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Diagnostics of Functional State of Human


Development of a Technique for Express Diagnostics and Prediction for Functional State of a Human

Tech Area / Field

  • MED-DID/Diagnostics & Devices/Medicine
  • MED-OTH/Other/Medicine
  • INF-OTH/Other/Information and Communications

3 Approved without Funding

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Leading Institute
Design Bureau of Special Mechanical Engineering, Russia, St Petersburg

Supporting institutes

  • Central Medical Sanitary Unit # 122, the L.G.Sokolov Hospital, Russia, St Petersburg


  • Merikoski Rehabilitation and Research Centre, Finland, Oulu\nUniversity La Laguna / Medicine College, Spain, San Isidro\nJustus-Liebig-Universität Giessen / Institut fur Theoretische Physik III, Germany, Giessen\nWeinmann Medical Rechnology, Germany, Hamburg

Project summary

Aims and tasks:

Implementation into clinical practice of a new diagnostic technique for express characterization of the dynamics of changes in the general state of a human with high accuracy and reliability from the signals of different nature with an allowance for the peculiarities of a human.

Development of a technique and instrumentation for the prompt diagnostics and predication of the changes in the functional state of a human with high accuracy and reliability.

Project activities will include:

  • Substantiation and development of the general conception for the project realization;
  • Theoretical basis for the diagnostic technique;
  • Development of a physical-mathematical model;
  • Development of software;
  • Development of a laboratory prototype of the device;
  • Clinical study;
  • Development of a technique for the new diagnostics.

A technique and device for the diagnostics and prediction of the human states from the analysis of a number of the physiological processes (for example, heartbeats, breathing and so on) using the methods of nonlinear mechanics, statistical physics and nonequilibrium thermodynamics are the matters of the project.


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