Spectroscopic Phenomenological Estimation of the Functional State of the Human Organism in Rate and Pathology


Express-evaluation of functional state of organism is the urgent question in connection with extension of the number of facts, affecting people in conditions of environment. Considering the variety of different effects, preferences might be given to integral activities. To our opinion, that kind of evaluation may be given by the phenomenological absorption spectroscopy analysis of biological liquids, which regards blood and its components as one and indivisible light-absorbing system without separating into individual compounds. We determine blood and its components as a system of quasi-particles in excited state. This way, all of physicochemical properties of such kind of system are formed by its effective energy characteristics, connected with absorption spectrums in UV and VIS radiation [1].

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M. Dolomatov, N. Kalashchenko, S. Dezortsev and T. Araslanov, "Spectroscopic Phenomenological Estimation of the Functional State of the Human Organism in Rate and Pathology," International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol. 2 No. 2, 2011, pp. 79-81. doi: 10.4236/ijcm.2011.22015.

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