An ECG is an abbreviation for electrocardiogram or electrocardiography. It is therefore so-called heart film and its measurement. Both the Vedapulse meter and the cardiac monitoring devices in hospitals measure the same thing with the same measurement principles, the electrical activity of the heart. So the actual electronic events are in the heart, but they are reflected in, for example. to limbs (hands and feet). In Vedapulse, electrodes (measuring sensors) are placed on the wrists, but hospitals use more sensors, some of which are inserted into the ankles, for example. .
Thus, the focus here is mainly on studying the variation in the distances between the “peaks” of heart beats from each other or HRV heart rate variability. For example, if the time interval between heart beats for a person does not vary except after very long periods, only low frequencies in the frequency spectrum are present. If, however, the time between heart beats varies rapidly, there are also high frequencies in the frequency spectrum.
The operation of the Vedapulse meter is based, in particular on Ayurvedic measurements, on the study of the frequency spectrum: high frequencies equate to kapha dosha and low frequencies equate to vata dosha. In this way, it is possible to concretize the Ayurveda dosha theory, which is scientifically regarded as a “huuhua”
Kari Nokela, FK, Physicist, Medical Electronics Specialist, Ayurvedic Consultant, Kuopio
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