Diagnosis, is the process of determining the nature of a disease or disorder and distinguishing it from other possible conditions. The term comes from the Greek gnosis, meaning knowledge.
The diagnostic process is the method by which health professionals select one disease over another, identifying one as the most likely cause of a person’s symptoms. Symptoms that appear early in the course of a disease are often more vague and undifferentiated than those that arise as the disease progresses, making this the most difficult time to make an accurate diagnosis. Reaching an accurate conclusion depends on the timing and the sequence (Encyclopaedia Britannica definitinon).
Medical diagnosis, or the actual process of making a diagnosis, is a cognitive process. A clinician uses several sources of data and puts the pieces of the puzzle together to make a diagnostic impression. The initial diagnostic impression can be a broad term describing a category of diseases instead of a specific disease or condition. After the initial diagnostic impression, the clinician obtains follow-up tests and procedures to get more data to support or reject the original diagnosis. He or she will attempt to narrow it down to a more specific level. Diagnostic procedures are the specific tools clinicians use to narrow the diagnostic possibility.
For a much more accurate diagnosis, in our office we are using a computer, the “Quantum Magnetic Resonance” (for complete check-up), in addition to the common laboratory tools and x-rays.
How does this work? Simply, by holding sensors in your palm, health data will be collected within minutes from various body systems. The magnetic resonance analyzer offers new advantages in the field of material analysis. It has been shown that the applicability of such an analyzer exceeds the range of tissue analysis and other medical applications. The magnetic resonance analyzer measures the degree and type of response of a matter under test, and by comparison with reference matter it assists in recognizing deviations from the desired response.
The method of quantum resonant magnetic analysis is an emerging, rapid, accurate and non-invasive, spectral testing method and particularly suitable for comparison of curative effects of medicine and health products, and checking for sub-health conditions. The main analysis items are over 30, including cardiovascular and cerebrovascular conditions, bone mineral density, trace elements, blood lead, rheumatism, lung and respiratory tract, nephropathy, blood sugar, stomach and intestines, liver and gall, cranial nerves, gynecology, prostate, bone disease, the trace elements of selenium, iron, zinc and calcium, etc.
The following will be shown in your report:
- Basic Physical Quality Analysis
- Blood Sugar Analysis
- Bone Disease Analysis
- Bone Mineral Density Analysis
- Brain Nerve Analysis
- Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Analysis
- Gallbladder Function Analysis
- Gastrointestinal Function Analysis
- Gynecology Analysis
- Human Toxin Analysis
- Kidney Function Analysis
- Liver Function Analysis
- Lung Function Analysis
- Pancreatic Function Analysis
- Rheumatoid Bone Disease Analysis
- Trace Elements Analysis (Ca+, Fe, Se, Pb, Zn, Vitamin, etc.)
- Male sexual function Analysis
- Skin Analysis
- Endocrine System Analysis
- Immune System Analysis
- Element of human