Vital blood diagnostics
Vital blood analysis with a dark field microscope
When examining the vital blood with the a dark field microscope, it is possible to detect the tendency to diseases in various phenomena in the blood plasma and in the structure and function of the blood cells, without these having already come to full onset. If these conditions are recognized in good time, preventive measures can often be taken to prevent an outbreak of the disease.
Why is blood a good basis for examination?
Biology is the science of life. The biological state of a person ultimately decides his life, so health or disease. Our whole blood flows once a minute through the whole body – a red blood cell the way from the heart to a toe takes about 15 seconds. So the blood carries important information from all areas of the body itself. One way to determine the biological state is the dark field blood diagnosis.
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Dark field blood diagnosis as an early warning system
In the investigation of vital blood using a dark field microscope it is possible to recognize various phenomena in blood plasma as well as on the structure and function of blood cells tends to diseases without them have already manifested. This affects diseases of the skin, lungs, bones, liver, kidneys, changes in the acid base balance, vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disease, abdominal disorders, disturbances in lipid metabolism, iron deficiency, hemoglobin deficiency, autoimmune diseases, allergy inclination, immune deficiency, dehydration, inflammation, precancerous situations and much more. Of course, a classical differential blood count is performed.
Discrepancy from the standard state detected in time help applying preventive activities to prevent an outbreak of the disease. Especially in this regard the vital blood analysis is a tool for real prevention.
Blood picture qualitative and quantitative
Dark field blood diagnosis is a qualitative assessment of the living blood with a microscope. Blood cells are hereby rated up to a 1000x magnification under the micrsocope in the living state. The dark field blood diagnosis complements the quantitative conventional medical blood count – a tabulation of blood components. This blood count is compared to the average population with its wide range of values. Up to clearly distinguish the individual values thereof, a well advanced pathological condition may be in place.
Examples of vital blood diagnosis advantages
Often the currently available blood parameters react relatively late especially clear recognizable by the liver values: laboratory diagnostics analyzes specific proteins that are released in connection with increased death of liver tissue. That is, metabolic disturbances of this organ (which can for example cause gallstones typically without an increased cell death) can not be captured by the liver values.
This is different in the dark field blood diagnostics: here recognizes the trained therapist metabolic disorders of the liver in the quality of red blood cells. 2.8 million thereof are made of bone marrow per second. Important components for this comes from the hepatic metabolism. If these components are not in sufficient quantities, it comes to membrane changes in the red blood cells that are visible in the dark-field microscope and can be evaluated.
The white blood cells are counted in the medical blood count and determined their subspecies. Unfortunately the immune cells are not checked in terms of structure and function disorders. In the dark-field blood diagnostics, however, the structure and the ameboid locomotion and thus the reaction layer can be assessed.
From the classic blood count also many interesting findings that can not be represented visually arise. Thus, the two blood research methods complement.
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Additional information can be found on the following websites:
- IG-DF Interest group for dark field blood diagnostics (German language)
- Forum for dark field blood diagnosis (German language)