The development of ARDK® in the 1960s to the present was to devise a rapid method of health profiling, with maximum information for the Russian military and preventive screening for the general population with high reliability and low cost.
The statistical evaluation of clinical data collected from 1977 to 1991 in various health institutions was done by scientists, doctors, and experts using modern scientific methods.
In the mid-1990s, Taiwan added more information to the existing data, and improved the program, taking into account the peculiarities of eastern and western medicine.
ARDK® consists of hardware and software complexes. Furthermore, it has two databases:
On average, one set of data from a patient (conclusion) spends between 100 to 1000 or more cases, depending on the complexity of the analysis (one patient could have a number of different diseases superimposed on each other).
This research is a method for determining the state of the functions of organs and systems by measuring the skin’s electrical resistance in biologically active points (BAPs).
Electro-dermal resistance is a measure of the degree to which the skin opposes the passage of an electric current.
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ARDK® draws a statistical relationship between measurements taken from the skin to internal organ function.
Knowledge Base (server) is composed of multiple images of a number of different filters/conclusions (disease).
The imputed data reaches the knowledge base, is sifted through the filters, and as a result, presented in the form of probabilities of conclusions superimposed on each other.
When transferring data to the server for processing, it automatically detects the presence of a virtual user account.
After processing the data, measurements (clicks) are automatically read by the reference count and deducted from the virtual user account.
Hereditary factors, environmental pollution, and lifestyle (poor diet, vices, sedentary living) contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Diabetes, for example, does not appear overnight. Changes in the body take place, and over time (maybe years) these eventually become symptomatic.
The idea of a health profiling system is to identify any early warning signals so as to allow earlier preventive action or intervention.
The actual measurement takes approximately two (2) to five (5) minutes depending on the skill of the technician. Results are available almost immediately depending on the speed of the internet.
The device can gather about 50 values within 2 seconds of touching the skin and then can obtain an average value. The effective accuracy rate is up to 95%. Accuracy should be considered bearing in mind that the patient may not have experienced the symptoms of an illness which in its early stage.
Tests come out fast since electro-dermal resistance is easily measured and established profiles of diseases are already saved in the server. By simply connecting to the internet, sending the data collected, comparing them with the established profiles, and having a set of formulas already prepared, results are easily retrieved.
Many scientific professionals doubt the technology’s abilities and immediately dismiss it as fake. With conventional diagnostic tests, samples may be taken and treated with chemicals and undergo procedures that take hours. Some are visual in nature and can be observed in real-time but films are developed hours after.
When certain conditions appear in the ARDK® report it confirms that the condition is present, was present with a chance of recurrence, or is developing in the patient’s body. Quantitatively it shows probabilities instead of actual values in conventional units.
ARDK® can be used as often as needed from several times a day for monitoring at different times of the day or for checking reactions to certain changes in environmental and internal conditions to monitoring responses to medical treatment and therapies of up to 6 months. Normal monitoring is recommended every month.