S-Imago retrieves necessary data by the means of hand electrodes, SBA-sensor headset and laser scanner. Impulses are sent to the body from the device to get a specific response. Once the response is received, it's transmitted back to the computer for processing and diagnosing purposes. Once this is done, the final result is displayed for the device operator to make a decision about the treatment.
One of the electrodes receives the incoming impulse, while the other one records the inverted impulse being sent back into the body. When the impulse is sent and hits the cells, organs and organs, they radiate certain energy that will be later analyzed for the right decision to be made. How much that signal is altered depends on every individual patient and organ through which the impulse passed. This method of gathering data is called electrical impedance.
The headset comes with binaural SBA-sensors emitting acoustic vibration at a specific frequency. The vibration reaches the medulla oblongata (the lower half of the brainstem) in two ways:
The contains centers that control heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and other involuntary functions, all of them combined representing the autonomic nervous system as opposed to the central nervous system. The data gathered by the recording elements is then sent back to the device for processing. The use of binaural sensors allows getting accurate result no matter which hemisphere is prevailing in the patient's brain. This is the bio-resonance method of collecting data.
Laser (electromagnetic) scanner
Although this particular channel is the least informative of the three, the data it can help to collect is impossible to get through any other ones. This channel allows bringing the overall accuracy of the data gathered to 92%-96%.