A spectral-dynamic medical complex (SDMC) is a technological system, related of physical medicine and intended for universal diagnostics as well as for carrying out recreation and prophylactic, therapeutic and prophylactic consultation.
The SDMC is a new achievement in the physical medicine. The essence of this achievement consists in the development of wave diagnostics of the third generation, which serves as a basis for conceptual and technological integration of all other medical schools, including western (allopathic) medicine, traditional oriental medicine, homeopathic, orthomolecular, as well as naturopathic and sanitary-hygienic medical schools. Thereby, the SDMC embodies an idea of the integrated medicine making it accessible for the practice and open for the scientific development.

Advantages of the technology

As compared to the second generation medical equipment, the SDMC-based wave technology of the third generation has the following advantages:
  • usability of the examination procedure;
  • short time for patient examination taking 35 seconds for signal recording;
  • lack of necessity for activation of acupuncture points;
  • passive diagnosis mode, i.e. a human body is not exposed to any effects (frequency resonance diagnostics is active and, firstly, resonance effects impair an initial field structure that may result in diagnostic errors and, secondly, unreasonable resonance effects may be dangerous);
  • possibility of testing in the SD-compensation mode;
  • validity of testing in the SD-resonance mode;
  • equipment mobility;
  • usability for any physician;
  • diagnostic reliability (about 95%).
The essence of the spectral-dynamic method principle consists in analyzing dynamics of the electric oscillations generated by the body electromagnetic field in the bandwidth from 20 Hz to 11 kHz with an amplitude from 1 millivolt. The field dynamics is described using the field phase planes. The SDMC operates on the pattern recognition, rather than on the measuring principle. Spectral-dynamic images of markers are recognized in the general (extremely complex) spectral-dynamic field structure of a patient’s.

The monofrequency measurements (second generation) differs from the dynamic spectrum recognition (third generation) in terms of the informational volume almost in the same way as an ordinary photo of only one of the sea waves differs from the 3D-video of the entire sea picture.

The spectral signal analysis is based on the wavelet transformation method. The SD diagnostics is based on the spectral-dynamic recognition algorithms, i.e. on detecting in the dynamic spectrum of a patient’s body of the SD structures corresponding to the SD structures of reference markers available in the databases. At present the SDMC databases contain about 8000 systemized and verified SD markers.

The algorithmic support of the SDMC-based complex allows for creating assessments of similarity with SD markers of respective processes in the organism using pathologic phase planes as well as assessments of acuity or remoteness of these processes and relevance and complementarity of medicines and other preparations for the organism. This relates to any medicines, herbs, food additives and food products.

A special feature of the SDMC is versatility of the spectral dynamic diagnostics based on a single wave signal record. It is noteworthy that an electrode is passive, and a direct contact of the electrode with the patient’s skin is not required.

Diagnostic analysis Generally, a diagnostic analysis takes from ten minutes to one hour depending on the number of the organism systems to be analyzed, extent of the analysis and the task complexity.

New opportunities The spectral-dynamic technology is versatile and offers previously unavailable opportunities for prognosis, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of both infectious and non-infectious diseases. At present there no methods and instruments allowing to analyze a body state and address the prognosis, diagnosis, prevention and treatment problems, respectively, with such a high rate, accuracy and exhaustiveness.

The SDMC inherits the benefits and advantages of the second generation equipment while offering new opportunities. The most significant of them allow diseases to be prognosticated and diagnosed based on the parameters of dynamics of the dynamic system phase planes and also allow highly specific compensation of pathologic phase planes to be used for rehabilitation, prevention and treatment. The SDMC provides the diagnosis of any infectious and non-infectious, inflammatory and degenerative, traumatic and toxicogenic, latent and overt pathological conditions and also their risks. Actually any pathology may be diagnosed if respective spectral-dynamic images (SD markers) are entered into the SDMC database.

The SDMC makes it possible to diagnose all organs and body systems and also to assess functional stresses of the key body systems (immune, endocrine, drainage and psychic). The SDMC offers broad opportunities for psychodiagnostics and psychocorrection, including induction programs used for addressing medical and medico-pedagogical educational programs, and tasks.

The possibility of individual precise spectral-dynamic correction of various states is an important factor. This is due to the fact that the SDMC databases contain spectral-dynamic markers of many inflammatory and degenerative processes and also homeopathic medicines. It is noteworthy that the SDMC individually and precisely determines the time required for the procedure (based on the bio-feedback) and automatically stops the procedure when the preset correction level is achieved.

Complex diagnostics

The list of main types of medical aid below gives an insight into the possibilities of the SDMC based on which this aid is provided: 1. Organ and tissue diagnostics:
  • gastrointestinal tract;
  • cardiovascular system;
  • female urogenital system;
  • male urogenital system;
  • nervous system;
  • osseous articular system;
  • bronchopulmonary system;
  • ear, nose, throat;
  • dentofacial system;
  • visual organs;
  • mammary glands;
  • mesenchyme
2. System diagnostics:
  • endocrine system
  • immune system
  • anabolic processes
  • catabolic processes
  • certain metabolites
  • mental status
3. Environmental diagnostics:
  • vitamins
  • microelements
  • radioactive elements
  • allergens
  • geopathic stresses
4. Etiological diagnostics:
  • prions
  • viruses
  • bacteria
  • parasitic fungi
  • parasites
  • AIDS
  • toxins
  • dysbacterioses
5. Selection of individual and complementary medications:
  • allopathic medicines
  • homeopathic medicines
  • Нееl medicines and other isopathic medicines
  • herbs and phytopreparations
  • vitamins
  • microelements
  • aromatherapy preparations
  • physiotherapeutic methods
  • biologically active additives
  • healthy foods
  • mineral water and other drinks
6. Multilevel diagnostics
7. Development of rehabilitation and preventive program
8. Development of medical and prophylactic program
9. S9. SD correction of the pathological process

Project team

Rostovtsev Vladimir Nikolayevich

He was born in the town of Karabash in Chelyabinsk federal subject (Russia). He graduated from the Minsk Medical Institute in 1969 and received a research degree in the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences in Leningrad in 1972.
Professor_Rostovtsev He worked as a junior, and senior research scientist in the Central Research Laboratory of the Belarusian Medical Refresher Institute since 1972 to 1988. He further worked as the head of the Laboratory of Health Informatics of the Belarusian Research Institute for Health Affairs in 1988-1989, as the head of the interministerial department for medical systems of the Electronic Computing Machines Research Institute in 1989-1992.
Since 1992 to 2005 he worked as the head of Department for Medical Systems of the Belarusian Center of Medical Technology. Since 2005 he has been working as the chief research scientist of the Republican Scientific and Practical Center of Medical Technologies. In 2000 he organized and took the lead of the course of preventive medicine and statistics under the Department for Hygiene and Medical Ecology of the Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education.
He defended his candidate's dissertation on the subject "Study of dihydrofolate reductase in normal embryogenesis and in case of induced teratogenesis" in 1973.
 In 1990 he was conferred the academic degree of Doctor of Medicine for the dissertation research on the subject "Fundamentals of automation of an individual genetic prognosis", which he protected in 1989.
In 1994 he was conferred the academic title of a professor in the specialty "Management in medical and biological systems, including the use of computer technology." In 1997 he was elected as a corresponding member of the Belarusian Academy of Medical Sciences.
His main direction of scientific activity is development of the theoretical background, as well as scientific and practical technologies for preventive medicine. During his work he has been a scientific adviser of 25 research works performed by order of the State Scientific and Technological Program, social procurement and the section "Fundamental and Exploratory Research". He published over 400 scientific papers, including the monographs "Genetics and diagnosis" (1986), " Fundamentals of Health" (2002), "Fundamentals of health culture" (2008). He supervised the preparation of 17 candidate and 6 doctoral dissertations.
His main scientific results were obtained in the field of theoretical research of a norm, biological and social load, biological balance and adaptation, predisposition, risks, rehabilitation and treatment, which together make up the health theory, as well as in the field of applied research on the genetic analysis, health management, social determination of demographic processes, technologies, and spectral dynamic diagnostics technology.
His main technological results refer to scientific technologies of data analysis and evaluation of the vegetative status based on cardiointervalography, as well as to practical techniques of diagnosis of liability to diseases (hypertension, CAD, bronchial asthma), individual risk assessment (hypertension, type II diabetes mellitus, bronchial asthma) liability (to risk behavior), assessment of individual quality of life, social risk assessment (increase of mortality), spectral-dynamic diagnostics (SDD) of individual risks and latent pathology.