Pathometric Laboratories Inc.
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|Pathometric Laboratories Inc.|
|Main organ||Pathometric Digest|
Pathometric Laboratories Inc. of Chicago, Illinois was an American company, founded by J. W. Wigelsworth for the manufacture of radionic equipment, particularly the Pathoclast, a device similar to Oscilloclast of Albert Abrams, and the Pathoinductor. The company's main organ for spreading their messages on the "pathometric determination of disease" was The Pathometric Digest.
Associates and Technicians
- Gladys Ingram
- R. W. Utberg
- R. L. Larsen
- G. A. Bast
- Ken P. Laurence
- Roy M. Keller
- Grace B. Edwards
- T. Galen Hieronymus
- US 1815385, Wigelsworth, Arthur E., "Humidifying System", published 1931-07-21, assigned to Pathometric Lab. Inc. — "By my invention, I provide devices for increasing the amount of liquid in vapor form in the air in the receptacle, which are controlled as to their operation by the quantity of liquid that may be contained from time to time in articles which are to be maintained at a desired degree of liquid content by the operation of the apparatus."
- Wigelsworth, J. W. (1924), Pathodyne System of Diagnosis Therapy, Chicago: Pathometric Laboratories Inc.
- "The Miraculous Abrams Outdone", New York State Journal of Medicine (New York: Medical Society of New York) 23 (3): 125, March 1923, https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.67814/page/n125