What is ES TECK?
E.I.S. Electro Interstitial Scan receives an upgrade! The new software is now called ES TECK.
The ES TECK bioimpedance device is the ULTIMATE preventative health care tool that can help evaluate and monitor your nutritional supplementation, medications, or therapies quickly and accurately. This internationally approved and accredited, non-invasive medical device conducts a comprehensive analysis of a patient’s physiology in just five to seven minutes, with remarkable accuracy.
How does the ES TECK scan work?
This advanced technology is a Health Canada registered class III Medical Device.
In addition to the original E.I.S. sensors, the new upgraded system uses a finger oximeter that enables measurements of heart rate, peripheral tissue oxygenation, arterial stiffness, hemodynamic indicators, and autonomic nervous system levels of activity. A report is then generated showing areas where there may be over or under functioning systems of the body.
The device is similar to an electroencephalogram (EEG) or electrocardiogram (ECG). It is a combination of non-invasive bioimpedance sensors that send a slight electrical impulse through the interstitial fluid of the body and measures the ease or difficulty with which the current travels. With the ES Teck PEMS a patient can see their state of health through 3D coloured body models and easy to read charts.
It is currently the one of the world’s most comprehensive medical testing equipment for testing body, tissue & cell function; i.e. too much, too little, normal, optimal. It suggests inflammation, chronic or acute conditions in the body as well as dehydration/hydration of cellular tissues.
It describes circulation and micro-circulation patterns, as well possible imbalance in the interstitial space (i.e. the cell environment, fluids and space between the cells where the cells take up water and nutrients and expel waste.
It is currently the only way of testing/measuring the intracellular environment and activity.
It is the only non-invasive test that provides assessment of Nitric Oxide, ADHD and ATP function in the body. Intracellular measurements are accomplished by direct means of bio-impedance, computer analysis and modeling based on proven scientific theory and is repeatable. This is the basis of good science and medicine.
What will the ES TECK show me?
- Bilateral Blood Pressure Readings
- Heart Rate
- Oxygen content of blood (Oximeter Reading)
- Heart Rate Variability – a highly esteemed Russian developed medical testing tool for measuring human health and heart system indexes such as adaptability vs. durability (how much gas is in the tank)
In more technical terms – it tells us what the brain is doing between heart beats, as well as recognizing heart irregularities. i.e. is the brain and CNS system stressing the body organs (mental and emotional/physical/social stressors) or are the body organs stressing the brain and nervous system (organ mineral deficiency or toxicity)
- 3 NEW health ratings or scores are added to the already more than 70 physiological functions measured by the original EIS body scan
- The Health Scores include
The Cardiovascular Score – determined by 7 separate yet interdependent factors
The Homeostasis Score (optimal cell function) – determined by 6 separate yet interdependent factors
The Lifestyle Score (body composition and levels of activity) – determined by 6 more separate yet interdependent factors
Recommendation reports generated with each scan.
- Diet and Nutrition (+good for you / – bad for you)
- Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs
- Homeopathic Remedies
- Acupuncture (ear plus 4 other techniques)
- Helps to determine and recommend the necessity of further medical testing
How is the information useful to me?
The information gathered from ES TECK provides patients, and their health practitioners, with invaluable information; to measure, and monitor various characteristics of the body’s physiology.
Case Study: 83 year old man in good health.
Slides below are the report of findings from one of his screenings.
Notes and screen shots provided by John Kirchknopf – www.akinom.ca