Non-Invasive Blood Analysis

Blood Analysis

The principle of operation of the automatic non-invasive express screening blood analyzer is based on processing of temperature indicators in representation points (bifurcation of the carotid artery area bilateral and in axillary and abdominal areas). The principle is based on the relationship between variations in oxygen diffusion coefficient, pH-environment and appearance of paroxysmal conditions.

The behavior of the above listed indicators reflects the processes of conversion of chemical connections of elements of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen included into the gas composition of atmosphere and biochemical homeostasis of the organism.

All chemical reactions in the organism are of exothermic nature and determine the organism temperature interconnected with the specific conductivity which, in turn, is connected with the receptor function by the synapsis conduction.

The function of synapsis conduction depends on the combination of amino acids of which the receptors are composed.

The principal factors here are concentration of substances and temperature which reflect the regulatory function of glycogen and insulin and functioning of non-specific integrative brain systems. Those systems determine thermal capacity and thermal conductivity of blood, and the required hemogram, respiratory and cardiac rates by phase substance transitions.

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Phase substance transitions are interconnected with blood circulation by peripheral blood composition regulating the

required specific conductivity by changing nitrogen metabolism which is reflected by changes in glycogen, fat and protein metabolism.  Circulation of blood in the gastro-intestinal system and hypothalamic-pituitary axis is connected with the function of amino acids: glutamate, arginine, aspartate, glycine. When interacting with each other, amino acids use oxygen activation (temperature related) to provide synthesis of lactic acid, etc.