Tag Archives: GDV technique in Medicine
DIAGNOSTIC POSSIBILITIES OF THE MODIFIED GDV TECHNIQUE
Rostov Federal Research Institute of Obstetrics and Pediatrics.
The high effectiveness of modern complex examination of pregnant women has a reverse side – it requires large effort and it’s expensive. It is clear that the development of informative, cheaper and widely available methods is an extremely important problem for the modern Russian public health service.
THE GDV TECHNIQUE APPLICATION IN ONCOLOGY
Gagua PO, Gedevanishvili EG, Georgobiani LG, Kapanadze A.,
Korotkov KG, Korotkina SA, Achmeteli GG, Kriganivski EV.
Objectives. To explore the potentials of the GDV Technologies as applicable to the oncology practice. The aim of the work was twofold: to find out the prognostic potential of the GDV and to see how it may reflect the monitoring of patient’s state in the process of complex oncology treatment.
Design. All subjects were diagnosed with cancer with conventional means including biopsy; GDV measures were taken from 10 fingers of both hands before any oncology treatment and 2 and 6 weeks after complex treatment including surgery, chemotherapy and irradiation. Blind study design.
Settings/Location. Data collection: National Oncology Center of Georgia, Tbilisi; data processing: St. Petersburg Technical University ITMO, Russia; duration: 1999-2003.
OPPORTUNITIES OF GAS DISCHARGE VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUE IN THE ESTIMATION OF FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE ORGANISM IN PE-RIOPERATIVE PERIOD
Egor U. STRUKOV
ABSTRACT of thesis for the degree of Ph. D. in Medical Science
St. Petersburg 2003
Overall estimation of functional state and internal environment of the organism is very important for the treatment of patients with serious and especially acute pathogenic processes, apart from the identification of nature and character of the latter. This diagnostic approach determines the scope and effectiveness of the performed intensive therapy (B.S. Uvarov, N.A. Mezheryakov, 1974).
ANALYSIS AND MONITORING OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY WITH GDV TECHNIQUE
In the history of Science, the development of a new instrument has always resulted in a new understanding of reality. Microscope, telescope, X-rays, tomography, ultra-sound – without these instruments modern science is powerless. Now a new instrument has been developed - Computerised Gas Discharge Visualisation technique, based on the well-known Kirlian Effect.
In: Konstantin G. Korotkov (Ed.). Measuring Energy Fields: Current Research. –
Backbone Publishing Co. Fair Lawn, USA, 2004. pp.23-30.
GDV DESCRIPTION AND DISCUSSION OF SAFETY ISSUES
Nancy Rizzo-Roberts, Ph.D.
I. The GDV Description
The evaluation of energetic disturbance by Kirlian photography has been the topic of research projects for nearly a century (1). Peter Mandel a German naturopath and acupuncturist developed Energy Emission(TM) Analysis (EEA), a method of correlating and assessing physical and psychological symptoms via Kirlian emission phenomena (2).
EPC/GDV CAMERA by Dr. Korotkov
The EPC system has been approved by Russian Health Authorities for general use, following clinical trials and the recommendation of the Russian Academy of Sciences. It utilizes almost instantaneous, non-invasive and painless measurements and sophisticated interpretive software with comparisons to an extremely large and reliable database assembled over more than 10 years. This technology has far reaching diagnostic and human performance applications.
What does the EPC method measure in physical terms?
The EPC method is based on the stimulation of photon and electron emissions from the surface of the object whilst transmitting short electrical pulses. In other words, when the object is placed in an electromagnetic field, it is primarily electrons, and to a certain degree photons, which are ‘extracted’ from the surface of the object. This process is called ‘photo-electron emissions’ and it has been quite well studied with physical electronic methods. The emitted particles accelerate in the electromagnetic field, generating electronic avalanches on the surface of the dielectric (glass). This process is called ‘sliding gas discharge’. The discharge causes glow due to the excitement of molecules in the surrounding gas, and this glow is what is being measured by the EPC method. Therefore, voltage pulses stimulate optoelectronic emission whilst intensifying this emission in the gas discharge, owing to the electric field created.
Konstantin G. Korotkov, Ph.D., Professor
Konstantin Korotkov has the following positions:
• Deputy Director of Saint-Petersburg Federal Research Institute of Physical Culture.
• Professor of Computer Science and Biophysics at Saint-Petersburg Federal University of Informational Technologies, Mechanics and Optics.
• Professor of Research in Saint Petersburg Academy of Physical Culture.
• President of the International Union for Medical and Applied Bioelectrography.
• Consultant for Aveda Co (USA).
• Member of the Editorial Board: «Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine», “Journal of Science of Healing Outcomes”.
Indications for the application of the GDV technique in Medicine
The use of the medical technique of computer EPC/GDV bioelectrography is advisable during screening examinations, conducted with a view to providing timely and controlled primary prophylactic actions.