SPECTRAL-DYNAMIC MEDICAL COMPLEX (SDMC)
A spectral-dynamic medical complex (SDMC) is a technological system, related of physical medicine and intended for universal diagnostics as well as for carrying out recreation and prophylactic, therapeutic and prophylactic consultation.
The SDMC is a new achievement in the physical medicine. The essence of this achievement consists in the development of wave diagnostics of the third generation, which serves as a basis for conceptual and technological integration of all other medical schools, including western (allopathic) medicine, traditional oriental medicine, homeopathic, orthomolecular, as well as naturopathic and sanitary-hygienic medical schools. Thereby, the SDMC embodies an idea of the integrated medicine making it accessible for the practice and open for the scientific development.
Advantages of the technology
As compared to the second generation medical equipment, the SDMC-based wave technology of the third generation has the following advantages:
The essence of the spectral-dynamic method
- usability of the examination procedure;
- short time for patient examination taking 35 seconds for signal recording;
- lack of necessity for activation of acupuncture points;
- passive diagnosis mode, i.e. a human body is not exposed to any effects (frequency resonance diagnostics is active and, firstly, resonance effects impair an initial field structure that may result in diagnostic errors and, secondly, unreasonable resonance effects may be dangerous);
- possibility of testing in the SD-compensation mode;
- validity of testing in the SD-resonance mode;
- equipment mobility;
- usability for any physician;
- diagnostic reliability (about 95%).
principle consists in analyzing dynamics of the electric oscillations generated by the body electromagnetic field in the bandwidth from 20 Hz to 11 kHz with an amplitude from 1 millivolt. The field dynamics is described using the field phase planes. The SDMC operates on the pattern recognition, rather than on the measuring principle. Spectral-dynamic images of markers are recognized in the general (extremely complex) spectral-dynamic field structure of a patient's.
The monofrequency measurements (second generation) differs from the dynamic spectrum recognition (third generation) in terms of the informational volume almost in the same way as an ordinary photo of only one of the sea waves differs from the 3D-video of the entire sea picture.
The spectral signal analysis is based on the wavelet transformation method. The SD diagnostics is based on the spectral-dynamic recognition algorithms, i.e. on detecting in the dynamic spectrum of a patient's body of the SD structures corresponding to the SD structures of reference markers available in the databases. At present the SDMC databases contain about 8000 systemized and verified SD markers.
The algorithmic support of the SDMC-based complex allows for creating assessments of similarity with SD markers of respective processes in the organism using pathologic phase planes as well as assessments of acuity or remoteness of these processes and relevance and complementarity of medicines and other preparations for the organism. This relates to any medicines, herbs, food additives and food products.
A special feature of the SDMC is versatility of the spectral dynamic diagnostics based on a single wave signal record.
It is noteworthy that an electrode is passive, and a direct contact of the electrode with the patient's skin is not required.