The Biotest M device is easy to use.
The device records the heartbeat for four to five minutes in a photoplethysmograph through the handcuff sensor, which is placed on a finger of the hand.
Biotest M connects to tablet, smartphone (provided they have Android version 4.0 or higher) or Biomedis Bioresonance device (on Android, model 2013 - 2015) via a USB port where, through a specific application, which is available for download on the Google Play Store, immediately after the measurement, the results on the screen are automatically displayed.
The device, in the formulation of the results, analyzes pulse wave data of heart contractions, based on traditional methods of Asian medicine and on methods of diagnosing physical status from RMBaevskiy's heart rate variability (Doctor, MD, University Professor, Honorary Russian Scientist, Academician of the International Academy of Astronautics, Academic of the International Academy of Informatics, Lead researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy tions).
The most important feature of the device is that the measurement results are presented either in the form of some basic quantitative indicators and visual representation of the energy meridians or in a simplified version of the program with a color representation of the indicators. Thus the results of the measurement are easily comprehensible by everyone.
How It Functions
The function of Biotest M has five simple steps:
- Κατεβάστε από την ιστοσελίδα της Biomedis ή πιο απλά από το Play Store της Google το application για το Biotest M στη συσκευή Biomedis (σε Android, μοντέλο 2013 ή 2015) στο tablet ή το smartphone (με λειτουργικό σύστημα Android 4.0 και άνω). Μπορείτε να βρείτε εύκολα την εφαρμογή στο Play Store κάνοντας αναζήτηση για “Biotest M”.
- Connect the USB cable with the appropriate socket to your Biomedis device (on Android), tablet, or smartphone.
- Attach the clutch sensor to your handwheel. Wait a few minutes until the device logs data.
- Examine the measurement results. Track the dynamics of the changes.
- Adjust your lifestyle and your diet. If there is a negative dynamic, contact your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
Heart Rate Variability
Variability is the characteristic of biological processes, linked to the need to adapt the organism to changing environmental conditions. In other words, variability is the changes in the various parameters, including heart rate, in response to changes in various factors. Therefore, heart rate variability reflects the function of the cardiovascular system and the mechanisms of regulation of the whole body.
Our heart can be likened to an electric locator or scanner, which scans circularly internal organs with every heartbeat and records information about the operating state of organs and systems. That is why heart rate variability contains plenty of body information and is the most valuable marker with which we can evaluate the effectiveness of body's system interactions.
The cardiovascular system is an example of a unique control system, structured in a hierarchical way, where each lower level, under normal conditions, operates autonomously. In the event of a climatic change or the occurrence of a pathology to ensure the normal functioning of the organism, the highest levels of control are triggered. The process of adaptation requires the use of the body's IT, energy and metabolic resources. Resource management depends on requirements presented and performed through the nervous, endocrine and chemical mechanisms, which can be divided into autonomous and central. The intervention of the central control mechanisms in the operation of the autonomous mechanisms takes place when they are no longer able to carry out their tasks in a satisfactory manner.
The analysis of heart rate variability is based on the sequencing of the intervals between adjacent heart pulse wave peaks. With this analysis we can gather information about the general state of the body and monitor the dynamics of the changes. There are many methods for estimating heart rate variability, which are widely used in medicine to diagnose heart problems.