The Evaluation After the Zones of Laboratorial Diagnosis
American Journal of Internal Medicine
Volume 8, Issue 1, January 2020, Pages: 1-7
Received: Jul. 5, 2019; Accepted: Dec. 13, 2019; Published: Jan. 7, 2020
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Janos Vincze, Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
Gabriella Vincze-Tiszay, Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
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During our ontogenetic development, the reference system of temporalisation is given by the synchronisation of the biophysical, biochemical and physiological needs and of the body movements. This is ruined by the requirement of minute and second accuracy of social adaptation, to which the inner biological clock of the human being is unable to synchronise. The functional scheme of the block-scheme is made of functional blocks which represent system elements or devices, which fulfil certain functions. In the schemes, the functional blocks are denoted with rectangles, bearing their names according to the functions fulfilled. In case of living systems the negative feedback regulation known from cybernetics is available only in the optimal range, as the other ranges are asymmetrical and due to this fact a modified negative feedback is created in which the regulation of major and minor ranges is not uniform. For the all laboratorial parameters exists five zones: optimum (1), admissible (2a., 2b), dangerous (3a., 3b), inactivity (4a., 4b) and inviability (5a., 5b). As a conclusion, the present medical science reserves the word perinormal for naming biophysical, biochemical and physiological responses in a wide range that warn us referring to the existence of mainly quantitative or reversible qualitative changes and the possibility of irreversibly pathological qualitative alterations. The role of the biophysics consists of the study of the vital pro¬cesses which take place in the living organisms, their correlations in the discovery of the causal relationships betOuren the phenomena, establishing the underlying connections and the quality differences of the processes which take place in the living organism.
Laboratorial Parameters, Negative Feedback, Positive Feedback, Stress, Agonize
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Janos Vincze, Gabriella Vincze-Tiszay, The Evaluation After the Zones of Laboratorial Diagnosis, American Journal of Internal Medicine. Vol. 8, No. 1, 2020, pp. 1-7. doi: 10.11648/j.ajim.20200801.11
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