General information about medical device ANESA

 

Principle of function of Automatic Noninvasive Express Screening Analyzer (ANESA) is based on measurement of temperature in certain biologically active points of a human body, taking into account other initial data about the patient and parameters of environment. 

 

All the information is processed by the software USPIH and is the base for the report/survey with more than 100 parameters of health state.

The Analyzer ANESA has five sensors, which are to be placed onto so-called biologically active points of patients’ body.

Bioactive or so-called reference-points used during examination, are:

·     Bifurcation of the right and left neck artery (two points)

·     Right and left armpit (two points)

·     Umbilical area (one point)

 

Prior to an examination, the five sensors are to be placed onto a patient, and the personal data of him, breath rate and pulse rate (measured with pulse oxymeter or manually) are to be input to PC from the keyboard. Then measuring, data collecting and processing by the software starts.

 

Intended fields of the application of the device: clinics, medical research centers, private and family doctors, sanatoriums and other medical institutions.