AcuGraph 3 Release 5/5 (3)

January 30, 2008 brought the release of AcuGraph 3. This massive update revolutionized acupuncture practice once again with numerous new innovations including the following: PIE Chart Screening Module Speaking Exam Maximize Windows WHO Abbreviation Standard Interactive Help HIPAA Compliant Robust Notes Complete Patient Info Energy Cycle Graph Expert Reference Section Emotional Imbalance Correlation AcuHerb Integration Full Printing, with PDF Digital Integration Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

Patent Pending 5/5 (2)

In January 2008, Miridia Technology Inc. received patent pending status for numerous features included in AcuGraph, as well as features to be included in future products. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

NIH Funded Research 5/5 (3)

In September 2007, Miridia Technology Inc. received a research grant from the National Institutes of Health for the purpose of studying electrodermal impedance screening at multiple acupuncture points. The year-long research project was completed in conjunction with the National College of Natural Medicine and produced valuable insights, which have since been published. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

Worldwide AcuGraph Research Project 5/5 (3)

In January 2007, we announced details of our Worldwide AcuGraph Research Project. With a goal of collecting 2.4 million individual point measurements for statistical analysis, this project was the largest acupuncture research project in history. In late 2009 we reached our goal of 100,000 individual exams in our research database, comprising some 2.4 million individual point measurements. Statistical analysis is currently underway with exciting results to be published during 2010. Please rate this Please Rate... Read more

Secure, Off-site Backup 5/5 (3)

In October 2006, AcuGraph strengthened the automatic backup feature by offering secure, offsite back up of patient data. Automatic backup brought peace of mind, and one-click restore brought confidence and security. Patient data loss became all but extinct. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

Automatic Backup 5/5 (3)

In January 2006, due to user requests, we added automatic back up of AcuGraph data at shut down. Users no longer had to worry about data loss from computer failure or theft. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

AcuGraph II Released 5/5 (3)

In August, 2005, AcuGraph II revolutionized meridian graphing once again with new graph types and advanced treatment options, including integrated 5-elements treatment protocols. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more

AcuGraph 1.0 Released 5/5 (2)

The first 10 AcuGraph units were sold and shipped in October, 2003. Yes, that’s a picture of Dr. Larsen’s kitchen table, where the units underwent final assembly before being shipped to their users. . Despite its humble beginnings, AcuGraph 1.0 was truly revolutionary. Among other things, AcuGraph was the first meridian graphing device to offer a direct USB computer interface for real-time measurement entry, gold plating to eliminate tip corrosion, self-calibration for continual accuracy, cross-platform... Read more

AcuGraph Development Begins 5/5 (2)

Adrian Larsen and his team saw the need for a computerized ryodoraku application and began development of AcuGraph in late 2002. Development took nearly a year, and many prototypes were produced, tested and refined to achieve the high level of accuracy and reliability enjoyed by AcuGraph owners. Please rate this Please Rate This Post: Read more