FAQs

Should I ask my doctorís advise before I take Health Detector scan session?

Most people will not need consent from their doctor to have a Health Detector scan session; however there are certain conditions that prevent the safe use of this session or that may require consent from your GP. These conditions are outlined below. If you have any concerns whatsoever please contact In Vivo Health Ltd.

Contraindications to the Health Detector scan :
( session cannot be used under the following conditions)

  • Acute infections

  • Infectious skin diseases

  • Active tuberculosis

  • Epilepsy

  • Dyspraxia

  • Autism

  • Any genetic or mental/psychiatric disorder affecting mental health

  • Cardiac pacemakers or other implanted stimulators

  • Pregnancy (due to possible ambiguity of results: motherís or babyís?)

  • Children under age of 4 (young children may not keep still during the session)

  • Sensitiveness to electric fields

Are there any side effects to the Health Detector scan session?

There are no side effects recorded to date with the use of Health Detector technology. The patient may experience short-termed hyperactivity or insomnia which usually subside after 1-3 days.

If you are at all concerned about any of above described reactions or after effects please do not hesitate to contact us or consult your doctor.


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