- frontal electrodes on a tape
- hand electrodes on a wooden mount
- foot electrodes on a wooden mount
- modular block on the motherboard
- Diagonal segmentary amplitude measurement section in the LifeStream program
Diagonal segmentary amplitude measurement of frequency and wave conductivity is based on measuring active and reactive resistance. The active component is attributable to the presence of fluids in the body and points to the active resistance which appears when passing dosed frequency and wave load. The reactive component is attributable to the presence of cell membranes and shows the extent to which the cell is able to accumulate the electric charge during the test.
DinamicBIA (DBI) has the following benefits:
- Consistent marking of frequency and wave information about the patient in conformity with the energy meridians
- information update to exclude tissue electrolysis
- the presence of a positioning system for the person's magnetic field with due regard to the anti-polarization effects and effects of tissue electrolysis
This method is highly informative, because the results are inspired by the analysis of reference pathological processes, the 17 000 spectrograms.