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ôMilanoCheckUpö exhibition, Milan, Italy, June 6-9, 2007

15.08.2007

                                                                                                                                                                            

 The Institute of Practical Psychophysics along with its Italian partners Oxicur, took part in ôMilanoCheckUpö exhibition, Milan, Italy, June 6-9, 2007

                                            

This exhibition was intended for managers and experts of health protection, social service,   production and usage of medical and, especially, diagnostic equipment; instruments and pharmacological devices, specialists in innovations in medical practice and disease diagnostics, patient examination methods development and prognosis in social protection sphere specialists.

 

Scientific committee was headed by P. Nurtze, the Nobel Prize laureate in medicine. The committee consisted of the department of nuclear medicine director - Prof. F. Fazio,  Milan cardiological center director ľ Prof. C. Fiorentini, department of teletherapy and brachiotherapy of United European Institute of oncology director ľ R. Orrechia and other Italian scientists of authority. 

 

In the context of congress the Institute of Practical Psychophysics organized the conference in which Italian and Argentine doctors and specialists, Russian Federation consulate general attaché in Milan Mr. Rackevich took part, the presentation of new developments of the Institute of Practical Psychophysics took place, in particular źMetatron╗ hardware-software bioresonance-diagnostic system with źMetapathia GR Hunter╗ software. This device provoked public interest and resonance in scientific society.

 

The President of Non-Linear Systems International Academy, full member of Academy of Medical and Technical sciences, academic Nesterov V.I gave a report; Russian Federation consulate general attaché in Milan Mr.Rackevich gave a report about supporting scientific and research programs by Italian embassy and Russian-Italian ties.

 

   



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