High Resolution Blood Analysis

Physicians rely on many methods to detect and diagnose disease conditions. These include X-ray studies, urine, saliva and blood tests that measure minerals, proteins, chemical compounds, and the amount and composition of blood cells. Until recently, however, we have not had many tools that would allow us to detect disease or dysfunction at its very earliest stages, before the problem is manifested in an overt disease state. Standard blood analysis does not allow us to see the interaction, movement and functioning of live blood cells.

We have been searching for a method to observe whole tissue samples without using stains or other processes that damage the tissue, a method that is inexpensive, reproducible, and can diagnose conditions at a much earlier stage.

Now, we have a way of examining live, whole blood under a high-powered microscope, known as High Resolution Blood Imaging (HRBI). This method was developed by Dr. Robert Bradford of American Biologics in California. He has demonstrated that a drop of blood can show what is happening inside an individual and can provide information that a regular blood analysis test cannot.

The procedure entails taking a drop of blood from the fingertip and placing it on a slide under a high power microscope. The magnified blood is shown on a flat screen monitor and can be observed and photographed over several minutes. HRBI allows us to detect bacteria, fungi, viruses, heavy metals, cholesterol, evidence of vitamin deficiencies, blood sugar problems, and poor system function among other things, It also can indicate how the organs are functioning.

The photograph below shows composite images taken during the blood examination. The “before” exam on the left shows cholesterol plaque formations, RBC stacking (Rouleux), parasites, yeast, mold, and fungus. The “after” examination shows the results after a detoxification regime and proper nutritional support. Notice the dramatic improvement, clean blood serum, and healthy RBC formation. The yeast, mold and fungus were eradicated. For more information, or a personal explanation on how this examination could benefit your health – please contact our office.

Bloodwork Composite

 

This blood slide photo is an example of a coagulation assessment.  Normal healthy blood has this appearance.  Deep red in color, tight netting, and uniform.
This coagulation assessment is an example of premature aging due to oxidation and inflammation.
This example shows oxidative stress and parasite infestation.