Diacom non-NLS Urmium Bioresonance Device

Is registered as a medical device in the USA, Europe and South Africa, registered by certification bodies as a combined measuring device that measures low-precision electromagnetic fields and a generator of low-precision electromagnetic pulses. The device has passed all tests, including on electromagnetic safety, on safety for the environment, as well as on safety for people and animals.


The device is primarily designed to study the dependence and effect of low-precision electromagnetic fluctuations on various areas of human and animal habitat, as well as the impact of these fluctuations on the human body. The machine’s low-precision electromagnetic wave generator can affect microorganisms and primarily the pathogenic microflora in the course of its operation. Combining these two technologies allows for deeper research into the effects of electromagnetic waves on different areas of human and animal habitat.

Diacom-NLS-URMIUM is designed, among other things, to conduct an energy assessment of the activity of the human electromagnetic field in the environment in order to improve its condition and resistance to external aggressions.

The program also uses mathematical virtual models that allow you to conduct a visual assessment. The peculiarities of this evaluation are the subject of a separate training of the program.

Diacom Urmium is one of the most extensive comparison computerized health analysis systems on the market as it reveals symptoms, psychological problems, micro-organisms, allergies, parasites and pollutants in the body and can assist with suggesting remedies whether allopathic or homeopathic  that are safe and compatible to the client’s health profile.

It has  had numerous successes in assessing hard to find ailments and illnesses and is a very powerful tool to provide especially a chronically ill person information to approach a medical professional with a more detailed description of what may be causing his/her illness. This information can then empower the medical professional to make further assessments to diagnose and treat the patient accordingly.