You are reading the first issue of medical scientific journal ACTUAL ASPECTS OF NLS-DIAGNOSTICS. Even without reading a single article you can see that this journal differs from traditional academic medical journals.
Firstly, it is focused and related to a new trend in medical science – non-linear (NLS) diagnostics – the trend that appeared at the junction of classical and Oriental medicine, quantum mechanics and psychophysics. NLS-diagnostics, based on a new physics of quantum-entropic interaction allows to acquire maximum information about severity, maturity and intensity of functional changes in human organism during medical check-up. In majority of cases application of this technology has a principle meaning for diagnosing and therefore for choosing of proper treatment course. Thereby developing of this method became an important milestone in diagnostic medicine.
The first decade of the 21st century is marked by considerable extension of NLS-technology’s diagnostic possibilities, first of all by means of new technologies introduction and using of high-performance computers. Such concepts as 3D NLS-graphy, NLS-ultramicroscopy, spectral-entropic analysis (SEA), have become customary in many clinics. Along with development of affordable portable digital NLS-systems, scope of their application in the world has been extended also. Cost of NLS-diagnostic equipment is really low in comparison with other methods of medical imaging, such as ultrasound, CT and MRI. It promotes wide spreading of the technology in countries of low income level. Among other methods of medical imaging the NLS gives a picture closest to the pathologicoanatomic one. This fact, as well as safety, promotes quick development of NLS-diagnostics.
More and more clinical therapists realize necessity to master NLS-diagnostic equipment. That is why a need in properly educated experts in this field is obvious.
Today, as we can see, non-linear diagnostics is one of the most prospective and fast-moving branch of medical science and practice, having all necessary institutional attributes, the main of which is formally established and active professional society of non-linear diagnostics experts – the International Academy of non-linear diagnostic systems (IANDS). Until today non-linear diagnostics experts had no forum to discuss topical issues of NLS-diagnostics, which would promote wide spreading and development of this branch of medicine. Published materials are scattered among general medical and highly specialized journals and are lost in the mainstream of publications on more traditional for medical science fields.
I want to believe that this journal issued by IANDS will become a discussion forum for non-linear diagnostics experts, help to ensure scientific communication, exchange of ideas and results of studies, and promote introduction of latest scientific developments into practical work of all non-linear diagnostics experts.
Secondly, this journal is electronic one and there will be no printed version of it. Today traditional paper scientific journal cannot get in line with dynamic information environment. Modern scientific periodicals seek representation in the Internet, otherwise it will probably result in absence of demand and withdrawal from professional communicative space. Creating his journal we have intentionally chosen the electronic form of publication, because it has many advantages over traditional paper form. Thanks to electronic form journal volume limitation are dropped, financial expenses are lowered and time for delivery to each reader is decreased – it takes seconds now. All issues of the journal will be in constant and free access for any reader.
The editorial board of the journal establishes a very ambitious goal – to make the journal recognizable among major medical journals and to become well-know to world’s scientific society as the journal reflecting the latest achievements of medical science in NLS-diagnostics field. Scientific renown will be ensured by transparency and accessibility of published materials 24/7.
The journal will be issued in English four times per year. The journal adheres to standard publishing requirements. ACTUAL ASPECTS OF NLS-DIAGNOSTICS is the officially registered full length publication undergoing complete editorial and correction cycle. It publishes adequate and completed manuscripts only. To maintain high professional quality an expertise of all materials will be carried out. Well know scientists will be engaged in various official capacities (authors, reviewers, members of the editorial board), which will also ensure high quality of published materials.
All materials in electronic assets (of local and remote access) of the electronic journal are considered to be published and are the subject matter of copyright.
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Head editor of ACTUAL ASPECTS OF NLS-DIAGNOSTICS,
Full member of the Academy of Medical and Technical Sciences,
President of the International Academy of non-linear diagnostic systems,