Diagnostic Workstation

An Electro–Interstitial Scan (EIS) is a medical device that sends tiny micro-currrents through your body and then measures the impedence or resistance to current flow of your cells.  The current flows through the interstitial fluid bathing your cells and hence is measuring the cell environment.  Your test results are then compared to thousands of other test results of patients with known health problems.  The scan takes only a few minutes to perform and provides a wealth of information about various systems in the body.

In the photograph above,  a person is being tested by placing their hands and bare feet on metal plates and with two electrodes placed on the forehead.

The types of results one gets from this technology are demonstrated below:

Figure 1.  Here is a scan of a woman with a pinched nerve who is experiencing numbness in two fingers of her left hand.  Scan identifies which vertebra are involved with the numbness (green).

Figure 2.  This is a 56-year old male with elevated blood sugar (pink) and low levels of insulin (salmon colour).  Ideally values should remain between the two red vertical lines. He is a type 2 diabetic.  We confirmed these results for blood sugar using a finger lancet and a blood glucose monitoring strip.

Figure 3.  This is a female with a serious heart condition as shown by areas in blue on the heart image and as demonstrated by HRV (heart rate variability) using Nerve Express.  The parts of the heart in blue have reduced energy state, reduced oxygen, are acidic and show high blood viscosity.  The HRV result show atrial fibrillation (AFib).  Atrial fibrillation refers to an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.

Figure 4. This is a 74-year old healthy male showing normal insulin (salmon colour) and reduced levels of testosterone (blue).




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