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Article: Chaotization of human systems by technical electromagnetic fields

M. Doepp

ABSTRACT: In our energy diagnostic department we noticed more and more cases with irrational stimulus-reaction-patterns and with a chaotic regulation state of the autonomous systems. We found an explanation by the ‘Switching phenomenon’. However, in addition to earlier results a new cause came up, it is the electrosmog exposure. We used three criteria to clarify the findings: A) a negative reaction on a pulsating magnetic field, B) a positive reaction on a brain synchronization procedure, and C) the frequency distribution analysis of skin resistance values approximated by a lognormal (order) or by a bell curve (chaos). A retrospective evaluation over 4 years (435 patients) was performed. Results: 1) a positive correlation between the criterium A) and a chaotic tendency in C), and 2) a significant difference between reactions before and after the synchronization procedure B). The hypothesis of an electrosmog-induced chaotization of autonomous systems becomes likely.

Article · Jan 2008

Article: System patterns of the human organism and their heredity

M. Doepp · G. Edelmann

ABSTRACT: The frequency distribution analysis of biological data enables an insight into the regulatory state of the organism. In case of strong or permanent deviations from the balance of the systems (e.g. of the vegetative nervous system) abnormalities and/or diseases will result. They are associated with a tendency either to chaos or to rigidity. We examined in this way families over two or three generations. Similarities in their distribution histogram types are evaluated which confirm a genetic disposition and a heritability of system patterns. Risk profiles are resulting individually and concerning the descendants making possible a systemic prevention therapy or a modification of the life style. The analysis method may be adapted to a lot of medical examinations and represents an objective second opinion concerning health prevention.

Article · Jan 2006

Article: Chaos, Rigidity, and Complexity and their Changes Caused by Environmental Influences


ABSTRACT: Since several years we are performing a frequency distribution analysis of biological data. The events distribution is approximated by a lognormal curve (in biology: order) and by a normal = Gaussian curve (coincidence, chaos). For the analysis of the data we use the Chi-square and the Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests. In the last years we recognized a change of the average results. The complexity increased and more extreme patterns resulted. Instead of one peak the usual result frames show 2-5 peaks now. In 435 patients with different diagnoses we compared the tendencies of these groups in 2002/2003 and in 2004/2005. The results display the importance of the influence of electromagnetic waves in the environment on human system regulations.

Article · Jan 2006

Article: Needle-free accupuncture according to the information of the quint

M. Doepp · G. Edelmann

ABSTRACT: Three principles are combined and are demonstrated: a) the application of a stick (“Aku-Balindukt”) informed according to the quint (Weiers) for a needlefree acupuncture, b) the meridian diagnostics for the individual recognition of the weakest halfmeridian as therapeutical basis (Doepp), and c) the pentagon puncture (Mussat, Paris) derived from these information based on the I-Ging octagon. A puncture in this way produces improvements of the Qi status and the harmony of the meridian network. Additionally red wine (e. g.) can be treated by the Balindukt principle leading to a better compatibility. The harmonical 3/2 relation of the quint seems to be a possible principle in order to avoid the unfavourable antenna function of metal needles concerning electrosmog.

Article · Sep 2005

Article: Frequency distributions of anomalies of the meridians in Traditional Chinese Medicine

M. Doepp · G. Edelmann

ABSTRACT: Out of the tradition of the Chinese acupuncture the frequencies of the occurrence of anomalies of the 12 classical meridians are known. These mainly depend on qualitative diagnostics of the pulse. For some years, however, it is possible to make such statements quantitatively by routine use of measurements of the skin resistance (of 388,000 single measurements). No equilibrium distribution was found but clear different prevalences. Conclusions can be drawn concerning the energy circle, the five elements, the relationships of deficit/overload, Yin/Yang, up/down, and the psyche. Three indices are derived from the results.

Article · Dec 2003

Article: Switching of the brain as a state of dependency: Influence of meridians by electrosmog?

M. Doepp · G. Edelmann

ABSTRACT: In spite of controversial discussions concerning the field of e-smog effects it can be concluded from the sight of modern biophysics that especially digitally pulsated electromagnetic waves can couple in tissue structures. Preferably the brain is concerned via resonance. The meridian diagnostics of many e-smog sensitive persons resulted in the recognition of the switching of the brain as a typical e-smog effect. In these cases the brain is fragmented and dissociated, reactions of the organism are irrational or paradox. Is is a state of dependency. A method for a deswitching is demonstrated. This increasingly often existing situation should be taken into consideration by the acupuncture, too.

Article · Sep 2002

Article: Acupuncture controlled by meridian diagnostics using puncture according to Dr. Mussat as an example

M. Doepp

ABSTRACT: Two methods are demonstrated and combined: The meridian diagnostics by means of the system Prognos® and the triangle or pentagon puncture derived from the I Ching octagon according to Dr. Mussat (Paris). The application of Prognos® allows an objectivation and individualization of the indication procedure and a follow-up and success control of each kind of acupuncture, the puncture by Mussat is based on an adaption to true and clear criteria of the patient’s meridians. Hence, no longer the opinion of the acupuncturist decides on the procedure but the net of meridians of the patient for itself. Twelve standardized triangle/pentagon puncture procedures are demonstrated.

Article · Jan 2001

Article: [Results of quantitative radionucleid investigations in acute testicular disease (author’s transl)].

M Doepp · K Jarrar · H D Nöske · […] · C F Rothauge

ABSTRACT: All publications dealing with tortion of the testis stress the difficulty of diagnosis and the frequency of errors. This has suggested to us the need to develop a radio-isotope testiculogram corresponding to the radioisotope nephrogram used for renal functional diagnosis. The substance for the timeactivity curve is 99mTc pertechnitate which is taken up by the tubular epithelium of the testis and epididymis. A scan at 20 minutes proved highly diagnostic and produced a small amount of radiation only. Six quantitative parameters described the shape of the curve. These have been determined for the normal and related to age and point of measurement. It is then possible to differentiate partial and total tortion from acute epididymoorchitis. It is no longer necessary to subject every patient with acute testicular disease to surgery. With partial tortion, a conservative operation with fixation of the testis can be recommended instead of semicastration.

Article · Mar 1978 · RöFo – Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Röntgenstrahlen und der Nuklearmedizin

Article: [User-oriented programs for semi-automated evaluation of radio in vitro tests]

W Lukas · M Doepp · G L Fängewisch · S F Grebe

ABSTRACT: Most of the programmes for the evaluation of radio in vitro tests proceed from the anticipation that the best method should give an approximation of standard values by a curve as perfect as possible. According to our experiences this demand, however, is not decisive for a good standard curve, as in principle all standard values can be incorrect. The application of relatively simple linearising transformations and an additional curve (recovery of a normal serum) guarantees the necessary precision in the programme described. After a short description of the contents of the system, the programme for the assessment of CPBA – methods is shown, by help of which the sample changer – calculator-system determines the absolute concentration of the substance to be measured. This makes the starting point for the more complex RIA programme which methodologically takes into consideration the special problems of these tests.

Article · Nov 1976 · Nuklearmedizin

Article: [Antigenicity of serum albumin in allergy against cat or dog epithelium (significance of the radioallergosorbens test in the diagnosis of allergies)].

K Brehm · K Plock · M Doepp · H Baier

ABSTRACT: Intracutaneous, nasal provocation (NPT) and radioallergosorbens (Phadebas RAST) tests were performed on 49 subjects hypersensitive to cats and (or)dogs using serum albumin and epithelium extracts from cats and dogs. Serum albumin elicited intracutaneous reactions in most of the subjects, but gave positive NPT und RAST results in only a few and was, therfore, of limited clinical importance. The intracutaneous tests with epithelium extracts were positive in some subjects in whom other tests had been negative. It is possible that these false-positive skin tests were caused by serum albumin present in the extracts, while in others non-specific skin reactions were apparently caused by epithelial components. On the other hand, the results suggest that the few patients allergic to dogs were incorrectly diagnosed with the RAST. But the described in-vitro method increases the chances of diagnosing allergies against animal epithelia. It is furthermore useful in the interpretation of equivocal skin tests.

Article · Apr 1975 · DMW – Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift

Article: [Evaluation of detailed recognition during renal angiography and scanning during dog experiments (author’s transl)]

M Doepp · R Steckenmesser · S F Grebe · […] · P Breitwieser

ABSTRACT: The zone of infarction or subinfarction following resection of a renal pole, which extended between 5 and 17 mm into the kidney, was examined by means of animal experiments with respect to the angiographic, scintigraphic and morphological findings. A comparative analysis using a point system revealed that: Small peripheral defects are shown better angiographically than scintigraphically. The boundary between functional and abnormal tissue can frequently be recognised more clearly on the scintigram than on the angiogram. The combination of both examinations increases the information available. Poor image quality is more significant during angiography than for scintigraphy. There is no correlation between the size of the marginal defect and the ability to demonstrate it for depths between 5 and l7 mm. It follows that use of both methods provides better information than either form of examination on its own.

Article · Jul 1974 · Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Röntgenstrahlen und der Nuklearmedizin

Article: [A simple method for the quantitative evaluation of radioisotope nephrograms]

M Doepp · S F Grebe · M Römer · […] · H Temme

ABSTRACT: The significant section of the curve traced by radioactive isotope renography for quantitative evaluation of renal function is that which is recorded between the 48th and 120th sec after the curve has started to rise. Measurements taken at this time in 36 dogs and 40 patients by 2 methods of calculation correlated very well with the results of the conventional method of PHA clearance. The 2 methods of calculation agreed with each other. Studies carried out on the 40 patients indicate that measurements of bladder activity show useful relationship to PHA clearance only 30 min after the injection of 131 hippuric acid. Measurements of bladder activity after 10 and 20 min, in addition to that taken at 30 min, are useful for defining the extent of excretory disorder. Moreover, measurement of urinary excretion may serve as a control of PHA clearance equivalent.

Article · Nov 1973 · Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift (1950)

Article: Chaos in Human Beings: An Aid for Medical Decision Making


ABSTRACT: Physiologically the frequency distribution of biological data of living systems may be approximated by a lognormal curve, pathologically by a normal = bell curve. The Chi-square and the Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests are used for the data analysis. A chaos is the most frequent abnormal result. We investigated in 492 chaotically regulated patients 6 important diagnoses: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Guillain-Barré-Syndrome, allergy, auto-aggression, cancer, and neurosis. The application of Bayestheorem allowed the calculation of probabilities. In this way in medical decision making suspicion diagnoses may be strengthened or weakened, or a new tentative diagnosis arises. The problem of cancer is discussed. Our results display the relevance of this system analysis of the human network in medicine.

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Article: Frequency Distribution Analysis of Biological Data: Clinical Evaluation


ABSTRACT: The frequency distribution of biological data may be approximated by a lognormal curve (physiologically) or by a normal = bell-curve (pathologically). For the analysis of the data are in use the Chi-square and the Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests. In 325 patients with 15 different diagnoses we investigated the tendencies of these groups towards (a) a chaotic or (b) a rigid state of the organism. E.g.: active cancer usually is chaotic, however, this is imitated by allergies and auto-aggressions. In case of sclerosis two types exist. Stress leads to rigidity. An index for the best discrimination is evaluated and diagnostic ranges are assigned. The results display the relevance of this system analysis of the human network in medicine.

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Article: The determination of thyroxine in blood with the T3- and T4-test-value

S.F. Grebe · M. Doepp

International Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Biology 1(1):58–59 · January 1973

DOI: 10.1016/0047-0740(73)90051-X

Article: [Differential diagnosis of thyroid hot nolules using stimulation studies with TRH and TSH]

M Doepp · S F Grebe · H Hering

Article · Feb 1976 · Die Medizinische Welt

Article: [Regulatory circle of the thyroid gland in thyroiditis]

M Doepp

Article · Mar 1976 · Die Medizinische Welt