Sample ES Tech Report
The EIS measures the human body electrical properties (electrical conductivity and dispersion). The signals processing analysis provides data about the galvanic skin response.
Main indicators for each electrodes pairs : Hand, Foot and Forehead SDC + : Electrical conductivity related to the pathway from anode to cathode and from the peer reviews it seems related with the tissue oxygen level Delta SDC+-SDC -: numeric value .
From the peer review, it seems related to the interstitial chloride ions (inversely proportional) . Alpha parameter : Electrical Dispersion. From the peer reviews, it seems related to the morphology of the fluid between the cells.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is the mathematical analysis of the time between each Heart beat and provides indicators of the Autonomic nervous system activity and it is the gold standard to estimate your stress level.
Heart rate: The number of heart beats per minute
SI Stress Index: Indicator of the heart left ventricle work and heart oxygen consumption
MxDMn: Indicator of the stability of the heart rhythm
HF % and ms: Main indicator of the parasympathetic activity
Total Power: Indicator of the vagal activity.
LF/HF: ratio considered by some investigators to mirror sympathetic/parasympathetic balance or to reflect sympathetic modulations.
Indicator of the orthostatic hypotension and vagal syndrome. The value under should be an indicator of vagal syndrome
Normal range > 1.30
Value: 1.35 C.U
Ratio issue from the Valsalva maneuver : a value under should be an indicator of cardiovascular disease, especially when used in conjunction with echocardiogram.
Normal range > 1.20
Value: 1.31 C.U
SPo2 % and Photoelectrical Plethysmograph
Q (Cardiac Output): Indicator of the volume of blood being pumped by the heart in a minute.
SVR (Systemic Vascular Resistance) : Indicator of peripheral Resistance to flow that must be overcome to push blood through the circulatory system.
MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure): Average pressure during the aortic pulse cycles estimated from the Digital Pulse Analysis
Stiffness Index: Indicator of the large artery stiffness related to the blood pressure
Reflection Index: Indicator of small and middle size artery stiffness
DEI: Indicator proportional to the peripheral artery elasticity or to the venous return (vasoconstriction)
Estimated VO2: Oxygen uptake represents the oxygen supply for the tissue metabolism
Estimated DO2: oxygen delivery is the rate of oxygen transport in the arterial blood
SpO2%: Hemoglobin oxygen saturation in percent corresponding to the arterial oxygen pressure. It can be reduced e.g. anemia, hypothyroidism, high altitude, Co2 increased, histotoxic hypoxia (cells cannot use 02) , oxygen-hemoglobin bond increased affinity, sleep apnea or lactic acid excess.
Body composition and follow up
The estimated body composition is made according to the measurement of the body resistance in tetra polar mode and frequency of 50 KHz. The estimated values are calculated from the peer reviews. Please note that these ranges are average values taken from a treatment of the NHANES-III survey data. They are not to be interpreted as being ‘ideals’ and may not necessarily reflect values that are generally considered ‘healthy’.
What do the Results Mean?
FAT Mass: Fat is the energy storage of the body. Everybody needs fat in their bodies, but it is important not to have too much.
Fat Free Mass (FFM) : This value is, literally, what would be left after all fat was removed from the body. Many people also Refer to FFM as Lean Body Mass (LBM).
Total Body Water (TBW): Literally, the total amount of water in the body. Since fat is essentially 0% water, TBW is entirely contained within FFM.
Intra-Cellular Water (ICW) : This is the portion of Total Body Water that is located within the body’s cells.
Extra-Cellular Water (ECW): This is the portion of Total Body Water that is located outside of the body’s cells. Examples of where ECW is found include, but are not limited to blood plasma, spinal fluid, joint fluids, and edema.
Target Weight: If you and your patient know how much he/she should weigh, this value can be manually entered. Otherwise, it is calculated using a set of standardized formulas.
Body Mass Index (BMI): A person’s BMI is equal to their weight in kilograms divided by their height in meters, squared. BMI is commonly used as an indicator of whether someone is overweight.
It is important to note, however, that somebody who is ‘overweight’ may not necessarily be ‘over-fat’. A 5’10”, 300 pound couch potato and a 5’10”, 300 pound bodybuilder will have exactly the same BMI.
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): Basal Metabolic Rate is the number of calories that a person will use per day, by virtue of simply being alive (i.e., lying still and breathing).
The homeostasis score provides a fast overview of a patient’s homeostasis processes and responses with the key regulatory mechanisms, to understand the patient’s potential adaptation to lifestyle, disorders, diseases or current treatment. or any factors (temperature, stress…)
• Depend first of all from Genetic
• Could be affected by lifestyle/diseases/ treatment
• Decreased with age.
The healthy subject is not identified as such simply because he does not have any disease, but because his homeostasis score is acceptable and therefore his body can adapt and remain healthy when challenged. The homeostasis score cannot be used as diagnosis.
Maximum Score = 30
Very Good = 27-30
Good = 24- 27
Normal = 20-24
Warning = 17-20
Low = 10-17
Poor < 10
Suggested diet and micro nutrition advices 1
The advices in nutrition and micro nutrition could be revised in the next follow up examination. The advices do not take care about the clinical context, current treatment and specific lifestyle such as vegetarian, athletes. The advices are issue from Recommended Dietary Allowances, 10th Edition. National Academy Press 1989-1999. ISBN: 0-309-04633-5 and the cross analysis of the ES Teck results and in particular the body composition and hemodynamic indicators.
Pumpkin, sesame, sunflower seeds, Sprouted seeds, Egg Plant, String beans, Celery root, Leeks, Fennel, Dandelion, Ginseng, All the green vegetables you want, Carrots, Cabbage, Pumpkin, Zucchini, Endives, Salsify, Cooked green vegetables, Steamed potatoes
Chicory, Green tea
Almonds, Brazil nuts
2 fruits per day max, Fresh fruit, Cherry stalks in solution, Melon, Pear, Watermelon, Lemon, Peaches, Blackcurrant
Parsley, Sesame, Basil, Tarragon, Garlic, Oregano, Chervil
Cider vinegar, Cinnamon, Curry, Ginger, Lemon
Cod liver oil, Plant oils, Evening primrose oils
NOT RECOMMENDED FOODS
Asparagus, Avocado, Artichokes, Lentils , Peas, Red beans, Brussels sprouts, Dried vegetables, Tomatoes, Onions, Avocados, Chestnuts, Bell peppers, Cucumber, Dried beans, Black radish, Maize, Feculent, Celery, Potato
Egg-white, Game, Cold cuts, Liver, Kidneys, Offal, Brain, Smoked meats smoked fish and smoked poultry, Raw fish, Fat meet and animal fats., Lard, Sausages, Bacon, Goose, Strong cheese, Smoked meat, Seafood, Animal fats, Fresh cream, Mortadello, Strasbourg sausages
Eat very little meat (once a week is enough) ,replace with fish, oily if possible
Mozzarella, Margarine, Fresh cream, Cheese
White flours and derivatives, White bread, French toasts, Pastries, Semolina, White sugar, Pasta, Chocolate, White rice, Ice-cream, Honey, Jam, Cocoa, Jam tart, Bread, Oats, Whole meal bread, Sodium glutamate (often used in Chinese cooking), Confectionary
Corn-flakes, Pop corn
Hard fats, Refined oils, Fatty stock, Margarines, Fried food, Mayonnaise
Black tea, Strong alcohol, Commercial vinegar, Alcohol, Sweetened Cola Drinks, All sweet drinks, White wine
Peanuts, Cashew nuts, Pecan nuts, Walnuts, Pistachios, Hazel nuts, Pine nuts, Peanut oil
Bananas, Pineapple, Dates , Fruit in syrup, Candied fruit, Dried fruit, Fruit jelly, Coconut, Orange
Reduce containing gluten foods (for one month):
Wheat, barley, rye, oats, kamut, wild wheat, pastries, sweet bread products and cakes of all kinds, bars, confectionery, breakfast cereals and mueslis, pizzas, quiches, any unverified commercial product and containing: malt (barley), maltodextrine and starch except if specified rice.
· Steaming is to be preferred to all other methods.
· For cooking food: olive, peanut or palm oil, without ever allowing it to smoke.
· For improved digestion, advice for cooking : carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach then add olive or colza oil after cooking.
· To prepare fish, marinate in lemon juice, wine or oil, then steam or poach in stock
· Do not burn or carbonize meat and throw away the gravy.
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Ceylon cinnamon – essential oil ,Girofle – essential oil ,Lavender – essential oil ,Peppermint – essential oil
Suggested Diet Advices 2
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Indicators Follow Up
The Follow ups of the mains indicators allow to the physician to check their evolution or to monitor the treatment or the lifestyle changes.