Dinamika Onix-Cardio Analyzer For Energy Evaluation

Dinamika Onix and Dinamika Lotos is a bundle coming with 1 x hardware to record ECG and 2 different software, Onix and Lotos designated to record and calculate, based on proven medical algorithms, the following parameters:

  • Life energetic resources (chakras, meridians)
  • Adaptation capabilities (vegetative response)
  • Hormonal disbalance
  • Psycho-emotional and brain activity status
  • Compatibility and influences of food, remedies, supplements, fitness, medication, other therapies

Learn more about Lotos here: DINAMIKA LOTOS

The device ONIX is used for assessment of general health status, as well as for control of treatments’ efficiency. However, it has its own distinctive features which make it unique among the diagnostic devices. This device is intended for use by those who take an interest in Far East medicine and figuratively speaking “are ready to check the harmony of the ancient sages’ and theory by applying the mathematics of modern scientific methods”.

According to the canons of the oriental medicine, the human body is a quite complex dynamic system inexorably associated with the environment; its functioning is determined by the rate of accumulation and consumption of energy by the body’s organs.

Traditional Indian medicine uses the concept of “chakras”, which are perceived by Indian medical doctors as the points of intersection and “swirls” of the body’s energy flows connecting the nervous and the endocrine systems. Chinese healers believed that the human body is “permeated” by a kind of “meridians”, so called energetic highways conducting the energy between the organs.

The modern methods of mathematical analysis make it possible to discover and to demonstrate the mysterious patterns which rule different organs of our body and to answer the question why ailments of internal organs manifest themselves in tenderness of some points on the skin and why disorders of CNS and ANS can be triggered by the internal pathology of the organs.

What is conventionally defined in the Indian medicine as “chakras” and in the Chinese medicine as “meridians” is in fact nothing else but different ways of analyzing the state of the most complex energy matrix which the human body is.

Modern methods of research of heart rhythms make it possible to demonstrate with a high

Mathematical precision the processes of accumulation and consumption of energy by body’s organs. Each organ consists of specific cells which have a particular structure and which function in a certain manner. The processes which take place in our body are determined by the specifics of the chemical reactions going on in the cells which form the organs.

Chemical reactions proceed in a different way but each chemical reaction is a process of energy release and absorption. To perform these reactions in an optimal mode each cell needs nutrients which are delivered by the blood. The nutrients must not only get to cells but also find themselves “in the right place at the right time”. For the cell to get a necessary amount of energy and at the right pace, each organ “makes a request” to the heart. That is why the balance of accumulated and consumed energy is reflected in the heart rhythms.

By recording cardiogram and analyzing the heart rhythm at different frequency ranges we can see the representation of the processes which take place at the cellular level of the internal organs and in this way get an insight into the state of these organs.

From the standpoint of the oriental natural philosophy, the first symptom of pathology is a slowing down of the energy accumulation and consumption rates in internal organs. In this case the organ deprived of the possibility of receiving and releasing the necessary amounts of energy responds by various diseasing manifestations whose specifics is determined by shortage or excess of energy in the organ. For example, the shortage of energy in the “meridian of the liver” manifests itself in apathy and fast tiredness while the excess of energy in the same meridian provokes irritability and hyperactivity of unhealthy nature.

The mode which in terms of oriental medicine is conventionally referred to as “aura” is a representation of the energy status of the organism. The human body is a generator of electromagnetic waves. The quality and the speed of release and absorption of energy by the human organism is determined by the quality and the speed of chemical reactions taking place in the organs of our body at the cellular level. Explaining the quality of energy exchange in human body, oriental natural healers used the concept of “aura”.

Reasoning scientifically, we cannot speak of existence of some magic methods allowing to “take pictures” of aura or to detect it in some other way. However, the analysis of energy processes inside human organs as well as of processes which are reflected in cardio rhythms, gives us a possibility to develop an integral index which will objectively reflect the quality of the functioning of cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine and vegetative systems. Such an index will be by its physical characteristics close to the concept of “aura” in the sense it was perceived by oriental healers.

The characteristic properties of ONIX are its mobility and easiness of practical use. To operate the device no professional medical education is needed. Following the detailed step-by-step user guide enables to obtain survey results in a prompt and convenient way.

ONIX not only provides a graphic representation of the body response to different medical treatments but also enables to illustrate the processes going on in the body in the manner and with the aid of the terms which are used by the oriental medicine practitioners.

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Dinamika Onix Diagnostic System

Main Features

  • ECG recording with real-time monitoring of functional state indices
  • Assessment of functional state in accordance with the analytical models of the Indian medicine – “diagnostics by chakras”
  • Assessment of functional state in accordance with the analytical models of the Chinese   medicine – “diagnostics by meridians”
  • Assessment of complex energy state of the body – “aura”
  • Simultaneous representation of the results of two surveys with a view of comparative analysis
  • Printout of survey results
  • The software and the hardware of diagnostic facilities produced by SPC Dinamika meets the standards of measurement, physiological interpretation and clinical use of cardiac intervalometry indices, adopted by European Society of Cardiology and North American Association for Electrophysiology.
  • Production facilities of SPC Dinamika comply with the quality standards ISO 9001:2008
  • Recording module is fed from the computer through the photo-coupled (optron) USB-interface

Diagnostic procedure & Software

The device ONIX is effective for health state control for patients who take nutritional supplements or undergo different therapies, detoxification, fasting, manual reflex therapy, make regularly yoga, meditation or various spiritual practices.

Connecting the ECG Recording Module to Patient

Connect the electrodes to the lead cable and fix plugs securely with screws. Connect the interface cable to the computer through a free USB port. Connect the interface cable to the distant module.  The electrode pads are placed on the inside of the patient’s wrists. The electrode with the red plug is placed on the right arm, the one with the green plug is placed on the left arm. It is recommended to moisten the skin at the points of contact with Water.

During survey the patient should be at rest, in a sitting or lying position. In some cases, if the R wave amplitude is too low, the red electrode is placed on the right wrist and the green one on the left ankle richly moistened with Water.

To reduce the disturbances while recording ECG the following rules should be observed:
The patient’s arms should be motionless and relaxed. If the patient is in sitting position, his hands should be on his knees, if the patient is in lying position, his arms should rest at his sides.

No other people should move around within the radius of 1,5-2 meters of the patient.
In the course of recording the patient’s state should be as relaxed and comfortable as possible. It is not recommended to distract the patient by talks or to show him the computer display with the ECG being recorded. You can suggest the patient to close his eyes.

The program interface

The program window is conditionally divided into two fields:

  • List of Patients and
  • Patient Survey Results

The List of Patients is located on the left-hand side of the window. Its upper field serves to display and to change the selected patient’s personal information.

Personal information can be displayed in a minimized or in an expanded mode, in the latter case it can be changed. Switching between the two modes is performed by clicking with the left mouse button on the bar situated below the patient personal information.

The List of Patients contains the information on all the examined patients. List of Patients control elements are also located on this side of the window:

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Chart generated during ECG run

Survey Results

Panel displaying Survey Results of currently selected patient is situated on the right-hand side of the window. This panel is basically a set of several tabs. Buttons at the top of the panel are used to switch between them.

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Brief Description of the tabs:

onyx4.jpgRegistration and Viewing of ECG Data tab contains the control elements for record and display of the patient’s electrocardiogram

onyx5.jpgAura Portrait tab serves to display assessments of chakras

onyx6.jpgChakras Activity Map tab displays the state of patient’s chakras

onyx7.jpgMeridian Chart tab serves to display the assessment of patient’s meridian

onyx8.jpgDoshas and the Five Elements tab displays the assessment of patient’s doshas

onyx9.pngDynamics of Functional Condition tab serves for comparative analysis of several surveys conducted on the same patient

At the top right-hand corner of ONIX window the program logo button is located which serves to visualize the information on the program, as well as the button used to visualize the reference information.

Aura portrait results chart

AURA PORTRAIT information is displayed. The aura’s color is determined by its general condition. The relative power of the aura is displayed in the top left corner in the shape of pie chart.

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Aura Portrait results before and after treatment

Chakras activity map

Chakras Activity Map displays information on the state of the patient’s chakras. The patient’s chakras are represented in the form of human figure animation. The brightness and the size of a chakra represented in the animated image depends on the state of the specific patient’s chakra status. The relative power of each chakra is displayed on the right of the figure and is conditionally expressed by the number of “stars” – from 0 (the worst state) to 5 (the best state).

Read & Learn more here: CHAKRAS

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Chakras display before and after

The meridian chart

In the MERIDIAN CHART shows information on the state of the patient’s meridians. On the screen the meridian chart is displayed. Also assessment of energy giving and receiving capacity of each meridian during the meridian diurnal cycle is displayed. Additionally, relative values of each meridian of the patient are displayed on the screen.

Read & learn more here: MERIDIANS

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Doshas and the five elements

The Doshas and the Five Elements Tab displays information on the proportions of doshas and the five main elements of the patient. The button DIET at the upper right of the window serves to display recommendations on the patient´s diet.

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Doshas and the five elements chart before and after treatment

According to Ayurveda, the human organism consists of material as well as non-material components. Interaction between these two parts of the human being determines its physical and mental health. One of the major principles of Ayurveda is that none of the constituent parts can function independently but only conjointly and strictly synchronously. The disbalance or desynchronization of functioning of material and non-material components causes diseases.

In the Indian philosophy it is believed that the universe consists of the five material elements or substances: “Air”, “Fire”, “Water”, “Earth” and “Ether”. They signify particular properties of those substances of which they are a part of. This kind of generalizations enables us to understand better the nature of the universe constituents.

“Air” represents the motion and all kinds of movement. “Fire” reflects all the phenomena related to the production of heat and light. The properties of “Air and Fire” are inherent in any life form. “Air and Earth” are the basic “building material” which all the body structures consist of. From the point of view of Ayurveda all the body components, even the smallest ones, consist of all the five elements. Like everything in the concept of Ayurveda, the five elements are indissolubly related to each other. In a healthy organism their quantity and thus their properties are in harmony and synchronized with each other. Disharmony and its incipient form, desynchronization, are a reflection of a disease in the body which has a strictly determined genotype formed by the five elements of nature.

Ayurveda treatment method is preventing disturbances and recovering the disturbed synchronization and harmony of the properties of the five material elements in the human body. Indeed, in all the material particles of the living organism, in the subcellular, cellular, tissue and organ structures the non-material component is there. In Ayurveda the spiritual principle in the body bears the name of the three doshas: Vata, Kapha and Pitta. Each dosha comprises the properties of two of the five elements: Vata Dosha has a number of properties which are specific to the elements of the Creation – “Ether” and “air”, Pitta Dosha – those specific to “Fire” and “Water” and Kapha Dosha combines the properties of “Earth” and “Water”. The correlation of the doshas, Vata, Kapha and Pitta is genetically predetermined. The dosha’s correlation in the organism determines the physiological characteristics of the body as well as the psychological features of a person. In order to determine them, Dosha Questionnaire Survey is used.

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Questionnaire survey to determine Dosha

Dynamics of physiological parameters

In the dynamics of physiological parameters chart can be compared several of the previously conducted surveys of one and the same patient. The left element selects the starting date of the displayed period and the right element selects the final date of the displayed period.

The graphs “Chakras” and “Meridians” represent the values of the corresponding physiological parameters for the currently selected survey. The graph “Daily Forecast” enables to assess the patient’s general condition within one day. This forecast is calculated on the basis of the values of the patient’s physiological parameters for the last month, counting from the last survey date displayed in the graph “The Dynamics of Physiological Parameters”. The “Gerontological Curve” represents the so called “biological age” of the patient and compares it with the patient’s calendar age.

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Dynamics of Physiological parameters

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Final patient’s measurements report (comparative before & after)

Scope of delivery

  • ONIX Software
  • ECG Registration Module, ONIX – 1 item
  • Cardiography Electrodes Skintact F 9024 AC – 2 items
  • Interface cable USB v2.0 – 1 item
  • Medical wallet – 1 item

Technical Data

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