The Iris is Under Scrutiny in New Book
Biomedical engineer-scientist offers in-depth information and illustrations about the iris.
Congers, NY (Vocus/PRWEB) March 08, 2011
Dr. Roman Kushnirov puts the eyes””specifically the iris””under the other end of the microscope with the release of this informative and detailed presentation, Iridobiopower Diagnosis and Colourmusicreflexotherapy. This newly published book will indeed be a helpful material for any eye expert or iris specialist.
Practical iridobiopower diagnosis envisages inspection of projecting zones of the iris of the eye and points of biological activity of the ear under a microscope with the conducting of measurements of electro conductivity in selected points of biological activity. With the purpose of easier facilitation and calculation of information from irises under a microscope, the author constructed diagrams of disposition of projection, radial, and concentric zones of organs in right and left irises in the algorithm of geometrical proportion.
In this book, there are two hundred and forty illustrations of irises represented as seen under a microscope. These illustrations demonstrate hypothetical diagnostic symptoms of various diseases in respiratory system, central nervous system, digestive system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, and urinary genital systems. The representations of irises under a microscope demonstrated signs of practical human health as well. Self-control of representations of irises under a microscope is realized with the aid of the mirror reflection of these representations of irises under a microscope.
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About the Author
In his career, Dr. Roman Kushnirov combines application of various engineering principles and techniques to the medical field. His revolutionary scientific research is spanning a broad array of subfields. Being a prominent biomedical engineer, his applications include the development of biocompatible prostheses, various diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices. Dr. Kushnirov’s analyzing skills of engineering and knowledge of medical sciences improves healthcare, preventive medicine, diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy. Dr. Kushnirov, a native of Russia, holds Masters and PhD at Polytechnic Institute as a mechanical engineer in Kaunas, Lithuania, 1956. In 1962, he started his work at the Central Research Institute of Prosthetics, Moscow. In 1969, he received Post Doctorate degree as an expert of biomechanical basics of functional compensation of flabby paralysis. In 1970, Dr. Kushnirov started his research in various fields of preventive medicine, electro-rephlexology, and prosthetics. In 1976, he started a new series of projects and researches of the advanced methods of muscles electro-stimulation with expertise in biomechanics and medical equipment of muscle friction. In 1978, Dr. Kushnirov received his Medical Education in both First and Second Moscow Medical Academies with the subject in traumatology and orthopedics. For twenty years, he ran a laboratory in the Center of Medico-Social Rehabilitation Institute in Moscow, Russia. He is an expert in medical equipment field: His innovations in medical technology have produced numerous appliances and instruments such as various prostheses and other medical equipment which have been essential in diagnosis, treatment, preventive medicine, and rehabilitation of his patients through all these years. He is the author of many patents, licenses and various scientific articles published in medical and scientific journals. For the last twenty years, he worked in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Iridobiopower Diagnosis and Colourmusicreflexotherapy * by Dr. Roman Kushnirov
Publication Date: February 24, 2011
Picture Book; $15.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4568-5650-2
Picture Book Hardcover; $25.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4568-5651-9
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