Live Blood Cell Analysis
Live Blood Cell Analysis is the practice of viewing a drop of the patient’s blood under a microscope. By examining the characteristics of the blood, it is possible to observe imbalances in the body and health systems. It is a unique way to assess the overall balance in your internal systems, and identify the disease causing factors in the body.
Live Blood Cell Analysis is performed by the doctor applying a small, painless prick to the patients’ finger, the blood is then dropped on a slide, to take both a “live blood sample” and making a “dry” sample, called the Oxidative Stress Test. When the samples are viewed by the doctor the patient can view them as well on a monitor, this way the doctor and patient can engage in discussion about what is observed, and what may have changed over subsequent visits. After receiving a certificate and a Diploma in Live Blood Cell Analysis, Dr. Risk began using it in conjunction with BioMeridian testing throughout treatment for Lyme Disease. She finds that the two systems combined give her a complete overview of the patient’s health.
Many of the indications observed in both the live and dry samples are:
- Levels of activity of the immune system
- The condition of the red blood cells
- Organ stress
- Detection of the presence of parasites, mold, candida, viruses, etc.
- Features observed with blood sugar imbalances
- Features observed with protein suspension
- Features observed with inflammation
- Observation of cryastalline forms such as protoplasts, uric acid, cholesterol
- Features observed with gastrointestinal tract dysfunction
- Features observed with biofilm formation and chronic infections