Pathology of Jaw

Turn instrument on and off after each stimulation to conserve battery. CEDS probe is then applied to the Ly2 point and readings are recorded as well as jaw point location if dysfunction is noted. These areas can be noted on the note pad in the CEDS soft ware. Probe tips are removable and sterilizable. The basis for the skin conductance measurements and stimulation were established by Dr. R. Voll, M.D. 1956 to 1978 Refer to resource books.

Basis for Skin Conductance
The body, like any other substance, has electrical properties of conductance and resistance which can be measured by applying a current.
b. Each conductance point in a healthy individual is 100,000 ohms, while the surrounding tissue is 2-3 million ohms. Stim-1-applying to dysfunction jaw tissue will be recorded by the CEDS in the ranges of 65 or higher, healthy tissue when stimulated in the same manner will record reading of 48 to 55 without an indicator drop.
Method of Study
Ly2 is balanced before stimulating with Stim-1- odontons of the jaw. Each recording is used to determine condition of the stimulated tissue. Confirmation is determined by the oral pathologists report These findings are coordinated and submitted to the IRB.

A box with a ground lead and a positive probe lead. On and off push button switch with an LED to indicate when 9 volt battery is out putting. The frequency is between 40 and 50 KHZ. Voltage out put is 3.5 volts at the probe end divided by 1Killaohm is 3.5 milliamps. This research addresses the need for convenient, cost effective, safe and timely data collection about the patient. Like the temperature measurement, the conductance and stimulation of the jaw tissue provides a simple, inexpensive, non invasive screening method that gives immediate findings to the patient and operator for surgical or nonsurgical intervention.

Resource information.
The following books and material can be ordered through Dr. Ed Arana 408-659-5385 Fax 408-659-2417.
Mouth Infections and Their Relation to Systemic Diseases Volume I and II Malcolm Graeme MacNevin, M.D.,F.A.C.P. Harold Sterns Vaughn, M.C., D.A.C.S.
Issued by the Joseph Purcell Research Memorial
Dental Infections Foci and Diseases of the Nervous System by Tore Patrick Stortebecker Neural Focal Dentistry Dental Interference Fields and N.I.C.O. (Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis) Neural Focal Dentistry;
Illness caused by Interference Fields in the Trigeminal, by Ernesto Adler, M.D., D.D Electroacupuncture Primer (Soft bound , 164 pages many illustrations) F. Warner, MS, R. Vole, MD
Dental Infections Oral and Systemic: Volume I and II Wesson Price, D.D.S. International Association of EAV Presents Dr. Joachim Thomsen, by Joachim Thomsen, D.D.S. Ratner
Bone Cavities, Trigeminal Neuralgia Atypical Facial Pain assembled by Robert E. McMahon, D.D.S.
Characterization and identification of Chemical toxicants isolated from Cavitational material and infected root canaled teeth: in Situ testing of teeth for toxicity and infection: Boyd Haley, College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky 40536-0082 Phone: (606)257-2300- ext 246

For information on STIM-1
Contact person
is Douglas L. Cook, DDS, SC
Tel: 920-842 2083 or
Write to: Dr. Douglas Cook,
10971 Clinic Road, Suring WI 54174.

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