What is Metatron?
THE FIRST DEVICE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD! AN INFORMATIVE, PORTABLE, USER FRIENDLY MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC COMPUTER SYSTEM
Developed by the Institute of Practical Psychophysics, Metatron rough diagnostic medical device boasts world class software, capable of scanning a patient without harmful effects, producing valuable information within a matter of minutes. Metatron’s accuracy in finding acute and chronic processes, as well as predispositions towards certain illnesses, is an outstanding 85.5%. It is the world’s smallest and portable computerized medical diagnostic device, with enormous applications and extensive database, making it able to be used anywhere!
The researches of the Institute have created an analogue-free investigation system, which allows tracing any conditions in the body through changes in the wave characteristics of tissues of the body. Non-linear analysis systems (NLS) are the most advanced information technologies available in this century and can be considered the most remarkable and advantageous accomplishment of modern natural science. The diagnosis equipment is based on the spectral analysis of the vortex magnetic field of any biological object. It is quite unique and unparalleled in the world today.
The hardware-software system “METATRON” developed at the Institute of Practical Psychophysics enables a production of a preset bioelectrical activity of brain neurons, with this activity as a background it becomes possible to selectively amplify signals hardly detectable against the statistical fluctuations, and then isolate and decode the information they contain.
In a way “METATRON” system takes bearings of this radiation just where it originates in order to then decode and display it on the computer screen where a virtual model of the organ is produced in specific colors.
Computer models also give physicians a three dimension projection of internal organs. Colored marks placed upon the picture make it easier for the doctor to determine the site of pathological process. It is possible to judge the process of disintegration of these biological structures, and to make prognosis, by comparing the range of colors of the marks and their arrangement on the computer model of the organ, using the dynamics of their change over a period of time.
In order to define pathology in an area it is necessary to investigate deeper levels of the organ produced on the screen by the computer until the pathology nidus is localized.