv Imago provides additional information on extension of the affection and allows evaluating the prognosis. The method is often of a primary significance for making diagnosis and, consequently, making the right choice of a treatment.

The quantum entropy logic theory, which serves as the basis of this method, was conceived in 1980. Thus, the nonlinear diagnosis with Sensitiv Imago is the youngest one among all methods of the hardware diagnostics.

In 1980, a trigger sensor was proposed, thus laying the foundation for the idea of the apparatus. Immediately activity began on creating and developing improvement of the NLS diagnostics. The time from 1990 through 1995 was characterized with clinical tests for the initial apparatus (the future Sensitiv Imago). The late 90s were marked with a rapid growth in commercial manufacture of the apparatus and a leap forward in quality of the produced results.

The nonlinear diagnostic method is still in the development stage. Methodologies for diagnosing are developing so fast that systems’ versions have to be updated every six months. Due to introduction of new apparatus supplied with trigger sensors, NLS diagnosis not only became faster, but also acquired new quality. Evidently, dynamic methodologies, such as three-dimensional visualization of the examination results, will be introduced into the day-to-day practices very soon. The method of vegetative testing can be cited as an example of a fast introduction. It is being so widely applied that a more precise range of indications would rather be discussed than its popularization.

Research centers continue to search for new methods of investigation based on the systems of a nonlinear analysis. The results are more than promising.

NLS analysis, unlike NMR and computed tomography, does not require high-voltage fields. This method seems to be prospective for metabolic studies, in particular, on a cell level. Of all methods of hardware diagnostics, the NLS produces a picture that is most approximating to the pathologoanatomic one. This condition along with its safety encourages a rapid development of the NLS diagnosis method.

Much can be said about advantages of the Bio-resonance diagnosing, the NLS. The method is very good, indeed. It is indicative that its popularity has greatly increased in the recent years.

Bio-resonance examination NLS has no equals in safety and convenience for the patient, it is harmless, does not lead to irradiation and is painless and safe for the patients including elderly people, children and pregnant women.

Sensitiv Imago apparatus, with which the diagnosis is being made, is designed for registration of developments in organs and histological structures of the body and allows to:

• Obtain a quality evaluation of the functional state of the body in the form of the topical analysis;
• Exert control over efficiency and results from any methods of therapies;
• Evaluate the adaptability of the body;
• Analyze the dynamics of changes in the functional state of the body during a treatment period;
• Establish the initial lesion of a functional disorder;
• Evaluate the nature of pathology upon utilization of expert systems;
• Exert dynamic control over the state of homeostasis.

Bio-resonance testing is a unique opportunity to obtain information on the state of a person's health. The information we gather compares to conventional examinations using blood, urine, x-rays and other diagnostics conventionally utilized.

You can see your organs, the initial focus of illnesses and interaction of one illness with the other “from inside out.” The method allows for making a precise diagnosis, for instance, stomach ulcer, myoma, cyst, mastopathy, prostatitis or adenoma, disorder of thyroid function, dysbacteriosis, stones in the kidneys and gallbladder, endocrine diseases, primogenital infections, etc. without complicated and expensive tests.

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