21 February 2007 Development of electric punctural diagnostics methods for treatment-and-diagnostic complexes
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The advantages of the modified Nakatani method for diagnostics of energetic condition of meridians are described. Also the perspectives of its clinical application for dynamic patient monitoring in treatment process are considered. The model of a biological feedback through measurement of electric conductivity of a skin at pulse current is represented with its mathematical and software base. The results of clinical tests of the treatment-and-diagnostic complex (TDC) functioning in correspondence with the modified Nakatani method are analyzed.
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Elena P. Lyapina, Elena P. Lyapina, Igor A. Chesnokov, Igor A. Chesnokov, Nikolay A. Bushuev, Nikolay A. Bushuev, Andrey A. Shuldjakov, Andrey A. Shuldjakov, Ya. E. Anisimov, Ya. E. Anisimov, A. V. Kornaukhov, A. V. Kornaukhov, S. I. Anisimov, S. I. Anisimov, Yu. Yu. Eliseev, Yu. Yu. Eliseev, E. L. Surmenko, E. L. Surmenko, } "Development of electric punctural diagnostics methods for treatment-and-diagnostic complexes", Proc. SPIE 6428, Mechanisms for Low-Light Therapy II, 64280O (21 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.701008; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.701008
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