The CID-system



fig1 Schema CID

Fig1 The CID-system

CID-system is a portable device that connects to a laptop or a desktop computer (fig. 1). The main function of the CID-hardware (patented) is generation of air-ionizing electric impulses around small biological objects for further capture and analysis of resulting BHT-grams. 

The CID-test causes no unpleasant sensations or harm - examination can be conducted as often as necessary, even several times per day. The procedure of electro-photography is non-invasive and not associated with any radiation such as X-rays or exposure to chemicals. Electric safety of the CID-system has been thoroughly studied in Georgian Metrology Institute and in the France-based Global Inspection and Certification body APAVE (see the document). The device was proved to be safe for operators, patients and environment. 

The routine of BHT-examination is as follows: patient's 10 fingers - one after another - are positioned on the insulated screen of the device and are exposed to electromagnetic fields of 3 frequencies. Entire process of the recording takes no longer than 3-5 minutes. Subsequent analysis of the saved data implies either an automated “spectral” evaluation of BHT-grams or visual interpretation of recorded imagery (performed by trained medical professionals). The protocol of BHT-examination is simple:  patients are not allowed to eat or drink anything for 2,5 - 3 hours prior to examination. Patients are requested to allow at least 1 hour interval after urination or bowel movement. 

More about the CID-system 

Full automation of the spectral analysis is envisioned in the near future. It would enable to avoid some errors of human interpretation of complex imagery thus making new technology accessible to a greater number of medical users: licensed GPs would communicate with the corresponding analytical center via secure network. In several minutes after transmission of patients BHT-grams they would receive information on 1) cancer presence (danger probability in %); 2) approximate location of the most affected areas and 3) acuteness/aggressiveness of the dominant pathological processes. 

The BHT-technology provides only complementary information that must be combined with the results of conventional (non-holographic) diagnostic tests and methods of medical imaging. Therefore, the results of BHT-examinations are sent to medical professionals, not to their patients. 

Although the CID-system is primarily intended for the automated detection of malignant processes, the same device can also be used for the acquisition of holographic information on any malfunctioning structure (fig.3).

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Fig.3 Holographic replicas of dense and soft tissues extracted from BHT-grams of patient fingertips: A – a case of sciatic neuritis, a hologram; B – BHT-gram of a healthy person’s finger; C – BHT-gram of the same finger on the second day of minor trauma (upper spine); D - the image is rotated to match the drawing’s orientation.







You might ask: "What if there are pathological processes in several parts of the body and only one of them is malignant? Would the BHT-grams show all of them or only cancerous tissues"? The resolution of holographic replicas depends upon the degree of deviation from a normal state (homeostasis) and upon the frequency range that occupy abnormal processes.  Highest frequencies (smallest wavelengths) are characteristic for metabolic and cellular-level processes. Large organs and functional systems emit waves in a lower frequency range. Emission of cancer cells is more intensive, more coherent and it occupies a narrow range of very high frequency. The higher cell-proliferation rate and aggressiveness, the stronger their laser-like radiation. That's why the activity of cancer cells is manifested on BHT-grams much more clearly than non-malignant pathological processes. 

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