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Analysis of organism response on weak electrical stimulation in acupuncture points
Author(s): D. S. Chernavski; V. P. Karp; Alexander P. Nikitin; Boris V. Zubov
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Paper Abstract

The response of a human organism on weak stimulation of the acupuncture points and zones has been studied. The structure of an acupuncture point and its role as an information window have been discussed. Some aspects of links between the state of internal organs and skin characteristics have ben revealed. The kinetic electropuncture diagnostics has presented as a method to analyze the organism response measuring the temporal kinetics of potentials in stimulated acupuncture points. Biophysical and biochemical processes which determine the kinetics of the measured potentials have been considered. The principles of registered data processing and the construction of decision rules have been discussed. The hardware-software complex CASKED built on the bias of the kinetic electropuncture diagnostics and the functional scheme of CASKED hardware have been presented. The diagnostic routines consisting of two stages has been described. It has been shown that there is the correspondence between the physiological state of AP and the clinical diagnosis.

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Date Published: 14 July 1999
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 3829, ALT'98 Selected Papers on Novel Laser Methods in Medicine and Biology, (14 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.353127
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D. S. Chernavski, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Russia)
V. P. Karp, Moscow Institute of Radiotechnics, Automatics, and Electronics (Russia)
Alexander P. Nikitin, General Physics Institute (Russia)
Boris V. Zubov, General Physics Institute (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3829:
ALT'98 Selected Papers on Novel Laser Methods in Medicine and Biology
Alexander M. Prokhorov; Vladimir I. Pustovoy; Genadi P. Kuz'min, Editor(s)

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