Doctor Buteyko's Discovery Trilogy by Sergey Altukhov

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Doctor Buteyko's Discovery Trilogy

by Sergey Altukhov

Combine-complexator

...Pomekhin promised the doctor everything: staff, money for equipment and a laboratory. In general, they found themselves in agreement, and at first, after the move to Novosibirsk, Pomekhin had no regrets. They were temporarily allocated the old TB block on the grounds of the city hospital. From the very first, Buteyko was intent on assembling his unusual equipment, but at the beginning, he didn’t bother anyone. On the contrary, he was a great help.

Buteyko Combine-complexator from Buteyko's laboratory

When a piece of equipment broke down in a neighbouring department and no-one could fix it, they called Buteyko. And he would inevitably get it up and running again quickly. Apart from the fact that Buteyko had graduated brilliantly from the country’s top medical school and completed his postgraduate under Academician Dariev’s supervision, he was also a gifted technician.

Buteyko and his assistants spent fifteen hours a day constructing his ‘combine-complexator’ (Pomekhin frowned at the very thought of that unusual diagnostic apparatus). It was almost ready by autumn of 1960, and as the work on it neared completion, the first signs of disagreement between Buteyko and the Professor appeared. According to Buteyko (oh, that confounded upstart!) the complexator was a unique piece of medical technology, with no equivalent, either in the USSR or abroad.

The patient lay on a special couch and was hooked up to a variety of sensors that Buteyko said provided information inconceivable in any other clinic in the world. The complexator could simultaneously provide data on up to forty indicators of the patient's condition at that moment...
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Doctor Buteyko's Discovery Trilogy

by Sergey Altukhov

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