Dear readers

The current issue of our journal has been published. Since the previous issue CARDIOMETRY has been making rapid strides. It is important to note that the journal’s papers have served not only the purpose of formulation of new scientific problems, but also the purpose of their solutions. Despite the complexity of the problems and the fundamental consequences of application of the original results in practice, we can say with reasonable confidence that the offered solutions are simple enough. We mean the possibility of noninvasive measurements of heart muscle acid-alkaline balance parameters. It has not been discussed before, but it is just CARDIOMETRY that has stated this problem and solved it in the most efficient way. It is also the case with an assessment of ageing of the cardiovascular system performance. Identified are the mechanisms of sudden cardiac death; general evaluation of the coronary arteries blood filling is offered; the mechanisms of triggering of various arrhythmias are revealed, and the arterial pressure regulation mechanism is detected. These problems have long resisted solution by ordinary means. Nowadays CARDIOMETRY becomes a reliable diagnostic tool that can be used both for identifying various cardiac diseases & disorders and effectively eliminating them.

In the present issue of the journal we are reporting on a cardiologist who has defined the criteria of prediction of the heart performance resource within the accuracy of several hours with the use of CARDIOMETRY.

Herein you can also find papers of some authors who justify scientifically their new approaches to solutions using CARDIOMETRY principles. An example is a paper in our journal where our authors describe their new cardiac valve prosthesis that is capable of maintaining a specific blood flow structure similar to the biological elevated fluidity mode.

The growing popularity of the journal should also be mentioned. It is read in more than 95 countries in the world.

But we also have to note some problems the practitioners face studying the publications in the CARDIOMETRY journal. First of all, understanding of the new science is connected with the system of their education. Observed is a conflict between the knowledge acquired by the medical staff at the classical medical universities and the concepts offered in CARDIOMETRY. Primarily, it is hard for them to understand logics, axiomatics and computations which are found in CARDIOMETRY. We are taking into account all these problems and trying to explain difficult questions in a more simplified way. For this purpose, developed are the new methodological recommendations for practical application which should assist the medical staff to rapidly master the unique capabilities of the new diagnostic method in practice.

Verification of new methods remains a great problem for practitioners. This problem is reflected in the first article of the journal issue. A new methodology of verification in medicine based on the classical principle of proving that is used in natural sciences is proposed therein. Physicists and mathematicians will find nothing innovative in it, but for the medical experts it is really a revolution. Therefore our journal will continue discussing this problem in the next issues.

We do very much hope our journal will be not only an academic one, but it will be able to support every practitioner in using the new science theoretical potential in full.

Looking forward to your feedback letters!

We wish you success in all your future endeavors!

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