Category Archives: Medicine
Ekaterina Jakovleva, Konstantin Korotkov
Express-evaluation of the psycho-physiological condition of Paralympic athletes
Authors: Drozdovski A, Gromova I, Korotkov K, Shelkov O, Akinnagbe F
Alexander Drozdovski,1 Irina Gromova,2 Konstantin Korotkov,1 Oleg Shelkov,1 Femi Akinnagbe3
1Saint Petersburg Federal Research Institute of Physical Culture and Sport, St Petersburg, Russia; 2Paralympic Team of Russia, Moscow, Russia; 3Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA
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Measuring Energies at the Island of Andaman see and Cambodia
New Year 2012 we celebrated with my wife Irina at the resort on little island in Andaman see, Myanmar. (Nabucco’s Myanmar Andaman Resort, Macleod Island, Mergui Archipelago, E-Mail: email@example.com). It was our second visit there; in 2011 we were so charmed with beauty and calmness of this place that we decided to return. This is a diving resort where most of guests every morning take a boat and sail for diving to the nearby reefs. For half a day all the place is absolutely lonely with miles of sandy beaches, “home reef” with beautiful fishes and corrals, acceptable price, careful attitude from all the personnel and good kitchen. What else do you need for total relax!
Konstantin Korotkov, Dr., Professor
Project your Present to the Future
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the ‘present’.”
We live in the twenty-first century, but we do not fully understand what it means. Most people are involved in their everyday activity and they do not feel the wind of changes. Every day we hear the news of natural catastrophes all over the world: earthquake in Japan and New Zealand, floods in USA and Australia, avalanche of gale-force blizzards over USA East Coast and unusually hot summers in Russia, the hottest in 1,000 years of history. At least 100,000 people died from earthquakes, floods and heat phenomenon. In Pakistan, record monsoon rains destroyed infrastructure, left thousands dead and millions homeless. Wildfires erupted across the countries, heavily damaging wheat crops and forcing Moscow to impose an export ban that raised global wheat prices. While diplomats and scientists pondered over an accord that could replace the Kyoto Protocol, 19 nations were experiencing unusually high temperatures, including 53.5 degrees Celsius in Pakistan, the hottest ever in Asia. The 2012 Mayan Prophesy is coming true – world is coming to an end!!!
Saint-Petersburg State Technical University SPIFMO
Today’s world is characterized by the understanding of the fact that most of the problems studied by the modern civilization are somehow associated with the human – his life, health, the very essence of his existence. Western science gradually comes to a new paradigm of the world, in which the human Consciousness, structure of human energy-informational fields is a forming element of physical world. The present work is an example of a technocrat approach to the investigation of fundamental problems of Human existence problems of Life and Death, and represents a short review of experimental research of energy-informational activity of human body after death using Kirlian effect.
Application of Electrophoton Capture (EPC) Analysis Based on Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) Technique in Medicine: a Systematic Review
KOROTKOV K.G., Ph.D.,1 MATRAVERS P., Pharm.D.,2 ORLOV D.V., M.S.1,
Objectives: To evaluate the scale and scope of implementing EPC analysis based on gas discharge visualization technique in diverse medical applications and psycho-physiology; to identify the range of applications in medicine; and to show in which areas the procedure can be useful to health professionals.
OPPORTUNITIES OF GAS DISCHARGE VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUE IN THE ESTIMATION OF FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE ORGANISM IN MONITORING OF PATIENTS STATE AFTER ABDOMINAL SURGERY IN PERI OPERATIVE PERIOD WITH THE “GDV CAMERA”
Polushin1 U.S., Strukov1 E.U., Levshankov1 A.I., Shirokov1 D.M., Korotkov2 K.G.
1Military Medical Academy, St. Petersburg, Department of anesthesiology and
2 University “SPITMO”, St. Petersburg
At the present stage of medicine development more and more attention is paid to various noninvasive methods, including electrophysiological, of the investigation of functional state of vitally important systems of organism. Modern computer technologies used for the processing of data obtained by means of such methods enable to significantly speed up the process of
obtaining the results of research, to standardize the technique, as well as to decrease the influence of a subjective factor on the received results.
One of the most promising electrographic methods for estimation of the functional state of an organism is the Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV). The technique is based on the registration of glow stimulated by photons and electrons, as well as other particles near the surface of biological objects placed in a high intensity electromagnetic field. It is supposed that the biological emission enables estimations of the entropy of human energetic states (K.
Korotkov, 1995, 2000, 2001).
APPLICATION OF THE GDV-GRAPHY TECHNIQUE FOR THE
ESTIMATION OF ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY REACTION
Stepanov A, Sviridov L, Korotkina SA, Achmeteli GG, Kriganivski EV.
Research Center, St. Petersburg, Russia
At the present moment the spheres of application of Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technique in biology and medicine are widely searched. Basing on the well-known fact that this technique can detect changes of physico-chemical characteristics of solutions of non-organic substances and biological liquids, we made an attempt to study the possibility of application of
gas discharge glow for the registration of specific interaction of an antigen with a complimentary antibody – the so-called agglutination reaction. This very fact defined the aim of the present investigation.
A CORRELATION BETWEEN GDV AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY
MEASURES: A NEW MEASURE OF WELL BEING
Cioca GH, Giacomoni P, Rein G
New Venture Technologies, Estee Lauder Companies, Melville, NY.
GDV and heart rate variability (HRV) measures were taken in healthy volunteers before and after three different physiological conditions: the orthostatic test consisting of deep breathing followed by rapid standing; ten minutes of strenuous exercise and consumption of chocolate. Statistical
significance was observed between certain GDV parameters and spectral analysis of HRV for all three conditions. Such an analysis of HRV supplies information on the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system as they regulate heart rate. Previous investigations have shown that the parasympathetic system dominates during exercise, whereas the sympathetic system predominates during the orthotest. In either situation the sympathetic component of HRV was correlated with the GDV. Similar correlations were observed when there was balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. These correlations indicate that GDV measures can be used as a measure of well-being in different physiological conditions.