The Bicom BodyCheck (BBC) device is a spin-off from the Russian space program that was developed at the Department of Medicine, University of Omsk, Siberia. Most of the Russian scientific effort to support their space program is based in Siberia.
The device is a biomedical device outside of the current medical paradigm. It is based on 20 years of basic research done by a number of Russian teams who recorded frequencies emitted by particular organs. They recorded what the normal frequency response would be for any particular age of either male or female subjects of each of the organs.
The BBC device is used for assessing organ function and not structure. Therefore it is not like an ECG, CT, MRI or an Ultrasound scan. It is specifically…
The relevant frequency patterns are projected through the headphones (these are inaudible as they are well above the audible frequency range). The sensor channels the information which comes off the test subject as a result of having the resonant frequencies passed through the headphones to a computer-based device and the readings are shown. Then, relevant stresses, which have also had their frequency response determined using the same methods, are compared against the reading found and as a result, the patient goes away with an optimal set of Bicom programs that are most likely to help their current condition.
Therefore, from a practical point of view, this is a method of determining ideal therapies and is not fundamentally a diagnostic device