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Acupuncture Scanning System
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), patterns of disharmony (i.e, bad health and emotional disorders) in the body are thought to be caused by disruptions of the body’s energy flow along a series of acu-tracts. To correct those disruptions, specific points on the meridians called acupoints are stimulated via needles, burning incense cones (moxa), applying pressure or other means. The Standard Acupuncture Nomenclature published by the World Health Organization listed about 400 acupuncture points and 20 meridians connecting most of the points, however by the 2nd Century CE, 649 were recognised in China. Such 20 meridians are usually called the “12 standard meridians”, with each meridian corresponding to each organ; nourishing it and extending to an extremity. There are also “8 extraordinary meridians”, two of which have their own sets of points, and the remaining ones connecting points on other channels. The twelve standard meridians go along the arms and the legs. They are: Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen, Heart, Small Intestine, Urinary Bladder, Kidney, Pericardium, Triple Warmer (aka Triple Heater), Gall Bladder, and Liver. These terms refer to biological functions and not the structural organ, which is why there are some on the list with no corresponding anatomical structure .

The bioelectric current, which is released by the meridian and the acupoint in the human body, can be read by the sensor connected to the computer and be statistically analyzed and correlated with the millions of clinical data records of the Data Center and the resulting report will be sent back to the computer. With the data being accumulated and revised continuously, the resulting report will be more and more precise and accurate.

The Doctors using this device find the accuracy levels up to 95%.This is well accepted by the patients since this is completely non invasive and saves lot of inconvenience and the costs.

This being working on Tele-Medicine principles, Doctors can get the test done from remote locations and get the report on their desk.

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