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We should mention that Cardiometry is a fine diagnostics tool to assess heart life expectancy. Our experts, using Cardiocode in “red zones” in intensive care units, have confirmed effectiveness of noninvasive measuring of the hemodynamics data on the cardiovascular system performance in critical patients with different severity degrees. The medical staff involved had a possibility not only to monitor the state in each critical patient, but also to predict and control the progression of a disease. We are going to publish some results of this pilot study in our next issues.

Our life dictates what topical issues should be discussed by the current Journal issue. Our scientists are carefully analyzing the current situation in the world and trying to avoid snap findings. Time shows us possible ways of how to solve the complex health care problems. The key conclusion can be very simple: a human being must be healthy, and as a consequence, his/her immune system must be tuned to respond to unfavorable infection attacks in an optimal manner. Therefore we have asked some our researchers to voice their opinions how to strengthen the human immune system. We think it is useful for every of us and therefore publish their recommendations and statements on the first pages in this issue.

We should mention that Cardiometry is a fine diagnostics tool to assess heart life expectancy. Our experts, using Cardiocode in “red zones” in intensive care units, have confirmed effectiveness of noninvasive measuring of the hemodynamics data on the cardiovascular system performance in critical patients with different severity degrees. The medical staff involved had a possibility not only to monitor the state in each critical patient, but also to predict and control the progression of a disease. We are going to publish some results of this pilot study in our next issues.

We are optimistic about the future of Cardiometry and do believe that with developing telemedicine it can solve a great variety of most complicated practical problems. And our aim is: disease prevention and protection.

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