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Foot Imprinter Harris Mat INR   0 INR  0
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Foot Imprinter Harris Mat

The original diagnostic method for foot evaluation. Foot Imprinter Harris Mat is widely used to take the imprints of foot to analyse the plantar pressure variations of the foot. Simple, yet effective, and produces reproducible results when used properly. The foot imprinter displays weight distribution on the plantar surface of the foot. It can easily be used in dynamic gait analysis, static weight bearing and non-weight bearing positions. Features: • Detects the area of greatest concern for ulceration • Useful to identify Charcot's arthropathy • Very light, portable and easy to handle • Arch of the foot can also be detected • More the darker area indicates the high pressure • Presence of Callus can also be detected • Walking pattern of the patient can also be found • Easy to find the type of foot • More than 500 imprint can be taken from a single pad • Measures patient weight disbursement The set includes the imprint mat, prescription paper, inkpad and roller.

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Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy System Analyser – CANS504 INR   0 INR  0
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Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy System Analyser – CANS504

One of the most overlooked of all serious complications of diabetes is cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN), which encompasses damage to the autonomic nerve fibers that innervate the heart and blood vessels, resulting in abnormalities in heart rate control and vascular dynamics. It also demonstrates that autonomic dysfunction can affect daily activities of individuals with diabetes and may invoke potentially life-threatening outcomes. Advances in technology, built on decades of research and clinical testing, now make it possible to objectively identify early stages of CAN with the use of careful measurement of autonomic function and to provide therapeutic choices that are based on symptom control and that might abrogate the underlying disorder. The autonomic nervous system is subdivided into the parasympathetic and sympathetic components that work antagonistically to provide a very fine degree of control over their target organs. In general, the parasympathetic nervous system predominates during rest by slowing heart rate, lowering blood pressure, and promoting digestion. The sympathetic nervous system is responsible for mounting responses to physical and psychological stimuli. The system uses ECG Cardio-Tachogram (R-R interval) and advanced automatic NIBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure) module to conduct a battery of six tests. Being fully automatic, it eliminates the need of manual recordings, readings and calculations. These tests are done with patients co-operation and the PC onscreen panel helps the to complete the tests successfully. Parasympathetic : Resting ECG : Resting HR Deep Breathing : • Coeff. Of Variation • Expiration Inspiration Ratio Supine to Standing : • Coeff. Of Variation • 30:15 Ratio Valsalva Maneuver : • Coeff. Of Variation • Valsalva Ratio Sympathetic : Postural Hypotension : • Resting BP • BP immediately after standing • BP after standing 1/2/3 minute • Fall in Systolic BP Sustained Handgrip : • Resting BP • BP after sustained handgrip • Increase in Diastolic BP Final Interpretation : • Parasympathetic Function

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Medical Monofilament 10gm

One of the frequent causes of non-traumatic lower-limb amputation is Diabetes and is usually preceded by foot ulcer and infection. The reason of this ulceration is commonly a loss of protective sensation due to peripheral neuropathy, for which there is no prevention strategy. Current research promotes early detection of neuropathy so that secondary prevention measures, such as intensive foot-care education and treatment, can be used for individuals. In an effort to standardize and simplify the detection of insensate foot, the 5.07/10-gm Monofilament is recommended by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization as a device that can be used by health professionals at every level of care. A standardised filament is pressed against part of the foot. When the filament bends, its tip is exerting a pressure of 10 grams (therefore this monofilament is often referred to as the 10 gram monofilament). If the patient cannot feel the monofilament at certain specified sites on the foot, he/she has lost enough sensation to be at risk of developing a neuropathic ulcer.

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