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CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine
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CME Swiss AG and Spectral Dynamic Technology in Modern Medicine

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CME SWISS AG presents a universal mobile analytic system, helping health professionals with their decision-making in choosing right treatment approach according to each person's individual needs. …

CME SWISS AG presents a universal mobile analytic system, helping health professionals with their decision-making in choosing right treatment approach according to each person's individual needs.
Help in diagnostics of symptomatic pathologies and their treatments.
Evaluation of latent diseases and prevention of their manifestations with CME Compensation.
Evaluation of the risk factors and functional disorders of various origins with the purpose of their prevention.

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  • 1. Our Goal – Health for All!Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 2. Scientific Behind CME “Complex Medical Expert” Spectral Analysis What is Spectral Dynamic Spectroscopy ?• The study of a visual spectra images of any known frequencies and wave forms.• Spectroscopy is often used in physical and analytical chemistry for the identification of substances.• A device for recording a spectrum is a spectrometer. Spectrometry can be classified according to the physical quantity which is measured or calculated.• Spectroscopy is also heavily used in astronomy. Most large telescopes have spectrographs, which are used to measure the chemical composition and physical properties of astronomical objects. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 3. Physical quantity measured Spectral Analysis• The type of spectroscopy depends on the physical quantity measured. Normally, the quantity that is measured is an amount or intensity of something.• The intensity of emitted electromagnetic waves and the amount of absorbed electromagnetic waves are studied by electromagnetic spectroscopy• Kinetic energy of particles is studied by electron energy loss spectroscopy.• The mass-to-charge ratios of molecules and atoms are studied in mass spectrometry, sometimes called mass spectroscopy. Mass spectrometry is a measuring technique and can produce a spectrum of masses, a mass spectrum, similar in appearance to other spectroscopy techniques. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 4. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 5. Spectral AnalysisCopyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 6. Spectral AnalysisIn physics and optics, the Fraunhofer lines are a set of spectral lines named forthe German physicist Joseph von Fraunhofer (1787--1826). The lines wereoriginally observed as dark features in the optical spectrum of the Sun.The English chemist William Hyde Wollaston was in 1802 the first person tonote the appearance of a number of dark features in the solar spectrum. In1814, Fraunhofer independently rediscovered the lines and began a systematicstudy and careful measurement of the wavelength of these features. In all, hemapped over 570 lines, and designated the principal features with the letters Athrough K, and weaker lines with other letters.It was later discovered by inventors of spectroscope Georg Kirchoff and RobertWilhelm Bunsen that each chemical element was associated with a set ofspectral lines, and deduced that the dark lines in the solar spectrum werecaused by absorption by those elements in the upper layers of the sun. Themajor Fraunhofer lines, and the elements they are associated with, are shownin the following table: Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 7. SpectrogramCopyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 8. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 9. CME as Spectra-dynamic Analyzer• A spectrum analyzer is a device used to examine the spectral composition of some electrical waveform. It is an instrument that transforms an incoming time-domain waveform into a frequency spectrum, or generally a sequence of such spectra.• Some spectrum analyzers are also referred to as spectrographs, depending on the precise nature of the waves.• The spectrum analyzer is a digital device that uses the Wavlet Transform (WT) a mathematical process that transforms a waveform into the components of its frequency spectrum. As a result, computer programs can compute such transforms in real time, and make visual processing easier, allowing real-time spectrographic analysis with great accuracy. Such spectral analysis, or spectroscopy, has become an important scientific tool for analyzing compositions of unknown as well as known matter. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 10. Visualization of the emission pattern of the The Spectral – Dynamic analyses of the intensity,background electric field movement pattern, and changes in the behavior of the field Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 11. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 12. Digitalized Spectral – Dynamic model Spectral – Dynamic MarkerCopyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 13. Marker with multiple digitalized clustersInformation s Clusters Example of the cluster aria on the marker s Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 14. Database of the standard Spectral – Dynamic Markers Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 15. The report of theanalyzed marker Recording of a person‘s Spectral – Dynamic Marker Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 16. A visual graphic representation of thecomparative analysis of the recorded markerwith the standard markers from the database.Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 17. Recording and analysis of the The report marker Causality chain Copyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
  • 18. Recorded marker of a person Combining selected markers from the database with person‘s marker Inverting of the markers and compensationCopyright © 2012 CME SWISS AG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.

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