Next step in the development of pulse analysis technologies

By: Biokvant LLC
NOVOSIBIRSK, Russian Federation - Jan. 24, 2022 - PRLog -- Pulse analysis traditions have become widespread due to the works of Tibetan, Chinese and Ayurvedic medical schools.The method of heart rate variability, standards of measurement and interpretation of which were published in 1996, is recognized by international and domestic cardiology associations.

This method helps to estimate the entire resource of adaptation, the adaptation price, the involvement degree of body into realization of stress, the activity balance of regulatory systems.

To evaluate the spectral and temporal characteristics of variability of the cardiac cycle duration, the quantitative evaluation system of patient's psycho-physiological constitution was developed and implemented in the VedaPulse hardware and software complex This allowed combining the capabilities of modern electrophysiology and Oriental herbal medicine and to personalize naturopathic recommendations.

According to the Ayurvedic and Tibetan medical schools, individual constitution is defined by the balance of human biological elements (Doshas), which in Sanskrit are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha (Wind, Bile and Phlegm in the Tibetan medical school). Their correlation and degree of manifestation form the characteristic changes in the processes of visceral regulation and metabolism that determine the morph-functional and physiological constitutional features. Several types of pulse are described, which are characteristic of dominance and / or dosha imbalance.

In 1988, S. A. Dudin and Ch. Z. Tsydypov (Buryat Institute of Natural Sciences, Siberian Department of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Buryat branch) in searching for connections between the ideas of Tibetan and modern medicine have come to the conclusion that, despite the lack of the modern equivalents of Tibetan medicine concepts such as Wind, Bile and Phlegm, the connection is very clearly seen if we analyze in terms of modern medicine symptoms of diseases that manifested in imbalance of Wind, Bile and Phlegm.

From the position of these views, in the spectral analysis of cardiointervalogram, very low frequency power range of the spectrum, reflecting the central ergotrop and humoral-metabolic effects, is associated with Vata dosha physiological tendencies. Low-frequency power range of the spectrum, associated with ergotrop mobilization of energy, reflects the impact of Pitta dosha. High power range of the spectrum of neurohumoral regulation, associated with trophotropic influences, reflects the influence of Kapha dosha.

Thus, these parallels, implemented in the VedaPulse hardware and software complex, allow quantifying intensity of the biological elements and using the entire arsenal of the canonical approach of the Eastern herbal medicine, diet therapy and aromatherapy

VedaPulse have also proposed the morphologic and functional health index that reflects the relationship between morphological characteristics of the constitution (Quetelet index) and physiological processes, evaluated by cardiointervalographic parameters (total power of spectrum (energy levels) and other indices). The specified index shows in percentage overall functional status (adaptive capacity), allowing you to monitor the dynamics of rehabilitation procedures.

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