How Does the Zeptronic Diagnostics System Work?
1. Handheld Probe (no swabs, no needles, no fluid collection)
The Zeptronic Diagnostics System consists of a hand-held probe, the size of a white board marker, which emits an electronic medical field and collects return waves that are reflected back through the body. Billions of data points are uploaded to a proprietary, cloud-based system, which compares it against a database of normal values.
2. Zeptronic Diagnostics Cloud System
Zeptronic Diagnostic Algorithm Analysis of the input data in the Zeptronic Diagnostics Cloud Server consists of the following:
- Determination of a power spectrum density (PSD) of the reflected baseline signal.
- Determination of a spectral variance in the PSD of the reflected baseline signal relative to the baseline signal.
- Comparison of the spectral variance to predetermined spectral variances that correspond to conditions of the human body.
- Determination of any variances of conditions of the human body based on this comparison.
- Generation of a report indicating the condition of the human body for transmission to a clinician or other users
3. Results within 3 Minutes
Within three minutes it generates a complete tabbed report on the entire human body that encompasses:
- Chemicals and chemically bonded structures such as electrolytes, RNA, and DNA
- All cells in the body and their internal structures
- All organs in the body
- All eleven body systems
- Interactions and interconnectivity among the various organs and the systems
Functional Schematics of Zeptronic Diagnostics System
Schematic of Probe & Local Processor for our Cloud based Medical Diagnostics system
Medical Diagnostic Scanning Processor
Additional Diagnostic Configurations Available
Zeptronic Diagnostics technology is not limited to specific venues or configurations. Because the probe’s miniaturized components have low energy requirements, the following uses can be quickly developed and put into use:
- The Zeptronic Alert Bracelet provides continuous monitoring for people with chronic conditions, such as hypertension and heart disease. When a person with such a device suffers a heart attack or a stroke, the emergency room can receive a diagnosis about the patient’s condition when the ambulance arrives, and treatment can begin immediately – without having to wait for tests or test results.
- The Zeptronic Medevac Ring, issued to soldiers on the battlefield, is equipped with a GPS that can locate casualties within one meter, providing a medical team with information about triaging injuries and providing emergency treatment, allowing doctors, sitting remotely, to assist.