Live Blood Microscopy (previously known as Live Blood Analysis) is the generic term that describes viewing a tiny drop of live blood under a powerful medical microscope capturing images that are displayed in real time onto a computer screen.
It is important to understand Live Blood Microscopy is not a “stand alone” assessment nor can it be used for analytical purposes. Without other clinical subjective and objective findings conclusions can not be reached nor health advice given based on the findings on this test alone.
Live Blood Microscopy is a screening tool used to prompt the practitioner to ask pertinent questions in order to acquire an informed opinion as to possible underlying causes that may be contributing to health problems. Health analysis is a complex process and requires due diligence.
Biochemist, Scientist and Naturopath Dr Trevor Douglas, (Sc (hons) PhD, Biochemistry) has been the official trainer since 1993 in Dark Field Live Blood Microscopy, Phase Contrast Live Blood and Coagulated Blood Microscopy. Dr Douglas has published over 30 major research articles in international science journals, held 2 university lecturing positions and been the principal research scientist at CSIRO, Australia. He has been consulting over 15 years as a Naturopath and Nutritional Biochemist using live blood microscopy as a screening tool in combination with his usual initial consultation examination protocol.
Dr Douglas has trained medical doctors and naturopaths in Live Blood Microscopy sharing his accumulative expertise and is arguably the best authority on the subject.
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Live Blood Microscopy is NOT a stand alone diagnostic test, It may provide additional information when combined with other subjective and objective clinical findings that would normally occur in the course of a patient’s health assessment conducted by a qualified health practitioner.
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