Mechanism of information retrieval

Obtaining information from a patient goes through 4 channels: double-channel hand electrodes, headphones with inbuilt SBA-sensors and quantum-optic modulator. Let us describe the mechanism of receiving information via each of these channels.

But, firstly, a few words on general principles of information retrieval from an organism. The device sends a particular impulse that passes through a patient’s body and comes out of it. Outcoming from the body signal is intercepted by the above-mentioned channels, a computer with the help of the diagnostic program processes the obtained data and gives out results. Actually, the change that happens to the incoming impulse at its exit point is the complete information on the processes going on in organism.

  1. Hand sensors

    Active electrode sends an incoming impulse, passive electrode catches outcoming impulse. When the impulse penetrates into organism, all organs, tissues, cells and various stirrers get provoked and, according to the energy conservation principle, this excessive energy is sent back. This method of information retrieval is called impedance.

  2. Headphones

    In the headphones are located binaural SBA-sensors which produce audio oscillations of proper frequencies. These acoustic oscillations are delivered into the spinal bulb structures through two ways:

    1. Through temporal bone (bone conduction);

    2. Through auditory meatus and complex (membrane — hammer bone — ambos).

    Exactly in spinal bulb structures are located regulating centers of main processes that are going on in the organism (so called autonomic nervous system – unlike central nervous system which regulates consciousness, thinking and behavioral reactions).

    Outcoming brain signals are intercepted by the inbuilt in headphones elements, then the device redirects this data to the computer. Usage of binaural sensors allows to obtain equally accurate information from the inspected with different activeness of both left and right semispheres. This method of information retrieval is called frequency-wave imprinting.

  3. Quantum-optic modulator (QOM) or infrared scanner (IRS)

    It is the least informative channel out of all 4. However, exactly QOM allows to receive individual information inaccessible for the other channels, thus bringing general credibility of the information received to the maximum possible % (92-96).

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