Vegetative resonance test


Vegetative resonance test (VRT) in disease diagnostics

One of the fundamental properties of living systems that fall into the category of open non-equilibrium systems is their oscillatory (vibrational) nature. At different levels – from molecular-cellular to the organismic – rhythmic changes in time of various parameters occur. The very existence of the body as a whole, is provided, according to modern concepts, by synchronization of these parameters.
Any life form has its own unique spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations (waves), that is, each macro- and micro-organism has its own specific range of frequencies (oscillation spectrum). A certain frequency range also corresponds to each structural unit of the body, which is successfully applied in diagnostics and therapy.
The development of pathological processes leads to a change in the spectrum in the form of pathological (disharmonious) vibrations.
The development of modern technologies allowed to create new diagnostic methods based on the registration of various fluctuations (including the super-weak). It was shown that in a healthy organism oscillatory processes in the different levels are close to the synchronous vibrations. Moreover, these processes are labile and constantly changing. The fluctuation of oscillating processes in a healthy body always takes place in a way that they are striving for complete synchronization, but never achieve it (Halberg F., et al., 1983).
Automated recording of measurements, operational statistical processing of the data is carried out with the help of a computer (PC), which, together with the measuring device and selector forms a single hardware-software system.
The method is hygienic, non-invasive, painless, which is especially important for children. The VRT is officially permitted and recommended for medical use by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
Informative diagnostic value of the VRT method corresponds to 80 -94%, depending on type of clinical methods used for comparison regarding a pathology. In some cases VRT method exceeds diagnostics value of ultrasound studies and biochemical blood tests, e.g. in cases of endocrine pathologies, when laboratory data shows hormone levels within the normal range, ultrasound does not reveal a pathology and the VRT method reveals dishormonal shift and determines its cause. Regarding cancer the VRT allows to suspect the disease in the early (cell) stages. As for the serological diagnostic methods, the lower percentage of diagnosis matches and findings (80%) is possibly due to methodological errors in the interpretation of the data (revealing antibodies is not always accompanied by revealing antigens).

Vegetative resonance test (VRT)

Vegetative resonance test (VRT) is a biophysical electropunctural method based on the resonance phenomenon occurring in biological systems under the influence of low intensity electromagnetic pulse. When used as a feed signal, the electromagnetic pulse corresponding in wave characteristics to the electromagnetic spectrum of a particular organ or system in normal or pathologically altered state at the point of measurement (PM), results in biochemical and biophysical processes.
Changes in the bioelectric parameters (PM) occur granted the availability of a source with similar frequency of electromagnetic waves in the human body (e.g. invasion of micro-organisms, viruses or parasites).
Diagnostically significant range in which the VRT test is considered positive is an interval of the measurement scale from 30 to 70 units. Reference electromagnetic fluctuations that characterize the state of the various organs are provided with the use of a ‘medical selector.’

An example of a report on electropuncture diagnostics and
the vegetative resonance test “IMEDIS-TEST”


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