GH-METHODS

Math-Physical Medicine

Neuroscience

NO. 094

Stimulators and simulation models of the brain from viewpoints of diabetes disease and its control (GH-Method: math-physical medicine)

NO. 096

Stimulators and simulation models of the brain from viewpoints of diabetes complications (GH-Method: math-physical medicine)

NO. 126

A study on weight, a brain stimulator, and fasting plasma glucose production, simulation model, using GH-Method: math-physical medicine

NO. 130

A brain neuroscience study of the stimulator and glucose simulation model due to breakfasts using GH-Method: math-physical medicine

NO. 131

A brain neuroscience study of the stimulator and glucose simulation model to analyze high-protein meals using GH-Method: math-physical medicine

NO. 135

Using PPG segmentation analysis, waveform characteristics analysis, and energy theory to investigate the linkage among brain, liver, and gastrointestinal system  (GH-Method: math-physical medicine)

NO. 136

Using a comparison between low-carb and high-carb meals with a detailed PPG waveform segmentation and associated energy analysis to investigate the linkage between the brain and internal organs  (GH-Method: math-physical medicine)

NO. 148

Two clinical cases to demonstrate the communication model between the brain and certain internal organs as well as the health state of the pancreatic beta cells 

NO. 153

A brain neuroscience study based on high-protein breakfast meals postprandial plasma glucose investigation  (GH-Method: math-physical medicine)

NO. 228

Hypothesis on glucose production communication model between the brain and other internal organs, especially the stomach and liver via studying glucose responses due to solid food

NO. 229

Hypothesis on glucose production communication model between the brain and internal organs via investigating the PPG values of pan-fried solid egg meal vs. egg drop liquid soup meal

NO. 230

Hypothesis on glucose production’s communication model between the brain and other internal organs, especially the stomach and liver

NO. 231

Hypothesis of glucose production communication model between brain and other internal organs, especially stomach and liver

NO. 232

NO. 233

Hypothesis of communication model between the brain and other organs based on PPG of vegetable meals

NO. 234

Hypothesis on the glucose production’s communication model between the brain and other internal organs, especially the stomach and liver

NO. 236

A hypothetical communication model between brain and liver regarding glucose production (both PPG and FPG) using GH-Method: Math-Physical Medicine (MPM)

NO. 237

Hypothesis on glucose production communication model between the brain and internal organs via investigating the PPG values of pan-fried solid egg meal vs. egg drop liquid soup meal

NO. 266

Physical evidence of neural communication among brain, stomach, and liver via PPG waveform differences between liquid food and solid food

NO. 311

A neural communication model between brain and internal organs via postprandial plasma glucose waveforms study based on 95 liquid egg meals and 110 solid egg meals

NO. 324

A neuro-communication model between the brain and liver regarding glucose production and secretion in early morning using GH-Method: math-physical medicine

NO. 340

A neural communication model between brain and internal organs, specifically stomach, liver, and pancreatic beta cells based on PPG waveforms of 131 liquid egg meals and 124 solid egg meals

NO. 366

A neural communication model between the brain and internal organs via postprandial plasma glucose waveforms study based on 159 liquid egg meals, 126 solid egg meals, and 17 tea only meals

NO. 383

A neural communication model between the brain and internal organs via postprandial plasma glucose waveforms study based on 165 liquid egg meals, 133 solid egg meals, and 30 tea only meals

NO. 394

A neuroscience model between the brain and liver regarding glucose secretion in early morning using GH-Method: math-physical medicine