Potentialities Of Up-to-date Prospective Medical Equipment (Part 2)

More accomplished in terms of information-wave influence are low-energy „Nov‟ apparatus with SHF-action and a generator of special electromagnetic signals (GSEMS). The carrier frequency in the apparatus is radiation with a wavelength of 7.52 cm (with a frequency of about 4 GHz), with a frequency modulation (information frequency) of 10 Hz and an output radiation power of 2 mW. As the methods of influence with „Nov‟ apparatus in use are largely distant it appears that at a distance of 15 cm from the surface of the patient‟s body exposed to radiation (the optimum distance with different methods) the density of the radiation power flux is 15-25 µW/cm2. For the apparatus the carrier frequency is 4.2 GHz (a wavelength of 7.14 cm) and the information frequency is asynchronous modulation by quasistochastic signal with 20 KHz. All the methods of influence with the help of GSEMS are distant; the power flux density at a distance of 0.5 m from the radiator is 10 µW/cm2, at a distance of 1.5 m it is 0.5 µW/cm2.


Unlike Foll‟s method of electropuncture diagnosis in which the energy potentials of organs and tissue are measured through biologically active points (BAP) that indirectly (quite often with a serious error) reflect the organ‟s state, in the non-linear diagnosis (NLS) method developed by the Institute of Practical Psychophysics (IPP) the state of an organ is evaluated directly owing to the resonance amplification of the radiation of the organ under investigation and by taking the readings in a non-contact way with trigger sensors involved.


To implement the indicated possibilities we have made up medico-technical requirements and technical tasks to originate a new generation of diagnosis equipment based on low-frequency quantum generators and developed Metatron apparatus.


esigned to make an express assessment of the body condition by reordered changes in organs and histological structures, exercise dynamic control over the state of homeostasis and forecast stages in treatment and development of complications. The diagnosis apparatus makes it possible for the doctor to substantially cut the time for an express evaluation of the condition of the body as a whole system. The apparatus is designed to record changes in organs and histological structures and it enables:

- to get a qualitative assessment of the functional state of the body in terms of topical analysis;

- to check the effectiveness and results of therapeutic methods employed;

- to assess the adaptive abilities of the body;

- to make an analysis of the dynamics of change in the functional state of the body in the course of treatment;

- to reveal the primary nature of the nidus of functional disturbance;

- to define the character of a pathology using expert systems;

- to assess the main variables of homeostasis.


The apparatus is designed to operate solely in combination with a computer complex based on IBM-compatible computers and the software worked out by the parent enterprise. The apparatus functions according to the principle of amplification of the initiating signal with disintegration of the metastable structures.


Magnetic moments of molecule currents in admixture centers of cortex nerve cells affected by the external electromagnetic field, lose their original orientation resulting in disalignment of spin structures of delocalized electrons which causes in them unstable metastable conditions whose disintegration acts as an initiating signal.


In terms of physics the apparatus is a system of electronic oscillators, resonating at wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation, with their energy being adequate to the energy breaking the dominant bonds which maintain the structural organization of the objects.


The apparatus enables to form a prescribed bioelectric activity of the patient‟s brain neurons against which they acquire an ability to selectively amplify signals hardly detectible against the static fluctuations (a resonance phenomenon).


The information about a specific temporary organ condition is gathered on a non-contact basis by means of a trigger sensor developed with the aid of new information technologies and microcircuitry. The sensor detects faintly detectible signal fluctuations picked out from the average statistical noise field characteristics and converted to a digital sequence processed by means of a microprocessor to be transmitted to the computer through an interface cable.


The modes of apparatus operation, their adjustment and control are ensured according to the installed program.


The information about the results of a diagnosis procedure for a specific patient is displayed on the monitor screen and is stored on a separate file, on the computer‟s hard disk and can be transferred to an individual diskette.


The intensity of the magnetic field on the surface of the magnetic inductors is 20±1 mT.

Type of modulation in the magnetic inductor circuit is pulse – width modulation. (PWM).

Current interruption rate range in the magnetic inductor circuit – from 1.8 to 8.2 Hz.

Interruption rate control pitch – 0.1 Hz.

Spacing from 0.5 to 95% with a 5% pitch.

Modulation frequency:

Low-frequency modulation - 240 Hz;

High-frequency modulation – 1.5 GHz.

The sensitive element is a noise generator (used as a noise source is 2Г401В constructively revised diode).

The information signal gets picked up off the sensitive element and passes along an amplifying path.

Differential amplifier gain – 30 dB.

Frequency range for processing information spikes in the noise signal - 10/200 KHz.

Toggle frequency of the shift register – 1.0±0.1 MHz.

By its functional and performance characteristics the apparatus does not have direct prototypes.


The use of the apparatus in clinics and departments of hospitals and preventive medical institutions will enable to substantially cut the time for performing the patient‟s complex diagnosis as a whole system. It will enable to evaluate all at once a predisposition, existence and interrelation of different pathological changes in organs, tissues and systems of the patients under investigation.