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Neuropathy Analyser INR   0 INR  0
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Neuropathy Analyser

For Quantitative Sensory Testing Measurement of Peripheral Sensory Thresholds: Vibration and Thermal (Cooling, Heat-Pain). In diabetes mellitus, polyneuropathy is an important complication and should be diagnosed as early as possible in order to prevent damage to the patient. Determination of warm, cold, and heat pain thresholds enables one to judge small nerve fibre sensitivity. Failure to perceive variances in temperature in the extremities is the most decisive early symptom of distal symmetric polyneuropathy, a typical ailment accompanying diabetes mellitus (Ziegler 1988). The Vibrotherm Dx may be used on patients with neurological diseases (especially Peripheral Neuropathy). The system is designed to measure and store patient responses to a series of thermal or vibratory stimuli, but does not make any diagnosis. The test results should be used with the results of other medically accepted tests in order to assist the physician in making a final diagnosis. The product is highly accurate and truly calibrated to produce repeatable results. When the patients are properly explained and instructed before the testing, the results of the tests are highly sensitive, specific, and quantified. The Vibrotherm Dx can determine Vibratory Threshold, Cooling Threshold and Heat Pain Threshold. In order to understand better the model Vibrometer and Thermometry HCP are combined in this model.

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Non Contact IR Foot Thermometer FT4 INR   0 INR  0
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Non Contact IR Foot Thermometer FT4

Inflammation is one of the earliest signs of tissue injury and ulceration. However, the clinical signs of inflammation are usually too subtle to be detected by patients or even by trained health care providers. We hypothesized that skin temperatures could be used as a surrogate measure of injury and localized inflammation. Skin temperature measurements can be easily performed and assessed by the lay public and have been used as a diagnostic tool for diabetic foot ulcerations The aim of this product is to help high-risk individuals identify areas on their feet that are inflamed and prone to ulceration before a wound develops. The patients to record foot temperatures in the great toe, the first, third, and fifth metatarsal head region, the midfoot, and the heel. If skin temperatures were elevated by >40F (2.20C) compared with the corresponding site on the opposite foot for two consecutive days, subjects were instructed to contact the hospital and decrease their activity until temperatures normalized. Software is supplied for storing the data in computer free of cost along with the instrument. Features : • Early marker for identifying foot ulcer • Simple One handed operation • 3.1/2 digit LCD with back light • Accuracy +/- 2 • Early marker for Charcot foot • Laser targeting • oC / oF select switch

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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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Ambulatory BP Monitor ABPM50 INR   0 INR  0
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Ambulatory BP Monitor ABPM50

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is being increasingly recommended for routine clinical practice. It may be particularly useful in evaluating the patient with variable blood pressure readings in the office, or the patient with wide discrepancies between the blood pressure readings at home and the clinician's office (ie, "white coat" hypertension). ABPM and, in particular, nocturnal blood pressure readings, may also provide prognostic data. Ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) monitoring involves measuring blood pressure (BP) at regular intervals (usually every 15–30 minutes) over a 24 hour period while patients undergo normal daily activities, including sleep. . What are the indications? • Suspected white-coat hypertension (including in pregnancy) • Suspected masked hypertension • Suspected nocturnal hypertension or no night time reduction in BP (dipping) • Hypertension despite appropriate treatment • Patients with a high risk of future cardiovascular events (even if clinic BP is normal) • Suspected episodic hypertension • Prolonged Diabetes Supplied with unit, Adult BP cuff, Wide BP cuff for obese patients and software.

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Light Therapy NEUROLITE

Neurolite Therapy is a medical device that emits infrared light at a wavelength of 890 nm along with LED light at a wavelength of 660nm, and can be applied to any area of the body, which may provide a relief for the patients. Neurolite Therapy device helps the patient if they can use early on to relieve pain, increase microcirculation, promote healing and relieve muscle spasm, it is possible to decrease pain levels, decrease the number of falls, the number of injuries and the necessity for amputations. It is also possible to increase the patient’s level of activities and quality of life, (due to reduction in pain) as well as overall patient compliance and satisfaction. Features: • Infra-red LED and RED led activated • Continuous or Pulsed operation • Increase vascular efficacy • Stimulate the production of collagen • Stimulate the release of adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) • Stimulate fibroblastic activity • Stimulate tissue granulation and connective tissue projections • Stimulate acetylcholine release • Reduce the excitability of nervous tissue • Benefits Pain and Numbness in Extremities • Selective wavelengths for improved result • Built-in timer stops the therapy automatically • Stimulate the production of collagen • Increase lymphatic system activity • Stimulate tissue granulation and connective tissue projections

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Thermometry Hot / Cold INR   0 INR  0
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Thermometry Hot / Cold

In diabetes mellitus, polyneuropathy is an important complication and should be diagnosed as early as possible in order to prevent damage to the patient. Determination of warm, cold, and heat pain thresholds enables one to judge small nerve fibre sensitivity. Failure to perceive variances in temperature in the extremities is the most decisive early symptom of distal symmetric polyneuropathy, a typical ailment accompanying diabetes mellitus (Ziegler 1988). The Thermometry HCP may be used on patients with neurological diseases (especially peripheral neuropathy). The system is designed to measure and store patient responses to a series of thermal stimuli, but does not make any diagnosis. The test results should be used with the results of other medically accepted tests in order to assist the physician in making a final diagnosis. The product is highly accurate and truly calibrated to produce repeatable results. When the patients are properly explained and instructed before the testing, the results of the tests are highly sensitive, specific, and quantified. Features: • Full solid state Design PC enabled • Non invasive testing of pain thresholds • Range : 10 C to 500 C (Restricted for the purpose of safety) • Rate of change : 0.50 C per second for Hot/Cold • Helps to find Cool, Warm, Hot, and Cold Perception Thresholds • Data storage on Personal Computer. • Easy operation with hand remote • Helps detecting Diabetic Polyneuropathy at an early stage

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