JBiSE  Vol.6 No.8 , August 2013
Chaotic approach in biomedicine: Individualized medical treatment
ABSTRACT
According to classic deterministic-stochastic approaches, we don’t have any possibility for realization of the basic principle in medicine because every human organism has its own specific features. It is evident for us that requirement of medical personification includes two procedures: individual (with uninterrupted procedure of human organism state measurement) diagnostics and the second part which is connected with uninterrupted control of the efficiency of medical treatment and measurements of human organism parameters. We conduct the diagnostics according to behavior of state vector of human organism in phase space of states according to every coordinates of human’s state vector and with calculation of quasiattractors. We can present the results of our observations: what may be good for one person is not necessarily good for another. We present new bioinformational methods and software for calculation of quasiattractors parameters for dissolving such contradictions between deterministic-stochastic medicine and the use of theory of chaos self-organization where the state vector of human organism demonstrates uninterrupted movements. The practical results of such procedure are also presented according to the theory of chaos-self-organization. So there are great distinctions between the classic deterministic-stochastic approach (based on traditional medicine requirements) and the new theory of chaos self-organization which considers every human organism as a unique system with individual properties.

Cite this paper
Eskov, V. , Khadartsev, A. , Eskov, V. , Filatova, O. and Filatova, D. (2013) Chaotic approach in biomedicine: Individualized medical treatment. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 6, 847-853. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2013.68103.
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