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Structure and Application of the new Rayonex Analysis and Harmonising System (RAH) Rayocomp PS 10: from program version 02.36 Rayocomp PS 1000 polar: from program version 93

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Table of contents 1

Foreword to the offprint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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The basic ideas behind the RAH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8

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The design of the RAH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

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The structure of the RAH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12

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Use of the RAH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16

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Application in the Rayocomp PS 10 and PS 1000 polar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19

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Integration of new programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21

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Appendix I: Currently available programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-61

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Appendix II: Organ-specific meridian and pathogen tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-68

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Appendix III: Information on bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69-99

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Appendix IV: Use of bioresonance for detoxification purposes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-111

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Appendix V: The new analysis support by means of test protocols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112-170

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Foreword to the offprint

The mission of the Vereinigung zur Förderung der Schwin-

In the form of this offprint, we would like to present the

gungsmedizin e.V. (VFS - Association for the Promotion of

basic ideas behind this method, to explain the design and,

Vibrational Medicine) is firmly anchored in its name: for

ultimately, to give tips for the use of both the Rayocomp PS

over 10 years, the VFS has been pursuing the objective

10 and the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.

of helping as many people as possible to appreciate the

 

benefits of vibrational medicine and, in particular, bioreso-

A note for non-members of the VFS: there is a registration

nance according to Paul Schmidt.

form on the last page. You can use this to join the Association

 

for the Promotion of Vibrational Medicine. As a member,

Although classic, orthodox medicine has neither accepted

you will receive two or three times a year the association’s

nor recognised the effect of bio-energetic vibrations, an

journal, IMPULS, which always keeps you up to date with

increasing number of therapists at both national and inter-

the latest happenings in the world of vibrational medicine.

national level successfully use this method every year: over

Furthermore, you can participate in the annual congress of

5,500 therapists in Germany alone.

the Association for the Promotion of Vibrational Medicine.

 

We would be delighted if you were to take us up on our

The VFS has already published its history in several offprints.

offer and to support us in the form of your membership.

We are of the opinion that it is particularly important, since

Thanks in advance!

the new Rayonex analysis and harmonisation system –

 

abbreviated to RAH – combines a great deal of benefits and the architecture of the method is designed such that it can

The editorial office of the Association for the Promotion

win over the majority of people.

of Vibrational Medicine

 

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The basic ideas behind the RAH

One of the very special advantages of bioresonance accor-

surgery close to Fukuoka with which he can stimulate the

ding to Paul Schmidt and vibrational medicine is its multi-

targeted production of adenosine triphosphate – ATP – in

tude of uses. Here is a list of them:

the cell structures of various organs. Any work carried out

• recognition of causal influences

in the cells – irrespective of whether this work is of a che-

• allergy testing and allergy harmonisation

mical, osmotic or mechanical nature - requires energy. ATP

• acupuncture vibrational medicine

provides this energy. It is fair to say that ATP is used as the

• organ-specific analysis and harmonisation

basic source of energy for all the energy-consuming pro-

• consideration of the psyche

cesses of living things. It was Dr med. Yayama’s idea to find

• recognition of pathogen-caused illnesses

frequency patterns for the individual organs with which, via

• testing of the individual physical energetics

the bioresonance devices (RPS 1000 polar and RPS 10) the

• the integration of bodily secretions such as blood, urine,

production of ATP is selectively stimulated. According to his

saliva and stool

– easily comprehensible – experience, it doesn’t make much

• qualification of water or environmental influences

sense to treat living things if they don’t have the energy to

• development of energy-optimised preparations

get the regulation going.

• test of preparations and medicines

 

• use on animals and plants

A basic requirement of the RAH can be derived from this example – namely the integration of many experts who

It is easy to comprehend the resulting range of applications

make available their best programs for general use. It is

and the automatically growing number of therapists who,

often said that very successful therapists are not prepared

over time and with a great deal of experience, have become

to universally share their knowledge. The RAH is evidence

experts in a particular field. Furthermore, a frequently

that the opposite can also be true!

observed phenomenon is that, thanks to successes in very

 

specific illnesses, therapists have often become experts

The example also shows, however, that future expert systems

in these very specific fields of application in vibrational

– such as the RAH – always depend on the integration of

medicine.

many therapists. Frequently, the created programs are the

 

life’s work of the therapist in question. Due to the time limit

Today, for instance, we have experts whose entire surgeries

alone, it isn’t possible for one single individual to manage

are designed to meet the requirements of the treatment

something of this magnitude on his or her own. The RAH is

of pathogen-caused illnesses, and experts in the fields of

an open system which, following a relevant examination,

detoxification, the energy balance, emotional disbalances,

also provides new therapists and their programs with a

etc. In the past, these experts have created therapy pro-

platform for general use. This open approach is expressly

grammes on the individual topics which have been applied

supported by the Association for the Promotion of

successfully for years: some of them thousands of times

Vibrational Medicine, since one of our objectives is to bring

over. One of the claims of the RAH is therefore to bring

together the experiences of successful therapists.

together the best programmes of experienced therapists.   Here is an example: Dr med. Yayama, Japanese specialist in the use of vibrational medicine, created programs for his

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It offers further advantages: • The provision of expert programs is an inestimable

their programs available to the RAH in an astonishingly

advantage, especially for the inexperienced new-comer

short time. There are currently over 1249 expert programs

to the world of vibrational medicine. This means that the

for analysis and harmonisation available. The integration

therapist does not have to work out the information from

of many experts means that development is expected to

scratch – instead, the therapist can take advantage of

be very dynamic.

programs which have been tried and tested thousands

 

of times over. This means that therapists new to the

• A further, inestimable advantage of an open system is the

world of vibrational medicine are able to successfully use

wide application range. Each and every therapist places

vibrational medicine much earlier than used to be the

individual demands on an analysis and harmonisation

case.

system. However, if numerous therapists contribute their

 

approaches to an expert system, the user can pursue just

• It is the nature of an open system that it keeps on grow-

as many therapeutic approaches. This will fill an incre-

ing. The Association for the Promotion of Vibrational Me-

asing number of people with the enthusiasm to use the

dicine has positively noted that many experts have made

RAH, and vibrational medicine on the whole.

But who decides which programmes are included in the system? A panel of experts, comprising the therapists, the Associa-

Prerequisite: the programs must have successfully proven

tion for the Promotion of Vibrational Medicine, representa-

their practical value over an extended period, and relevant

tives from Germany and abroad, development engineers, the

progress reports must be available. Following relevant tests,

therapy centre and the School of Non-medical Practitioners

the panel of experts will then decide on the integration of

was formed in the Sauerland Pyramids. Its objective is to

new programs.

take into consideration as many different interests as possible, at the same time forming a decision-making committee which assesses and integrates new suggestions.  

The panel of experts of the new RAH at the first meeting in the Sauerland Pyramids.

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It was of special importance to the VFS to create the

as possible. Please see Chapter 7 to this special publication

guidelines for the integration of new programs as quickly

for the guidelines.

The arrangement of frequencies in the RAH It is time to delve a bit further into the RAH itself. So-called

it always refers to the compilations of various frequencies

programs for analysis and harmonisation purposes are used

which, seen as a whole, best reflect the nature of the relevant

in the RAH. These are compilations of frequencies which

structure. If, for example, program 42.20 (nasal sinuses) is

are not applied in succession: instead, they are applied as

set, this always refers to the frequency spectrum which

a whole, as frequency patterns. Here is an example: if you

describes the structure. Please don’t mix these up! 42.20 is

examine a precious stone using bioresonance according to

not the individual frequency – it is the indenture number of

Paul Schmidt for its typical frequencies, you can find 18

the program which covers the frequency spectrums.

various frequencies, for instance. By using bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt, you could use one after the other,

If, for example program 42.20 is used for the analysis, one

including for harmonisation purposes. RAH takes a different

frequency spectrum is always tested. This enables a clearer

approach. It applies the 18 frequencies of the precious

description of the structure than the former description.

stones in one frequency pattern. This allows you to come

Double occupancy of individual frequencies is now a thing

much closer to the nature of the stone as a whole. Hence,

of the past.

when programs are mentioned in conjunction with RAH,

Reduction of the harmonisation time Experience shows that the body has a great deal of work to

man frequency range. Experience shows that the length of

perform when wide frequency spectrums are offered during

the harmonisation process can be reduced to almost a third

the harmonisation. In order to achieve treatment times

if the transfer values are amended during harmonisation.

which are as short as possible in the surgery, however, a

This is comparable with an acoustic signal that, after a long

new transfer system for the frequency spectrums has been

time, you no longer hear or, if you do, then you perceive it as

developed for the RAH.

considerably weaker. If, however, you permanently amend

 

the pitch, new attention signals for the organism keep on

In the RAH, frequency structures are transferred by means

being produced. The following diagram makes this clear:

of so-called transfer values which correspond to the Schu-

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Reduction of the harmonisation time by attention signals

On the left-hand axis, you can see the therapeutic intensity.

A further yet only indirect wish of many therapists has been

On the bottom axis, you can see the harmonisation time.

realised with the new system It is now possible to visualise

If you now transfer a frequency pattern with unchanged

the results of the analysis in the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.

transfer values to the organism, the therapeutic intensity

The interferences discovered can be visually shown to the

is reduced over time. Hence, longer harmonisation times

patient and corresponding print-outs can be made.

are required. In RAH, on the other hand, the transfer values

 

are permanently changed, maintaining the high therapeutic

Let’s discuss the design of the RAH now.

intensity of the frequency spectrums. The result: a considerable reduction of the harmonisation time Some wide frequency spectrums can be harmonised in just a few minutes.  

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The design of the RAH

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The new system has a clear medical structure, both with

the energy balance, for initial control, for polarity and the

regard to the analysis and the harmonisation.

chakras. Programs for the meridian courses are also part of

 

this category.

The design and the structure go back to Rayonex’s own

 

training programme by the School of Non-medical Practiti-

The field of energetics is part of the extensive field of causes.

oners. There, the teaching material has been completely re-

Programs pertaining to e-smog, geopathics, the acid-base

vised. At Rayonex, training to become a non-medical prac-

balance, vital substances, harmful substances, bacteria, vi-

titioner includes the additional training of bioresonance

ruses, parasites and fungi are located here.

according to Paul Schmidt.

  You then find programs pertaining to the physiology (frequency patterns of healthy structures) and to pathology (frequency patterns of sick structures). This is depicted alternately. Even program numbers, such as 30.00, describe physiological structures. The following odd program numbers (31.00) describe the pathological structures.   There then follow the 70s programs which depict the causeorientated system programs. Although the following pages

The training material of the non-medical practitioner training

will go into this in more detail, let’s say this for now: all

in the Sauerland Pyramids served as the model for the RAH.

programs commencing with the number 70 are so-called

The design of the RAH also includes the cause-orientated approach as well as, in particular, energetics.   The next page contains a diagram which explains the basic design.   If you look at the design as a whole, right at the front you’ll find the program for the preparation of the analysis (further information to follow in this offprint). This is followed by programs for energetics, in particular for vitalising, for

system programs. For the pertinent selected field, these contain the relevant physiological structures, the involved meridians, the potential pathogens and relevant immunestabilising frequency structures.   The structure is rounded off by programs for pain, the psyche, for stress management, and programs for the teeth / milk teeth and by special programs for the analysis of Bach flower extracts, Schüssler’s tissue salts and frequency structures on the periodic system of the elements (PSE).

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The structure of the RAH

Analysis preparation Energetics

Causes

Physiology and pathology

00.00 ff. Vitalisation, energy, polarity, pre-control, chakras

01.00 ff.

Meridian courses

02.00 ff.

Electrosmog

04.00 ff.

Geopathy

05.00 ff.

Acid-base balance

06.00 ff.

Vital substances

07.00 ff.

Harmful substances

08.00 ff.

Bacteria I / II

20.05 ff. / 21.05 ff.

Viruses I / II

22.05 ff. / 23.05 ff.

Parasites I / II

24.05 ff. / 25.05 ff.

Fungi I / II

26.05 ff. / 27.05 ff.

Cell and tissue

30.00 ff. / 31.00 ff.

Blood

32.00 ff. / 33.00 ff.

Immune system

34.00 ff. / 35.00 ff.

Lymphatic system

36.00 ff. / 37.00 ff.

Cardiovascular system

38.00 ff. / 39.00 ff.

Heart

40.00 ff. / 41.00 ff.

Respiratory tracts

42.00 ff. / 43.00 ff.

Kidneys / urinary organs

44.00 ff. / 45.00 ff.

Digestive system

46.00 ff. / 47.00 ff.

Liver, gall-bladder, pancreas

48.00 ff. / 49.00 ff.

Metabolism

50.00 ff. / 51.00 ff.

Locomotor system

52.00 ff. / 53.00 ff.

Nervous system

54.00 ff. / 55.00 ff.

Visual organ

56.00 ff. / 57.00 ff.

Hearing organ / vestibular organ

58.00 ff. / 59.00 ff.

Skin / hair

62.00 ff. / 63.00 ff.

Hormone system

64.00 ff. / 65.00 ff.

Female sex organs

66.00 ff. / 67.00 ff.

Male sex organs

68.00 ff. / 69.00 ff.

Cause-orientated system therapy

70.10 bis 70.46

Pain

71.00 ff.

Psyche

72.00 ff.

Stress

75.00 ff.

Teeth / milk teeth

76.00 ff. / 77.00 ff.

Bach flower extracts

81.00 bis 81.38

Sch端ssler tissue salts

82.00 bis 82.27

Periodic table of the elements

85.00 bis 86.04

Own programs

95.00 ff.

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Let’s now take a closer look at one individual program structure, e.g. that of electrosmog. Here is the excerpt from the program structure:

04.00 Electrosmog, total 04.10 Electric and magnetic alternating fields 04.20 Pulse-modulated radiation, total 04.21 Mobile communications 04.22 UMTS

This means that this program number contains all following programs. If there is a problem here, you can very soon find out via the individual programs (04.21 to 04.27) whether the problem has been caused by a DECT telephone (cordless phone) via program number 04.23.

04.23 DECT (cordless telephone) 04.24 WLAN 04.25 Bluetooth 04.26 Satellite transmission

However, the structure also enables direct testing of program number 04.23 if there is an indication that this is necessary.

04.27 Wi Max 04.30 Radiation, protection  Example: the program structure for e-smog

By means of the design presented, testing from approximate to fine is supported, the objective always being to reduce the necessary tests. The presented structure enables the

The program number for e-smog is 04.00. The description

therapist to decide the depth at which he or she tests.

is “electrosmog, total”. The information “total” means that

 

all following frequency structures are contained within the

This type of program structure is reflected in all fields. Hence

04.00. Hence, the frequency structures of 04.10, of 04.20

program number 56.00 describes the entire physiology of

and the sub-programs 04.21 to 04.27 as well as 04.30. This

the eyes, the sub-groups, the corresponding differentiated

design brings with it great advantages. When the program

fields of the eye (chambers of the eye, skins, musculature,

number 04.00 is tested and does not need to be harmonised,

nerves, etc.)

we can do without all further tests of the sub-programs. If,

 

for instance, a stress on 04.00 can be tested via 04.10 to

Please see Appendix I of this offprint for a precise depiction

see whether the problem is caused by electric or magnetic

of all currently available programs and their sub-programs.

alternating fields, or even via 04.20 to see if the e-smog

There are also some depicted in grey. These are currently in

problem has been caused by pulse-modulated radiation.

the development phase, and will be available in the next

Program number 04.20 also has the number suffix: “total”.

versions of the RAH.

How was the design in the bioresonance devices Rayocomp PS 10 and the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar realised? The objective was the integration of the new RAH in both

It is very easy to see from the exterior of the Rayocomps

the Rayocomp PS 10 and the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.

whether the new hardware has already been integrated -

 

the word “Evolution” is visible on the side of the Rayocomp.

Change-over of the hardware is necessary for operating the RAH in the Rayocomp devices. To this end, the devices

If you can read the word “Evolution” on the side of the

need to spend a few days in the Rayonex factory. Devices

Rayocomps, this means that the hardware necessary for

delivered after 01.07.2009 already have the new hardware

operating the RAH has already been integrated.

integrated into them, which means that only the module

 

needs to be activated in order for it to work.  

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The RAH with all analysis and harmonisation programs is available in the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.   The RAH is supported with three modules in the Rayocomp PS 10. The more economical module 8 only includes higher programs and their frequency structures, whereas the module 9 makes available all available programs and their frequency spectrums. The new module M10 also makes available extensive analysis options and test protocols: see Appendix V. Appendix I contains a list of all programs and a list of which programs belong to which module.

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Use of the RAH

With the following, we would like to display a central

Analysis within the RAH commences with the preparation

theme, based on which the RAH can be used.

for the analysis. This ensures that the patient doesn’t show any resonance to the transfer values of the RAH. Should a

Please note: by means of the descriptions of the use of

linear motion be observed on the Rayotensor during testing

the RAH, we are by no means claiming that the method

of the program 00.00 (analysis preparation), this program is

described here is the only or the only correct one. Naturally,

to be harmonised until a rotation is observed on the Rayo-

the individual programs of the RAH can be combined in

tensor. Only then should the actual test commence. Analysis

radiesthetic precision work. However, this is only one pos-

preparation is therefore a precondition for accurate tests.

sible use which is not viable for all therapists. A doctor, for

Otherwise, it would be possible for all other tests to indi-

instance, will not have the time to perform an extensive

cate resonances: however, these wouldn’t come from the

range of tests in his surgery. Similarly, therapists will use

program, but rather from the transfer frequencies required

the RAH in completely different ways, depending on the

for the transfer of the programs.

main focus of their treatment. And that is ideal, since one of the objectives of the RAH is a wide application range.

The actual analysis in the RAH commences with the test on the energetic programs. Patients are frequently not able

The RAH distinguishes between the analysis in which in-

to undergo therapy, since the organism cannot convert

terferences can be determined, and harmonisation, whose

the regulations set in motion by the harmonisation. It is

function is to selectively stimulate self-regulation mecha-

not without good reason that program number 01.00

nisms.

Vitalisation, total is right at the top of the RAH. It is here

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that the current energetic status can be clarified. If testing

vitalisation program was done mainly by Wilhelm Hömberg,

shows a strong blockade, it makes sense to first of all

member of the board of the Association for the Promotion

intensively boost the body’s energetics and to wait with

of Vibrational Medicine.

the actual treatment. Incidentally, the elaboration of the When is a stress to be categorised as strong? If you set, for example, program 01.00 Vitalisation, total,

point 02.00 Acupuncture meridians, total. If this also indi-

the accompanying frequency spectrum is transferred to the

cates a strong interference, then it is possible to find out

body. First of all, by means of the Rayotensor set at polari-

which meridian is strongly disturbed.

sator setting N, you test to see whether there is a rotation

 

(= harmonisation not necessary) or a linear motion (= har-

For such patients, harmonisation only with program 01.00

monisation necessary). If a linear motion is displaced, you

Vitalisation, total, 02.00 Acupuncture meridians, total and

can set the Polarisator to the bipolar function by means of

program 31.10 ATP production, total, is recommended in

the button on the Rayotensor. The frequency spectrum has

order to ensure that the organism is once more in the posi-

a greater intensity to the body in this mode. If the line-

tion to react to a follow-up therapy. This case occurs more

ar motion remains, a strong interference is present and we

frequently than you’d think! There are therapists who are of

know that special attention needs to be paid to the tested

the opinion that the sole activation of the body’s energetics

program. This course of action is applicable to each of the

suffices, since then the organism alone begins to regulate.

other programs. This means that, by means of the polarisa-

Back to the three programs: they should be harmonised for

tor, it is possible to determine whether interference is weak

10 minutes each, resulting in a total harmonisation time of

or strong and, hence, requires closer observation.

30 minutes.

 

 

Let’s return to program 01.00 Vitalisation, total. If a strong

Irrespective of which therapeutic approach is favoured, the

interference is present, it is advisable to also test program

RAH offers the right programs for many therapy approaches.

The cause-orientated therapy approach is the most sustainable The energetics testing is followed by the extensive field

on a bedside cabinet, emitting over 600nT of magnetic

of causal influences. With this, the RAH follows on the

alternating field to the patient the whole night. For this

philosophy of Paul Schmidt, who coined the following

reason, take the cause-orientated program part during the

phrase back in around 1980: the cause-orientated therapy

test very seriously. In this case too, via testing on the bipolar

approach is the most sustainable

polarisator setting, you can detect a strong interference and

 

selectively attempt to block this. Irrespective of whether the

With the accompanying program main groups of 04

stress is caused by electrosmog, geopathy, the acid-base

(electrosmog) to 27 (fungi), the approach according to Paul

balance, a lack of vital substances, harmful substances or

Schmidt is supported. Basic stresses in the organism can

caused by pathogens. There are many programs available

be detected via these programs. Here is an example: there

which support the cause-orientated therapy approach.

is no point wanting to treat headaches, migraines or sleep

Naturally, the cause-orientated programs serve the main

disorders if no test has been carried out to see whether the

purpose of analysis, since it makes no sense to harmonise

patient suffers from the effects of electrosmog. There have

geopathy, for instance, without rectifying the cause.

been numerous cases whereby the actual reason behind

Such treatment wouldn’t be sustainable. However, after

this type of illness has been a radio alarm clock placed

eliminating the interferences, it would be a good idea to

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harmonise the organism precisely in line with the frequency

Please note: bioresonance frequently shows up pathogens

spectrums on which it had been disturbed for a long time.

which can no longer be proven in the organism by orthodox medicine. Frequently this is a matter of existing energetic

Let’s now come to the pathogen programs. The RAH has

interferences due to a past incidence of pathogens.

a multitude of programs of bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. Always testing every pathogen on every patient

Let’s now proceed to the programs concerned with

would be hard to realise in practice. Since there is prac-

physiology and pathology. It was pointed out at the start

tically no patient without some pathogenic bacteria, a vi-

that the programs pertaining to physiology describe

rus, a parasite or a fungus, foundation work by the therapy

frequency patterns of healthy structures and that the

centre in Melbeck carried out by Ms HP Schußmann and Dr

programs pertaining to pathology describe frequency

med. Schußmann on a total of 26,000 patients determined

patterns of ill structures. The numbers of the programs have

in which organ / in which organ zones which pathogens

been designed alternately. Even program numbers, such

are present. The results of this work were integrated in the

as 30.00, describe physiological structures. The following

RAH. Ask a therapist today which pathogen usually occurs

odd program numbers (31.00) describe the pathological

in which organs, practically all therapists would have to ad-

structures.

mit that they don’t have adequate knowledge to answer this question. This topic is of extreme importance for this. In this

A very special program number is cell and tissue which, in

respect, it is to be seen as positive that the RAH in this area

addition to the physiology, contain all detoxification pro-

offers particular support.

grams which have arisen from the groundwork done by HP Gerhard G. Rögele. The entire, aforementioned ATP programs

Later on in this offprint, a precise description is given of

by Dr med. Yayama are also covered by this. Naturally, the

which pathogens occur in which organs. Frequently, the

programs by Dr med. Ulrich – tried and tested thousands of

testing of many hundreds of pathogens can be reduced to

times – are also reflected in the corresponding parts of the

just a few. The testing of all pathogen programs is always

RAH. Ms HP Rögele contributed special programs pertaining

a good idea if required by the symptoms or if, for reasons

to the locomotor system and to female illnesses.

of development, further experiences need to be collected.

Why was such a design selected? Because it provides the structure necessary for the applica-

In the event of pain in the hearing organ, you can start

tion. With it, it is possible on the one hand to test all areas

with program group 58 straight away, and test to see which

and, thanks to the testing of the main programs, to exclude

physiological structure is affected in the ear. At the start,

certain organ zones, hence performing a quick yet efficient

program 58.00 Hearing organ, total is tested. If, in this case,

basic test.

a linear motion appears on the Rayotensor, then it is evident that an energetic structure in the hearing organ is affected.

Frequently, however, patients come with a very specific pro-

By the way: at this early point, via testing on the bipolar

blem and would like to have a solution to only this problem,

function, it is possible to gain information about whether

such as otitis media (inflammation of the middle ear). To

the stress is strong or weak (this has already been descri-

this end, we would like to describe an example of how to

bed in detail above). If you continue testing, via the sub-

proceed with the RAH in testing and harmonisation.

programs of program 58, it is possible to find out precisely where the main problem is: in this case, it is in the middle

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ear: program 58.30 shows a linear motion on the bipolar

Each and every pathogen now needs testing on the bioreso-

function.

nance devices. Here, too, the same principle applies: if the Rayotensor shows a linear motion, a stress is present in the

Now a test needs to be carried out to discover the types of

organism. If you then wish to precisely localise the tissue

pathogen in the middle ear. As already mentioned, Appendix

area, then you hold a spherical detector connected to the

II of this offprint contains the assignment of the pathogens

bioresonance device, for example, to the ear, and then test

to the individual organ zones.

for a linear motion on the Rayotensor. Tip: if you work with a Rayocomp PS 10, you can copy Ap-

The following pathogens are given for the hearing organ,

pendix II and use it as a template where you can enter the

for instance:

measuring results. If you use a Rayocomp PS 1000 polar, the measuring results can be printed out.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus 20.22 Streptococcus mitis

Recommendation: if there is a stress on N in subsequent

21.88 Rickettsias

harmonisation lasting at least 3 minutes, there is a linear

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

motion on the bipolar function – i.e. a strong stress. In this

22.13 Epstein-Barr viruses (EBV)

case, harmonisation lasting at least 5 minutes needs to be

22.15 Herpes simplex

performed. Ideally, the harmonisation times are determined

22.17 Herpes zoster

radiesthetically.

22.64 Chikungunya 23.81 Viruses N.N.

This provides clear information and the causes of the illness

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

which of course can go even deeper, since there is a rea-

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

son why pathogens managed to position themselves in the

26.12 Aspergillus niger

middle ear, e.g. a disbalanced acid-base balance, malnutri-

26.41 Aflatoxin

tion, the psyche, or further reasons.

How would you design the harmonisation process based on these measuring results? Here is a recommendation: The compilations always commence with vitalisation and 01.00 Vitalisation, total

5 minutes

the relevant meridians, which are contained in Appendix I of

02.16 Small intestine meridian

2 minutes

this offprint. There then follows a program on ATP produc-

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 minutes

tion. Since there is no specific ATP program for the hearing

31.10 ATP production overall

3 minutes

organ, the higher program ATP Production, total is selected.

58.30 Middle ear, total

5 minutes

There then follows the appropriate physiological program part. In the case named above, this is the middle ear. There then follow the programs for the pathogens to be harmoni-

then the detected pathogens:

sed. Due to the endotoxins which can arise by the harmoAt resonance on N:

3 minutes

nisation of the pathogens in the organism, a detoxification

At resonance on +/-:

5 minutes

always follows. In this case too, the universal detoxification program with the number 31.50 is selected. This is all roun-

31.50 Detoxification basic program

5 minutes

01.00 Vitalisation, total

2 minutes

ded off by the vitalisation program.

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In this way, individual program compilations can also be

of these programs will make it possible to analyse the teeth

determined for other organs / regulation areas.

of the upper jaw, of the lower jaw in their entirety, as well as individual teeth.

In addition to the physiology programs, the RAH offers a multitude of frequency patterns which describe the

Let’s turn to the further possible applications of the RAH,

pathological processes in the body. If, for instance, a fracture

and we arrive at the 70s programs which have a very special

is suspected, it is possible to find out if the bone is broken

feature of their own. The development of these programs is

via the program 53.11 and a spherical detector connected

attributed to Ms HP Schußmann and Dr med. Schußmann.

to the bioresonance device. The test can be considerably supported via the pathological frequency patterns in

She wrote about this: “Each cause-orientated system

particular. These programs include the classics, such as

program contains all pathogens detected by use which

open wounds (program number 31.80) and the teaching

have been examined in the past 8 years. They are complete

program by Dr med. Ulrich (program number 75.19) for

programs which contain all pathogens which we have ever

aiding concentration, especially amongst children.

found in the corresponding organ system. The same thing applies to the frequency patterns for the supply of energy, the

Please note that the main numbers of the pathological

transfer frequencies, the physiological frequency patterns

programs are empty. Can you remember? The frequency

of the affected organ systems and the immune system. This

patterns of the entire sub-programs are always summarised

makes it possible to successfully treat the patient without

under the physiological main programs (e.g. 32.00 Blood

making the distinction between pathogens of a bacterial,

physiology). However, this doesn’t make any sense for

viral, parasitical or fungal nature. In this respect, it is not

pathology programs. Hence the program 33.00 Blood

possible to make a mistake if precise tests cannot be carried

pathology, for example, is empty, and not suitable for use.

out. Even doctors not familiar with this examination method

It would have been possible to summarise pathological

can carry out a cause-orientated treatment and have

sub-programs, but that wouldn’t have made any sense from

content, long-term healthy patients”.

a therapeutic point of view. This makes it clear that the 70s programs of the RAH The pathology programs can be used for both analysis and

have been conceived not for testing purposes, but for

for harmonisation purposes. Naturally, there are limits here,

harmonisation purposes only. If these programs are used,

too. A program entitled Morbus Alzheimer can be helpful

harmonisation should last at least 30 minutes.

for analysis purposes and for the general differentiation. It can also superbly support the organism, and stabilisation of

The 70s programs are followed by four further areas assigned

the illness’s progress can be achieved. Despite this, it cannot

specific programs. On the one hand, programs on the psyche

be expected that such degenerative illnesses can be solved

and stress reduction and teeth / milk teeth are found here.

with the application of one single program. A deeper, more specific analysis and harmonisation process is necessary in

In conclusion, the RAH contains special programs with the

this case.

objective of supporting further therapeutic approaches. By means of the special programs, for example, it is possible to

We would like to point out another new program point

test out the right Bach’s flower extracts or the appropriate

within the RAH which has just been integrated in the

Schüssler tissue salts for a patient.

program: teeth. To date, there were no physiological frequency patterns for the individual teeth. The integration

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Application in the Rayocomp PS 10 and PS 1000 polar

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The RAH has been integrated into bioresonance devices to date: one, the mobile Rayocomp PS 10. Two, the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar professional device.

enables, for instance, the saving of the programs tested in the Rayocomp PS 1000 on a RAH “Green Card”, which can then be given to their patient for his or her use at home on the Rayocomp PS 10. Via the RAH “Green Card”, both

Since an increasing number of therapists now uses the mobile Rayocomp PS 10 for treating patients at home, all programs available in the RAH can also be used in the Rayocomp PS 10. For home treatment, the patient rents a Rayocomp PS 10 and the RAH, and receives programs drawn up by the therapists for the duration of the treatment. The advantages: the patients don’t have to go to the surgery. Furthermore, it is possible to relocate treatment, lightening the load on the surgery. The new Rayonex “Green Card” in particular is making the application of treatment at home much easier:

devices work hand in hand, as it were. The “Green Card” further optimally unites bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt and the RAH. Since, in parallel to the use of RAH programs, single frequencies of bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt (e.g. from an individual range value test) are often used, engineers at Rayonex found a way to store on the “Green Card” both individual frequencies (up to 500 various values) and RAH programs. Additionally, a special function has been added to the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar under the main menu item, and to the Rayocomp PS 10 under the main menu. If you insert a RAH “Green Card”

the idea behind the new RAH “Green Card” is as simple as it is brilliant. Whereas, in the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar and in the Rayocomp PS 10, the programs to be harmonised were determined by means of the RAH, these had to be noted or printed out for future use. By means of the new RAH “Green Card”, these program compilations can now be

there, an automatic harmonisation run is launched. First of all the individual frequencies stored on the RAH “Green Card” are harmonised for 30 seconds each and then the RAH programs saved on the same card. This enables patients to use a “Green Card” compiled by therapists at home, at the touch of a button.

saved on a special memory card, the “Green Card”. This now

Rayocomp PS 1000 polar

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Rayocomp PS 10 The RAH is now supported with three modules in the Rayo-

the test at the touch of a button. The test results are then

comp PS 10.

ready for harmonisation purposes and for storing on the RAH “Green Card�.

Module 8 only contains higher frequency structures: in the current program version this amounts to 191 various

The level test familiar from the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar is

frequency structures. On the other hand, module 9 has all

also supported in module M 10. If a higher RAH program

available frequency spectrums – currently amounting to

is selected, the subordinate RAH programs can be selected

1249!

and tested via the operating button of the Rayotensor. In order to provide you with an overview of which programs

Module 10 is the highest-quality module in the Rayocomp

can be found in which module, this information has been

PS 10 which, in addition to module 9, not only provides all

added to the list of programs in Appendix I.

programs but also extensive test functions. The very special feature: at the touch of a button, all RAH program

The use of the RAH in the Rayocomp PS 10 is conceivably

numbers necessary for organ areas and specific illnesses

easy. Under the menu item, the programs in the appendix

are prepared for testing.

can be entered via the relevant program number. It can be set for a session of up to 200 various programs with various

These test protocols (see Appendix V for more detailed

time settings. Once the start button has been activated, the

information) create a guide for both the analysis and the

frequency spectrums are generated and output so that they

harmonisation process with the RAH. A further objective of

can be transferred to the organism via appropriate detec-

the test protocols is to clarify as precisely as possible the

tors. The programs in the Rayocomp PS 10 can be used for

energetic deficits. To do this, it is not necessary to type in

both analysis and harmonisation purposes.

the RAH program numbers individually: it is ready to launch

Rayocomp PS 1000 polar The Rayocomp PS 1000 polar is the high-end bioresonance

tected, this can be indicated on the display of the Rayocomp

device by Rayonex GmbH. The new RAH has been realised

PS 1000 polar (see picture). This enables a very graphic ex-

correspondingly comprehensively and easily in the device.

planation of the problems. In addition, the RAH in the Rayo-

There is both an analysis function as well as a harmonisa-

comp PS 1000 polar offers a very special type of analysis. By

tion function. The option for intuitive testing described at

means of the operating button on the Rayotensor, you can

the start has been achieved via clear information on the

quickly access the sub-menus, changing from the overall

display. Naturally, the results can also be printed out.

structures to the detailed structures of the organs. The RAH also makes available a special function which enables the

The visualisation of the analysis integrated in this device

pathogen-specific testing and the equally fast change-over

can be particularly helpful for the patient. If for instance

to the harmonisation function.

a problem in the visual organ (e.g. the conjunctiva) is de-

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Detected interferences can be indicated on the display of the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.

Detected interferences can be indicated on the display of

Naturally, the test protocols on various illnesses mentioned

the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar. The picture displays the visual

at the beginning (see Appendix V) as well as the use of the

organ.

RAH “Green Card� are also available in the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.

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7

Integration of new programs

The new RAH already has over 1,000 various programmes (frequency structures) which can be used for analysis and harmonisation purposes. These programs have been provided by a large number of therapists. Frequently, the created programmes are the life’s work of the therapist in question. Due to the time limit alone, one single individual cannot manage something of this magnitude. The RAH is an open system which, following a relevant examination, provides new therapists and their programs with a platform for general application. It is an inestimable advantage for all users should as many therapists as possible make their programs available, since each and every therapist makes his or her individual demands on an analysis and harmonisation system. It is only if numerous therapists contribute their approaches to an expert system that the user can pursue as many therapeutic approaches. This will fill an increasing number of people with the enthusiasm to use the RAH, and vibrational medicine on the whole. The Rayocomp PS 1000 polar offers the option of compiling separate programs in order to enable selective testing and application. This provides the necessary platform for the development and application of separate, new programs, further enhancing the fact that new programs submitted by new therapists are expressly welcome. But who decides which programs are included in the RAH?   A panel of experts, comprising the therapists, the Association for the Promotion of Vibrational Medicine, representatives from Germany and abroad, development engineers, the therapy centre and the School of Non-medical Practitioners was formed in the Sauerland Pyramiden. Its objective is to take into consideration as many different interests as possible, at the same time forming a decision-making committee which assesses and integrates new suggestions.  

Preconditions for new programs: the programs must have successfully proven their practical value over an extended period, and relevant progress reports must be available. The new program should cover a new area of application. The panel of experts is to evaluate the new programs. For the integration of a new program into the RAH, a Word document with the following content is required: • The therapist’s address • The name of the program • Brief description of the main area of application of the program • How long the program has already been in use • How many patients have already been treated using this program • Frequency basic values of the program (required for programming, will not be published) • A minimum of three progress reports Please see the Appendix for a template. Please send the new program to the Paul-Schmidt Academy, keyword: panel of experts. Please see the template for the address. From there, the new program will be sent to the other therapists on the panel of experts for testing. Should the results be satisfactory for the new program, it will be provided to all users in the next RAH program update.

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Integration of a new program in the RAH The therapist’s address

The name of the program

Brief description of the main area of application of the program

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Please submit further frequency basic values: use a separate sheet! Number of attached progress reports Send to: Paul-Schmidt-Akademie - Panel of experts Sauerland-Pyramiden 1 57368 Lennestadt GERMANY Telefax: +49 2721 6006-66

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Appendix I: Currently available programs. 8

Note: The gray marked programmes are still being developped and will be available in the following versions of RAH. The additional description “T” refers to an available test protocol. PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

01.10 Energy charging

01.20 Equalisation of polarity

01.30 Pre-control

01.40 Chakras, complete

01.41 Vertex Chakra

01.42 Forehead Chakra

01.43 Throat Chakra

01.44 Heart Chakra

01.45 Spleen Chakra

01.46 Navel Chakra

01.47 Root Chakra

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

02.11 Lung channel

02.12 Colon channel

02.13 Stomach channel

02.14 Spleen channel

02.15 Heart channel

02.16 Channel of the small intestines

02.17 Bladder channel

02.18 Kidney channel

02.19 Liver channel

02.20 Channel of the heart and circulation

02.21 Sanjiao channel

02.22 Gall bladder channel

02.23 Channel of the Governor Vessel

02.24 Channel of the Conception Vessel

00.00 Analysis preparation

01.00 Vitalisation, complete

02.00 Channels of acupuncture, complete

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

04.10 Alternating electric and magnetic fields

04.20 Pulse-modulated irradiation, complete

04.21 Mobile phones

04.22 UMTS

04.23 DECT (wireless telephone)

04.24 WLAN

04.25 Bluetooth

04.26 Satellite transmission

04.27 Wi Max

04.30 Radiation, protection

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

05.10 Underground water

05.20 Shiftings

05.30 Global grids

05.31 Hartmann grid line

05.32 Hartmann grid intersection

05.33 Curry grid line

05.34 Curry grid intersection

05.35 Benker grid line

05.36 Benker grid intersection

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

06.10 Connective tissue

06.20 Pancreas

06.30 Liver

06.40 Small intestines

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

07.11 Calcium

07.12 Potassium

07.13 Magnesium

07.14 Sodium

04.00 Electro-magnetic pollution, complete

05.00 Geopathic disorders, complete

06.00 Acid-alkali balance, complete

07.00 Vital substances, complete 07.10 Minerals, complete

07.20 Trace elements 07.21 Iron

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

07.22 Zinc

07.23 Copper

07.24 Manganese

07.25 Molybdenum

07.26 Iodine

07.27 Cobalt

07.28 Chromium

07.29 Selenium

07.31 Vitamin A

07.32 Vitamin D

07.33 Vitamin E

07.34 Vitamin K

07.35 Vitamin K1

07.36 Vitamin K2

07.41 Vitamin C

07.42 Vitamin B1, thiamine

07.43 Vitamin B2, riboflavin

07.44 Vitamin B3, niacin

07.45 Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid

07.46 Vitamin B6, pyridoxine

07.47 Vitamin B7, biotin

07.48 Vitamin B9, folic acid

07.49 Vitamin B12, cobalamin

07.50 Vitamin B17, laetril

07.61 Lactobacillus rhamnosus

07.62 Enterrococcus faecium

07.63 Bifidobacterium lactis

07.64 Bifidobacterium longum

07.65 Lactococcus lactis

07.66 Lactobacillus sporogenes

07.67 Lactobacillus casei

07.68 Lactobacillus plantarum

07.69 Lactobacillus acidophilus

07.70 Bifidobacterium infantis

07.71 Lactobacillus salivarius

07.30 Vitamins, fat-soluble, complete

07.40 Vitamins, water-soluble, complete

07.60 Probiotic bacteria, complete

07.80 Fatty acides, complete 07.81 Monocarbylic acids 24


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

07.82 Saturated fatty acids

07.83 Monounsaturates

07.84 Polyunsaturates

07.85 Essential fatty acids

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

08.10 Heavy metals, complete

08.11 Palladium

08.12 Silver

08.13 Cadmium

08.14 Platinum

08.15 Gold

08.16 Mercury

08.17 Lead

08.51 Fungicides (fungus)

08.52 Herbicides (weeds)

08.53 Insecticides (insects)

08.54 Molluscicides (snails)

08.55 Nematicides (threadworms)

08.56 Rodenticides (rodents)

08.57 Vermicides (parasitic worms)

08.58 Miticides (mites)

08.81 Psorine

08.82 Medorrhine

08.83 Luesine

08.84 Tuberculin

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

20.00 Bacteria, complete

20.05 Bacteria I, complete

20.11 Alpha streptococcus

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

20.13 Eikanella corrodens

20.14 Gaffkya tetragena

20.15 Meningococcus

08.00 Harmful substances, complete

08.50 Pesticides, complete

08.80 Genotoxines

20.10 Coccobacilli, complete

20.16 MRSA multidrug-resistant V

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

20.17 Neisseria gonorrhoea

20.18 Staphylococci

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

20.20 Streptococcus

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

20.26 Veillonella dispar

20.41 Actinobacillus (suis) V

20.42 Actinomyces israelii

20.43 Arcanobacterium pyogenes

20.44 Bacilli

20.45 Bacillus anthracis V

20.46 Bacillus cereus

20.47 Bacteroides fragilis

20.48 Bordetella bronchiseptica

20.49 Bordetella pertussis

20.50 Brucella abortus V

20.51 Brucella melitensis V

20.52 Brucella suis V

20.53 Coxiella burnetii V

20.54 Clostridia

20.55 Clostridium botulinum V

20.56 Clostridium feseri V

20.57 Clostridium perfringens

20.58 Clostridium septicum

20.59 Clostridium tetani V

20.60 Corynebacterium diphteriae

20.61 Corynebacterium xerosis

20.62 Cytophaga rubra

20.63 Erysipelotrix rhusiopathiae V

20.64 Eubacterium suis

20.65 Francisella tularensis V

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

20.67 Haemophilus influenzae

20.68 Haemophilus parasuis V

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

20.40 Rod-shaped bacteria, complete

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

20.70 Lactobacillus acidophilus

20.71 Lawsonia intracellularis

20.72 Legionella

20.73 Listeria monocytogenes V

20.74 Malleomyces mallei V

20.75 Mycobacteria phlei

20.76 Mycobacteria tuberculosis

20.77 Nocardiae V

20.78 Nocordia asteroids

20.79 Pasteurellae V

20.80 Pasteurella multocida V

20.81 Propionobacterium acnes

20.82 Pseudomonas aeruginosa

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

21.12 Erwinia amylovora

21.13 Erwinia carotavora

21.14 Escherichia coli

21.15 Klebsiella pneumoniae

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

21.18 Salmonellae

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

21.21 Salmonella typhi

21.22 Serratia marcescens

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

21.24 Shigella flexneri

21.25 Shigella sonnei

21.26 Yersiniae

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

21.51 Mycoplasma

21.52 Mycoplasma agalactiae V

21.53 Mycoplasma capricolum

21.54 Mycoplasma mycoides V

21.05 Bacteria II, complete 21.10 Enterobacteriaceae, complete

21.50 Mycoplasmae, complete

21.60 Spirochaetae, complete

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

21.61 Borellia

21.62 Brachyspira V

21.63 Leptospira canicola V

21.64 Leptospira grippotyphosa V

21.65 Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae

21.66 Leptospira interrogans

21.67 Leptospira pomona V

21.68 Leptospirae (suis) V

21.69 Treponema pallidum

21.81 Anaplasma marginale

21.82 Chlamydiae

21.83 Chlamydiae (feline) V

21.84 Chlamydia ovis V

21.85 Chlamydia psittaci V

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

21.87 Cowdia rumantium V

21.88 Rickettsiae

21.91 Laryngeal 1 bacteria

21.92 Borellia toxin

21.93 Caries bacterium

21.94 PIA Porcine intestinal adenomatosis V

21.95 Pain-producing bacteria

21.96 Tuberculinum burnetti

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

22.00 Viruses, complete

22.05 Viruses I, complete

22.11 Adenovirus

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

22.14 Hepatitis B virus

22.15 Herpes simplex

22.16 Herpes simplex (feline) V

22.17 Herpes zoster

22.18 Human papilloma virus (HPV)

22.19 Papilloma virus

21.80 Intracellular bacteria (cell parasites), complete

21.90 Other bacteria

22.10 Double-strain DNA viruses, complete

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PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

22.41 Panleucopenia virus V

22.42 Parvoviruses (suis) V

22.43 Porcine circovirus V

22.61 AE virus V

22.62 BVD virus V

22.63 Calciviruses (feline) V

22.64 Chikungunya

22.65 Coronaviruses (feline) V

22.66 Coronaviruses (suis) V

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

22.69 EAV virus

22.70 Duck hepatitis virus V

22.71 Enteroviruses

22.72 FHV viruses (feline herpes virus) V

22.73 FSME

22.74 Hepatits A virus

22.75 Hepatitis C virus

22.76 CSF virus V

22.77 FMD virus V

22.78 Norovirus

22.79 PRRS viruses (suis) V

22.80 Rhinovirus

22.81 SVD virus V

22.82 Tobacco mosaic virus

22.83 Teschen virus V

22.84 VES virus V

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

23.11 Borna virus

23.12 Equine influenza virus V

23.13 Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus V

23.14 Measles virus

23.15 Mumps virus

23.16 Parainfluenza

22.60 Single-strain RNA viruses,  positive-strain RNA genome, complete

23.05 Viruses II, complete 23.10 Negative-strain RNA genome,  unsegmented, complete

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23.31 H1N1

23.32 H5N1

23.33 Influenza virus A and B

23.51 Bluetongue viruses V

23.52 FCo viruses V

23.53 FeL viruses V

23.54 FI viruses V

23.55 Retroviruses

23.56 Rotaviruses

23.57 Rotaviruses (suis) V

23.71 Seborrhoeic warts

23.72 Molluscums contagiosum

23.73 Condolymas

23.74 Flat warts

23.75 Verrucas

23.76 Juvenile warts

23.77 Flat warts

23.78 Common warts

23.79 Warts N.N. warts recurrent

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24.00 Parasites, complete

24.05 Parasites I, complete

24.11 Ancylostoma brasiliense

24.12 Ancylostoma caninum

24.13 Gyrodactylus

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

24.22 Dirofilaria immitis (heart worm)

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

24.24 Haemonchus contortus

24.25 Loa loa

24.26 Macracanthorhynchus

23.17 Porcine influenza virus V 23.30 Negative-strain RNA genome, segmented, complete

23.50 Double-strain RNA viruses, complete

23.70 Wart frequencies, complete

23.80 Other viruses, complete

23.81 Viruses N.N.

24.10 Hookworms, complete

24.20 Eelworms/intestinal roundworms/pinworms compl.

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24.27 Onchocerca volvulus (tumor)

24.28 Enterobius worms

24.29 Passalurus ambiguous (rabbit worm)

24.30 Stephanurus dentalus

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle)

24.33 Trichuris sp.

24.51 Clonorchis sinesi

24.52 Cryptocotyle lingua

24.53 Echinostoma revolutum

24.54 Eurytrema pancreaticum

24.55 Fasciola heptica

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

24.57 Fischoedrius elongatus

24.58 Gastrothylax elongatus

24.59 Hasstile sig. tricolor

24.60 Metagonimus Yokogawai

24.61 Paragonimus Westermani

24.62 Prosthogonimus macro.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

24.64 Schistosoma masoni

24.65 Urocleidus

24.81 Echinococcus granulosus

24.82 Echinococcus multicolaris

24.83 Taenia pisiformis

24.84 Taenia saginata

24.85 Taenia solium

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25.11 Balantidia

25.12 Balantidium coli

25.13 Besnoitia (lung)

25.14 Blepharisma

25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat)

24.40 Capillariae, complete

24.41 Capillaria hepatica (liver) 24.50 Trematodes / leeches, complete

24.80 Tapeworms, complete

25.05 Parasites II, complete 25.10 Protozoa, complete

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25.16 Chilomonas

25.17 Coccidia (suis) V

25.18 Coccidia (canis) V

25.19 Dientamoeba fragilis

25.20 Encephalitozoon cuniculi V

25.21 Endolimax nana

25.22 Endolimax tropica

25.23 Entamoeba coli trophozoi

25.24 Entamoeba gingivalis

25.25 Entamoeba histolytica tro.

25.26 Giardia lamblia (troph.)

25.27 Iodamoeba bütschlii

25.28 Iodamoeba bütschlii tropica

25.29 Leishmania brasiliensis

25.30 Leishmania donovani

25.31 Leishmania mexicana

25.32 Leishmania tropica

25.33 Leucocytozoon

25.34 Myxobolus cerebralis

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

25.36 Plasmodium cynomolgi

25.37 Plasmodium falciparum

25.38 Plasmodium vivax

25.39 Sarcocystis

25.40 Toxoplasma gondii

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

25.42 Trypanosoma brucei

25.43 Trypanosoma cruzi (brain)

25.44 Trypanosoma equip.

25.45 Tryanosoma gambiense

25.46 Trypanosoma lewisi

25.47 Trypanosoma rhodesiens

25.61 Acarus siro

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

25.63 Demodex canis V

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (hair follicle mite)

25.65 Neotrombicula autumnalis (harvest mite) V

25.66 Notoedres cati V

25.67 Ornithonyssus (bird mite)

25.60 Mites / ticks, complete

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25.81 Echinoporyphium recurvatum

25.82 Hypodereum conoideum

25.83 Stigeoclonium

25.84 Troglodytella abrasseri

25.85 Blood parasites

25.86 Pneumocystis carinii

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26.00 Fungi, complete

26.05 Fungi I, complete

26.11 Aspergillus fumigatus

26.12 Aspergillus niger

26.13 Aspergillus ochraceus

26.14 Cladosporium herbarum

26.15 Geotrichum candidum

26.16 Monilia albicans

26.17 Mucor mucedo

26.18 Mucor racemosus

26.19 Penicillinum camemberti

26.20 Penicillinum frequentans

26.21 Penicillinum notatum

26.22 Penicillinum roqueforti

26.23 Pullulania pullulans

26.24 Scopulariopsis brevic.

26.25 Torulpsis glabratis

26.41 Aflatoxin

26.42 Griseofulvin

26.43 Helminthosporium dermatoideum  (Cytochalasin B)

26.44 Sterigmatocaptin

26.45 Zearealenon

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25.68 Sarcoptes scabei (scabies) 25.80 Other parasites, complete

26.10 Mould fungi, complete

26.40 Mould fungus toxines, complete

27.05 Fungi II, complete 27.10 Yeast fungus, complete 27.11 Candida albicans

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27.12 Candida crusei

27.13 Candida dattila

27.14 Candida famata

27.15 Candida glabrata

27.16 Candida guilliermondii

27.17 Candida kefyr

27.18 Candida lusitaniae

27.19 Candida parapsilosis

27.20 Candida stellatoidea

27.21 Candida tropicalis

27.22 Candida viswanthii

27.23 Cryptococcus neoformans

27.24 Malasseziae V

27.25 Malassezia furfur

27.26 Rhodotorula ruba

27.27 Saccaromyces cerevisiae

27.28 Sporothrix schenkii

27.29 Torulpsis glabratis

27.30 Trichosporum capitatum

27.31 Trichosporon cutaneum

27.51 Coccidioides immitis V

27.52 Microsporum canis

27.53 Microsporum gypseum

27.54 Trichophyton cutaneum

27.55 Trichophyton mentagro

27.56 Trichophyton rubrum

27.57 Trichophyton terrestre

27.58 Trichophyton verrucosum (trichophytia)

27.59 Zymonema farciminosus

27.71 Arcyria

27.72 Lycogala

27.73 Stemonitis

27.81 Secale cornutum

27.82 Ergot

27.50 Filamentous fungi / dermatophytes,  dimorphic fungi, complete

27.70 Mycetozoa, complete

27.80 Ascomycota, complete

27.90 Other fungi, complete 27.91 Tryptophanum 34


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30.10 Cell nucleus

30.20 Cell membrane

30.30 Cytoplasm

30.40 Organelles, complete

30.41 Endoplasmatic reticulum

30.42 Mitochondria

30.43 Golgi apparatus

30.44 Ribosomes

30.45 Lysosomes

30.66 Surface epithelium

30.67 Ciliated epithelium

30.68 Glandular epithelium

30.69 Sensory epithelium

30.71 Collagenic tissues

30.72 Elastic tissues

30.73 Fat tissues

30.74 Cartilage tissues

30.75 Bone tissues

30.80 Nerve tissues, complete

30.81 Nerve cells

30.82 Astrocytes

30.83 Oligodendrocytes

30.90 Mucous membranes, complete

30.91 Mucous membranes, head

30.92 Mucous membranes, trunk

30.93 Mucous membranes, genital organs

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31.11 ATP production, lung

31.12 ATP production, colon

31.13 ATP production, stomach

31.14 ATP production, pancreas

31.15 ATP production, heart

31.16 ATP production, small intestines

31.17 ATP production, urinary bladder

30.00 Cells and tissue, physiology, complete

30.65 Epithelial tissues, complete

30.70 Connective tissues, complete

31.00 Cell and tissue, pathology (empty) 31.10 ATP production, complete

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31.18 ATP production, prostate gland

31.19 ATP production, testicles

31.20 ATP production, uterus

31.21 ATP production, uterine cervix

31.22 ATP production, ovaries

31.23 ATP production, kidney

31.24 ATP production, thymus

31.25 ATP production, lymph

31.26 ATP production, adrenal gland

31.27 ATP production, gall bladder

31.28 ATP production, biliary tract

31.29 ATP production, liver

31.30 ATP production, spleen

31.31 ATP production, eyes

31.32 ATP production, parathyroid gland

31.33 ATP production, thyroid gland

31.34 ATP production, cerebelum

31.35 ATP production, cerebrum

31.36 ATP production, mammary gland

31.37 ATP production, bone marrow

31.38 ATP production, skin

31.39 ATP production, vessels

31.40 ATP production, muscles

31.41 ATP production, bones

31.51 Detoxication, blood system

31.52 Detoxication, lymphatic system

31.53 Detoxication, acidosis

31.54 Detoxication, extra-cellular

31.55 Detoxication, intra-cellular

31.56 Detoxication, mucous membrane

31.57 Detoxication, lung

31.58 Detoxication, stomach

31.59 Detoxication pancreas

31.60 Detoxication liver

31.61 Detoxication intestines

31.62 Detoxication kidney

31.63 Detoxication bladder

31.64 Detoxication woman / female-specific

31.65 Detoxication skin

31.50 Detoxication, basic program

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31.66 Detox of endotoxins

31.67 Detox of exotoxins

31.70 Degeneration cell tissue

31.80 Open wounds/wound healing

31.81 Scar interference suppression

31.82 Care after operations

31.83 Dupuytren’s contracture

31.84 Myomata

31.85 Cysts

31.86 Fistulae

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32.05 Stem cells of the bone marrow

32.06 Formation of blood (haematopoiesis)

32.07 Blood plasma

32.10 Erythrocytes

32.21 Lymphocytes

32.22 Monocytes

32.23 Macrophages

32.24 Neutrophil granulocytes

32.25 Eosinophil granolocyte

32.26 Basophil granolocyte

32.27 Phagocytes

32.28 T helper cells

32.29 Regulatory T cells

32.31 Fibrinolysis

32.40 Blood coagulation system

32.41 Coagulation factor I

32.42 Coagulation factor II

32.43 Coagulation factor III

32.44 Coagulation factor IV

32.45 Coagulation factor V

32.46 Coagulation factor VI

32.47 Coagulation factor VII

32.48 Coagulation factor VIII

31.87 Oedemata

32.00 Blood physiology, complete

32.11 Iron storage (ferritin) 32.20 Leukocytes, complete

32.30 Thrombocytes

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32.49 Coagulation factor IX

32.50 Coagulation factor X

32.51 Coagulation factor XI

32.52 Coagulation factor XII

32.53 Coagulation factor XIII

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33.21 Renal anaemia

33.22 Aplastic anaemia

33.23 Anaemia caused by the myelodysplatic  syndrome (MDS)

33.24 Iron-deficiency anaemia

33.25 Vitamin B12 deficiency anaemia

33.26 Vitamin B6 deficiency anaemia

33.27 Folic acid deficiency anaemia

33.28 Vitamin C deficiency anaemia

33.29 Protein deficiency anaemia

33.50 Degeneration bone marrow

33.55 Inflammation bone marrow

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34.10 Interleukins

34.20 Cytokines

34.30 Lymphokines

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35.10 Raising the defence capacity, basic program

35.11 Raising the unspecific defence

35.12 Raising the specific defence

35.13 Phagocytosis

35.20 Allergy, complete

33.00 Blood, pathology (empty) 33.10 Haemorrhagic anaemia 33.20 Anaemia caused by a disorder  of the erythropoesis, complete

33.60 Oxygen supply / utilisation improvement

33.70 Polycythaemia

34.00 Immune system physiology, complete

35.00 Immune system, pathology (empty)

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35.22 Allergy type II

35.23 Allergy type III

35.24 Allergy type IV

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36.10 Lymphatic tracts

36.20 Lymph nodes

36.40 Tonsils

36.50 Thymus gland

36.60 Spleen

36.70 Peyer’s patches

36.80 Appendix

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37.10 Lymph vessel inflammation

37.11 Lymph vessel degeneration

37.12 Lymphadenitis, swelling of a lymph node

37.13 Lymph flow disorder

35.30 Fructose intolerance

36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, complete

PS 10 M8 37.00 Lymphatic system, pathology (empty)

37.14 Tonsillitis, acute

37.15 Lymphatic oedema

37.30 Spleen, strengthening the organ function

37.40 Thymus gland, strengthening the organ function

37.61 Detoxication, rheumatic toxines

37.62 Detoxication, vaccination lesions

37.71 Detoxication, palladium

37.72 Detoxication, cadmium

37.73 Detoxication, mercury

37.74 Detoxication, platinum

37.75 Detoxication, copper

36.76 Detoxication, nickel

37.77 Detoxication, lead

37.50 Appendicitis 37.60 Symptomatic detoxication, complete

37.70 Detoxication, metals

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38.10 Arteries

38.40 Blood pressure receptors of the carotid artery

38.50 Veins

38.80 Capillaries

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39.30 Inflammation of the blood vessels

39.40 Degeneration of the blood vessels

39.50 Blood pressure regulatory disorder

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertonia)

39.65 Renal hypertension

39.70 Low blood pressure (hypotonia)

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40.11 Pericardium

40.12 Epicardium

40.13 Myocardium

40.14 Endocardium

40.21 Right atrium

40.22 Right ventricle

40.23 Left atrium

40.24 Left ventricle

40.31 Tricuspid valve

40.32 Pulmonary valve

40.33 Mitral valve

40.34 Aortic valve

40.41 Sinus node

40.42 Atrioventricular node

40.43 Conduction system

40.44 Atrioventricular bundle of His

38.00 Circulatory system physiology, complete

39.00 Circulatory system, pathology (empty) 39.10 Arterial impairment of the blood supply 39.15 Atherosclerosis 39.20 Venous impairment of the blood supply (varicosis)

40.00 Heart physiology, complete 40.10 Heart layers, complete

40.20 Heart interior, complete

40.30 Cardiac valves, complete

40.40 Conduction system, complete

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40.50 Interventricular septum

40.60 Apex of heart

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41.20 Cardiac insufficiency, left

41.30 Cardiac insufficiency, right

41.40 Angina pectoris

41.50 Psychogenic heart disorder

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42.11 Dorsal tubinate

42.12 Upper nasal meatus

42.13 Central nasal meatus

42.14 Lower nasal meatus

42.15 Nasal mucous membrane

42.16 Olfactory nerve

42.17 Posterior nares

42.20 Paranasal sinuses, complete

42.21 Frontal sinuses

42.22 Sphenoidal sinuses

42.23 Bony ethmoidal cells

42.24 Maxillary sinus

42.30 Throat

42.40 Larynx, complete

42.41 Epiglottis

42.42 Thyroid cartilage

42.43 Cricoid cartilage

42.44 Vocal ligaments

42.50 Windpipe

42.60 Bronchus, complete

42.61 Main bronchus

42.62 Lobar bronchus

42.63 Segmental bronchus

PS 10 M8 41.00 Heart, pathology (empty) 41.10 Strengthening of the myocardium 41.11 Strengthening of the heart capacity

42.00 Respiratory system physiology, complete 42.10 Nose/olfactory organ, complete

42.70 Lung 42.71 Alveoles (air sacks)

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42.81 Pulmonary pleura (pleura visceralis)

42.82 Costal pleura (pleura parietalis)

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43.10 Cough

43.11 Rhinitis, acute (common cold)

43.16 Sinusitis, chronic

43.17 Pharyngitis

43.18 Laryngitis

43.20 Bronchial asthma

43.30 Mucoid degeneration

43.40 Pleuritis sicca/exsudativa

43.50 Pneumonia, bacterial

43.51 Pneumonia, atypical

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44.11 Renal pelvis

44.12 Renal calices

44.13 Renal papilae

44.14 Renal medulla

44.15 Renal cortex

44.16 Renal hilus

44.17 Renal glomerul

44.21 Ureter

44.22 Urinary bladder

44.23 Urethra

44.24 Sphincter

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42.80 Pleura

43.00 Respiratory system, pathology (empty)

43.12 Nasal polyps 43.13 Bronchitis, acute

43.14 Bronchitis, chronic 43.15 Sinusitis, acute

44.00 Kidney/urinary organs, physiology complete

44.10 Kidney, complete

44.20 Urinary organs, complete

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45.10 Glomerulonephritis

45.11 Membranous glomerulonephritis

45.12 Tubulo-interstitial glomerulonephritis

45.15 Nephrosis (protein-losing kidney)

45.16 Glomerulopathy

45.20 Renal artery stenosis

45.25 Nephrolithiasis (kidney stones)

45.30 Pyelonephritis (pyelitis and kidney infection)

45.35 Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder)

45.40 Urethritis (inflammation of the urethra)

45.45 Diabetic nephropathy (diabetic glomerulosclerosis)

45.50 Renal diabetes

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46.11 Oral cavity

46.12 Tongue

46.13 Salivary glands

46.14 Parotid gland

46.15 Submandibular gland

46.16 Sublingual gland

46.20 Oesophagus

46.30 Stomach

46.31 Stomach glands

46.32 Cardia

46.33 Body

46.34 Fundus

46.35 Sphincter pylori

46.38 Peritoneum

46.40 Small intestines, complete

46.41 Duodenum

46.42 Jejunum

46.43 Ileum

46.44 Intestinal villi

46.50 Colon, complete

46.51 Appendix

46.52 Vermicular appendix

46.53 Ascending colon

45.80 Water removal

46.00 Digestive system, physiology complete 46.10 Oral cavity/tongue, complete

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46.54 Transverse colon

46.55 Descending colon

46.56 S-shaped colon

46.59 Intestinal flora

46.60 Straight bowel

46.70 Anus

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PS 10 M8 47.00 Digestive system pathology (empty) 47.10 Oesophagitis 47.20 Gastritis, acute

47.30 Gastritis, chronic

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47.32 Gastritis, B type

47.33 Gastritis, C type

47.45 Duodenal ulcer

47.50 Crohn’s disease

47.60 Ulcerative colitis

47.70 Colon irritable (irritable bowel syndrome)

47.80 Intestinal polyps

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48.11 Right liver lobe

48.12 Left liver lobe

48.13 Small liver lobe

48.14 Hepatocytes (liver cells)

48.15 Liver sinusoids

48.16 Kupffer star cells

48.21 Gall bladder

48.22 Bile ducts

48.31 Head of the pancreas

48.32 Body of the pancreas

48.33 Tail of the pancreas

48.34 Pancreatic tract

48.35 Islet cells

47.40 Gastric ulcer

48.00 Liver – gall – pancreas, physiology complete 48.10 Liver, complete

48.20 Gall, complete

48.30 Pancreas, complete

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49.10 Hepatitis

49.15 Degeneration of the liver

49.30 Bile formation disorder

49.34 Bile flow disorder

49.37 Inflammation of the gall bladder / tract

49.38 Gallstones

49.50 Pancreas, exocrine functional disorder

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50.10 Protein metabolism

50.20 Carbohydrate metabolism

50.30 Fat metabolism

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51.10 Protein metabolism disorder

51.11 Prions

51.20 Carbohydrate metabolism disorder

51.30 Fat metabolism disorder

49.00 Liver – gall – pancreas, pathology (empty)

50.00 Metabolism, physiology complete

51.00 Metabolism, pathology (empty)

51.40 Diabetes mellitus

51.50 Gout

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52.06 Myelocytes

52.07 Osteoblasts

52.08 Osteocytes

52.09 Osteoclasts

52.11 Skeleton skull

52.12 Skeleton shoulder

52.13 Skeleton – upper extremities

52.14 Skeleton hands

52.15 Skeleton chest

52.16 Skeleton hips / lower extremities

52.17 Skeleton feet

52.00 Musculoskeletal system, physiology complete 52.05 Bone cells

52.10 Skeleton, complete

52.20 Musculature, complete

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52.21 Musculature / ligaments head / neck

52.22 Musculature / ligaments upper extremities/  trunk

52.23 Diaphragm

52.24 Musculature / ligaments hands

52.25 Musculature / ligaments lower extremities

52.26 Tendons

52.27 Peritenons

52.28 Muscles of the pelvic floor / perineum

52.31 Cervical spine (C1 – C7)

52.32 Thoracic spine (Th1 – Th12)

52.33 Lumbar spine (L1 – L5)

52.34 Sacral bone / coccyx bone

52.41 Spinal discs of the cervical spine  (C1 – C7/Th1)

52.42 Spinal discs of the thoracic spine  (Th1/Th2 – Th12/L1)

52.43 Spinal discs of the lumbar spine  (L1/L2 – L5)

52.50 Bursa (knee)

52.60 Joint, complete

52.61 Capsular ligament

52.62 Synovial fluid

52.63 Periosteum

52.64 Periochondrium

52.65 Menisci

52.66 Chondrogenesis

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52.30 Backbone, complete

52.40 Spinal discs, complete

53.00 Musculoskeletal system, pathology (empty) 53.11 Bone injury / fracture 53.12 Inflammation of the bone 53.21 Sprain (distorsion)

53.22 Haematoma / bruise

53.23 Muscle tension

53.24 Injury of the muscle / fibre rupture

53.25 Inflammation of the muscle

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53.27 Stretched ligament

53.28 Inflammation of a ligament / tendon sheath  inflammation

53.29 Inguinal hernia

53.30 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis / muscle atrophy

53.31 Carpal tunnel syndrome

53.41 Backbone pain / tension

53.42 Backbone, degeneration of spinal discs

53.51 Joint injury

53.52 Joint inflammation (arthritis)

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53.54 Shortage of hyaluronic acid

53.61 Bursa injury

53.62 Bursitis

53.71 Backache cervical spine

53.72 Backache thoracic spine

53.73 Backache lumbar spine

53.70 Backaches, complete

53.80 Osteoporosis

53.81 Osteomalacia / rachitis 53.82 Sciatica

53.83 Lumbago

53.84 Fibromyalgia

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54.11 Brain, cortex, nuclei

54.12 Interbrain, midbrain

54.13 Lobe of cerebrum, corpus callosum,  cerebelum, pons

54.14 Pyramidal and extrapyramidal system

54.15 Medulla oblongata (elongated marrow)

54.16 Spinal marrow

54.17 Blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier

54.18 Cerebrospinal fluid-brain barrier

54.19 Cerebrospinal fluid

54.21 Cranial nerve I (olfactory nerve)

54.22 Cranial nerve II (optic nerve)

54.00 Nervous system physiology, complete 54.10 Central nervous system, complete

54.20 Peripheral nervous system, complete

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54.23 Cranial nerve III (oculomotor nerve)

54.24 Cranial nerve IV (trochlear nerve)

54.25 Cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)

54.26 Cranial nerve VI (abducens nerve)

54.27 Cranial nerve VII (facial nerve)

54.28 Cranial nerve VIII (vestibulocochlear nerve)

54.29 Cranial nerve IX (glossopharyngeal nerve)

54.30 Cranial nerve X (vagus nerve)

54.31 Cranial nerve XI (accessory nerve)

54.32 Cranial nerve XII (hypoglossal nerve )

54.36 Ischiadic nerve

54.50 Autonomic nervous system

54.60 Psychosomatic control

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55.10 Sleep-onset insomnia (9-11pm) –  often hormonal disorders

55.20 Sleep-maintenance insomnia time 1  (11pm-01am early waking)

55.21 Sleep-maintenance insomnia time 2  (01-03am early waking)

55.22 Sleep-maintenance insomnia time 3  (03am – 05am early waking)

54.35 Nerve ganglia

55.00 Nervous system, pathology (empty)

T T

55.31 Parkinson’s disease

55.40 Neuritis

55.41 Neuralgia

55.42 Nerve degeneration

55.43 Multiple Sclerosis

55.44 Restless-leg-syndrome

55.45 ADD/ADHD

• •

55.50 Cerebral concussion

55.55 Headache

55.60 Migraine

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

56.00 Organ of vision, physiology complete 56.10 Lachrymal gland, nasal duct, complete 48

T T

55.30 Alzheimer’s disease

T

T


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

56.11 Lachrymal gland

56.12 Nasal duct

56.13 Lachrymal point

56.14 Lachrymal sac

56.20 Chambers of the eye, complete

56.21 Front eye chamber

56.22 Rear eye chamber

56.31 Conjunctiva

56.32 Cornea

56.33 Iris

56.34 Retina

56.35 Choroid

56.36 Dermis

56.41 Lens

56.42 Pupil

56.43 Vitreous body

56.50 Musculature, nerve, socket of the eye

56.60 Visual nerves, complete

56.61 Visual nerve

56.62 Yellow spot

56.63 Blind spot

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

57.10 Retinal detachment

57.20 Cataract

57.30 Glaucoma

57.40 Wet macular degeneration

57.41 Dry macular degeneration

56.30 Layers, complete

56.40 Lens, pupil, vitreous body, complete

PS 10 M8 57.00 Eye, pathology (empty)

T T

T T

• •

57.50 Hordeolum

57.51 Chalazion

57.52 Conjunctivitis

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

58.11 Auricle

58.12 Ear cartilage

58.00 Acoustic organ, physiology complete 58.10 Auricle, complete

49


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

58.21 Cartilaginous part

58.22 Bony part

58.23 Earwax glands

58.30 Middle ear, complete

58.31 Ear drum, tympanic membrane

58.32 Hammer, maleus

58.33 Anvil, incus

58.34 Stirrup / oval window

58.35 Tympanum / Eustachian tube

58.41 Semicircular canals

58.42 Cochlea

58.43 Acoustic nerve and nerve of equilibrium  (nerve VIII)

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

58.20 External ear, complete

58.40 Inner ear, complete

59.00 Acoustic organ / organ of equilibrium, pathology (empty) 59.10 Tinnitus 59.20 External otitis

T

59.30 Menière’s disease

59.40 Acute hearing loss

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

62.11 Epidermis

62.12 Dermis

62.13 Subcutis

62.14 Fatty tissue

62.15 Melanocytes (melanin forming cells)

62.16 Keratinocytes

62.21 Sebaceous gland

62.22 Sweat gland

62.50 Hair

62.60 Nails, complete

59.21 Otitis media, acute (acute ear)

62.00 Skin / hair, physiology complete 62.10 Skin, complete

62.20 Skin glands, complete

62.61 Onychogenesis, basic structure

50

T


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

63.00 Skin / hair, pathology (empty) 63.10 Psoriasis 63.20 Neurodermatitis

T

T

63.30 Contact dermatitis (allergic)

63.40 Urticaria

63.50 Epidermatomycoses

63.60 Lichen

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

64.11 Sleeping-waking-centre

64.12 Thermoregulation centre

64.13 Oxytocic hormone

64.14 Antidiuretic hormone

64.15 Gonadotropin releasing hormone

64.21 ACTH (from anterior lobe of the hypophysis)

64.22 STH (from anterior lobe of the hypophysis)

64.23 Melanotropin (MSH)

64.24 Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

64.25 Luteinising hormone

64.27 Histamine

64.28 Dopamine

64.29 Serotonin

64.30 Thyroid gland

64.35 Para-thyroid gland

64.40 Thymus gland

64.50 Adrenal medulla

64.55 Adrenal cortex

64.60 Kidney

64.65 Erythropoietin

64.70 Pancreas

64.80 Ovary

64.81 Oestrogens

64.82 Progesterone / gestagens

64.00 Hormonal system, physiology complete 64.05 Pineal gland (epiphysis) 64.06 Melatonin hormone 64.10 Hypothalamus

64.20 Hypophysis

64.85 Testicles 64.86 Testosterone

51


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

65.10 Female hormonal balance, basic regulation

65.20 Male hormonal balance, basic regulation

65.30 Hypothalamus

65.31 Anterior lobe of pituitary

65.32 Posterior lobe of pituitary

65.33 Thyroid gland hyperfunction

65.34 Thyroid gland hypofunction

65.35 Parathyroid gland, hyperfunction

65.36 Parathyroid gland, hypofunction

65.37 Hyperfunction of the adrenal cortex

65.38 Hypofunction of the adrenal cortex

65.39 Hyperfunction of the adrenal medulla

65.40 Hypofunction of the adrenal medulla

65.00 Hormonal system, pathology (empty)

65.45 Premenstrual syndrome

65.50 Menstruation programs, complete

65.51 Amenorrhea

65.52 Oligomenorrhea

65.53 Polymenorrhea

65.54 Hypermenorrhea

65.55 Hypomenorrhea

65.56 Metrorrhagia

65.60 Menopause complaints

T

T

65.61 Female gonad, exocrine functional disorder

65.62 Female gonad, exocrine functional disorder

65.65 Male gonad, exocrine functional disorder

65.66 Male gonad, exocrine functional disorder

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

66.10 External female genitalia

66.11 Greater labia

66.12 Clitoris

66.13 Lesser labia

66.14 Bartholin’s glands

66.15 Mammary glands with mamillae

66.16 Lactiferous glands

66.17 Lactiferous tubules

66.18 Prolactin

66.19 Colostrum

66.00 Female sexual organs, physiology complete

52


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

66.31 Ovaria

66.32 Oviducts

66.33 Uterus

66.34 Placental barrier

66.35 Amniotic fluid

66.36 Vagina

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

67.10 Salpingitis

67.20 Ovariitis

66.30 Internal female genitalia

67.00 Female sexual organs, pathology (empty)

T

T

67.30 Endometriosis

67.40 Mastitis

67.50 Vaginitis

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

68.11 Scrotum

68.12 Penis

68.20 Internal male genitalia

68.21 Testicles

68.22 Epididymis

68.23 Spermatic duct

68.24 Seminal vesicle

68.25 Cowper’s glands

68.26 Prostate gland

68.27 Spermatic cord

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

69.10 Prostate gland, functional disorder

69.20 Potency-enhancing

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

70.10 Nervous system

70.11 Hair and scalp

68.00 Male sexual organs, physiology complete 68.10 External male genitalia

PS 10 M8

69.00 Male sexual organs, pathology (empty)

69.30 Prostatitis

70.00 Cause-oriented system therapy

53


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

70.12 Eye system

70.13 Tongue, oral cavity, salivary glands

70.14 Teeth, jawbone, mouth

70.15 Acoustic organ, organ of equilibrium

70.16 Upper respiratory system

70.17 Lung system

70.18 Heart

70.19 Digestive organs

70.20 Liver, gall, pancreas

70.21 Kidneys, ureter

70.22 Female organs

70.23 Male organs

70.24 Skin system

70.25 Artery and vein system

70.26 Musculature I

70.27 Musculature II

70.28 Skeleton I

70.29 Skeleton II

70.40 Borreliosis, Rickettsioses

70.41 Helicobacter pylori infection

70.42 Infectious mononucleosis, acute

70.43 Infectious mononucleosis, chronic

70.44 Cytomegaly, chronic

70.45 Migraine, headache, insomnia, psychic state  of unbalance, pathogen-oriented

70.46 Influenza

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

72.11 Episode of depression

72.12 Recurring depressive disorders

72.13 Continuous affective disorders

72.14 Cyclothymia

72.15 Dysthymia

71.00 Pain (empty) 71.11 Pain receptors 71.50 Pain relief

72.00 Psyche 72.10 Depression

54


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

72.16 Adaptation disorders

72.17 Phobic neuroses

72.18 Panic attacks

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

75.10 Stress reduction

75.15 Weight reduction

75.16 Giving up smoking

75.17 Giving up an addiction

75.18 Meteorosensitivity

75.19 Learning program / concentration enhancement

75.20 Mental stress

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

76.11 Tooth 11

76.12 Tooth 12

76.13 Tooth 13

76.14 Tooth 14

76.15 Tooth 15

76.16 Tooth 16

76.17 Tooth 17

76.18 Tooth 18

76.21 Tooth 21

76.22 Tooth 22

76.23 Tooth 23

76.24 Tooth 24

76.25 Tooth 25

76.26 Tooth 26

76.27 Tooth 27

76.28 Tooth 28

76.31 Tooth 31

76.32 Tooth 32

76.33 Tooth 33

76.34 Tooth 34

76.35 Tooth 35

76.36 Tooth 36

75.00 Stress

76.00 Teeth, physiology, total 76.10 Teeth, superior maxilla (adult)

76.30 Teeth, inferior maxilla (adult)

55


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

76.37 Tooth 37

76.38 Tooth 38

76.41 Tooth 41

76.42 Tooth 42

76.43 Tooth 43

76.44 Tooth 44

76.45 Tooth 45

76.46 Tooth 46

76.47 Tooth 47

76.48 Tooth 48

76.51 Milk tooth 51

76.52 Milk tooth 52

76.53 Milk tooth 53

76.54 Milk tooth 54

76.55 Milk tooth 55

76.61 Milk tooth 61

76.62 Milk tooth 62

76.63 Milk tooth 63

76.64 Milk tooth 64

76.65 Milk tooth 65

76.71 Milk tooth 71

76.72 Milk tooth 72

76.73 Milk tooth 73

76.74 Milk tooth 74

76.75 Milk tooth 75

76.81 Milk tooth 81

76.82 Milk tooth 82

76.83 Milk tooth 83

76.84 Milk tooth 84

76.85 Milk tooth 85

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

76.50 Milk teeth, upper jaw (child)

76.70 Milk teeth, lower jaw (child)

PS 10 M8 77.00 Teeth, pathology (empty) 77.05 Cyst of the jaw

56

77.10 Toothache

77.11 Toothache, acute

77.15 Parodontitis

77.20 Parodontosis


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

77.25 Gingivitis

77.30 Apical granuloma

77.35 Dental caries (prophylaxis)

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

81.01 Agrimony

81.02 Aspen

81.03 Beech

81.04 Centaury

81.05 Cerato

81.06 Cherry Plum

81.07 Chestnut Bud

81.08 Chicory

81.09 Clematis

81.10 Crab Apple

81.11 Elm

81.12 Gentian

81.13 Gorse

81.14 Heather

81.15 Holly

81.16 Honeysuckle

81.17 Hornbeam

81.18 Impatiens

81.19 Larch

81.20 Mimulus

81.21 Mustard

81.22 Oak

81.23 Olive

81.24 Pine

81.25 Red Chestnut

81.26 Rock Rose

81.27 Rock Water

81.28 Scleranthus

81.29 Star of Bethlehem

81.30 Sweet Chestnut

81.31 Vervain

81.32 Vine

81.33 Walnut

77.40 Teething problems (milk teeth)

81.00 Bach flowers, complete

57


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

81.34 Water Violet

81.35 White Chestnut

81.36 Wild Oat

81.37 Wild Rose

81.38 Willow

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

82.01 Calcium fluoratum

82.02 Calcium phosphoricum

82.03 Ferrum phosphoricum

82.04 Potassium chloratum

82.05 Potassium phosphoricum

82.06 Potassium sulfuricum

82.07 Magnesium phosphoricum

82.08 Sodium chloratum

82.09 Sodium phosphoricum

82.10 Sodium sulfuricum

82.11 Silicea

82.12 Calcium sulfuricum

82.13 Potassium arsenicum

82.14 Potassium bromatum

82.15 Potassium jodatum

82.16 Lithium chloratum

82.17 Manganum sulfuricum

82.18 Calcium sulfuratum

82.19 Cuprum arsenicosum

82.20 Potassium aluminium sulfuricum

82.21 Zincum chloratum

82.22 Calcium carbonicum

82.23 Sodium bicarbonicum

82.24 Arsenicum jodatum

82.25 Aurum chloratum natronatum

82.26 Selenium

82.27 Potassium bichromicum

PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

85.01 Hydrogen (H)

85.02 Helium (He)

82.00 Schuessler salts, complete

85.00 Periodic Table of the Elements (PT), total

58


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

85.03 Lithium (Li)

85.04 Beryllium (Be)

85.05 Boron (B)

85.06 Carbon (C)

85.07 Nitrogen (N)

85.08 Oxygen (O)

85.09 Fluor (F)

85.10 Neon (Ne)

85.11 Sodium (Na)

85.12 Magnesium (Mg)

85.13 Aluminium (Al)

85.14 Silicon (Si)

85.15 Phosphor (P)

85.16 Sulphur (S)

85.17 Chlorine (Cl)

85.18 Argon (Ar)

85.19 Potassium (K)

85.20 Calcium (Ca)

85.21 Scandium (Sc)

85.22 Titan (Ti)

85.23 Vanadium (V)

85.24 Chromium (Cr)

85.25 Manganese (Mn)

85.26 Iron (Fe)

85.27 Cobalt (Co)

85.28 Nickel (Ni)

85.29 Copper (Cu)

85.30 Zinc (Zn)

85.31 Gallium (Ga)

85.32 Germanium (Ge)

85.33 Arsenic (As)

85.34 Selenium (Se)

85.35 Bromine (Br)

85.36 Krypton (Kr)

85.37 Rubidium (Rb)

85.38 Strontium (Sr)

85.39 Yttrium (Y)

85.40 Zirconium (Zr)

85.41 Niobium (Nb)

85.42 Molybdenum (Mo)

• 59


PS 10 M8

60

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

85.43 Technetium (Tc)

85.44 Ruthenium (Ru)

85.45 Rhodium (Rh)

85.46 Palladium (Pd)

85.47 Silver (Ag)

85.48 Cadmium (Cd)

85.49 Indium (In)

85.50 Tin (Sn)

85.51 Antimony (Sb)

85.52 Tellurium (Te)

85.53 Iodine (J)

85.54 Xenon (Xe)

85.55 Caesium (Cs)

85.56 Barium (Ba)

85.57 Lanthanum (La)

85.58 Cerium (Ce)

85.59 Praseodymium (Pr)

85.60 Neodymium (Nd)

85.61 Promethium (Pm)

85.62 Samarium (Sm)

85.63 Europium (Eu)

85.64 Gadolinium (Gd)

85.65 Terbium (Tb)

85.66 Dysprosium (Dy)

85.67 Holmium (Ho)

85.68 Erbium (Er)

85.69 Thulium (Tm)

85.70 Ytterbium (Yb)

85.71 Lutetium (Lu)

85.72 Hafnium (Hf)

85.73 Tantalum (Ta)

85.74 Tungsten (W)

85.75 Rhenium (Re)

85.76 Osmium (Os)

85.77 Iridium (Ir)

85.78 Platinum (Pt)

85.79 Gold (Au)

85.80 Mercury (Hg)

85.81 Thallium (Tl)

85.82 Lead (Pb)


PS 10 M8

PS 10 M9

PS 10 M10

Polar

85.83 Bismuth (Bi)

85.84 Polonium (Po)

85.85 Astatine (At)

85.86 Radon (Rn)

85.87 Francium (Fr)

85.88 Radium (Ra)

85.89 Actinium (Ac)

85.90 Thorium (Th)

85.91 Protactinium (Pa)

85.92 Uranium (U)

85.93 Neptunium (Np)

85.94 Plutonium (Pu)

85.95 Americium (Am)

85.96 Curium (Cm)

85.97 Berkelium (Bk)

85.98 Californium (Cf)

85.99 Einsteinium (Es)

86.00 Fermium (Fm)

86.01 Mendelevium (Md)

86.02 Nobelium (No)

86.03 Lawrencium (Lr)

86.04 Rutherfordium (Rf)

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Appendix II: Organ-specific meridian and pathogen tables 9

38.00 Circulatory system physiology, complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.15 Heart channel

21.88 Rickettsiae

02.19 Liver channel

24.51 Clonorchis sinesi

N

+/-

N

+/-

N

+/-

25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat) 25.16 Chilomonas 25.85 Blood parasites 27.10 Yeast fungus, complete 40.00 Heart physiology, complete corresponding meridians

N

02.20 Channel of the heart and circulation

+/- corresponding germs 20.22 Streptococcus mitis 21.88 Rickettsiae 24.22 Dirofilaria immitis (heart worm) 24.51 Clonorchis sinesi 25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat) 25.16 Chilomonas 25.85 Blood parasites 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii

42.00 Respiratory system physiology, complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.11 Lung channel

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.12 Colon channel

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

02.14 Spleen channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

02.17 Bladder channel

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

02.21 Sanjiao channel

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

02.22 Gall bladder channel

20.44 Bacilli 20.49 Bordetella pertussis 20.67 Haemophilus influenzae 20.72 Legionella 20.76 Mycobacteria tuberculosis 21.15 Klebsiella pneumoniae 21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis 21.91 Laryngeal 1 bacteria

62


corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

N

+/-

N

+/-

N

+/-

22.11 Adenovirus 22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1 22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4 22.80 Rhinovirus 23.16 Parainfluenza 23.33 Influenza virus A and B 23.81 Viruses N.N. 24.21 Ascaris megalocephala 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 26.12 Aspergillus niger 26.41 Aflatoxin 44.00 Kidney/urinary organs, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.12 Colon channel

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

02.17 Bladder channel

21.14 Escherichia coli

02.18 Kidney channel

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

02.22 Gall bladder channel

21.17 Proteus vulgaris 24.63 Schistosoma haematica 24.64 Schistosoma masoni 24.65 Urocleidus 25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis 25.85 Blood parasites 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 27.11 Candida albicans 46.00 Digestive system, physiology complete

corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.13 Stomach channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

02.14 Spleen channel

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

02.19 Liver channel

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

02.21 Sanjiao channel

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

02.22 Gall bladder channel

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

02.24 Channel of the Conception Vessel

21.21 Salmonella typhi 21.23 Shigella dysenteriae 21.93 Caries bacterium 63


corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

N

+/-

N

+/-

N

+/-

22.78 Norovirus 23.56 Rotaviruses 24.21 Ascaris megalocephala 24.23 Enterobius vermicularis 24.28 Enterobius worms 24.31 Strongyloides (filariform) 24.54 Eurytrema pancreaticum 24.56 Fasciolopsis buski 24.58 Gastrothylax elongatus 24.63 Schistosoma haematica 24.64 Schistosoma masoni 24.84 Taenia saginata 24.85 Taenia solium 25.35 Naegleria fowleri 27.11 Candida albicans 48.00 Liver - gall - pancreas, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.19 Liver channel

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

02.22 Gall bladder channel

22.14 Hepatitis B virus

02.23 Channel of the Governor Vessel

22.74 Hepatits A virus 22.75 Hepatitis C virus 24.41 Capillaria hepatica (liver) 24.54 Eurytrema pancreaticum 24.55 Fasciola heptica 24.58 Gastrothylax elongatus 24.81 Echinococcus granulosus 24.82 Echinococcus multicolaris 26.41 Aflatoxin

52.00 Musculoskeletal system, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.12 Colon channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

02.16 Channel of the small intestines

20.76 Mycobacteria tuberculosis

02.17 Bladder channel

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

02.19 Liver channel

21.61 Borellia

02.22 Gall bladder channel

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis 21.88 Rickettsiae 21.95 Pain-producing bacteria 21.96 Tuberculinum burnetti

64


corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

N

+/-

N

+/-

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.64 Chikungunya 22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1 22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4 23.56 Rotaviruses 23.81 Viruses N.N. 24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle) 24.33 Trichuris sp. 24.61 Paragonimus Westermani 24.62 Prosthogonimus macro. 25.85 Blood parasites 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 26.12 Aspergillus niger 51.11 Prions 54.00 Nervous system physiology, complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.15 Heart channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

02.17 Bladder channel

21.61 Borellia

02.18 Kidney channel

21.88 Rickettsiae

02.19 Liver channel

21.95 Pain-producing bacteria

02.20 Channel of the heart and circulation

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.64 Chikungunya 22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1 22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4 23.11 Borna virus 23.56 Rotaviruses 23.81 Viruses N.N. 25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite) 25.64 Demodex folliculorum  (hair follicle mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 26.12 Aspergillus niger 26.41 Aflatoxin 65


56.00 Organ of vision, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.19 Liver channel

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.22 Gall bladder channel

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

N

+/-

N

+/-

N

+/-

20.22 Streptococcus mitis 21.88 Rickettsiae 22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.64 Chikungunya 22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1 22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4 25.14 Blepharisma 25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 26.12 Aspergillus niger 27.11 Candida albicans 58.00 Acoustic organ, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.16 Channel of the small intestines

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.18 Kidney channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis 21.88 Rickettsien 22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.64 Chikungunya 23.81 Viruses N.N. 25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii 26.12 Aspergillus niger 26.41 Aflatoxin 62.00 Skin / hair, physiology complete

corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.11 Lung channel

05.00 Geopathic disorders, complete

02.12 Colon channel

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.14 Spleen channel

20.13 Eikanella corrodens

02.18 Kidney channel

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

66


corresponding meridians

N

02.19 Liver channel

+/- corresponding germs

N

+/-

N

+/-

20.21 Streptococcus lactis 20.22 Streptococcus mitis 20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae 20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes 20.25 Streptococcus sp. 20.42 Actinomyces israelii 20.46 Bacillus cereus 20.47 Bacteroides fragilis 20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis 20.70 Lactobacillus acidophilus 20.81 Propionobacterium acnes 21.12 Erwinia amylovora 21.13 Erwinia carotavora 21.16 Proteus mirabilis 21.17 Proteus vulgaris 21.22 Serratia marcescens 21.23 Shigella dysenteriae 22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.82 Tobacco mosaic virus 23.70 Wart frequencies, complete 23.81 Viruses N.N. 25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite) 25.64 Demodex folliculorum  (hair follicle mite) 25.67 Ornithonyssus (bird mite) 25.68 Sarcoptes scabei (scabies) 25.84 Troglodytella abrasseri 26.05 Fungi I, complete 27.05 Fungi II, complete 66.00 Female sexual organs, physiology complete

corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.13 Stomach channel

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.14 Spleen channel

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

02.18 Kidney channel

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

02.24 Channel of the Conception Vessel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis 20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae 20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes 67


corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

N

+/-

N

+/-

N

+/-

20.25 Streptococcus sp. 21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.18 Human papilloma virus (HPV) 25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis 27.11 Candida albicans 68.00 Male sexual organs, physiology complete corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.18 Kidney channel

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

02.19 Liver channel

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

02.24 Channel of the Conception Vessel

20.21 Streptococcus lactis 20.22 Streptococcus mitis 20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae 20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes 20.25 Streptococcus sp. 22.15 Herpes simplex 22.17 Herpes zoster 22.18 Humanes Papilloma Virus (HPV) 25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis 27.11 Candida albicans 76.00 Teeth, physiology, total

corresponding meridians

N

+/- corresponding germs

02.11 Lung channel

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

02.12 Colon channel

21.93 Caries bacterium

02.13 Stomach channel

22.15 Herpes simplex

02.14 Spleen channel

22.17 Herpes zoster

02.15 Heart channel

24.52 Cryptocotyle lingua

02.16 Channel of the small intestines

26.05 Fungi I, complete

02.17 Bladder channel

27.05 Fungi II, complete

02.18 Kidney channel

63.60 Lichen

02.19 Liver channel 02.22 Gall bladder channel

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Appendix III: Information on bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi 10

Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.00 Bacteria, complete

Bacteria are tiny, single-cell beings, so-called micro-organisms which multiply by means of single transverse division. Bacteria can have a different appearance (morphology) which can be divided into three basic forms: cocci, bacilli and helical bacteria. Bacteria can be passed on via air, water, soil and bodily substances such as blood, stool, urine and bodily secretions. Many bacteria are very useful for us people, such as in the intestinal flora. Others, on the other hand, can result in acute illnesses. Bacterial infections usually start off localised, at one specific point. They can spread to the entire body.

20.05 Bacteria I, complete

This program contains all bacteria from the program groups 20 and 21.

20.10 Coccobacilli, complete

This contains all bacteria from the program group 20.

20.11 Alpha streptococcus

Infections with streptococci occur very frequently. Depending on the type of streptococci, infectious diseases such as scarlet fever, angina, meningitis, otitis media, wound infections or even urinary tract infections can occur.

20.12 Beta haemolytic streptococci

See above

20.13 Eikanella corrodens

These bacteria are part of the normal flora of the oral cavity and of the upper respiratory tract. An infection occurs following a bite from a dog or a person. The consequences of such an infection could be illnesses such as endocarditis and meningitis.

20.14 Gaffkya tetragena

Infections with these bacteria result in illnesses of the respiratory tracts.

20.15 Meningococcus

These are transferred from person to person by means of air-borne infections, such as by coughing or sneezing at somebody, or by kissing. In the case of a weakened immune system, caused for instance by other infections, the bacteria multiply, get into the mucous membranes and cause meningitis and blood poisoning.

20.16 MRSA multidrug-resistant V

Originally methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, called after an antibiotic no longer used these days, whose resistance was first observed during the 1960s. Its biological properties are no different to the antibiotic sensitive staphylococcus aureus strains.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.16 MRSA multidrug-resistant V

MRSA strains produce a changed penicillin binding protein. This makes them resistant to all beta-lactam antibiotics (penicillin, cephalosporins and carbapenem). Sources of infection: invasive catheters (dialysis shunt), wound drainage, burns, chronic skin lesions.

20.17 Neisseria gonorrhoea

The pathogens of gonorrhoea, a sexually transmitted disease. The pathogens are passed on during sexual intercourse or by means of a smear infection.

20.18 Staphylococci

As pathogens, these bacteria populate the skin and mucous membranes of people and animals, and also occur in the environment, such as on food.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

These pathogens occur very frequently in the case of wound infections, abscesses and boils.

20.20 Streptococcus

Infections caused by streptococci bacteria range from mild infections such as impetigo (skin infection), tonsillitis and sore throats through to toxic shock syndrome and to nectrotizing fasciitis.

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

See above

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

See above

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

See above

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

See above

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

See above

20.26 Veillonella dispar

As part of the normal flora, these bacteria live in the upper respiratory tracts, in the intestinal tract and in the vagina of the organism. In the event of unfavourable milieu changes in the organism, they are found in combination with other bacteria as well as in the case of endocarditis, inflammation of the joints and abscesses.

20.40 Rod-shaped bacteria, complete 20.41 Actinobacillus (suis) V

This pathogen is found mainly in pigs. Infections caused by this pathogen display the following symptoms: pain, increased heart frequencies, fever, states of shock, weakened immune systems.

20.42 Actinomyces israelii

This pathogen causes actinomycosis (ray fungus). The actinomycosis is a bacterial mixed infection. In the event of injury of the mucous membrane, the germ penetrates deeper layers of tissue: occurrence in the CNS, the lung (by breathing it in) and the skin is rare.

20.43 Arcanobacterium pyogenes

These bacteria frequently cause serious clinic mastitis. The pathogen can be passed on by flies. Entry points to the organism are offered by wound infections, teat injuries, udder infections and abscesses.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.44 Bacilli

The bacillus genus is found in its natural habitat, the ground. Infections can be caused by infected animals or animal products with spores. The pathogens can also be breathed in.

20.45 Bacillus anthracis V

These pathogens cause so-called anthrax (cutaneous anthrax, pulmonary anthrax). The bacteria live in the ground for decades in spore form. Generally, they enter the body via skin injuries or by breathing them in.

20.46 Bacillus cereus

This bacterium occurs natural in the ground, making it one of the most common cultivable soil bacteria. It is a bacterium which is poisonous to food and which occurs particularly frequently in rice plants. The spores which occur in raw rice survive the cooking process, and multiply. The toxins can cause both vomitting and diarrhoea.

20.47 Bacteroides fragilis

These pathogens are part of the physiological flora of humans and animals. They occur frequently in mixed infections such as in peritonitis, gynaecological infections (e.g. Fallopian tube or ovary), aspiration pneumonia, sinusitis and brain abscesses. Infections are mainly endogenous, i.e. originate from the physiological flora of our own bodies.

20.48 Bordetella bronchiseptica

This pathogen causes illnesses to the upper respiratory tracts in mammals and rodents, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. It is implicated in the rhinotracheitis complex as well as in dogs.

20.49 Bordetella pertussis

Bacterium of the genus bordetella attributed great medical importance as the pathogen of whooping cough. The source of infection for whooping cough are sick people who cough out the pathogen. There is no such thing as a healthy germ carrier. Furthermore, transmission of the pathogen might also occur by means of contaminated objects since the pertussis bacterium can survive outside of the organism for several days.

20.50 Brucella abortus V

Pathogen of brucellosis.

20.51 Brucella melitensis V

Pathogen of Mediterranean fever, Malta fever, undulant fever. Symptomes: fever, sickness, swelling of the liver, spleen and lymph nodes. Brucella can survive for several weeks in unpasturised milk and cheese made from unpasturised milk: this ability to survive presents it with its main path of infection. Infected animals (faeces, urine) can be a source of infection for farmers and vets.

20.52 Brucella suis V

A pathogen form which particularly affects pigs.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.53 Coxiella burnetii V

Pathogen of Q fever. The pathogen is widespread throughout the world, and can be spread by sheep or even by pets such as dogs and cats, as well as by cows and goats to people. The actual carrier when this illness is passed between animals is the tick: ingesting infected faeces or milk can also cause it to spread. Infection in humans is aerobic, e.g. via breathing in infected dust.

20.54 Clostridia

These bacteria occur everywhere (ubiquitous), especially in soil and in the digestive tract of higher living things. Their toxins can trigger various infection illnesses, e.g. anaerobic cellulitis, gas gangrene and tetanus.

20.55 Clostridium botulinum V

This bacterium is a soil dweller. When multiplying, a toxin forms, a botulinumtoxin, which is the cause behind an illness known by the name of botulism. When deprived of oxygen, such as in closed tins or in raw ham, if the food is not refrigerated, the bacterium can multiply and form toxins which can cause food poisoning. Since the pathogens are soil dwellers, most cases of contamination are found in tins of vegetables.

20.56 Clostridium feseri V

This pathogen causes blackleg, a non-infectious, acute, highly febrile, sometimes endemic animal plague. The natural sources of infection for the animals are fodder and water infected with spores of the blackleg pathogen, or wound infections.

20.57 Clostridium perfringens

Along with other clostridia, it belongs to the group of gas gangrene bacillus: it is the most frequent pathogen of gas gangrene. Furthermore, the bacterium is a frequent cause of nectrotizing pneumonia, gangrenous cholecystitis, of sepsis or other non-specific infections. Clostridium perfringens can cause infections of the central nervous system. In animals, the illnesses caused by clostridium perfringens toxins are known as enterotoxaemia.

20.58 Clostridium septicum

These bacteria are the pathogens of the para-blackleg illness. This illness is a feverish, usually fatal infectious disease whose clinical picture cannot be distinguished from that of blackleg. Also caused by clostridium septicum is abomasum para-blackleg of sheep (Nordic Bradsot). The pathogen is pathogenic for all domesticated mammals, humans and pigeons.

20.59 Clostridium tetani V

The reservoirs of this pathogen are soil and wood as well as the excrement of cows and other species of animal. Open wounds can quickly become infected with the bacterium, therefore resulting in tetanus. Clinical symptoms start with headaches and increased reflexes.

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Description

20.59 Clostridium tetani V

Spasmophilia of a painful and violent nature occurs.

20.60 Corynebacterium diphteriae

This bacterium is the pathogen for diphtheria. It is spread via direct contact from person to person with infected people, usually via droplets, less frequently via contaminated objects. Pain in the throat and pharynx area, difficulty swallowing and shortness of breath can be the first symptoms of an infection. The toxin of the bacteria affects the whole body, damaging above all the heart, the kidneys, the supraranal glands, motor nerves and the liver. Independent of the effect of the toxin, skin infections and endocarditis have also been observed.

20.61 Corynebacterium xerosis

This pathogen belongs to the family of coryneform bacteria, and can result in skin infections, pneumonia and inflammation of the pharyngeal mucosa.

20.62 Cytophaga rubra

Bacteria which live in the soil. Infection is generally via direct contact or via contact with contaminated objects.

20.63 Erysipelotrix rhusiopathiae V

Causes an illness known in animals as swine erysipelas and in people as erysipeloid. Turkeys and pigs are most frequently affected. The pathogen is in the earth, in water and waste water, as well as in rotting animal material. The pathogen can also survive in a dry state and in pickled, salted or smoked meats. The infection is transmitted mainly via skin injuries, yet is can also be transmitted orally. Endocarditis, arthritis and necrosis of the skin can occur.

20.64 Eubacterium suis

These pathogens cause cystitis in pigs, for instance.

20.65 Francisella tularensis V

This pathogen causes the frequently deadly illness tularaemia in wild rodents. The illness can be passed on to humans. An infection can be caused by infectious rodents or indirectly via blood-sucking ectoparasites such as mosquitoes, fleas and lice. Dirty water or breathing in the bacteria can also cause an infection. Symptoms: fever, weakness, swollen lymph nodes, conjunctivitis, lung abscesses, mediastinitis, meningitis, pericarditis and / or osteomyelitis.

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

In small quantities, these bacteria are present as part of the normal vaginal flora. In increased numbers, they are the most detected pathogens in bacterial vaginitis. The germ can ascend to the upper genital tract, resulting in serious infections. Long-term inflammation can result in infertility.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.67 Haemophilus influenzae

This bacterium lives exclusively in the mucous membranes, especially in those of the upper respiratory system (nose, throat, windpipe), where it causes inflammatory illnesses (epiglottitis, bronchitis, pneumonia). These germs are passed on as airborne infections: they only have a short survival time outside of the mucous membranes.

20.68 Haemophilus parasuis V

Pathogen of Glässer’s disease in pigs. Febrile polyserositides and poly arthritides are the main characteristics of the illness. However, the pathogen is also observed on the mucous membranes of animals that are not sick. It is an airborne infection.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

Infections caused by these bacteria are held responsible for many stomach ailments accompanied by increased secretion of gastric acid. Stomach ulcers and ulcers of the duodenum can also arise as the consequence of an infection with this bacterium. A long-term infection can have carcinogenic consequences. The transmission path has not been definitely clarified. The bacterium appears to spread by means of a faeces – oral path. This means, the bacterium is excreted via stool, and ingested via water or dirty food. The possibility of the bacterium being spread by bluebottles is currently under discussion.

20.70 Lactobacillus acidophilus

This bacteria is found in the flora of the mouth, the digestive tract and the vagina / in men, in the extended area just in front of the urethral orifice. Lactobacillus acidophilus is considered a probiotic bacterium.

20.71 Lawsonia intracellularis

These bacteria are pathogenic for pigs, and cause the diarrhoea illness porcine proliferative enteritis. The bacteria have also been detected in horses, sheep and rodents.

20.72 Legionella

Is found in samples of soil and stretches of water. As a source of infection for humans, it is found in hot water pipes with insufficiently heated water (< 70°C), air-conditioning systems and cooling towers. Infections with this pathogen cause legionnaire’s disease, a form of pneumonia with fever, diarrhoea, headache and disorientation. Pontiac fever, a further illness caused by infection with the pathogen, is an acute illness with coughs and colds.

20.73 Listeria monocytogenes V

This pathogen is not restricted to certain host organisms, and is distributed throughout the environment, e.g. in the ground, in stretches of water, and on plants. It is found on animals as well as on birds and fish. Between about 1 and 10% of all people are probably also infected, and excrete the pathogens via stool.

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Description

20.73 Listeria monocytogenes V

In the event of an infection, monocytes in the blood are multiplied. The illness is known as listeriosis in people and animals. The most frequent infection path is by eating unclean food.

20.74 Malleomyces mallei V

This is a pathogenic burkholderia type which can cause glanders in both people and animals.

20.75 Mycobacteria phlei

These pathogens can result in inflammation of the lungs and the eyes. They are widely spread in plants, the ground and dust.

20.76 Mycobacteria tuberculosis

This is a bacterium from the family of mycobacteria, the most important pathogen for tubercolosis It is an airborne infection. The main entry point is the lung. Animals always become infected by people infected with tuberculosis disease. In animals, it is usually only a quickly healing, local process. In such cases, it is advisable to examine people looking after such animals for tuberculosis. Small mammals such as dogs and cats, and perhaps parrots, can become a dangerous, permanent source of infection following infection with tubercolosis disease.

20.77 Nocardiae V

Occur all over in the grund and in damp biotopes. Infection is spread via the respiratory tracts or via skin wounds.

20.78 Nocordia asteroids

These pathogens are found in the ground and in damp biotopes. The following illnesses are possible: nocardiosis (bronchopneumonia, lung abscess), sepsis, brain abscesses, abscesses in the kidneys and musculature, cutaneous or subcutaneous abscesses, lymphocutaneous syndrome).

20.79 Pasteurellae V

Infections with this pathogen are known as pasteurellosis. Such infections frequently take on the form of sepsis, but also of an infection of the respiratory tracts or the intestinal tract.

20.80 Pasteurella multocida V

These pathogens can be transmitted via cat bites or scratches. Infections in the area of the respiratory tracts and the intestinal tract are possible. The illness is known as pasteurellosis and occurs in both mammals and birds.

20.81 Propionobacterium acnes

Also known as propionic acid bacteria: they are known by the holes formed in many types of cheese. They are normally found on the skin. If the natural balance of the skin bacteria shifts and, for instance, the skin bacteria are joined by staphylococcus aureus, these pathogens can have a very negative effect on the infection, worsening it. Increased propion bacterium acnes pathogens have been detected in endocarditis, ulcers of the cornea and septic arthritis.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

20.82 Pseudomonas aeruginosa

This pathogen is a so-called hospital germ. It is a widespread ground and water germ which occurs in damp milieus. It is also present in tap water, hand basins, showers, toilets, dishwashers, dialysis equipment, medication and disinfectants. It can poison food. Since it is very resistant, it sureves in distilled water. Even the use of some disinfectants does not guarantee sure protection against the pathogen. It can trigger pneumonia in the case of cystic fibrosis, infections of the urinary tract, enterocolitis, meningitis, otitis external or infections on burn wounds. This pathogen also plays a major role in infectious diseases in the field of veterinary medicine.

21.05 Bacteria II, complete

This contains all bacteria from the program group 21.

21.10 Enterobacteriaceae, complete

Nitrobacteria or enterobacteriaceae (currently the only family in the genus of enterobacteriales) are a large group of bacteria. According to the phylogenetic system, they belong to the phylum (strain) of proteobacteria, where they form their own family. The name enterobacteria is derived from the Greek enteron (intestines) since many of them typically live in the intestines. However, this family also includes many free-living species of bacteria which do not live in the intestines.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

These bacteria occur in almost all habitats, including in the human intestines. They are part of the normal intestinal flora. Several species of this genus can be pathogens of illnesses. Infections of the urinary tract, meningitis and infections of the respiratory tract are possible.

21.12 Erwinia amylovora

Pathogen of the so-called fire blight. The pathogen is spread via contaminated plant material, packaging material, cutting tools and migratory birds. At close range, the bacteria slime is spread by wind, rain, insects, small mammals, birds and people. The bacteria penetrate the plant tissue during the active growth phase of the plant via natural entry points. There are the further, following infection paths: flower infection (the most frequent variant), shoot infection, infection from re-activated infestation locations. The dangerous infection time is during the spring and the summer, especially during the flowering season if the weather is hot and humid: the flowers are then the main infection locations.

21.13 Erwinia carotavora

Many species of erwinia break down plant left-overs: however, they are also involved in the cause of plant diseases or are seen as pests of stored food. Erwinia carotovora (new name: pectobacterium carotovorum) causes blackleg in potatoes. Some species have been found on animals and people: however, their role as pathogen has never been determined.

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Bacteria Program-no.

Description

21.14 Escherichia coli

Bacterium which occurs in the intestines of humans and animals. E. coli is a part of the intestinal flora. Outside of the intestine, however, E. coli can cause infections since it is then located in the wrong area of the organism. Infections of the urinary tract, peritonitis or meningitits in new-borns (infection during birth) can be secondary diseases of an infection.

21.15 Klebsiella pneumoniae

Bacterium of the genus Klebsiella which can cause pneumonia, amongst other things. Pneumobacillus occurs practically everywhere, especially in the human intestinal flora. The bacteria can trigger illnesses in people with a weakened immune system. Illnesses frequently caused by pneumobacillus are: infections of the upper respiratory tract, pneumonia, hospital pneumonia (spreading by air-conditioning), infections of the urinary tract, blood poisoning, meningitis.

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

These bacteria are pathogens which also occur frequently in healthy people and do not necessarily cause illnesses. However, should the immune system become weakened, they following illnesses caused by this bacterium can occur: infections of the urinary tract, wound infections, pneumonia and sepsis. In the event of infections of the urinary tract caused by proteus mirabilis, the pH value of the urine can be increased, favouring bladder stones.

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

See above

21.18 Salmonellae

These bacteria occur globally in warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals, in people and in habitats outside of living beings. The bacteria cause illnesses in humans and animals. Salmonellosis can be spread from animal to human, or even vice versa. Infections caused by food are frequent. We distinguish between enteritis and typhus / paratyphoid salmonella. The most important illnesses caused by salmonella are: diarrhoea with vomiting caused by salmonella enteritidis, salmonella typhimurium, etc., salmonellosis or salmonella enteritis, typhoid caused by salmonella typhi, paratyphus caused by salmonella paratyphi. Typhoid and paratyphoid are systemic illnesses (affect several organs) with the intestines part of the symptoms.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

See above

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

See above

21.21 Salmonella typhi

See above

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Description

21.22 Serratia marcescens

Bacteria of this species occur in the ground, on plants and in water: it is only occasionally that they are detected in the gastrointenstinal tract or the upper respiratory tracts of healthy people. Serratia marcescens is, above all, a pathogen of hospital infections. Those patients with weakened defences can develop wound infections, infections of the kidneys and urinary tracts, infections of the respiratory tract as well as sepsis, endocarditis, meningitis and prosthesis infections. Particular sources of infection are contaminated catheters and infusion solutions.

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

This bacterium is named after its discoverer, the Japanese microbiologist Kiyoshi Shiga, as well as the main symptom of diarrhoea which occurs as part of this infection (dysentery). The pathogens cause stomachache and diarrhoea. Sources of infection: uncleaned food, drinking water polluted with faeces. The form shigella dysenteriae also forms a neurotoxin.

21.24 Shigella flexneri

Causes diarrhoea. These specific pathogens are also named in conjunction with several cases of cot death.

21.25 Shigella sonnei

These species, also known as Kruse-Sonne bacteria, are the most frequent shigella in Central Europe in particular, and cause harmless summer diarrhoea, particularly in children.

21.26 Yersiniae

Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis can cause infections in humans and animals. The pathogens are orally ingested, causing enteritis.

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

Following oral infection with this pathogen, an acute case of enteritis or enterocolitis occurs. Diarrhoea (mainly in toddlers), pseudo-appendicitis, colicky stomachache, fever, nausea, bloody stool and inflammation in the throat area are possible. Raw or incompletely heated pork (mince meat and raw sausage) are the main sources of infection for the infection of human yersiniosis.

21.50 Mycoplasmae, complete

Mycoplasmas are bacteria characteristic for the lack of a cell wall. They are the smallest bacteria possible of multiplying outside of cells.

21.51 Mycoplasma

As parasitic bacteria, mycoplasmas are the cause for numerous illnesses in human, animals and plants. Amongst other things, the pathogens cause chronic infections, tracheobronchitis, pharyngitis, meningitis and middle ear infections.

21.52 Mycoplasma agalactiae V

Pathogen of the contagious agalactia in small ruminants (sheep, goat). It usually causes unnoticed inflammation of the udder with reduced milk output, rarely inflammation of the joints or conjunctiva (conjunctivitis).

21.53 Mycoplasma capricolum

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Pathogen of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia in goats (CCPP).


Bacteria Program-no.

Description

21.54 Mycoplasma mycoides V

Pathogen of the notifiable contagious bovine pleuropneumonia in cattle.

21.60 Spirochaetae, complete 21.61 Borellia

The most frequently occurring type of borrelia in Germany and Europe is borrelia burgdorferi. This pathogen causes so-called Lyme disease. The borrelia are spread mainly via ticks; however, infection caused by mosquitoes cannot be ruled out.

21.62 Brachyspira V

Some species are pathogenic. Alls species occur in the intestines of various animals (e.g. of pigs) and people.

21.63 Leptospira canicola V

Leptospira are divided into main hosts, i.e. species of animals to which the relevant species of bacteria has adapted itself and which are the actual pathogen reservoirs, and reservoir hosts which are only rarely infected by the species of pathogen. Dogs are the main hosts of leptospira canicola. Leptospira are secreted by the infected animals via urine. Infection occurs by means of contact via the skin or mucous membranes. The principal means of transmission is the ingestion of water contaminated with rat urine (puddles). During the acute phase, the pathogen spreads throughout the blood and then colonises the various organs, such as the liver, spleen, kidney and lymph nodes. Symptoms: anorexia, vomiting, fever, difficult breathing, sometimes jaundice (icterus), bleeding (haemorrhages) and tissue defects on the mucous membranes of the mouth, muscles tremors or bloody stool as the result of a serious bout of gastroenteritis.

21.64 Leptospira grippotyphosa V

Leptospira cause general infections. Erthrocytes are damaged: as a result, anaemia, icterus and haemoglobinuria occur. The central nervous system, blood vessels and other organs are damaged by endotoxins. Leptospira grippotyphosa can cause leptospirosis in cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and dogs.

21.65 Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae

Pathogen of Weil disease, also known as icterohaemorrhagic fever. In Europe, it mainly occurs in people who come into contact with infectious material, such as rat urine: however, pigs and dogs are also pathogen reservoirs. The infection path is via the ingestion of contaminated, dirty waste water or soil, via the softened or not intact skin, or via the mucous membrane. It can also get into the body via the respiratory tracts. Symptoms: sudden, high fever, headache, pains in the arms and legs. During the course of the illness, jaundice, meningitis, inflammation of the kidneys or heart can occur.

21.66 Leptospira interrogans

With these pathogens, the dog is the reservoir host: the main host in the brown rat.

21.67 Leptospira pomona V

The main hosts are cattle and pigs.

21.68 Leptospirae (suis) V

The main host of this pathogen is the pig.

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Description

21.69 Treponema pallidum

Pathogen of syphilis (also known as lues, lues venerea, hard chancre and the French pox). It is an infectious disease which belongs to the group of sexually transmitted diseases. Symptoms: painless ulcers on the mucous membranes, swelling of the lymph nodes. In some of the infected patients, the course of the disease is chronic, characterised by multiple infestation of the skin and organs. In the terminal stage, destruction of the central nervous system can occur.

21.80 Intracellular bacteria (cell parasites),

Bacteria colonise very different habitats: many species of bacteria live in

complete

the cells of other living beings.

21.81 Anaplasma marginale

Penetrates the red blood corpuscles of the host, and multiplies there. The presence of the parasites in the red blood corpuscles stimulates the organism of the animal to destroy the red blood cells. This wide-spread destruction of the red blood corpuscles results in anameia, fever, weight loss, shortness of breath. The pathogens are spread by ticks: however, contaminated hypodermic needles, operating instruments, mosquitoes and horseflies can also result in infection.

21.82 Chlamydiae

These pathogens are cell parasites. Chlamydia cause mainly diseases (chlamydiosis) of the mucous membranes of the eye area, the respiratory tract area and genital area, sometimes with serious consequences such as blindness or infertility. Infection with this pathogen is via direct contact, contaminated objects or, for example, flies.

21.83 Chlamydiae (feline) V

A form of the pathogen which occurs mainly in cats.

21.84 Chlamydia ovis V

Pathogen of the enzootic abortion of the sheep.

21.85 Chlamydia psittaci V

Pathogen of the parrot disease, psittacosis, ornithosis.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

This pathogen causes a sexually transmitted disease in the urinogenital tract which remains undetected in two-thirds of women, since there are no symptoms. In men, it occasionally causes inflammation of the urethra with a clear discharge and which is otherwise free of symptoms. However, left untreated, the infection can result in infertility. Various strains of the pathogen can cause eye infections or acute conjunctivitis, so-called swimming pool conjunctivitis, since it is also frequently transmitted via swimming pool water, urethritis (inflammation of the mucous membrane of the urethra) and cervititis (inflammation of the cervix). There are also strains which can cause lymphogranuloma venereum.

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Description

21.87 Cowdia rumantium V

This pathogen causes the illness “heartwater”. Domestic and wild ruminants are affected. The pathogen is spread by ticks of the amblyomma genus. Affected mammals are cattle, sheep, goats, antilopes and buffalo. The name of the illness is derived from the symptoms of the arising illness. Fluid accumulates in the heart / in the lung.

21.88 Rickettsiae

Bacteria, parastical organisms which are found in many ticks, fleas, mites and lice, which transmit them. Infections are known as rickettsias. This includes fleckfieber, rickettsial pox, Brill’s disease, boutonneuse fever (Mediterranean tick fever) and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

21.90 Other bacteria 21.91 Laryngeal 1 bacteria

Pathogenic bacteria from the area of the larynx.

21.92 Borellia toxin

Neurotoxins (toxins) produced by borrelia.

21.93 Caries bacterium

Bacteria always found in conjunction with caries infections in patients.

21.94 PIA Porcine intestinal adenomatosis V Thickening and plication of the mucous membrane of the intestines of pigs. 21.95 Pain-producing bacteria

These are bacteria which haven’t been classified.

21.96 Tuberculinum burnetti

A nosode from tubercular lung tissue or tubercular cavities.

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Viruses Program-no.

Description

22.00 Viruses, complete

This program contains all viruses from the program groups 22 and 23.

22.05 Viruses I, complete

This contains all viruses from the program group 22.

22.10 Double-strain DNA viruses, complete 22.11 Adenovirus

These pathogens can cause numerous illnesses. Particularly affected are the respiratory tract (influenza), infections of the eyes (conjunctivities) and of the intestinal tract (diarrhoea). The infection is airborne or is passed on as a smear infection.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

Multiplies following oral infection via saliva or other bodily fluids in the salivary glands. From there, the viruses are transported via the blood to organs such as the liver, spleen, lung, bone marrow and the kidneys. Permanent infections of the affected organs can occur as primary infection or even in a latent form many years after the initial infection.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

An infection, mainly via droplets, saliva, genital secretions or blood cells, transplants, result in a life-long infection. Symptoms: fever, swelling of the lmyph nodes, coating on the tonsils. Pathogen of Pfeifferâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease.

22.14 Hepatitis B virus

Possible illnesses are inflammation of the liver (hepatitis), cirrhosis of the liver, liver cell carcinoma. Infection with the pathogen is parenteral and sexual, i.e. via the blood or other bodily fluids of an infected patient. The entry points are usually tiny injuries on the skin or the mucous membrane.

22.15 Herpes simplex

These pathogens are characterised by the fact that they can stay in the host for life. Following initial infection, the virus genome stays in the body for the rest of the hostâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life. The immune status of the host has a great influence on the virus reactivation. Herpes simplex viruses are globally present: man is their only natural host as reservoir. Since the herpes simplex virus is acquired via contact with saliva and smear infections from infancy in normal contact with the family, it is very widespread in the population. A further source of infection is contact via the mucous membrane. Illnesses caused by the herpes simplex viruses: gingivostomatitis (inflammation of the mucous membrane in the mouth), herpes labiales, herpes encephalitis, keratokonjunctivitis and many other illnesses.

22.16 Herpes simplex (feline) V

This pathogen causes infections in cats.

22.17 Herpes zoster

Causes two different symptoms: upon the initial infection varicella (chickenpox), upon reactivation, herpes zoster (shingles). The virus is transmitted via the air or via the contents of a small blister. Contact with a person who is ill is the most frequent source of infection.

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22.18 Human papilloma virus (HPV)

Is an oncogenetic virus. This species of the viruses are seen in conjunction with certain cancers (cervical carcinomas, angogenital carcinomas). The viruses are transmitted mainly via sexual contact and skin injuries.

22.19 Papilloma virus

Causes warts in the organism. The viruses are transmitted via direct contact.

22.40 Single-strain DNA viruses, complete 22.41 Panleucopenia virus V

Panleucopenia is a frequently fatal, viral cat-scratch disease. It is also known as cat-bite fever, felinosis, infectious enteritis of the cat, cat plague. The pathogen enters the body via contact with infectious material (faeces, nasal secretion, urine) through the mucous membrane of the nose and mouth.

22.42 Parvoviruses (suis) V

The parvovirosis is caused by porcine parvovirus (PPV). It occurs globally in pigs. If the infection occurs in the first three weeks of gestation, either all or most of the embryos die, and are resorbed.

22.43 Porcine circovirus V

Porcine circovirus (PCV) type 2 is a virus which occurs in pigs.

22.60 Single-strain RNA viruses, positivestrain RNA genome, complete 22.61 AE virus V

Avian encephalomyelitis, contagious chick encephalomyelitis. A highly contagious illness with nervous symptoms in chicks. Infected layers are the reservoir for the transmission of the virus via the egg or shortly after hatching. The viruses are also transmitted via faeces. Chicken, turkeys, pheasants, also ducks, pigeons and guinea fowl can also fall victim to the virus.

22.62 BVD virus V

Bovine virus diarrhoea / mucosal disease (BVD/MD) is caused by the bovine virus diarrhoea virus (BVDV). This is a very frequent viral illness complex amongst cattle.

22.63 Calciviruses (feline) V

Known for years, feline calicivirus (FCV) is a pathogen of diseases of the upper respiratory tracts in cats. Transmission is mainly aerogen via secretions from the nose and throat area containing viruses.

22.64 Chikungunya

These pathogens are transmitted via mosquitoes. Symptoms: Fever and pains in the joints.

22.65 Coronaviruses (feline) V

Infectious chest and peritonitis in cats (FIP) is a feline disease caused by coronaviruses. These viruses usually cause a harmless intestinal infection in cats. However, in a small percentage of infected cats, FIP can arise.

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22.65 Coronaviruses (feline) V

If a cat lives with other cats or encounters other cats outdoors, it picks up the virus via its mouth and nose by scratching in the litter tray or by sniffing and licking (other cats or objects and clothing).

22.66 Coronaviruses (suis) V

These pathogens occur in pigs, where they cause infections.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

Infection with this pathogen is caused by unclean water and food: airborne infection or smear infection are also possible. Illnesses: cold, viral meningitis, myocarditis, hand, foot and mouth disease.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

See above

22.69 EAV virus

Equine arteritis viral infection, EAV, earlier, acute sepsis, equine influenza, equine distemper, pink eye or erysipelas. Infection is via aerosols from the respiratory tract, via the urine of acutely infected animals or venerally during mating.

22.70 Duck hepatitis virus V

This pathogen comes from the family of hepatitis viruses and is found in the presence of liver disease of fowl.

22.71 Enteroviruses

Transmission of all species of virus which are part of the genus enterovirus is mainly via the faecal-oral path: however, the infection path of some pathogens is airborne. Also possible is the transmission of the virus via the placenta. Polio, infections of the upper respiratory tracts, colds, intenstinal illnesses, febrile generalised exanthem, haemorrhagic conjunctivitis, myocarditis, pericarditis, hepatitis, meningitis and encephalitis can be caused by the pathogen.

22.72 FHV viruses (feline herpes virus) V

FHV is one of the pathogens of the infections of the catâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s upper respiratory tracts complex. The virus mainly causes symptoms in the form of rhinotracheitis in kittens. Infected animals are virus carriers for the rest of their lives, acting as a carrier and source of infection for susceptible cats. Furthermore, there is a connection with the feline cytomegalovirus.

22.73 FSME

The pathogens are transmitted via ticks. Symptoms of an infection: influenza, meningitis, encephalitis, radiculitis, paralysis.

22.74 Hepatits A virus

Infection with these viruses is via a faecal-oral path (ingestion of contaminated food). The course of the illness is usually acute: chronicity as in other hepatitis infections does not occur.

22.75 Hepatitis C virus

Is transmitted via blood. After an infection, there are hardly any direct consequences: damage to the liver is chronic. Once detected, it is frequently not possible to trace the path of the infection. Cirrhosis of the liver and liver carcinoma are possible.

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22.76 CSF virus V

Although it is related to other pathogens, the swine fever pathogen (classic swine fever) cannot be transmitted to other species of animal or humans. Infection of the pigs is via direct contact with sick animals or via unclean vehicles and equipment, clothing or waste food.

22.77 FMD virus V

Foot and mouth disease is a highly-contagious viral disease in cattle and pigs. Deer, goats and sheep, as well as elephants, rats and hedgehogs can also become infected. Horses are not susceptible to foot and mouth disease. A person can occasionally become infected. The disease can be transmitted via contact and smear infection during direct contact with infected animals, with contaminated stables or animal transport vehicles. Infection via the air is possible. People who have contact with infected animals should have their clothing disinfected. Fodder additives which contain infected animal products and animal products such as cheese and meet can harbour the virus. Cows can be infected with foot and mouth disease from infected bulls during insemination.

22.78 Norovirus

This pathogen results in acute gastroenteriditis. Sudden vomiting and diarrhoea are typical symptoms of an infection. The viruses are exceptionally infectioius and can be detected in stool weeks later. Infection via contaminated objects, smear infection.

22.79 PRRS viruses (suis) V

The pathogen results in infections of the respiratory tracts of pigs.

22.80 Rhinovirus

This pathogen causes infections known colloquial as the sniffles or a cold. Transmission is airborne (coughing or sneezing), yet contaminated hands or objects can also result in an infection. Via the mucous membranes, the viruses enter the organism and result in generalised infections.

22.81 SVD virus V

This pathogen causes a disease similar to foot and mouth disease in pigs.

22.82 Tobacco mosaic virus

The tobacco mosaic virus causes the economically significant mosaic disease in tobacco. Many agricultural crops and ornamental plants can be infected. The virus is very easily transmitted, such as via direct contact between plants, via sap, via seeds in the case of some plants. Compared to many other plant viruses, it is extremely heat-resistant. Due to these properties, it is probably one of the most widespread viruses in the world.

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22.83 Teschen virus V

Pathogen of the Teschen disease (contagious paralysis of pigs, polioencephalomyelitis enzootic suum, poliomyelitis suum). The contagious paralysis of the pig is poliomyelitis of pigs of all ages, and is characterised by a short, acute stage and following, typical paralysis. The disease has similarities with poliomyelitis in people.

22.84 VES virus V

This pathogen is the pathogen of the vesicular rash in pigs. Clinically, it cannot be distinguished from foot and mouth disease.

23.05 Viruses II, complete

This contains all viruses from the program group 23.

23.10 Negative-strain RNA genome, unsegmented, complete 23.11 Borna virus

Borna disease or contagious encephalitis and multiple sclerosis of the spinal cord of solipeds, is transmitted via this virus. The brain and the spinal cord of horses and sheep in particularly are affected Symptoms: behavioural changes, movement disorders and impairment to sensitivity and sensorium such as keeping away from the herd / flock, depression, lowered head posture, in some cases increased hyperkinesia, in some cases aggressiveness towards others, in some cases nervousness, reduced participation in the animalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environment, spasms and salivation. In the terminal stages, paralysis with rowing motions, febrile attacks. The natural infection is probably transmitted via the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory tracts, the throat or the olfactory mucosa. It is now presumed that people can also become infected with it. Symptoms: depression, abnormal behaviour.

23.12 Equine influenza virus V

Equine influenza, also known as horse flu or Hoppengarten cough, is an acute, highly contagious illness of the upper and lower respiratory tracts of the horse, caused by equine influenza virus type A. In addition to indirect transmission, the pathogen is mainly transmitted by air by the animals coughing. Characteristic symptoms such as intermittent febrile phases (temperature of up to 41°C), watery-serous nasal discharge, a dry cough, lack of appetite and apathy can occur. During the course of the illness, laryngitis, bronchitis, bronchiolitis or even viral pneumonia can develop. Some horses, especially performance horses, display muscle weakness, a stiff gait and, frequently, myocarditis and myocardium insufficiency.

23.13 Highly pathogenic avian influenza

Fowl plague is a serious general illness, especially in chickens, turkeys and

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quails, as well as in numerous free-living species of bird. Basically, the same infection paths as with other influenza viruses is observed.

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23.13 Highly pathogenic avian influenza

The viruses are airborne, and are breathed in via the air, or are spread via

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particles of faeces on clothing and equipment. The acute form of fowl plague is manifested in signs of general weakness, dull, tangled feathers, a high fever, breathing through the open beak, oedema on the head, neck, comb, wattles, legs and feet, blue colour of the skin and the mucous membranes, watery-slimy and greenish diarrhoea, and neurological disorders (abnormal head posture, mobility disorders). The chronic course of the illness results in a reduction of laying capacity, the eggs are thin-walled or have no shell.

23.14 Measles virus

The pathogen is transmitted by means of airborne infections directly from person to person. Following infection, typical measles exathem occurs (red spots on the skin), fever and general weakness. Pneumonia and meningitis can result in severe cases.

23.15 Mumps virus

This is the pathogen of an infectious disease which mainly affects the salivary glands. Meningitis or testitis (orchitis) can occur as complications. The pathogen is transmitted via direct contact or via an airborne disease.

23.16 Parainfluenza

Global virus which mainly attacks the respiratory tracts, results in a cold in adults, and can result in serious symptoms in infants and toddlers including pneumonia (pseudo croup). The pathogens are transmitted via airborne infection, smear infection and contaminated objects.

23.17 Porcine influenza virus V

Swine flue was first observed in 1918, at the same time as the major flu pandemic amongst humans. Swine flu now occurs globally. Symptoms: the animals experience shortness of breath, painful coughing and a short-term increase of temperature of up to 42°C. Due to the high fever, sows that become ill during gestation can experience spontaneous abortions or give birth to small, weak piglets. Infections are spread by permanent carriers.

23.30 Negative-strain RNA genome, segmented, complete 23.31 H1N1

Also known as human influenza or the Spanish flu.

23.32 H5N1

Also known as bird flu.

23.33 Influenza virus A and B

These viruses and the illnesses they cause exist globally. In humans, influenza viruses multiply in the respiratory tract of an infected person. According to studies, human influenza viruses favour cilia-less epithelial cells. In contrast, in birds, the flu virus mainly multiplies in the intestinal epithelial cells. These genuses also include the pathogens of influenza or â&#x20AC;&#x153;realâ&#x20AC;? flu.

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23.33 Influenza virus A and B

These pathogens are responsible for infectious diseases which are generally known as “flu”. Various types of virus of this species have occurred frequently in recent years. The infection paths are airborne infection and direct contact with infected objects.

23.50 Double-strain RNA viruses, complete 23.51 Bluetongue viruses V

The bluetongue virus (BTV) causes a blue tongue in ruminants.

23.52 FCo viruses V

The cause of a FIP disease in cats is a mutation of an actually harmless intestinal virus. It is called the feline corona virus, abbreviated to FcoV. This intestinal virus is widespread. If it makes the animal sick at all, it results in mild diarrhoea and short-term lack of appetite. The fatal variant of FIP develops from a mutation of the virus. The pathogen is destroyed by the organism, but causes the formation of anti-bodies. The anti-bodies join with other proteins to make “immune complexes”. This causes inflammation of the blood vessels, and vessel fluid enters the abdominal and chest cavities or in the pericardium. Local infections are also possible.

23.53 FeL viruses V 23.54 FI viruses V

Feline immune deficiency virus, also known as cat AIDS. This virus is mainly secreted in saliva and transmitted via bite wounds during fights. Since the virus destroys the immune system, infected cats are also more prone to “normal” illnesses. Particularly frequent signs for the presence of a cat AIDS infection are inflammation of the gums, wounds which heal poorly, and chronic problems with the bladder.

23.55 Retroviruses

These viruses are omnipresent amongst vertebrates. They infect mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish: however, they are mainly very restricted very specifically to their host. HIV and HTLV-1 are known to cause illnesses in people.

23.56 Rotaviruses

An infection with these viruses results in gastroenteritis, also known as travellers’ diarrhoea. Rotaviruses are mainly transmitted via smear infections (faecal-oral) or via contaminated water (water contaminated with rotaviruses) and food. Although the viruses do not multiply in the respiratory tract, during the acute phase they can also be secreted via secretions from the respiratory tracts which makes it possible for them to be transmitted by air. The virus is very easily transmitted: only 10 particles of the virus suffice to infect a child. Infection is practically only possible from person to person.

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23.57 Rotaviruses (suis) V

Worldwide, rotaviruses cause more than 70% of serious cases of diarrhoea amongst people and animals and, hence, are the most frequent cause of intestinal infections. This pathogen is found particularly in pigs.

23.70 Wart frequencies, complete

Warts are predominantly caused by so-called papillom viruses, of which there are over 100 different types. One exception is seborrhoeic warts, whose cause remains unclarified. After an incubation time of a few days through to several months, they develop on the surface of the skin as slightly raised growths. Warts can occur practically anywhere on the body: however, they are mainly found on the hands and the feet. Depending on which part of the body warts occur and their appearance, they are divided into the following:

23.71 Seborrhoeic warts

It is currently unclear how they arise. Found all over the body.

23.72 Molluscums contagiosum

Also known as “swimming pool warts”. These are not actually warts, although they resemble them. They are little lumps the size of a pin head to that of a pea, with smooth, frequently shiny surface. They usually have a dent in the middle, and occur all over the body, particularly on the arms, hands, fingers and the upper body. In contrast to other warts of the molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV) from the family of poxvirida, a double-stranded DNA virus (dsDNA), they are caused by smear infection or contact infection.

23.73 Condolymas

These occur on the genitals and in the anal region, and are transmitted during sexual intercourse.

23.74 Flat warts

Also known as “flat warts”. Flat, round or multi-cornered growths, usually soft, skin coloured to yellowish-grey or even brown with a diameter of between 1 and 5mm. Its surface is usually dull and finely spotted. They can occur anywhere on the body: however, they are mostly seen on the face or the wrists, the backs of the hands and fingers, or on the outer parts of the lower arms. Infection is via smear infection.

23.75 Verrucas

An unpleasant form of the wart is the sole or pinhead wart. Its aculeiform character can cause extreme pain when walking.

23.76 Juvenile warts

A further form of warts is juvenile warts, whose form is flat. It is usually children that are affected by this type of wart.

23.77 Flat warts

Filiform growths, especially on the face. They are transmitted via smear infection.

23.78 Common warts

Also known under the names common wart and simple warts. These occur particularly frequently on the hands, the fingers, the edges of nails and on the soles of the feet.

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23.79 Warts N.N. warts recurrent

Recurrent warts. These are warts whose pathogens have not been clearly classified.

23.80 Other viruses, complete 23.81 Viruses N.N.

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Description

24.00 Parasites, complete

This program contains all parasites from the program groups 24 and 25.

24.05 Parasites I, complete

This contains all parasites from the program group 24.

24.10 Hookworms, complete 24.11 Ancylostoma brasiliense

Hookworm, which occurs mainly in cats and dogs. As a parasite, it colonises the intestines. Can also infect people via larvae which bore their way into the skin: perorale infection is also possible. In animals, the infection can be transmitted via the motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s milk (lactogen). Symptoms: anaemia, weight loss, diarrhoea, pneumonia, changes to the skin.

24.12 Ancylostoma caninum 24.13 Gyrodactylus

A genus of flatworm from the class of hookworms.

24.20 Eelworms/intestinal roundworms/ pinworms compl. 24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

Ascaris worms belong to the threadworms. Infections in people and animals are via the consumption of eggs from the environment. Symptoms: cough, fever, asthmatic attacks, intestinal and gall-bladder ailments are possible.

24.22 Dirofilaria immitis (heart worm)

A threadworm which is the pathogen of the heartworm disease in dogs. The infectious third-stage larva is transmitted by mosquitoes. The heartworm develops from the larva. Symptoms: conditional problems, heart problems.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

This parasitical threadworm is the most frequent intestinal helminth, occurs globally. Both animals and people can become infected.

24.24 Haemonchus contortus

A threadworm which mainly infests small ruminants. It is ingested orally by the animals and, consequently, parasitical gastritis occurs. Symptoms: intestinal problems, diarrhoea, anaemia.

24.25 Loa loa

A threadworm also known as eye worm and Loa. The parasite is the pathogen of loaiasis (Calabar swellings). During its migration through the organism, it also appears in the eye. It is transmitted percutaneously by horseflies of the genus chrysops.

24.26 Macracanthorhynchus

Acanthocephala. The parasite lives in the intestines. Infections can occur via ingesting infested larvae or larvae from the soil. Symptoms: diarrhoea, intestinal bleeding.

24.27 Onchocerca volvulus (tumor)

Threadworm and pathogen of river blindness.

24.28 Enterobius worms

Also maggot, threadworm or seat worm. The parasitical threadworm is the most frequent intestinal helminth, occurs globally. It affects both people and animals. The infected eggs of the pathogen are ingested orally or inhaled. Symptoms: extreme itchiness in the anal region.

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24.29 Passalurus ambiguus

Rabbit worm. This is a species of roundworm which mainly colonises the intestines of rabbits. Symptoms: anaemia, intestinal problems, weight loss.

24.30 Stephanurus dentalus

Also known as kidney worm. Belongs to the family of threadworms.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

These pathogens belong to the strongyloid threadworms. Pathogen of strongyloidiasis. The infection is transmitted percutaneously via larvae, directly in the host. Symptoms: itchy skin, inflammation of the skin, breathing difficulties, vomiting and bloody diarrhoea. 24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle): parasitical threadworms. Infection is oral, e.g. by consuming minced pork or uncooked pork. The illness is known as trichinosis. Symptoms: stomachache, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.

24.33 Trichuris sp.

Whipworm. The pathogen belongs to threadworms, the illness is known as trichuriasis. This is a gastro-intestinal complaint. Infection occurs following the oral ingestion of eggs containing larvae. Symptoms: vomiting, diarrhoea, anaemia.

24.40 Haarw端rmer gesamt 24.41 Capillaria hepatica (Leber)

A hairworm which lives in the liver of mammals. Secreted eggs of rodents are a potential source of infection. Symptoms: epigastric complaints, enlargement of the liver.

24.50 Saugw端rmer/Egel gesamt 24.51 Clonorchis sinensis

Chinese fluke. Belongs to the trematoda. Definitive hosts are fisheating mammals (cats) and man. Symptoms: epigastric complaints, liver complaints.

24.52 Cryptocotyle

Trematode. Infection via the consumption of raw fish. Symptoms: diarrhoea, vomiting, gastro-intestinal problems.

24.53 Echinostoma revolutum

A flatworm or leech which lives as an intestinal parasite in birds.

24.54 Eurytrema pancreaticum

Trematode or leech. Mainly found in the area of the pancreas.

24.55 Fasciola hepatica

Liver fluke. Via consumption of watercress, plant stalks or blades of grass, the larvae enter the organism of man or animal. Following consumption, they migrate to the liver, where the problems start to develop. Symptoms: Epigastric complaints, gastro-intestinal problems, liver insufficiency, anaemia, increased body temperature.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

Intestinal fluke. The infection occurs via the consumption of water plants such as water chestnuts or water spinach. Manchurian wild rice, eaten raw, is frequently infected with the pathogen. Symptoms: epigastric complaints, digestive problems, fever.

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24.57 Fischoedrius elongatus

Also known under the name of Opisthorchis felineus.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongatus

A worm that can be found in the stomachs of sheep and cattle.

24.59 Hasstile sig. tricolor

Rabbit leech.

24.60 Metagonimus Yokogawai

Consumption of bladder worms: the leech migrates to the intestines. Symptoms: problems in the digestive tract, diarrhoea, anaemia.

24.61 Paragonimus Westermani

Lungworm. A tremadote which, as a parasite, infects people and mammals. It is the pathogen of paragonimiasis. An oral infection is caused by raw shellfish. Most frequently, the leech becomes encapsulated in the lung. Symptoms: fever, coughing, epigastric complaints. If it migrates to the brain, epilepsy is possible.

24.62 Prosthogonimus macro.

This pathogen belongs to the trematoda. Oral ingestion is via the pond snail. It is mainly chickens which are affected. Symptoms: inflammation of the cloacae and of the Fallopian tubes.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

Bilharzia worm. Pathogen of the schistosomiasis. Infection is via contaminated water or snails. Depending on the species, it is mainly the intestine or the bladder of the organism which is affected. Symptoms: fever, cough, headache, enlargement of the liver or the spleen.

24.64 Schistosoma masoni

See above

24.65 Urocleidus

A trematode which attaches itself to the gills of the white perch.

24.80 Tapeworms, complete 24.81 Echinococcus granulosus

Three-membered dog tapeworm. Infections in humans are via the peroral ingestion of the eggs. In the liver and lung, large blisters filled with fluid are formed from the eggs. Carcinoma-like metastasises can frequently be found in the liver.

24.82 Echinococcus multicolaris

Fox tapeworm, see above

24.83 Taenia pisiformis

A tapeworm which mainly infects dogs, foxes and cats.

24.84 Taenia saginata

Beef tapeworm. Also occurs in the human organism. Cattle function as an intermediate host.

24.85 Taenia solium

Pork tapeworm also occurs in the human organism. The pig functions as an intermediate host.

25.05 Parasites II, complete

This contains all parasites from the program group 25.

25.10 Protozoa, complete

Protozoa are protozoon with a nucleus and cell organelles. Many protozoa have flagella which are used for movement purposes. They are very adaptable in various living conditions. Amoeba, for instance, are able to constantly change their shape.

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Description

25.11 Balantidia

Parasites which colonise the mucous membrane of the intestine and destroy it.

25.12 Balantidium coli

A single-celled organism which occurs in the digestive tract of animals. Rarely, they also infect people. Symptoms: diarrhoea, intestinal bleeding.

25.13 Besnoitia (lung)

Single-celled organisms. Pathogen of besnoitiosis. This is an ailment of the skin, hypodermis, mucous membrane and other tissues. Symptoms: swelling of the lymph nodes, subcutaneous swelling, miscarriages, infertility, diarrhoea.

25.14 Blepharisma

Blepharisma japonicum is a single-celled organism and belongs to the group of ciliates. It is found in stagnant stretches of water.

25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat)

A parasite which is found in both people and animals. It lives in the appendix and in the colon. Symptoms: diarrhoea.

25.16 Chilomonas

A genus of cryptophyts. These are single-celled, microscopically small algae which occur in fresh and sea water. They move with the aid of two flagella through the water and can be coloured red, blue or brown.

25.17 Coccidia (suis) V

Coccidia are microscopically small, spore-forming, single-celled parasites which infect the intestinal tract of animals. Coccidia are obligate intracellular parasites: this means that they live and reproduce within one cell. Coccidiosis is the name of the illness which is caused by the coccidia infection. Possible sources of infection are contaminated faeces or swallowing infected tissue. Bloody diarrhoea is a classic symptom of the illness.

25.18 Coccidia (canis) V

See above: particularly young animals with weakened immune systems are infected by these parasites.

25.19 Dientamoeba fragilis

A widespread parasite of the colon. Symptoms: if the host organism is weakened, diarrhoea and epigastric complaints can occur.

25.20 Encephalitozoon cuniculi V

Encephalitozoon cuniculi (earlier, also known as Nosema cuniculi) is an obligate inter-cellular parasitical, single-celled organisms which live in the kidney, brain and other organs. It belongs to the microsporoses: however, the precise, systematic position of this parasite has not been definitively clarified. It is the pathogen of encephalitozoonosis, a disease which occurs mainly in rabbits, old world mice and canines, which can also be transmitted to people suffering from immunodeficiency.

25.21 Endolimax nana

Type of amoeba in the colon.

25.22 Endolimax tropica

Type of amoeba in the colon.

25.23 Entamoeba coli trophozoi

A species of amoeba found in the gastro-intestinal tract.

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25.24 Entamoeba gingivalis

Can be found in the gingival pockets of the teeth. Results in gum diseases. Transmitted by kissing or by using the same cutlery.

25.25 Entamoeba histolytica tro.

Cause of amoebic dysentery (a type of diarrhoea).

25.26 Giardia lamblia (troph.)

This parasite is the pathogen of giardiasis in people: however, it also affects mammals and birds. The infection spreads via contaminated surface water or via contact with flies. Symptoms: swollen belly, pressure pain in the area of the navel, diarrhoea, weight loss.

25.27 Iodamoeba b端tschlii

Amoeba that live in the colon.

25.28 Iodamoeba b端tschlii tropica

Amoeba that live in the colon.

25.29 Leishmania brasiliensis

Pathogen of visceral leishmaniasis, cutaneous leishmaniasis, mucocutaneous leishmaniasis. The pathogens multiply in the blood of macrophages. They are also known as intercellular parasites. The pathogens are transmitted by psychodidae (phlebotomidae).

25.30 Leishmania donovani

See above

25.31 Leishmania mexicana

See above

25.32 Leishmania tropica

See above

25.33 Leucocytozoon

This pathogen is transmitted percutaneously via bites from blackflies. It is mainly birds which are affected. In the leucocytes, the parasites migrate through the entire organism.

25.34 Myxobolus cerebralis

Pathogen of coenurosis in trout. The intermediate host is tubifex, a mud worm which lives in the mud in the bottom of ponds.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

Pathogen of PAME (Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis), purulent meningitis. Infection comes from bathing in polluted stretches of water. It is via the nasal mucous membranes that the pathogens get into the organism. Symptoms: fever, nausea, vomiting, stiff neck.

25.36 Plasmodium cynomolgi

Belongs to the genus of sporozoa. Pathogens of this genus cause malarial illnesses, amongst other things. The pathogen is transmitted via mosquitoes. Symptoms: fever, in phases, anaemia, seizures.

25.37 Plasmodium falciparum

See above

25.38 Plasmodium vivax

See above

25.39 Sarcocystis

Sarcosporidia are parasites of the muscles and the intestines. The pathogens can be found in the musculature of cattle and pig. The animals are infected via contaminated fodder. It is by consuming infected meat that the pathogens also enter the organism of people. They colonise the small intestine. Symptoms: vomiting, diarrhoea, fever.

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25.40 Toxoplasma gondii

Pathogen of toxoplasmosis. Infection is oral via cat faeces, infected meat from sheep and pigs. It can cause symptoms of the central nervous system, gait disturbances, diarrhoea and vomiting in cats. In people, the symptoms of an infection are rather inconspicuous, similar to colds. Complications to the infection only occur during pregnancy: the unborn child could be harmed.

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

Pathogen of trichomoniasis. The single-celled organism lives on mucous membranes (particularly in the genital area) of people: the source of infection is direct contact between people.

25.42 Trypanosoma brucei

Pathogen of the Chagasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; disease and sleeping sickness. Infection is percutaneous, via insects that sting and bite. Symptoms: fever, swelling of the lymph nodes, pains in the arms and legs.

25.43 Trypanosoma cruzi (brain)

See above

25.44 Trypanosoma equip.

See above

25.45 Tryanosoma gambiense

See above

25.46 Trypanosoma lewisi

See above

25.47 Trypanosoma rhodesiens

See above

25.60 Mites / ticks, complete

Mites belong to the family of arachnida. There are around 50,000 known species. As parasites, several of them cause problems for both people and animals. For example the dust mites whose secretions can cause allergies. Or the mange mites which can cause mange or scratches (skin illnesses) to develop. A suborder of the mite is the so-called tick which is feared as the carrier of CEE and borreliosis.

25.61 Acarus siro

The flour mite is seen as a pest of stored food. The ingredients of foodstuffs undergo negative changes when infested by mites.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

By secreting these mites, allergic symptoms and, for instance asthma, can occur.

25.63 Demodex canis V

In the event of a heavy incidence or in the case of a weakened immune system, this mite causes canine demodicosis, a parasitical skin disease in dogs. It can be localised or affect the whole body. In older animals, demodicosis only occurs in conjunction with disorders of the immune system. In young animals, the cause of the disease has not yet been fully clarified. Deomicosis usually starts with hair loss, and without itchiness. Later on, a bacterial secondary infection can cause skin changes, through to suppurating dermatitis (pyodermia).

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (hair follicle

In dogs with a weakened immune system, a typical skin disease occurs (see

mite)

above). Generally, it is harmless in people.

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Parasites Program-no.

Description

25.65 Neotrombicula autumnalis (harvest

This parasite belongs to the class of arachnids. Their larvae live as parasites,

mite) V

they mainly infest mice, but also dogs, domestic cats, people and other mammals. The grass mite is also known as the autumn grass mite, harvest mite, hay mite, autumn louse and grass louse. The mitesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; larvae cause trombiculiasis. Itchiness, reddening of the skin and itchy wheals (similar to mosquito bites, but in larger numbers) occur.

25.66 Notoedres cati V

A species of mite which, as a parasite, colonises the skin on the heads of cats, causing so-called head mange. The pathogens can also occasionally be transmitted to people (pseudo-mange) or ear mange such as in hedgehogs.

25.67 Ornithonyssus (bird mite)

This ectoparasite is mainly found in birds: however, people and birds can also be infected. Bacteria, viruses and blood parasites are transmitted by the mites. Symptoms: severe itchiness.

25.68 Sarcoptes scabei (scabies)

This pathogen belongs to the genus of mites. It lives as a parasite on the skin of mammals, where it makes bore holes on the epidermis. The so-called sarcoptic mange in mammals is known as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;mangeâ&#x20AC;? when a person is infected with it. Symptoms: itchiness, formation of scabs on the skin.

25.80 Other parasites, complete 25.81 Echinoporyphium recurvatum

A leech suspected of parasitizing the pancreas.

25.82 Hypodereum conoideum

Parasitical worms.

25.83 Stigeoclonium

A green alga.

25.84 Troglodytella abrasseri 25.85 Blood parasites 25.86 Pneumocystis carinii

According to a generally accepted definition, an ascomycota (see 27.8127.82). Due to the frequency spectrum, we classify it as a parasite from an energetic point of view.

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Fungi Program-no.

Description

26.00 Fungi, complete

This program contains all fungi from the program groups 26 and 27.

26.05 Fungi I, complete

This contains all fungi from the program group 26.

26.10 Mould fungi, complete 26.11–26.25

Moulds occur almost everywhere. As a rule, the spores can be found in the air. If mould spores occur in large quantities, they can cause allergies in certain cases. Moulds and their spores can result in serious illnesses in people and animals with a weakened immune system.

26.40 Mould fungus toxines, complete 26.41–26.45 Mould fungus toxines (myco-

Under certain conditions, such as the optimum temperature, appropriate

toxins)

humidity, adequate food supply and in appropriate development phases of fungi, mycotoxins are formed. Emitted into indoor air, they can result in unspecific health problems, amongst other things. Headache, pains in the arms and legs, irritation or inflammation of the mucous membrane, increased susceptibility to infections are possible. If these mycotoxins are consumed via food, food poisoning can occur.

27.05 Fungi II, complete

This contains all fungi from the program group 27.

27.10 Yeast fungus, complete 27.11–27.31 Yeast fungus

Like many other micro-organisms, yeast fungi are part of a healthy body flora. However, should yeast fungi suddenly multiply uninhibited, they present a danger for the healthy organism: infections result. Such an impediment to the balance can, for example, be caused by taking anti-biotics or by a chronic disease such as diabetes mellitus. In the case of a yeast fungus infection (candidiasis), large numbers of fungi infect the mucous membranes of the organism, mainly in warm and humid places. Yeast fungi are transmitted by direct contact (sexual intercourse) or by contact with contaminated objects (towels).

27.50 Filamentous fungi / dermatophytes, dimorphic fungi, complete 27.50 Filamentous fungi / dermatophytes,

Dermatophytes are hyphomycetes which cause a specific fungal infection

dimorphic fungi

of the skin (dermatophytosis). The fungi nest in the top layer of the skin, and feed from the keratin from the dead skin cells. Several fungi are also able to remove keratin from the skin themselves. The organism reacts by means of inflammation of the skin. Changes to the skin (perfectly circular), trichoclasia or hair loss are visible signs of an infection. Dermatophytes can be transmitted via contact between people or between animal and a person. Contact with contaminated objects (shoes in the case of athlete’s foot) can also result in an infection.

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Fungi Program-no.

Description

27.70 Mycetozoa, complete 27.71â&#x20AC;&#x201C;27.73 Mycetozoa

Slime moulds can be found in different places: in piles of leaves or brushwood, compost heaps, grass, dead plant components and moss. Various species only occur during the spring thaw in the mountains. They are neither animal nor plant, however they are not a true fungus either.

27.80 Ascomycota, complete 27.81â&#x20AC;&#x201C;27.82 Ascomycota

Ascomycota are responsible for numerous infections in humans and animals. However, they are also used in the field of medicine and in the production of food. Health problems occur when they are directly ingested: the symptoms range from reactions in the gastro-intestinal tract through to hallucinations.

27.90 Other fungi, complete 27.91 Tryptophanum

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Appendix IV: Use of bioresonance for detoxification purposes 11

Living nature functions exclusively by means of intelligent

multifarious reactions, such as a cold, bronchitis, eczema,

regulation, and never by means of the control of its systems.

ulcers, diarrhoea, perspiration, etc. therefore arise, as does

In the sense of correctly understood natural healing which,

the body’s endeavour to detoxify itself.

according to my observations and my experiences, also includes bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt, control-

Hippocrates of Kos ca. 460 BC on the Greek Aegean island

ling therapy is not necessary and hence does not need to be

of Kos, † ca. 370 BC in Larissa, Thessaly, is considered the

carried out. Naturally, this does not apply to the treatment

most famous physician from Antiquity. He described this in

of acute illnesses and emergencies! Therapy should always

the following words:

be designed such that the organism is always free to react, or that reactivity is further improved.

Illnesses do not come to us out the blue. They are developed from daily sins against Nature. When enough sins have

In developing the RAH detoxification programs, the real

accumulated, illnesses will suddenly appear.

objective was to rectify a dysfunction of the inner regulation. This type of therapy and this approach to illness are

Philippus Theophrastus Aureolus Bombast von Hohen-

what make the RAH detoxification programs so unique.

heim, baptised Theophrastus Bombast von Hohenheim,

From the point of view of natural healing, the organ’s

known as Paracelsus, * probably on 10 November 1493 in

function and the organ itself bear the following relation-

Egg, close to Einsiedeln; † 24 September 1541 in Salzburg,

ships. Nature doesn’t recognise organs – it only recognises

was a physician, alchemist, astrologist, mystic, lay theolo-

functions. The function always uses the organ as its tool.

gian and philosopher. He continues this line of thought. He further points out that the powers of good health lie within

This was the intellectual starting point for all RAH detoxi-

man himself, describing it thus:

fication programs. In all RAH detoxification programs, care was taken to ensure that, first of all, the relevant organ

Nature is the first physician: man the second.

is stimulated and/or its reactivity is improved. The diversion, removal and detoxification via the relevant organ or

Thomas Sydenham, 10 September 1624 in Wynford Eagle

system of organs or the entire regulation cycle, such as is

close to Dorchester, Dorset; † 29 December 1689 in London,

the case with program RAH 31.53, is the second pillar of

was an English physician. He is also known as the “English

this basic concept. The third pillar is the protection of the

Hippocrates”. Amongst other works, Sydenham presented a

organ against the ensuing toxins to be secreted.

series of classic descriptions of infectious diseases. It is in 1686 that he first describes chorea minor, named after him.

Earlier, therapists saw the cause of many illnesses in the

He first described the differences between rheumatism and

accumulation of unwanted substances in the body. These

gout in his works in 1683. Sydenham says:

toxins can be of an exogenous type, i.e. coming from the outside, or of an endogenous type, i.e. formed by the

The illness is nothing apart from the endeavours of nature

organism itself. Initially, these toxins poison the blood, then

which, in order to keep the ill person, does its very best to free

the so-called matrix, or basic substance, of the body. These

the patient from the pathogenic substances.

toxins prevent the harmonious functions of the organism. This results in various defensive reactions, since the body

Yoshimasu Tōdō * 1702 in Yamaguchi, province of

endeavours to liberate itself from toxic substances. The

Aki (corresponds approximately to the present-day:

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Hashimoto-chō, Naka-ku, Hiroshima); † 1773 in Heian-kyō,

That illness is the expression of biologically suitable defence

Kyōto) was the first-born son of the surgeon and

processes against exogenous and endogenous toxins. This

obstetrician Hatakeyama Shigemune. His first name was

is what he calls homotoxins. As a result, good health is the

Tamenori, yet he was called Shūsuke. Later, he changed his

state of being free of homotoxins or of damage caused by

surname to that of his birthplace Hiroshima in Yoshimasu,

homotoxins.

and his first name to the place of residence of his most significant supporter and friend, Yamawaki Toyo in Tōdō.

In 1976, Paul Schmidt and his discoveries take the first step

Due to his legendary successes, Yoshimasu became one of

towards treating people by applying exclusively vibrational

the most famous physicians and medical scientists in Japan,

medicine or information or bio-information.

and is considered the leading authority of kampo medicine of his time. His Yoshima formula for weight reduction is

The treatment methods, including the RAH detoxification

well-know, for instance.

programs, which resulted from these ways of looking at things, hence comprise helping the body to free itself from

In line with the then generally accepted expert medical

the harmful substances. As an integral concept, the supply

opinion that illnesses arise as the result of a dysfunctional

of toxins – including those in food – is to be regulated in

energy cycle, he considered toxins from the outside as the

order to make the source of the harmful substances dry up.

trigger of a “systemic imbalance” which can be rebalanced by using medicine as an antidote.

This clear and simple logic – reflected in the main therapy points of prevention by means of removal, detoxification,

Hahnemann discovers homoeopathy. Initial suggestion of

regulation and immune modulation, by means of the treat-

medicine of bio-information. The materials of an active

ment of simple acute illnesses by improving symptoms and

agent cannot be proven in highly diluted homoeopathic

boosting the immune system and by means of the treatment

remedies.

of chronic illnesses by immune modulation, the strengthening of organs and metabolism activation – has relieved

Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg * 9 May 1905 in Herford / Prussi-

and healed sick people for centuries. These main aspects of

an province of Westphalia, † 13 June 1985 in Baden-Baden,

therapy maintain their value.

founder of homotoxology, a modification and further development of homoeopathy. Along with the Austrian

The specific compilation of the RAH detoxification programs

physician Pischinger, he is one of the first to point out the

does justice to these connections. This further increases the

importance of the matrix or of the pluripotent tissue known

value of all treatments by using bioresonance therapy.

as the extracellular space or Pischinger space. Reckeweg continues this idea through to illness and health, postulating:

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Mesenchyme – cell – milieu  or physical milieu There is an ideal compilation of the matrix, of the inner

dysfunctions and other various biochemical reactions, as

milieu, which guarantees the good functioning of the

well as in the immune system such as the white blood

organism. Any too-large quantitative or qualitative devia-

corpuscle.

tion from the constitution of the physical milieu results in illness.

The diagnosis and the therapy reflect the correctness of the above in that, for all illnesses, we can observe the 3 phases

If, as the result of excess food or the ingestion of alcohol or

of secretion, deposition and degeneration.

medication, the physical milieu is exceptionally overloaded

During the secretion phase, the organism is still in the

with toxins, this does not have any dramatic consequences,

position to help itself by means of secretion processes, such

since the body is able to detoxify itself in order to, in turn,

as by means of a cold or diarrhoea.

re-establish the ideal composition of the physical milieu. If, however, these deviations become commonplace, even

During the phase of deposition, due to the aforementioned

provoked daily, then the body’s ability to re-establish a

reasons, toxins have been deposited in the matrix since

healthy balance is quickly overtaxed. And so waste products

secretion is no longer possible. Either because the secretion

collect in the blood, for instance, and are deposited in the

organs are overworked, because their function has been

vascular walls. The diameter of the vessels is reduced. As

weakened, or because the influx of toxins is too great.

a result, the blood is concentrated – it thickens. Blood circulation becomes increasingly poorer, and the exchange

During phase 3, degeneration and all its feared conse-

between blood and the matrix and, hence, the cell itself,

quences occur. The vicariation effect describes the illness.

slows down and worsens. Waste products regularly eliminated from the cells collect in the tissues (excess substances)

Progressive vicariation: illnesses move from outside to

instead of quickly leaving the organism. The organs can no

inside, from less vital to vital organs. The prognosis is not

longer perform their work correctly (assimilation and dissi-

good.

milation). The liver and the kidneys are overworked in their cleaning of the bodily fluids. All processes are disturbed.

Regressive vicariation: illnesses move from inside to outside,

This is true at cell level, at organ level and in the matrix.

from vital to less vital organs. The prognosis is good.

These disturbances are manifested in the form of enzyme

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The harmful substances and influences or effects on man

Biological influences are those to which man is physiolo-

can be divided into:

gically subjected: these include fungi, bacteria, viruses and parasitical stresses.

• Physical influences, • Chemical influences,

On the whole, we underestimate psychological influences.

• Biological / physiological influences

The research results from the field of pyschoneuroim-

• Psychological influences.

munology indicate the relationship between the psyche, the nervous system and the immune system. Essentially, these

Physically harmful influences are, for instance, the climate,

are being overworked or underworked, a lack of the exertion

air conditioning and ventilation systems, lighting, noise,

of influence with regard to non-observance of individual

electrosmog, vibrations, ergonomics at work, colours in

intentions. A lack of communication – including between

your environment and, not least of all, geopathic stresses.

couples – harassment at work, private problems and, above all, any type of illness, can literally poison a person.

Chemically harmful influences are general pollution, solvents, biocides, formaldehyde, cleaning agents, dust / fine dust, ozone, carbon dioxide, VOC emissions (volatile organic compound) and odours.

The basic system of detoxification Lymphatic system

this reason that these systems react instinctively to stimu-

The anatomical structures are lymph nodes, lymph vessels

lation. A person enjoys good health when the organism

and lymphatic fluid. The special functional aspect of the

replies adequately to these stimuli. An allergy, for instance,

traditional medical view is that of a disposal system yet also

presents an inadequate stimulus response by intoxication.

of a supply system. The lymphatic system is the compensa-

The natural healing way of looking at things does not limit

tion system of the venous system. In the regulation cycle of

the vegetative nerve system to the sympathic nervous

life, therefore, each venous insufficiency causes lymphatic

system, the parasympathic nervous system and intramural

intoxication to start with. Hence, the RAH detoxification

system in its entirety as a neurovegetative system. Functio-

programs focus especially on the lymphatic system.

nally, it also belongs to the hormone system subordinate to the pituitary gland. It is the endocrine vegetative nerve

Vegetative nerve system

system. This endocrine vegetative nerve system regulates

All basic functions are regulated by the vegetative nerve

the aforementioned basic functions, i.e. breathing, the heart

system. This also applies to all eliminating, detoxifying

action, digestion, metabolism, secretion, the water balance,

processes. In the RAH detoxification programs, the main

tissue tone and the state of stimulation. For the develop-

focus is on ensuring a balanced, vegetative prevailing mood

ment of the RAH detoxification programs, I took guidance

in the organism. The vegetative nerve system represents

from the old, natural medical wisdom of “there is no illness

the functional unit of very different systems. These systems

with a normal state of stimulation”.

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Colloid system or the system of basic regulation

the liver, the bowels, the kidneys, the bladder, the uterus

The basic regulation takes place in the basic substance. The

in women, the urogential tract and the skin. This was then

basic substance is the end point or, depending on the way

followed by a practical compilation of the individual organs,

of looking at things, the starting point of all biorhythms,

systems of organs and regulation cycles (removal systems)

all formation and degradation processes, of the endocrine

in the RAH detoxification programs analogous to the embry-

system, the central nervous system, the blood system and of

onic blastodermic layers and gastrulation.

the lymphatic system. The basic regulation is the synthesis of basic substance, collagen and fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are

We have now been through the foundation of a cause-

the cells which occur in the connective tissue. They synthe-

orientated bioresonance therapy. By means of the detoxi-

sise the intercellular substance as well as the collagen and

fication programs of the RAH, we can positively stimulate

the proteoglycan. These proteoglyans are the filters in the

all detoxification and removal regulation cycles and all

matrix.

detoxification organs. We then act in line with an old Asian proverb which says:

Elimination systems For the sake of completeness, the individual elimination

If you want to chase the tiger (illness) from the house (body),

systems need to be mentioned. In the RAH detoxification

first of all you need to open all doors and windows (removal

programs, these systems are compiled in a functional-

systems and detoxification organs) before you nip him in the

ly practical manner. The systems are, individually, the ENT

tail (therapy). It usually then leaves of its own accord (good

mucous membranes, the mucous membranes, the saliva

health).

glands in the mouth, the lungs, the stomach, the pancreas,

The RAH detoxification programs In detail: RAH 31.50 The basic program contains the central frequency of detoxi-

regeneration. It is good to apply this program in the case

fication. It is a summary of all detoxification functions of

of deficiencies, in the event of acute illnesses and during

the body. Due to the complexity, the effectiveness is unspe-

convalescence.

cific. At the beginning of the treatment, it is considerably more gentle than the specific other RAH detoxification

RAH 31.52

programs. Very good for application on older people, very ill

Detoxification of the lymph system The lymphatic fluid

people and at the start of treatment.

could be described as the sister of blood. Cinderella, in a certain respect. It is via the lymphatic system that all waste

RAH 31.51

produced by the organism, from dead bacteria through

Detoxification of the blood system. The blood system is of

to waste metabolism products, is removed. The program

vital importance to all detoxification processes. The blood is

includes the protection of the system and improved

the central means of transport of material in the organism.

lymphatic drainage. It is the basic program of extracellular

The contents of the program include the improvement

detoxification.

of the flowing properties, improved blood formation and

performance at non-organic level.

Improvement

of

the

detoxification

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RAH 31.53

RAH 31.58

Detoxification of acidosis. Cases of acidosis arise from

Detoxification of the stomach. In addition to the skin, the

clogging up of the matrix. It is difficult to diagnose acidosis

stomach is the all-round genius when it comes to secre-

of the cell itself, especially if the matrix itself is not hypera-

tion. It secretes all types of acid. However, it also ensures

cidic. All substances of the healthy matrix are in solution. In

that enough buffer substances are available. The program

the case of hyperacidity, the substances are in a type of gel

aids both. Above all, it strengthens the stomach as an organ

status. They arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t available to the organism or, if they are,

itself. The program can be used in the event of both hyper-

only under difficult conditions. These tougher conditions

acidity and hypoacidity of the stomach.

are accompanied by an increased expenditure of energy. A symptom of hyperacidity is therefore chronic lethargy.

RAH 31.59

The Acidosis program covers both types of hyperacidity.

Detoxification of the pancreas. Functionally, the pancreas is

The program should only be used as part of the therapy

upstream of our most important detoxification organ, the

once the detoxification organs are working well. The use of

liver The main objective of this program is the protection of

RAYOBASE can also be considered at this point. Depending

the pancreas and the good functioning of the organ. Many

on the type of hyperacidity, it can be easily combined with

toxins are also secreted via the very alkaline pancreas. This

RAH programs 31.54 and 31.55.

program is helpful for all illnesses of the pancreas and the liver. In order to relieve the liver, the program can also be

RAH 31.54

used very harmoniously with program RAH 31.60 Detoxifi-

Detoxification, extracellular is a basic detoxification

cation of the liver.

program, and affects the entire matrix. It is always a good combination with all other detoxification programs.

RAH 31.60 Detoxification of the liver. Like all organ-related detoxifi-

RAH 31.55

cation programs, the main focus is on the protection of the

Detoxification, intracellular is the basic program for all

organ in the event of multiple detoxification. The liver makes

chronic illnesses, from rheumatism through to cancer. In

it possible to excrete all substances. The detoxification of

this case, intoxification has already infiltrated the cell. This

the liver program is the central detoxification program. It is

program is rarely used at the beginning of bioresonance

very suitable for the start of all types of therapy.

therapy. A good combination is to use it in conjunction with RAH 31.52 Detoxification of the lymphatic system.

RAH 31.61 Detoxification of the intestines. The intestines, especially

RAH 31.56

the colon, have practically limitless power when it comes to

Detoxification of mucous membranes. The mucous

detoxification. Acids, alkalis, water and minerals can all be

membranes are delimitating organs. The program strengthens

excreted. When creating program RAH 31.61 Detoxification

both the function and the mucous membrane itself. An

of the intestines, great attention was paid to the stimula-

extensive area of application is allergies which manifest

tion of the organ. Use throughout the duration of the thera-

themselves on the skin and the mucous membranes.

py is recommended, and it can be used again and again. It is very effective in the case of diarrhoea, intestinal mycosis

RAH 31.57

and colitis.

Detoxification of the lung. The lung is responsible for the elimination of gases, in particular the acidic carbon dioxide

RAH 31.62

and the ammonia from purine metabolism. This program

Detoxification of the kidney. The kidney is very thorough

is the little brother of program RAH 31.53 Detoxification

when it comes to detoxification, yet it is also extremely

of acidosis. The program actively protects the lung when,

sensitive. The kidney secretes highly toxic substances such

during detoxification, increased acid reduction occurs. It

as uric acid. Any stimulation of the kidney function and

can also be used as a component of asthma treatment.

kidney activity can damage the kidney by serious inflam-

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mation. That is why the main objective of this program is to

This program improves the skin function as such. The main

protect the organ that is the kidney. It can be used for all

focus is on the organ of the skin, since the skin frequently

chronic ailments.

only displays problems of other organs. It is of particular use in the case of allergies.

RAH 31.63 Detoxification of the bladder. Pimples on the skin and itchy

RAH 31.66

skin means that detoxification via the bladder has not be

Detoxification of endotoxins. This program has been

carried out correctly. In this case program 31.63 Detoxifica-

especially developed to optimise the detoxification cascades

tion of the bladder is to be used, especially for pruritus, acne

of the organism following acute illnesses, infections and

vulgaris, psoriasis and inflammation of the bladder.

operations. In a multiplied, improved condition, endotoxins are sent for secretion. It is particularly applicable following

RAH 31.64

each course of antibiosis and for treating allergies.

Detoxification female / female-specific. Menstruation gives women a great detoxification potential. This function is

RAH 31.67

limited at the start of the menopause. The main focus of

Detoxification of exotoxins. Via the detoxification cascades,

this program is to enable the transition to the menopause

the exotoxins in the organism are released and secreted.

without the need for hormone supplements or medication.

This is particularly true following acute illnesses and infections. It is recommended right after the removal of amalgam

RAH 31.65

from the teeth, and also as a non-specific detoxification

Detoxification of the skin. This program is the second side

program. It is suitable for use at the start of a treatment,

of the coin of program 31.63 Detoxification of the bladder.

since the reactivity of the patient manifests itself.

Sample therapy for selected illnesses Basically, all RAH detoxification programs can be used at

The following are recommended as detoxification programs

any phase of an illness (humoral phase, matrix phase and

during the humoral phases:

cellular phase). The program compilation predestines many RAH detoxification programs for the appropriate phases.

RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program

This can be the clue behind successful treatment. It isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a

RAH 31.51 Detoxification blood system

statement about the value of a RAH detoxification program.

RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system

The value / effectiveness manifests itself on the patient

RAH 31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular

during the treatment. All RAH detoxification programs can

RAH 31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

be easily combined with each other.

RAH 31.67 Detoxification of exotoxins

Illnesses progress from the humoral phase through the matrix phase, right through to the cellular phase.

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RAH 31.53 Detoxification acidosis

RAH 31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular

RAH 31.55 Detoxification intra-cellular

or

RAH 31.57 Detoxification lung

RAH 31.67 Detoxification of exotoxins

RAH 31.64 Detoxification female / female-specific

and 2. RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system

The following are recommended as detoxification programs

and

during the humoral phases:

3. RAH 31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

RAH 31.53 Detoxification acidosis

A cause-oriented treatment of an acute urinary tract infection could take on the following sample program compila-

Sample therapies and possible approaches, paying special

tion:

attention to the RAH detoxification programs: Organ strengthening acute, not chronic urinary tract infection

RAH 01.30 Pre-control, RAH 02.17 Bladder meridian,

The illness is in the humoral phase stage. Hence, possible

RAH 07.22 Zinc,

RAH detoxification programs are:

RAH 21.14 Colon bacillus (In 80% of all cases, gram-negative bacilli from the intesti-

RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program

nal flora are associated with an acute urinary tract infection,

RAH 31.51 Detoxification blood system

but also gram-positive cocci, mycoplasma, urea plasma,

RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system

yeasts, chlamydia and viruses).

RAH 31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular RAH 31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

Modulation of the immune system

RAH 31.67 Detoxification of exotoxins

RAH 35.10 Increased defences, basic program

Since the illness in the humoral phase has progressed to the

Detoxification

inflammation phase,

RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program

program RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system is particu-

RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system

larly appealing.

RAH 31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

The specific program for the urinary tract infection is program RAH 31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes.

Therapy damage caused by medication

2-3 detoxification programs usually suffice for one therapy

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

session.

RAH 30.40 Organelles, total RAH 34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The possible therapy settings for the RAH detoxification

RAH 35.10 Increased defences, basic program

programs for the treatment of an acute urinary tract infec-

RAH 65.10 Female hormone balance basic regulation, or

tion are:

RAH 65.20 Male hormone balance basic regulation RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program

1. RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program or RAH 31.51 Detoxification blood system or

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Removal of the relevant toxins by means of bioresonance


Recurrent virus infections

RAH 35.11 Increase of non-specific defence RAH 35.12 Increase of specific defence

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

RAH 31.10 ATP production overall

RAH 30.40 Organelles, total

RAH 54.10 Central nervous system, total

RAH 31.10 ATP production overall

RAH 45.80 Boosting diuresis (dehydration)

RAH 22.05 Viruses I, total

RAH 33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the utilisation

RAH 23.05 Viruses II, total

RAH 34.00 Immune system physiology, total

RAH 35.10 Increased defences, basic program

RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program

RAH 36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, total RAH 31.50 Detoxification basic program Chronic eczema Precanceroses

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total RAH 30.40 Organelles, total

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

RAH 30.41 Endoplasmic reticulum

RAH 30.40 Organelles, total

RAH 31.65 Detoxification skin

RAH 30.41 Endoplasmic reticulum

RAH 31.63 Detoxification bladder

RAH 30.42 Mitochondria

RAH 31.62 Detoxification kidney

RAH 30.43 Golgi apparatus

RAH 62.10 Skin, total

RAH 30.44 Ribosomes

RAH 44.10 Kidney, total

RAH 30.45 Lysosomes / lysozymes

RAH 35.20 Allergy, total

RAH 31.50â&#x20AC;&#x201C;31.67 Detoxification programs (following

RAH 30.20 Cell membrane

testing or related to the relevant organ) RAH physiology of the tested organ, e.g. 45.00 Kidney RAH 31.25 ATP production lymph

Asthma bronchial

RAH 32.20 Leucocytes total RAH 35.10 Increased defences, basic program

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

RAH 36.50 Thymus

RAH 31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

RAH 36.60 Spleen

RAH 31.67 Detoxification of exotoxins RAH 31.55 Detoxification intra-cellular RAH 31.53 Detoxification acidosis

Toxic liver damage

RAH 31.57 Detoxification lung RAH 31.81 Scarring

RAH 31.60 Detoxification liver RAH 31.59 Detoxification pancreas RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

Bronchitis

RAH 30.40 Organelles, total RAH 48.10 Liver, total

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total RAH 34.00 Immune system physiology, total RAH 31.55 Detoxification intra-cellular

Migraines

RAH 31.57 Detoxification lung RAH 35.10 Increased defences

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

RAH 31.80 Open wounds / wound healing

RAH 30.41 Endoplasmic reticulum

RAH 07.22 Zinc

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Duodenal ulcer and gastric ulcer

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total RAH 30.40 Organelles, total

RAH 35.10 Increased defences

RAH 30.41 Endoplasmic reticulum

RAH 31.80 Open wounds / wound healing

RAH 30.42 Mitochondria

RAH 07.22 Zinc

RAH 30.43 Golgi apparatus

RAH 33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the utilisation

RAH 30.44 Ribosomes

RAH 33.55 Inflammation of bone marrow

RAH 30.45 Lysosomes

RAH 30.00 Cell and tissue, physiology, total

RAH 31.52 Detoxification lymph system

RAH 30.42 Mitochondria

RAH 37.13 Lymphatic drainage disorder

RAH 54.00 Nervous system physiology, total RAH 64.00 Hormone system physiology, total RAH 20.00-21.96 Bacteria (following testing)

Allergy RAH 35.20 Allergy, total

Arthrosis

RAH 36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, total RAH 44.10 Kidney, total

RAH 35.10 Increased defences

RAH 31.10 ATP production overall

RAH 31.80 Open wounds / wound healing

RAH 31.62 Detoxification kidney

RAH 07.22 Zinc RAH 33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the utilisation RAH 33.55 Inflammation of bone marrow

Gout

RAH 53.53 Arthrosis RAH 65.10 Female hormone balance basic regulation

RAH 51.10 Gout

or

Can also be used:

RAH 65.20 Male hormone balance basic regulation

RAH 33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the utilisation RAH 33.55 Inflammation of bone marrow RAH 31.10 ATP production overall

Lymphatic diathesis / lymphatisum

RAH 30.42 Mitochondria RAH 31.62 Detoxification kidney

RAH 35.10 Increased defences RAH 31.80 Open wounds / wound healing RAH 07.22 Zinc RAH 33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the utilisation RAH 33.55 Inflammation of bone marrow

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Summary Anamnesis is the be-all and end-all of any treatment. Via

Detoxification is the very first step towards healing, since

testing, via the RAH, we gain a sharper view of our patients.

a sick cell or basic function can only recover in a healthy

From both a diagnostic and a therapeutic point of view, this

environment. Treatment of the matrix is hence indispensa-

gives us an inestimable lead in the cause-orientated detec-

ble with the RAH detoxification programs.

tion of illnesses. The living conditions of the patient are

Treat the pillars of the therapy creatively â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for the well-

always important, as is his or her family situation, earlier

being of your patients.

illnesses, vaccinations, habits and modalities. The entire therapy using RAH is based on three equally important

Gerhard G. RĂśgele, HP

pillars. One pillar is the strengthening of the ill organ, the other pillar is the improvement and aid of the defences for the organism, and the third pillar is detoxification.

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Appendix V: The new analysis support by means of test protocols 12

The idea behind the test protocols was born in the

20. 65.60 Menopause symptoms

non-medical school of the Paul Schmidt Akademie. There,

21. 67.30 Endometriosis

one of the things students learn is which organ structures and regulation areas are to be taken into consideration for

For each of these 21 test protocols, there is a very detailed

which illnesses. This also applies to energetic testing using

description of why the appropriate program should be taken

the RAH. Hence in the case of hypertension (high blood

into consideration for the illness at hand. The assignment

pressure), for instance, the kidney has to be taken into

and the description of the areas to be individually tested are

consideration since it produces the enzyme renin, which

the work of the principal of the Paul Schmidt Akademie, Ms

increases blood pressure. Or the hormone system, since

HP Bettina Shipper, herself a member of the RAH panel of

it has an enormous influence on metabolism and blood

experts, and lecturer of such.

pressure. It is precisely these links that the new analysis support takes into consideration. If, for instance, you select

The structure of the following test protocols is orientated

the frequency structure of the RAH program 39.60 Hyper-

towards the cause-orientated structure of bioresonance

tension, at the touch of a button you can have the device

according to Paul Schmidt. First of all the energetics are

display the RAH programs linked to the symptoms. This can

tested, e.g. the vitalisation and the Meridians associated

exceed 50 different areas in some cases. In the program

with the target illness. There then follows a suggestion

version available since April 2011 for the Rayocomp PS

of the possible causal influences, starting with e-smog,

1000 polar and the Rayocomp PS 10, 21 sets of symptoms

through deficiencies, right through to harmful substances.

are already supported to allow extensive energetic tests.

Then, a test of the pathogens associated with the illness is recommended (created by Ms HP Schußmann and Dr

 1. 35.20 Allergy, total

Schußmann). Then the relevant ATP programs by Dr Yayama

 2. 39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

from Japan. There then follows the extensive area of

 3. 43.20 Asthma bronchial

programs pertaining to physiology and pathology. This is

 4. 45.35 Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder)

followed by a recommended test of the relevant detoxifica-

 5. 47.20 Gastritis, acute

tion programs developed by Mr HP Rögele.

 6. 47.30 Gastritis, chronic  7. 47.50 Crohn’s disease

These test protocols (see Appendix V for more detailed

 8. 47.60 Ulcerative colitis

information) create a guide for both the analysis and the

 9. 51.40 Diabetes mellitus

harmonisation process with the RAH. A further objective of

10. 51.50 Gout

the test protocols is to clarify as precisely as possible the

11. 53.52 Arthritis

energetic deficits.

12. 53.84 Fibromyalgia 13. 55.30 Alzheimer’s disease

The test protocols can be used in the RAH module of the

14. 55.31 Parkinson’s disease

Rayocomp PS 1000 polar and in the M10 module of the

15. 55.60 Migraines

Rayocomp PS 10.

16. 57.40 Humid maculadegeneration 17. 57.41 Dry maculadegeneration

The test results can also be archived via an RAH “Green

18. 59.10 Tinnitus

Card”.

19. 63.20 Neurodermatitis 112


35.20 Allergy, total Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.11 Lung meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

2 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.11 ATP production lung

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.31 ATP production eyes

illness.

5 min.

31.38 ATP production skin

5 min.

31.39 ATP production vessels

5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

32.20 Leucocytes total

White blood corpuscles are responsible for defence tasks and, 5 min. in the event of an allergy, the reactivity of the immune system is changed compared to the substances known as allergens. The lymphocytes, a group of leucocytes, form antibodies and premature reactions of the immune system as well as delayed reactions can occur (allergy type I-IV).

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system is changed in the event of allergic reactions, 5 min. and needs to be supported.

35.20 Allergy, total

In the case of an allergic reaction, various reponses by the 5 min. immune system can occur. Three mainly anti-body dependent premature reactions (allergy type I to III) and a lymphocytedependent delayed reaction (allergy type IV) can occur.

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35.20 Allergy, total Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, total

The lymphatic system with its lymphatic organs reacts very early 5 min. to allergic reactions in the body, and it is an important part of testing.

37.12 Lymphadenitis, swelling of the lymph

In the case of a defensive reaction of the immune system, the

node

lymph nodes react very prematurely, usually regionally at first.

37.30 Spleen organ function fortification

The spleen is an important lymphatic organ which breaks down

5 min. 5 min.

the blood corpuscles. 38.10 Arteries

Allergies can cause arteries to undergo inflammation changes.

5 min.

38.50 Veins

Allergies can cause veins to undergo inflammation changes.

5 min.

39.30 Inflammation of the blood vessels

In the case of allergic reactions, inflammation of the entire

5 min.

vascular system can occur. 42.00 Respiratory tracts physiology, total

The upper and the lower respiratory tracts are usually affected in 5 min. the case of allergies, which can cause constriction and shortness of breath.

43.10 Cough, acute

Coughing is a physical reaction which can also occur as a defen- 5 min. sive reaction in the case of allergies.

43.20 Asthma bronchial

Asthma bronchial can be caused by an allergic disposition of the 5 min. body.

43.30 Mucous congestion

Mucous congestion, constriction and coughing are frequent re- 5 min. actions in the case of allergies.

46.00 Digestive system physiology, total

In the case of allergic illnesses, the digestive system reacts since 5 min. this accommodates small lymph nodes, such as those in the final part of the small intestine, the ileum, which provide the immune defence system.

56.00 Visual organ physiology, total

Inflammatory reactions of the eyes, especially of the conjuncti- 5 min. va, can occur in conjunction with allergies.

62.00 Skin / hair physiology, total

Skin reactions, reddening and swelling of the skin are part of 5 min. allergic illnesses.

64.10 Hypothalamus

CRH, a stimulating hormone, is produced in the hypothalamus. 5 min. At the first hormone level, CRH determines the later formation and release of cortisol from the adrenal cortex. Cortisol regulates and reduces the reactions of the immune system in the event of inflammation and allergic reactions.

64.20 Pituitary gland

It is in the anterior lobes of the hypophysis that ACTH is formed: 5 min. in turn, this stimulates the adrenal cortex to form cortisol and release it into the blood. Cortisol reduces the defence reaction and readiness of the body.

64.55 Adrenal cortex

The adrenal cortex produces cortisol, which has anti-allergenic 5 min. and immunosuppressive effects.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min. cular consideration.

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35.20 Allergy, total Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

20.13 Eikenella corrodens

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

5 min.

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

5 min.

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

5 min.

20.42 Actinomyces israelii

5 min.

20.44 Bacilli

5 min.

20.46 Bacillus cereus

5 min.

20.47 Bacteroides fragilis

5 min.

20.49 Bordetella pertussis

5 min.

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

5 min.

20.67 Haemophilus influenzae

5 min.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

5 min.

20.70 Lactobacillus acidophilus

5 min.

20.72 Legionella pneumophila

5 min.

20.76 Mycobacterium tuberculosis

5 min.

20.81 Propionibacterium acnes

5 min.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

5 min.

21.12 Erwinia amylovora

5 min.

21.13 Erwinia carotovora

5 min.

21.15 Klebsiella pneumoniae

5 min.

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

5 min.

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

5 min.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

5 min.

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

5 min.

21.21 Salmonella typhi

5 min.

21.22 Serratia marcescens

5 min.

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.91 Bacteria laryndiale

5 min.

21.93 Caries bacteria

5 min.

22.11 Adenovirus

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

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35.20 Allergy, total Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

22.17 Herpes zoster

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

22.78 Norovirus

5 min.

22.80 Rhino virus

5 min.

22.82 Tobacco mosaic virus

5 min.

23.16 Parainfluenza

5 min.

23.33 Influenza A and B virus

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.70 Warts, total

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

5 min.

24.28 Oxyuria

5 min.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

5 min.

24.51 Clonorchis sinensis

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

5 min.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

24.84 Taenia saginata

5 min.

24.85 Taenia solium

5 min.

25.14 Blepharisma

5 min.

25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat)

5 min.

25.16 Chilomonas

5 min.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (follicular

5 min.

mite) 25.67 Ornithonyssus (bird mite)

5 min.

25.68 Sarcoptes scabiei (scabies)

5 min.

25.84 Troglodytella abrasseri

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.05 Fungi I, total

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

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35.20 Allergy, total Program No. / description

Explanation

27.05 Fungi II, total

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

27.10 Yeast fungi, total

cular consideration.

27.11 Candida albicans

Time 5 min. 5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

sideration for the illness.

5 min.

31.62 Detoxification kidney

5 min.

31.65 Detoxification skin

5 min.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 35.20 Allergy, total

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39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension) Program no. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Preparation of analysis

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation at the rayo- 0 min. tensor: Measurement can start, Linear movement: Start harmonizing the program until rotation can be seen at the rayotensor

01.00 Vitalization in general

Tests to see if the energy balance is disturbed / weak.

5 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

Meridian in relation with the target disease.

2 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.20 Cardiovascular meridian

2 min.

02.22 Gallbladder meridian

2 min.

31.15 ATP production heart

These ATP programs should be considered in connection with the 5 min.

31.23 ATP production kidney

target disease.

31.39 ATP production vessels 04.00 Electrosmog in general

5 min. 5 min.

These programs support the cause-oriented treatment approach. 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stress in general

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance in general

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances in general

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances in general

5 min.

38.10 Arteries

Hypertension is located in the arterial vessel system and is ag- 5 min. gravated by deposits in the arteries.

39.10 Arterial circulatory disorders

Arterial circulatory disorders are a consequence of hypertension, 5 min. they begin in the small arteries and later also extend to the larger arteries.

39.40 Blood vessel degeneration

Deposits and ateriosclerosis change the inner layers of arteries, 5 min. which encourages hypertension.

39.50 Blood pressure regulation disorders

Hypertension leads to disorders of the blood pressure regulation. 5 min.

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

Hypertension

39.65 Renal hypertension

The kidneys, to be exact, diseases of the kidneys, can be the 5 min.

5 min.

cause of hypertension. The kidneys produce renin, an enzyme that increases the blood pressure. 40.13 Myocard

The layers of the heart, more exactly, the myocard, the heart 5 min. muscle layer, generates pressure in the heart and the outgoing arteries. High pressure causes thickening of the myocard and damage in the long term.

40.30 Heart valves in general

Diseases of the heart valves can cause high blood pressure or if 5 min. hypertension existed before, the heart valves can be damaged.

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39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension) Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

41.10 Strengthening of the heart muscle

Hypertension causes the heart muscle to do more work and be- 5 min. come thicker in the course of time.

41.11 Improving the performance of the

Existing hypertension requires the heart to do more work, which 5 min.

heart

with time can lead to cardiac insufficiency.

41.20 Left heart insufficiency

Hypertension causes stress, in particular, of the left side of the 5 min. heart from where the oxygen-rich blood is pumped throughout the body. The muscles of the left heart are overloaded and lack sufficiency in the course of time.

44.10 Kidney in general

The kidneys produce renin, an enzyme that increases the blood 5 min. pressure. Diseases of the kidneys can be the cause of high blood pressure, so called renal hypertension. Always consider the kidneys as potential cause of hypertension.

64.10 Hypothalamus

Some hormonal glands influence the blood pressure: The hypo- 5 min. thalamus produces stimulating and inhibiting hormones which cause the anterior pituitary gland and the posterior pituitary gland to produce further hormones. These, in turn, are carried by

64.20 Pituitary gland

the bloodstream, e.g., to the thyroid, which has a major impact 5 min. on the bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s metabolism and on blood pressure. The adrenals produce adrenalin in the adrenal medulla, a stress hormone that increases the blood pressure whereas the adrenal cortex produ-

64.55 Adrenal cortex

ces cortisone that binds water in the body and thereby increases 5 min. the blood volume and the blood pressure in the body. The kidneys produce renin, which raises the blood pressure. The posterior pituitary gland produces, for example, ADH, antidiuretic hormone, which also contributes to higher blood pressure in connection with the release of renin in the kidneys, by retaining water in the body, thereby increasing the blood volume.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From the angle of energy, these causal agents should be given 5 min.

20.65 Gardnerella vaginalis

particular attention in connection with the target disease.

5 min.

21.14 Escherichia coli

5 min.

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

5 min.

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsia

5 min.

24.22 Dirofilaria immitis (heart worm)

5 min.

24.51 Clonorchis sinensis

5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

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39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension) Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

24.65 Urocleidus

From the angle of energy, these causal agents should be given 5 min.

25.15 Chilomastix cysts (rat)

particular attention in connection with the target disease.

5 min.

25.16 Chilomonas

5 min.

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

5 min.

25.85 Blood parasites

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

27.10 Mould fungi in general

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

These detoxification programs should be considered in connec- 5 min.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins

tion with the target disease.

01.00 Vitalization in general

The body needs energy to implement the regulation impulses it 2 min. receives. For this reason, the vitalization program is always chosen at the end, in connection with harmonization.

Own notice of 39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

120

5 min.


43.20 Asthma bronchial Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.11 Lung meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

31.11 ATP production lung

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

Zinc is very important for the immune system and for many en- 5 min.

07.22 Zinc

zymatic conversion processes in the body.

08.00 Harmful substances, total 31.81 Scarring

5 min. 5 min.

Scars can be a cause / a trigger for asthma bronchial, and need 5 min. to be harmonised before therapy commences.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system is generally weakened in the case of asthma 5 min. bronchial and should be included in the testing and harmonisation processes.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

Since asthma bronchial can be triggered or worsened by infec- 5 min. tions, it is important to strengthen and increase the bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s defence system.

35.20 Allergy, total

Asthma bronchial can be caused by allergies: in the presence of 5 min. a linear motion on the Rayotensor, please use a testing kit for differentiated further testing.

40.13 Myocardium

In the case of chronic lung diseases, the heart muscle, the myo- 5 min. cardium, is particularly strained on the right side since it needs to pump blood to the lung in the face of increased resistance.

40.22 Right ventricle

The right ventricle is faced with increased stress due to the in- 5 min. creased pressure which builds up in the lung with chronic lung disease, and is enlarged over time.

41.10 Strengthening of the cardiac muscles

Asthma bronchial places a particular strain on the right side of 5 min. the myocardium, which thickens at a later date.

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43.20 Asthma bronchial Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

41.30 Right ventricular failure

Long-term asthma bronchial can cause weakening of the right 5 min. side of the heart, with a weakening of the heart muscles in the advanced stage.

42.60 Bronchial tubes, total

Asthma bronchial affects the bronchial tubes.

5 min.

42.70 Lungs

Asthma bronchial affects the lung tissue with pulmonary alve- 5 min. olus.

43.10 Cough, acute

Coughing is one of the main symptoms of asthma bronchial.

5 min.

43.20 Asthma bronchial

Asthma bronchial

5 min.

43.30 Mucous congestion

Mucous congestion in the bronchial tubes is one of the three 5 min. main criteria of the symptoms of asthmas bronchial alongside spasms (muscular cramps) of the bronchial tubes and accumulation of fluid, bronchial oedema.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors can trigger or fortify asthma bronchial.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress, particularly long-term stress, can trigger or 5 min. worsen asthma bronchial.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

5 min.

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

5 min.

20.44 Bacilli

5 min.

20.49 Bordetella pertussis

5 min.

20.67 Haemophilus influenza

5 min.

20.72 Legionella pneumophila

5 min.

20.76 Mycobacterium tuberculosis

5 min.

21.15 Klebsiella pneumoniae

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

21.91 Bacteria laryndiale

5 min.

22.11 Adenovirus

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

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43.20 Asthma bronchial Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

22.80 Rhino Virus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

23.16 Parainfluenza

cular consideration.

5 min.

23.33 Influenza A und B Virus

5 min.

23.81 Viren N.N.

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii) 26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.53 Entgiftung Acidose

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.55 Entgiftung intrazellul채r

sideration for the illness.

5 min.

31.57 Entgiftung Lunge

5 min.

31.66 Entgiftung Endotoxine

5 min.

31.67 Entgiftung Exotoxine

5 min.

01.00 Vitalisierung gesamt

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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45.35 Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

31.17 ATP production bladder

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.23 ATP production kidney

illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min. 5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

Since inflammation of the bladder is frequently caused by pa- 5 min. thogens or thermal stimuli such as the cold, it is very important to strengthen and increase the bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s overall defences.

44.10 Kidney, total

Inflammation of the bladder can be caused and triggered by a 5 min. descending infection of the kidney.

44.20 Urinary organs, total

Bladder infection can be caused by a descending infection of the 5 min. urethra or an ascending infection of the urethra.

45.35 Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) Inflammation of the bladder

5 min.

45.40 Urethritis (inflammation of the ure- Inflammation of the urethra can result in an ascending infection 5 min. thra)

of the bladder.

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.14 Colon bacillus

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

5 min.

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

24.65 Urocleidus

5 min.

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

5 min.

25.85 Blood parasites

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

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45.35 Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

27.11 Candida albicans

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min. cular consideration.

31.51 Detoxification, blood

When it comes to an infection of the bladder, a difference is 5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

made between the acute and the chronic forms.

31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular

Hence, there are various testing options in the detoxification 5 min.

31.56 Detoxification mucous membranes

programs.

31.62 Detoxification kidney

5 min. 5 min. 5 min.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min. sideration for the illness. 5 min.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min.

31.63 Detoxification bladder

requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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47.20 Gastritis, acute Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.13 ATP production stomach

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

A problem with the stomach, such as a case of gastritis, can re- 5 min.

07.49 Vitamin B12, cobalamin

sult in problems absorbing vitamin B12. The intrinsic factor from 5 min. the stomach cells necessary for the absorption of vitamin B12 5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

via the small intestine is no longer adequately formed. Vitamin B12 is vital for the formation of new cells, especially for blood corpuscles. 46.30 Stomach

In the case of gastritis, various layers and areas of the stomach 5 min. can be affected.

46.40 Small intestine, total

Dysfunctions in the small intestine, especially in the duodenum, 5 min. can be the cause of gastritis.

47.20 Gastritis, acute

Acute gastritis

5 min.

47.31 Gastritis, type A

Type A gastritis is known as auto-immune gastritis: anti-bodies 5 min. are formed against the stomach cells and the intrinsic factor.

47.32 Gastritis, type B

Type B gastritis is a bacterial form caused by the helicobacter 5 min. bacterium: it is also the most common type of gastritis.

47.33 Gastritis, type C

Type C gastritis is the chemo-toxic form of gastritis, which is 5 min. caused by the return of bile from the duodenum to the stomach.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

5 min.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

5 min.

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

5 min.

21.21 Salmonella typhi

5 min.

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47.20 Gastritis, acute Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.93 Caries bacteria

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.78 Norovirus

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

5 min.

24.28 Oxyuria

5 min.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

5 min.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

24.84 Taenia saginata

5 min.

24.85 Taenia solium

5 min.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.58 Detoxification stomach

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

sideration for the illness.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins 01.00 Vitalisation, total

5 min. 5 min.

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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47.30 Gastritis, chronic Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.13 ATP production stomach

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

A problem with the stomach, such as a case of gastritis, can re- 5 min.

07.49 Vitamin B12, cobalamin

sult in problems absorbing vitamin B12. The intrinsic factor from 5 min. the stomach cells necessary for the absorption of vitamin B12 5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

via the small intestine is no longer adequately formed. Vitamin B12 is vital for the formation of new cells, especially for blood corpuscles. 46.30 Stomach

In the case of gastritis, various layers and areas of the stomach 5 min. can be affected.

46.40 Small intestine, total

Dysfunctions in the small intestine, especially in the duodenum, 5 min. can be the cause of gastritis.

47.30 Gastritis, chronic

Chronic gastritis

5 min.

47.31 Gastritis, type A

Type A gastritis is known as auto-immune gastritis: anti-bodies 5 min. are formed against the stomach cells and the intrinsic factor.

47.32 Gastritis, type B

Type B gastritis is a bacterial form caused by the helicobacter 5 min. bacterium: it is also the most common type of gastritis.

47.33 Gastritis, type C

Type C gastritis is the chemo-toxic form of gastritis, which is 5 min. caused by the return of bile from the duodenum to the stomach.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

5 min.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

5 min.

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

5 min.

21.21 Salmonella typhi

5 min.

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47.30 Gastritis, chronic Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.93 Caries bacteria

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.78 Norovirus

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

5 min.

24.28 Oxyuria

5 min.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

5 min.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

24.84 Taenia saginata

5 min.

24.85 Taenia solium

5 min.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.58 Detoxification stomach

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

sideration for the illness.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins 01.00 Vitalisation, total

5 min. 5 min.

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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47.50 Crohnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.12 ATP production colon

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.16 ATP production small intestine

illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

In the case of chronic, inflammatory intestinal diseases, the ab- 5 min.

07.49 Vitamin B12, cobalamin

sorption of vital substances such as vitamin B12 in the final part 5 min. of the small intestine is disrupted. 5 min.

07.60 Probiotic bacteria, total 08.00 Harmful substances, total

The intestinal flora is usually in a state of disbalance caused by 5 min. the digestion and absorption disorders.

31.70 Degeneration cellular tissue

Due to its chronic course which occurs in phases, Crohnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease 5 min. tends to cause hardening of cell tissue. This means that the risk of a malignant intestinal disease increases in the case of a longterm disease.

32.20 Leucocytes total

Leucocytes are responsible for unspecific and specific defence 5 min. which is usually impaired by immunological regulatory disorders in the case of inflammatory intestinal diseases.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

In the presence of inflammatory intestinal diseases, the immune 5 min. system is weakened, since an auto-immune disease is usually the cause.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

The entire defence needs stabilising and increasing in the pre- 5 min. sence of inflammatory intestinal diseases.

35.20 Allergy, total

In the case of inflammatory intestinal diseases, the auto-immune 5 min. processes can cause allergic reactions.

36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, total

The lymphatic system needs to be strengthened in the case of 5 min. inflammatory diseases and, consequently, lymphatic drainage stimulated, and toxins removed.

130


47.50 Crohn’s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

46.00 Digestive system physiology, total

In the presence of Crohn’s disease, changes to the mucous 5 min. membranes in the mouth, in the stomach, in the small intestine and in the colon are common. It is usually the final part of the small intestine and parts of the colon which are affected.

47.50 Crohn’s disease

Crohn’s disease

48.00 Liver, gall-bladder, pancreas physiolo- Absorption disorders and indigestion throughout the whole gy, total

5 min. 5 min.

intestines can cause inflammation of and diseases to the gallbladder and the pancreas.

52.00 Locomotor system physiology, total

In the presence of inflammatory intestinal diseases, auto-immune 5 min. factors can also cause arthritis.

56.30 Skin, total

The sclera can also be affected by auto-immune factors.

5 min.

64.10 Hypothalamus

Strengthening of the hypothalamus aids the production of corti- 5 min. sol at the first hormone level. Cortisol has an anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effect.

64.20 Pituitary gland

The anterior lobes of the pituitary gland produce ACTH, which 5 min. activates the adrenal cortex.

64.55 Adrenal cortex

The adrenal cortex produces cortisol.

5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional ordeals worsen the inflammatory intestinal diseases 5 min. / can cause flare-ups. Mental illnesses can also occur following the illness.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors are a very frequent trigger of flare-ups.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress can be the main trigger as well as reinforcer of 5 min. inflammatory intestinal illnesses.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

5 min.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

5 min.

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

5 min.

21.21 Salmonella typhi

5 min.

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

5 min.

21.93 Caries bacteria

5 min.

22.78 Norovirus

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

5 min.

24.28 Oxyuria

5 min.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

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47.50 Crohnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

cular consideration.

5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

5 min.

24.84 Taenia saginata

5 min.

24.85 Taenia solium

5 min.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.61 Detoxification intestines

sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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5 min.


47.60 Ulcerative colitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.12 ATP production colon

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.16 ATP production small intestine

illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

In the case of chronic, inflammatory intestinal diseases, the ab- 5 min.

07.49 Vitamin B12, cobalamin

sorption of vital substances such as vitamin B12 in the final part 5 min. of the small intestine is disrupted. 5 min.

07.60 Probiotic bacteria, total 08.00 Harmful substances, total

The intestinal flora is usually in a state of disbalance caused by 5 min. the digestion and absorption disorders.

31.70 Degeneration cellular tissue

Due to its chronic course which occurs in phases, ulcerative co- 5 min. litis tends to cause hardening of cell tissue. This means that the risk of a malignant intestinal disease increases in the case of a long-term disease.

32.20 Leucocytes total

Leucocytes are responsible for unspecific and specific defence 5 min. which is usually impaired by immunological regulatory disorders in the case of inflammatory intestinal diseases.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

In the presence of inflammatory intestinal diseases, the immune 5 min. system is weakened, since an auto-immune disease is usually the cause.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

The entire defence needs stabilising and increasing in the pre- 5 min. sence of inflammatory intestinal diseases.

35.20 Allergy, total

In the case of ulcerative colitis, the auto-immune processes can 5 min. cause allergic reactions.

36.00 Lymphatic system physiology, total

The lymphatic system needs to be strengthened in the case of 5 min. inflammatory diseases and, consequently, lymphatic drainage stimulated, and toxins removed.

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47.60 Ulcerative colitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

46.00 Digestive system physiology, total

In the presence of ulcerative colitis, the entire colon can be af- 5 min. fected: however, it is normally the final parts of the colon. Very frequent bloody, mucous diarrhoea occurs.

47.60 Ulcerative colitis

Ulcerative colitis

48.00 Liver, gall-bladder, pancreas physiolo- Absorption disorders and indigestion throughout the whole gy, total

5 min. 5 min.

intestines can cause inflammation of and diseases to the gallbladder and the pancreas.

52.00 Locomotor system physiology, total

In the presence of inflammatory intestinal diseases, auto-immune 5 min. factors can also cause arthritis.

56.30 Skin, total

The sclera can also be affected by auto-immune factors.

5 min.

64.10 Hypothalamus

Strengthening of the hypothalamus aids the production of corti- 5 min. sol at the first hormone level. Cortisol has an anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effect.

64.20 Pituitary gland

The anterior lobes of the pituitary gland produce ACTH, which 5 min. activates the adrenal cortex.

64.55 Adrenal cortex

The adrenal cortex produces cortisol.

5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional ordeals worsen the inflammatory intestinal diseases 5 min. / can cause flare-ups. Mental illnesses can also occur following the illness.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors are a very frequent trigger of flare-ups.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress can be the main trigger as well as reinforcer of 5 min. inflammatory intestinal illnesses.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.69 Helicobacter pylori

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.11 Enterobacter aerogenes

5 min.

21.19 Salmonella enteritidis

5 min.

21.20 Salmonella paratyphi

5 min.

21.21 Salmonella typhi

5 min.

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

5 min.

21.93 Caries bacteria

5 min.

22.78 Norovirus

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

24.21 Ascaris megalocephala

5 min.

24.23 Enterobius vermicularis

5 min.

24.28 Oxyuria

5 min.

24.31 Strongyloides (filariform)

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.56 Fasciolopsis buski

5 min.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

5 min.

134


47.60 Ulcerative colitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

24.63 Schistosoma haematica

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

24.64 Schistosoma mansoni

cular consideration.

5 min.

24.84 Taenia saginata

5 min.

24.85 Taenia solium

5 min.

25.35 Naegleria fowleri

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.61 Detoxification intestines

sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min.

5 min.

requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

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135


51.40 Diabetes mellitus Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.23 Gouvernor vessel meridian

2 min.

31.14 ATP production pancreas

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.15 ATP production heart

illness.

5 min.

31.23 ATP production kidney

5 min.

31.31 ATP production eyes

5 min.

31.38 ATP production skin

5 min.

31.39 ATP production vessels

5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

Due to the metabolic disease, the immune system of diabetics is 5 min. weakened over the long term, and requires regular fortification.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

The bodily defences of the diabetic need to be strengthened due 5 min. to the weakened immune system caused by the illness.

38.10 Arteries

The chronic glycometabolism disease of diabetes mellitus is fre- 5 min. quently accompanied by increased deposits in the arterial vessels. These manifest themselves initially in smaller and, later, in larger arteries, with circulatory problems and corresponding secondary diseases.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Circulatory problems with the arteries and their secondary di- 5 min. seases such as hardening of the arteries, hypertension and coronaries are encouraged by diabetes mellitus.

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

In the presence of diabetes mellitus, increased deposits in the 5 min. arteries result initially in hardening of the arteries and, consequently, to high blood pressure.

40.13 Myocardium

The myocardium, the layer of the heart muscle, produces the 5 min. pressure in the heart and in the arteries. High blood pressure means that the myocardium thickens, damaging it over the long term.

136


51.40 Diabetes mellitus Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

41.10 Strengthening of the cardiac muscles

Hypertension results in more pressure on the heart muscle, with 5 min. thickening of it, and to premature weakening.

44.10 Kidney, total

The kidneys have a very finely structured arterial supply, which 5 min. means that this organ reacts by means of dysfunctions in the event of circulatory problems. In diabetes patients, kidney diseases are amongst the most frequent secondary diseases and should be taken into consideration during the testing and harmonisation processes.

44.17 Kidney corpuscle

The kidney corpuscles are the part in the kidneys in which filtra- 5 min. tion of the blood is performed. Deposits and high blood pressure in these tiniest of arteries result in losses of function and, later, to inflammation and diseases of the kidneys. Degeneration of the kidney function tissue as well as loss of the organ’s function occur as long-term consequences.

48.35 Islet cells

Islet cells – B-cells, to be more precise – are located in the pan- 5 min. creas. These cells produce insulin. Insulin reduces blood sugar and is not produced in sufficient quantities in the diabetic. In the case of type I diabetes, the causes for the loss of function of the B-cells are in the destruction of these cells, usually by auto-immune processes and inflammation. In the case of type II diabetes, the cause is a long-term depletion of B-cells with insulin resistance.

50.20 Carbohydrate metabolism

In the presence of diabetes mellitus, the carbohydrate metabo- 5 min. lism is disrupted and unbalanced.

51.20 Carbohydrate metabolism dysfunction In the presence of diabetes mellitus, this is a carbohydrate me- 5 min. tabolism dysfunction with disruptions of the insulin production in the B-cells of the pancreas. 51.40 Diabetes mellitus

Glycometabolism disease

5 min.

54.20 Peripheral nerve system, total

In the diabetic, due to circulatory problems in the arteries, later 5 min. on in the illness the nerves, particularly the peripheral nerve system, are affected.

55.42 Nerve degeneration

Due to the advanced circulatory problems of the arteries, the 5 min. nerve cells are increasingly destroyed, accompanied by degeneration, especially in the extremities – the hands and feet – as well as those sensory organs finely supplied with blood.

56.30 Skin, total

Sclera, in particular the retina and the choroid coat, are extreme- 5 min. ly affected by circulatory problems caused by diabetes mellitus.

137


51.40 Diabetes mellitus Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

56.40 Lens, pupil, vitreous bodies, total

The lens and the vitreous body are also impaired by diabetes 5 min. mellitus.

57.10 Separation of the retina

Separation of the retina is one of the most frequent secondary 5 min. diseases experienced by the diabetic.

57.20 Cataract

Clouding and degeneration of the lens are worsened by diabetes 5 min. mellitus.

57.30 Glaucoma

Increased eye pressure is a possible secondary disease of the di- 5 min. abetic.

62.10 Skin, total

Due to the weakened immune system of the diabetic, premature 5 min. dermatomycoses and other inflammatory skin diseases occur. As a hormone-producing organ, the pancreas of diabetes pati- 5 min.

64.70 Pancreas

ents must be tested and harmonised in order to supply the best possible support to the hormonal functionality. 20.69 Helicobacter pylori

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

22.14 Hepatitis B virus

sideration for the illness.

5 min.

22.74 Hepatitis A virus

5 min.

22.75 Hepatitis c virus

5 min.

24.41 Capillaria hepatica (liver)

5 min.

24.54 Eurythrema pancreaticum

5 min.

24.55 Fasciola hepatica

5 min.

24.58 Gastrothylax elongates

5 min.

24.81 Echinococcus granulosus

5 min.

24.82 Echinococcus multilocularis

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.59 Detoxification pancreas

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.62 Detoxification kidney

sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 51.40 Diabetes mellitus

138

5 min.


51.50 Gout Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.16 Small intestine meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

31.23 ATP production kidney

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.40 ATP production muscles

illness.

31.41 ATP production bones

5 min. 5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

32.00 Blood physiology total

Causes of gout can also be diseases of the blood-producing 5 min. system with increased cell destruction. Increased uric acid is formed, especially by the increased degeneration of erythrocytes (red blood corpuscles) in the presence of anaemia and haemolysis.

33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the

With gout, the articular cartilage is particularly affected: it can- 5 min.

utilisation

not be supplied by its own blood vessels, it is supplied functionally via diffusion. Hence, improvement to the supply of oxygen and the removal of uric acid from the body are important objectives of the treatment.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

In the event of metabolic diseases, the immune system needs to 5 min. be boosted, since inflammatory changes occur to the entire joint.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

In the event of inflammation, the unspecific and specific defence 5 min. should be boosted.

35.20 Allergy, total

Metabolic diseases can further auto-immune processes, and 5 min. allergic reactions can occur.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

The deposit of uric acid can cause circulatory problems in the 5 min. body, especially in the cartilaginous joint parts.

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

With gout, the protein metabolism disease, uric acid is deposited 5 min. in the vascular walls of the arteries, which can result in hardening of the arteries and high blood pressure.

139


51.50 Gout Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

40.13 Myocardium

In the case of chronic gout, the uric acid crystals can be deposi- 5 min. ted in the body, e.g. in the heart muscle, the myocardium (gout heart).

44.10 Kidney, total

Kidney diseases can result in dysfunctions of the kidneys which, 5 min. in turn, contribute towards increased deposits of uric acid in the body. The uric acid crystals can be deposited in the case of the chronification of gout, e.g. in the kidneys (gout kidneys). Frequent attendant illnesses of gout are kidney stones (uric acid stones).

48.00 Liver, gall-bladder, pancreas physiolo- Gout causes frequent attendant illnesses such as lipid metabo- 5 min. gy, total

lism disorders, diabetes mellitus and damage to the liver.

50.10 Protein metabolism

Gout is a protein metabolism disease.

50.20 Carbohydrate metabolism

Carbohydrate metabolism is frequently unbalanced in the pre- 5 min.

5 min.

sence of gout, and can result in diabetes mellitus. 50.30 Lipid metabolism

Gout is frequently accompanied by a lipid metabolism disorder, 5 min. which is usually caused by malnutrition (adiposity).

51.50 Gout

Protein metabolism disease (gout)

5 min.

52.00 Locomotor system physiology, total

With gout, deposits of uric acid occur in the large and the small 5 min. joints, especially in the joint of the big toe, the ankle joint, knee, shoulder, hand and finger joints, as well as in the bursae.

56.00 Visual organ physiology, total

In the case of chronic gout, the uric acid can also manifest itself 5 min. as gout tophi on the eyelids.

58.00 Hearing organ, total

In the case of chronic gout, uric acid can also be deposited as 5 min. gout tophi on the outer ear and on the ear cartilage.

62.10 Skin, total

In the case of chronic gout, deposits of uric acid in the skin can 5 min. occur.

75.15 Weight reduction

Gout is usually accompanied by excess weight or even obesity.

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.76 Mycobacterium tuberculosis

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

21.96 Tuberculin burnetii

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

140


51.50 Gout Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

22.64 Chikungunya

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle)

5 min.

24.33 Trichuris sp.

5 min.

24.61 Paragonimus westermani

5 min.

24.62 Prosthogonimus macro.

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

51.11 Prions

5 min.

31.53 Detoxification acidosis

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.62 Detoxification kidney

sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min.

5 min.

requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 51.50 Gicht

141


53.52 Arthritis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.16 Small intestine meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

31.40 ATP production muscles

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.41 ATP production bones

illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min. 5 min. 5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

Zinc is very important for the immune system and for many en- 5 min.

07.22 Zinc

zymatic conversion processes in the body.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min. 5 min.

33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the

Since arthritis occurs in the cartilage part of the joint and this is 5 min.

utilisation

not supplied with blood â&#x20AC;&#x201C; instead, it is functionally only supplied via diffusion â&#x20AC;&#x201C; targeted oxygen supply is an important objective of the therapy and harmonisation.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system needs to be boosted in the case of 5 min. inflammatory illnesses.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

In the event of inflammation, the unspecific and specific defence 5 min. should be boosted.

35.20 Allergy, total

Arthritis can be triggered by an allergic reaction, and be encou- 5 min. raged by auto-immune processes in the body.

46.40 Small intestine, total

Inflammation of the joints can be accompanied by an 5 min. inflammatory disease of the small intestine (e.g. as is the case with Crohnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease).

46.50 Colon, total

Inflammation of the joints can be accompanied by an 5 min. inflammatory disease of the colon (e.g. as is the case with ulcerative colitis).

50.10 Protein metabolism

Arthritis occurs in conjunction with gout (protein metabolism 5 min. disease).

50.20 Carbohydrate metabolism

Arthritis can occur in conjunction with diabetes mellitus (carbo- 5 min. hydrate metabolism).

51.40 Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes also encourages circulatory problems in the joint, and 5 min. encourages an inflammatory change in the joint.

142


53.52 Arthritis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

51.50 Gout

Gout, due to the deposit of uric acid in the joints, results in ar- 5 min. thritis.

52.00 Locomotor system physiology, total

Arthritis affects the entire locomotor system, especially the 5 min. bones, the musculature and the ligamentous apparatus.

53.51 Joint injury

Arthritis can be caused by the incidence of trauma.

5 min.

53.52 Arthritis

Arthritis

5 min.

53.53 Arthrosis

Arthritis can result in joint degeneration with a change to the 5 min. bone and cartilage substance. Consequently, extensive damage to the joints accompanied by restricted movements can occur.

53.54 Hyaluronic acid deficiency

Hyaluronic acid is a component of synovia fluid and of bone. A 5 min. deficit of synovia encourages premature arthritis.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.76 Mycobacterium tuberculosis

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

21.96 Tuberculin burnetii

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle)

5 min.

24.33 Trichuris sp.

5 min.

24.61 Paragonimus westermani

5 min.

24.62 Prosthogonimus macro.

5 min.

25.85 Blood parasites

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

51.11 Prions

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

sideration for the illness.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins

5 min. 5 min. 143


53.52 Arthritis Program No. / description

Explanation

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 53.52 Arthritis

144

Time


53.84 Fibromyalgia Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysevorbereitung

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisierung gesamt

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.12 Dickdarm-Meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.16 DĂźnndarm-Meridian

2 min.

02.17 Blasen-Meridian

2 min.

02.19 Leber-Meridian

2 min.

02.22 Gallenblasen-Meridian

2 min.

31.38 ATP-Produktion Haut

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.40 ATP-Produktion Muskeln

illness.

04.00 Elektrosmog gesamt

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic disorders, complete

ment approach is supported.

5 min. 5 min.

06.00 Säure-Basen-Haushalt gesamt

5 min.

07.00 Vitalstoffe gesamt

5 min.

08.00 Schadstoffe gesamt

5 min.

32.20 Leukozyten gesamt

In the case of auto-immune diseases such as fibromyalgia, the 5 min. unspecific and the specific defence needs to be strengthened by means of the white blood corpuscles.

33.60 Sauerstoffversorgung / Verbesserung

In fibromyalgia, pain outside of the joints in the entire connec- 5 min.

der Utilisation

tive tissue occurs. Oxygen supply in the entire locomotor system needs to be boosted.

34.00 Immunsystem Physiologie gesamt

The immune system is changed in auto-immune diseases, and 5 min. needs to be supported.

35.10 Steigerung der Abwehrleistung,

In auto-immune diseases, the unspecific and specific defence 5 min.

Grundprogramm

needs to be boosted.

35.20 Allergie gesamt

With auto-immune diseases, defence reactions against the 5 min. bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own organ structures which can manifest themselves in various types of allergy, occur.

36.00 Lymphatisches System Physiologie

With fibromyalgia, reactions in the lymphatic organs can occur, 5 min.

gesamt

which can manifest themselves as inflammation symptoms, for instance.

46.00 Digestive system, physiology complete With fibromyalgia, irritable bowel symptoms which manifest 5 min. themselves as pain and frequent laxation can occur. 52.00 Musculoskeletal system, physiology

The locomotor system, with its entire connective tissue, the mus- 5 min.

complete

cles, the ligaments and tendons can be affected by fibromyalgia.

145


53.84 Fibromyalgia Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

53.23 Tense muscles

Tense muscles are caused by the chronic pain in the soft parts.

5 min.

53.25 Inflammation of the muscle

Inflammatory changes in the entire connective tissue, especially 5 min. in the musculature, can occur.

53.28 Syndesmitis / tendosynovitis

With fibromyalgia, the auto-immune processes can also result in 5 min. inflammation of the ligamentous apparatus and tendon sheaths.

53.62 Bursitis

The bursae on the particularly stressed joints such as the shoulder 5 min. joint and the knee joint can experience inflammatory changes.

53.84 Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (pain syndrome with chronic soft part symptoms)

5 min.

55.55 Headaches

Tension headaches can be accompanied by hormonal influences 5 min. in the case of fibromyalgia.

62.13 Hypodermis

The hypodermis is also affected in the case of fibromyalgia.

5 min.

62.14 Fatty tissue

The fatty tissue is also affected in the case of fibromyalgia.

5 min.

64.10 Hypothalamus

In the first hormone level with CRH, the hypothalamus is respon- 5 min. sible for the formation of cortisol. This stimulates the anterior lobes of the pituitary gland, which in turn stimulates the cortisol release in the adrenal cortex.

64.20 Pituitary gland

The anterior lobes of the pituitary gland form ACTH, which 5 min. stimulates the adrenal cortex to form cortisol.

64.55 Adrenal cortex

The adrenal cortex produces cortisol which, in the case of in- 5 min. flammation and auto-immune diseases, throttles the reaction of the immune system and, hence, has an immunosuppressive effect.

64.80 Ovaries

Female hormonal factors can encourage fibromyalgia, since it is 5 min. mainly women who are affected.

65.10 Female hormone balance basic regu-

Disruptions to / imbalance in the female hormone balance can 5 min.

lation

have an increasing effect.

72.00 Psyche

Fibromyalgia can be encouraged and increased by emotional 5 min. factors.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors can have a triggering or even worsening effect.

5 min.

75.18 Meteorosensitiveness / sferics

Meteorosensitiveness can encourage the pain syndrome.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress, particularly continuous stress, can trigger and 5 min. worsen fibromyalgia.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.76 Mycobacterium tuberculosis

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.27 Yersinia enterocolitica

5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

146


53.84 Fibromyalgia Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

21.96 Tuberculin burnetii

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

24.32 Trichinella spiralis (muscle)

5 min.

24.33 Trichuris sp.

5 min.

24.61 Paragonimus westermani

5 min.

24.62 Prosthogonimus macro.

5 min.

25.85 Blood parasites

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

51.11 Prions

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.53 Detoxification acidosis

sideration for the illness.

31.64 Detoxification female / female-speci-

5 min. 5 min.

fic 01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 53.84 Fibromyalgia

147


55.30 Alzheimer’s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.20 Cardiovascular meridian

2 min.

31.35 ATP production cerebrum

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system needs to be aided in the case of a degene- 5 min. rative brain disease.

38.10 Arteries

The arterial vascular system ensures the supply of oxygen in the 5 min. entire body, supporting supply of the brain.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Arterial circulatory problems intensify the demential break-down 5 min. of the cerebral cortex in the presence of Alzheimer’s.

50.10 Protein metabolism

With Alzheimer’s, protein metabolism disruptions to the nerve 5 min. cells followed by degeneration, occur.

54.00 Nervous system physiology, total

The degenerative break-down of the cerebral cortex occurs, and 5 min. this can be followed by further areas of the brain.

55.30 Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer-type dementia. This program serves the purpose of 5 min. completing diagnostics, and is important for the early, preventative aid of the course of the disease.

55.42 Nerve degeneration

The degeneration of nerve cells is the main aspect of the disease. 5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Fluctuating moods and depression are symptoms of Alzheimer’s 5 min. disease.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress can increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

148


55.30 Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.11 Borna viruses

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (follicular

5 min.

mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular

sideration for the illness.

31.55 Detoxification intra-cellular 01.00 Vitalisation, total

5 min. 5 min.

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 55.30 Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease

149


55.31 Parkinson’s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.20 Cardiovascular meridian

2 min.

31.10 ATP production overall

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.34 ATP production cerebellum

illness.

31.35 ATP production cerebrum

5 min. 5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

31.70 Degeneration cellular tissue

A degeneration of cell tissue / a tumour in the brain can be a 5 min. cause of Parkinson’s.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system needs to be aided in the case of a degene- 5 min. rative brain disease.

35.10 Increased defences, basic program

The entire defence should be strengthened, since Parkinson’s can 5 min. also have infectious causes.

38.10 Arteries

The arterial vascular system ensures the supply of oxygen in the 5 min. entire body, supporting supply of blood to the brain.

54.00 Nervous system physiology, total

A degenerative break-down of dopamine-forming nerve cells in 5 min. the midbrain occurs: other regions of the brain are consequently also involved.

55.31 Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s syndrome. This program serves the purpose of com- 5 min. pleting diagnostics, and is important for the early, preventative aid of the course of the disease.

62.10 Skin, total

With Parkinson’s, the skin metabolism undergoes changes, with a 5 min. shiny, ointment-like skin consistency (hatchet face).

62.21 Sebaceous gland

Overproduction of the skin’s sebaceous glands occurs.

72.00 Psyche

During the disease, emotional symptoms such as lability and de- 5 min. pression also occur.

150

5 min.


55.31 Parkinsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress can increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

85.13 Aluminium (Al)

Aluminium exposure or deposits can cause the disease to worsen. 5 min.

85.25 Manganese (Mn)

Manganese exposure or deposits can cause the disease to wor- 5 min. sen.

85.27 Cobalt (Co)

Cobalt exposure or deposits can cause the disease to worsen.

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.11 Borna viruses

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (follicular

5 min.

mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

sideration for the illness.

5 min.

31.54 Detoxification extra-cellular

5 min.

31.55 Detoxification intra-cellular

5 min.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body

2 min.

requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

151


Own notice of 55.31 Parkinsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease

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55.60 Migraines Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

2 min.

02.16 Small intestine meridian

2 min.

02.17 Bladder meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

02.20 Cardiovascular meridian

2 min.

02.21 Meridian of triple burner

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.10 ATP production overall

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the

Oxygen supply needs to be aided.

5 min.

utilisation 38.10 Arteries

Arteries have the job of supplying organs and tissue with oxygen. 5 min. Lack of oxygen supply results in pain and break-down of the tissue in the body.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Arterial circulatory problems result in a lack of oxygen supply, 5 min. which can be a frequent cause of headaches and migraines.

39.40 Degeneration of the blood vessels

Deposits and hardening of the arteries result in changes to the 5 min. vascular layers of the arteries, which encourage circulatory problems and high blood pressure.

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

Over the long term, high blood pressure results in the undersup- 5 min. ply of oxygen, especially to the organs, which are supplied by the small arteries.

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55.60 Migraines Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

44.10 Niere gesamt

The kidneys produce the enzyme renin, which increases blood 5 min. pressure. Kidney diseases can result in high blood pressure, renal hypertension, which in turn result in circulatory problems and undersupply of oxygen.

46.11 Mundhöhle

Diseases such as inflammation of the oral cavity and of the teeth 5 min. can be the cause of headaches and migraines.

52.30 Wirbelsäule gesamt

Diseases of the spinal column can cause headaches and mi- 5 min. graines, since they can result in reduced circulation of the spinal column arteries and of the head and neck area.

52.31 Halswirbelsäule (C1 – C7)

Diseases of the cervical spine in particular frequently result in 5 min. circulatory problems and, consequently, to the undersupply of oxygen to the head.

54.10 Zentralnervensystem gesamt

Disorders of and diseases in various parts of the brain can be 5 min. causes of headaches and migraines.

54.25 V. Hirnnerv (N. trigeminus)

Irritation / inflammation of the trigeminal nerve of the 5th ce- 5 min. rebral nerve which, with its 3 branches each arranged in pairs, mainly supplies the forehead, the eyes, the upper jaw, the lower jaw and the teeth, can result in extremely painful headaches and migraines, as well as to trigeminal facial neuralgia.

55.55 Kopfschmerzen

Headaches

5 min.

55.60 Migräne

Migraines

5 min.

56.00 Organ of vision, physiology complete

Visual defects and diseases of the eye can be the causes behind 5 min. pain in the head and need to be clarified.

57.30 Grüner Star

Glaucoma is accompanied by increased inner pressure in the eye, 5 min. and can result in headaches.

58.00 Hörorgan / Gleichgewichtsorgan

Ear diseases can encourage pains in the head, and need to be 5 min.

Physiologie gesamt

clarified.

64.00 Hormonsystem Physiologie gesamt

Functional disorders of hormone glands can cause headaches.

5 min.

65.10 Weiblicher Hormonhaushalt Grundre- Changes to or disorders of the female hormone balance are fre- 5 min. gulation

quently accompanied by pains in the head.

65.50 Menstruationsprogramme gesamt

Menstrual disorders are frequently accompanied by pains in the 5 min. head.

66.00 Female sexual organs, physiology

Diseases of the female sexual organs can be the cause of pains 5 min.

complete

in the head and need to be clarified.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional strain / illnesses can cause headaches and migraines. 5 min.

75.00 Stress

Stress is a frequently furthering factor for causing pains in the 5 min. head.

76.00 Dental physiology, total

Inflammation or diseases of the teeth are possible causes for 5 min. pains in the head and always need to be clarified.

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55.60 Migraines Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

21.61 Borrelia

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

21.95 Pain bacteria

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

23.11 Borna viruses

5 min.

23.56 Rota viruses

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (follicular

5 min.

mite) 25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.64 Detoxification female / female-speci- sideration for the illness.

5 min.

fic 01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 55.60 Migraines

155


Own notice of 55.60 Migraines

156


57.40 Humid maculadegeneration Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian 31.31 ATP production eyes

2 min. These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the

Maculadegeneration is a disease of the retina, which has very 5 min.

utilisation

fine blood circulation. Increasing the oxygen supply is an important objective of the therapy.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system should be aided.

5 min.

38.10 Arteries

Arteries have the job of supplying organs and tissue with oxy- 5 min. gen-rich blood. Undersupply of oxygen results in the break-down of tissue and dysfunctions.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Arterial circulatory problems, especially on the retina, can result 5 min. in extremely degenerative changes and progression of the loss of sight.

54.22 II. Cerebral nerve (optic nerve)

Disease of the retina can result in impairment of the visual nerve 5 min. (optic nerve).

56.34 Retina

The retina and the yellow spot, the keenest visual area, are af- 5 min. fected.

56.61 Optical nerve

The optic nerve can be impaired.

5 min.

56.62 Yellow spot

The yellow spot, the keenest visual area, is affected.

5 min.

57.40 Humid maculadegeneration

With humid maculadegeneration, extreme sight loss occurs in 5 min. the event of serious withdrawal of the retina and pigmentary epithelium.

72.00 Psyche

Emotionally trying situations can intensify the symptoms of the 5 min. illness.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min. 5 min.

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57.40 Humid maculadegeneration Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

21.88 Rickettsias

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

25.14 Blepharisma

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min. sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 57.40 Humid maculadegeneration

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57.41 Dry maculadegeneration Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.22 Gall-bladder meridian

2 min.

31.31 ATP production eyes

This ATP program is to be taken into consideration for the illness. 5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

33.60 Oxygen supply / improvement of the

Maculadegeneration is a disease of the retina, which has very 5 min.

utilisation

fine blood circulation. Increasing the oxygen supply is an important objective of the therapy.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system should be aided.

5 min.

38.10 Arteries

Arteries have the job of supplying organs and tissue with oxy- 5 min. gen-rich blood. Undersupply of oxygen results in the break-down of tissue and dysfunctions.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Arterial circulatory problems, especially on the retina, can result 5 min. in extremely degenerative changes and progression of the loss of sight.

54.22 II. Cerebral nerve (optic nerve)

Disease of the retina can result in impairment of the visual nerve 5 min. (optic nerve).

56.34 Retina

The retina and the yellow spot, the keenest visual area, are af- 5 min. fected.

56.61 Optical nerve

The optic nerve can be impaired.

5 min.

56.62 Yellow spot

The yellow spot, the keenest visual area, is affected.

5 min.

57.41 Dry maculadegeneration

With dry maculadegeneration, medium loss of visual acuity oc- 5 min. curs during the degeneration of the retina epithelium.

72.00 Psyche

Emotionally trying situations can intensify the symptoms of the 5 min. illness.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

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57.41 Dry maculadegeneration Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

22.15 Herpes simplex

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

cular consideration.

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

22.67 Coxsackie virus B-1

5 min.

22.68 Coxsackie virus B-4

5 min.

25.14 Blepharisma

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min. sideration for the illness.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 57.41 Dry maculadegeneration

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59.10 Tinnitus Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.15 Heart meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.16 Small intestine meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

31.10 ATP production overall

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min. illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

38.10 Arteries

Arteries have the job of supplying organs and tissue with oxygen. 5 min. Undersupply of oxygen can result in dysfunctions and organic diseases.

39.10 Circulatory problem, arterial

Arterial circulatory problems result in an undersupply of oxygen 5 min. which manifests itself particularly in organs and tissues supplied by small arteries.

39.60 High blood pressure (hypertension)

Over the long term, high blood pressure results in the undersup- 5 min. ply of oxygen, especially to the organs, which are supplied by the small arteries.

58.30 Middle ear, total

Damage to or diseases of the middle ear can result in tinnitus.

5 min.

58.40 Inner ear, total

Circulatory problems or diseases to the inner ear can result in 5 min. tinnitus.

59.10 Tinnitus

Tinnitus

5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional strain / illnesses can cause or worsen tinnitus.

5 min.

72.10 Depression

Depression can worsen tinnitus or even be triggered by tinnitus. 5 min.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors can have a triggering or even worsening effect on 5 min. tinnitus.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress, particularly long-term stress, can trigger or 5 min. worsen tinnitus.

161


59.10 Tinnitus Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

cular consideration.

5 min.

21.88 Rickettsias

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.13 Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.64 Chikungunya

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.86 Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii)

5 min.

26.12 Aspergillus niger

5 min.

26.41 Aflatoxin

5 min.

31.50 Detoxification basic program

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.66 Detoxification endotoxins

sideration for the illness.

31.67 Detoxification exotoxins 01.00 Vitalisation, total

5 min. In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 59.10 Tinnitus

162

5 min.


63.20 Neurodermatitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.11 Lung meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.12 Colon meridian

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.19 Liver meridian

2 min.

31.12 ATP production colon

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.16 ATP production small intestine

illness.

31.38 ATP production skin

5 min. 5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

32.20 Leucocytes total

Leucocytes (white blood corpuscles) are responsible for unspeci- 5 min. fic and specific defence which is usually impaired by immunological regulatory disorders in the case of neurodermatitis. Allergic reactions are a frequent occurrence.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

In the presence of neurodermatitis, the immune system is wea- 5 min. kened and, hence, needs to be taken into consideration during the testing and harmonisation processes.

35.20 Allergy, total

Patients with neurodermatitis usually have a tendency towards 5 min. allergic reactions. In the presence of a linear motion on the Rayotensor, please carry out differentiated further testing using an allergen test kit.

46.40 Small intestine, total

In the presence of neurodermatitis, the flora of the small intestine 5 min. is usually imbalanced, and needs strengthening.

46.50 Colon, total

In the presence of neurodermatitis, the flora of the colon is usu- 5 min. ally imbalanced, and needs strengthening.

62.10 Skin, total

The skin is very dry in the presence of neurodermatitis, and ecze- 5 min. ma occurs on various parts of the body.

62.20 Skin glands, total

Hypofunction of skin glands, the sebaceous and sweat glands, 5 min. occurs in the presence of neurodermatitis.

62.50 Hair

Hair, especially hair on the head, is affected in the presence of 5 min. neurodermatitis, and is very dry.

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63.20 Neurodermatitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

63.20 Neurodermatitis

Neurodermatitis

5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional ordeals can intensify and worsen neurodermatitis.

5 min.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors can have a triggering or even worsening effect on 5 min. neurodermatitis.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress, particularly long-term stress, can trigger or 5 min. worsen neurodermatitis.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.13 Eikenella corrodens

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

5 min.

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

5 min.

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

5 min.

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

5 min.

20.42 Actinomyces israelii

5 min.

20.46 Bacillus cereus

5 min.

20.47 Bacteroides fragilis

5 min.

20.66 Gardnerella vaginalis

5 min.

20.70 Lactobacillus acidophilus

5 min.

20.81 Propionibacterium acnes

5 min.

21.12 Erwinia amylovora

5 min.

21.13 Erwinia carotovora

5 min.

21.16 Proteus mirabilis

5 min.

21.17 Proteus vulgaris

5 min.

21.22 Serratia marcescens

5 min.

21.23 Shigella dysenteriae

5 min.

22.12 Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.82 Tobacco mosaic virus

5 min.

23.70 Warts, total

5 min.

23.81 Viruses N.N.

5 min.

25.62 Dermatophagoides (dust mite)

5 min.

25.64 Demodex folliculorum (follicular

5 min.

mite) 25.67 Ornithonyssus (bird mite)

5 min.

25.68 Sarcoptes scabiei (scabies)

5 min.

25.84 Troglodytella abrasseri

5 min.

164


63.20 Neurodermatitis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

26.05 Fungi I, total

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

27.05 Fungi II, total

cular consideration.

31.61 Detoxification intestines

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.62 Detoxification kidney

sideration for the illness.

5 min. 5 min.

31.63 Detoxification bladder

5 min.

31.65 Detoxification skin

5 min.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 63.20 Neurodermatitis

165


65.60 Menopause symptoms Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.12 ATP production colon

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.20 ATP production uterus

illness.

31.22 ATP production ovaries

5 min. 5 min.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

52.10 Skeleton, total

During the menopause, osteoporosis arises during the course of 5 min. the changes to the hormone balance.

55.10 Difficulty in falling asleep (21h-23h)

Hormone-related difficulties falling asleep are frequent 5 min.

â&#x20AC;&#x201C; frequently hormone disorders

occurrences.

55.20 Difficulty in staying asleep (23-01h

Various problems with sleeping through the night are further 5 min.

premature wakening)

symptoms of the menopause.

55.21 Difficulty in staying asleep (01-03h

Various problems with sleeping through the night are further 5 min.

premature wakening)

symptoms of the menopause.

55.22 Difficulty in staying asleep (03-05h

Various problems with sleeping through the night are further 5 min.

premature wakening)

symptoms of the menopause.

64.10 Hypothalamus

The hypothalamus regulates, at the first hormone level, the for- 5 min. mation of sex hormones, and affects the pituitary gland.

64.20 Pituitary gland

The anterior lobes of the pituitary gland form hormones which 5 min. affect the ovaries.

64.80 Ovaries

The ovaries produce hormones, oestrogen and progestin (proge- 5 min. sterone).

65.10 Female hormone balance basic regu-

Aid of the female hormone balance is important due to the 5 min.

lation

changes experienced during the menopause.

65.30 Hypothalamus

The hypothalamus affects the pituitary gland at first hormone 5 min. level and affects the production of the sex hormones.

65.31 Pituitary gland anterior lobes

The anterior lobes of the pituitary glands, on the other hand,

5 min.

affect the production of hormones in the ovaries. 65.60 Menopause symptoms 166

Menopause, menopause syndrome

5 min.


65.60 Menopause symptoms Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

66.00 Female sexual organs physiology,

Due to the change of the hormone balance, the female sexual 5 min.

total

organs need to be aided.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional ordeals worsen the symptoms and, due to the hor- 5 min. monal changes in the body, psycho-nervous symptoms such as irritability, lethargy and sleep disorders frequently occur.

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors increase the symptoms.

5 min.

75.15 Weight reduction

Being overweight / adiposity are frequent accompanying 5 min. symptoms during the menopause.

75.18 Meteorosensitiveness / sferics

Increased meteorosensitiveness caused by the hormonal imba-

5 min.

lance can also occur. 75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress usually worsens the symptoms.

5 min.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

5 min.

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

5 min.

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.18 Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

5 min.

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.51 Detoxification blood system

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.64 Detoxification female / female-

sideration for the illness.

5 min.

specific 01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 65.60 Menopause symptoms

167


Own notice of 65.60 Menopause symptoms

168


67.30 Endometriosis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

00.00 Analysis preparation

This program is only used during analysis. Rotation on the Rayo- 0 min. tensor: measurement can commence, linear motion: first of all, harmonise the program until a rotation is visible on the Rayotensor.

01.00 Vitalisation, total

Test to ascertain if the energy balance is disturbed / too weak.

5 min.

02.13 Stomach meridian

Meridians associated with the target illness.

2 min.

02.14 Spleen meridian

2 min.

02.18 Kidney meridian

2 min.

02.24 Conception vessel meridian

2 min.

31.20 ATP production uterus

These ATP programs are to be taken into consideration for the 5 min.

31.22 ATP production ovaries

illness.

04.00 Electrosmog, total

By means of the named programs, the cause-orientated treat- 5 min.

05.00 Geopathic stresses, total

ment approach is supported.

5 min. 5 min.

06.00 Acid-base balance, total

5 min.

07.00 Vital substances, total

5 min.

08.00 Harmful substances, total

5 min.

31.81 Scarring

Especially in the case of chronic endometriosis, distortion and 5 min. scarring can occur.

34.00 Immune system physiology, total

The immune system should be aided and strengthened.

5 min.

36.10 Lymph vessels

The uterus mucous membrane can also enter other organs via 5 min. the lymph vessels.

52.34 Sacrum / coccyx

Pain, especially in the sacrum, can occur.

5 min.

53.73 Backache, lumbar vertebrae

Pain in the back extends as far as the lumbar vertebrae.

5 min.

64.80 Ovaries

In the presence of endometriosis, during menstruation, mucous 5 min. membrane tissue divulses from the uterus and, via the Fallopian tubes, enters the abdominal cavity.

65.10 Female hormone balance basic regu- The female hormone balance needs to be balanced.

5 min.

lation 65.30 Hypothalamus

Hypothalamus regulates, at first level, the release of hormones 5 min. stimulated by the ovaries.

65.31 Pituitary gland anterior lobes

The anterior lobes of the pituitary glands affect the production 5 min. of hormones in the ovaries.

65.50 Menstruation programs, total

Menstrual disorders can occur.

5 min.

66.00 Female sexual organs physiology,

Since a divulsion of the mucous membrane of the uterus occurs 5 min.

total

in the abdominal cavity or other organs, the female sexual organs should be aided.

67.30 Endometriosis

Endometriosis

5 min.

72.00 Psyche

Emotional ordeals can have a worsening effect.

5 min.

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67.30 Endometriosis Program No. / description

Explanation

Time

75.10 Stress reduction

Stress factors increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

75.20 Emotional stress

Emotional stress can increase the symptoms of the disease.

5 min.

20.12 Beta-haemolytic streptococcus

From an energetic point of view, these pathogens require parti- 5 min.

20.19 Staphylococcus aureus

cular consideration.

5 min.

20.21 Streptococcus lactis

5 min.

20.22 Streptococcus mitis

5 min.

20.23 Streptococcus pneumoniae

5 min.

20.24 Streptococcus pyogenes

5 min.

20.25 Streptococcus sp.

5 min.

21.86 Chlamydia trachomatis

5 min.

22.15 Herpes simplex

5 min.

22.17 Herpes zoster

5 min.

22.18 Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

5 min.

25.41 Trichomonas vaginalis

5 min.

27.11 Candida albicans

5 min.

31.51 Detoxification blood system

The detoxification programs opposite should be taken into con- 5 min.

31.52 Detoxification lymph system

sideration for the illness.

31.64 Detoxification female / female-speci-

5 min. 5 min.

fic 01.00 Vitalisation, total

In order to implement the specified regulation pulses, the body 2 min. requires energy. For this reason, the vitalisation program is always used once more during the harmonisation process.

Own notice of 67.30 Endometriosis

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