A CLINICAL POWERFUL EASY TO USE NON‐INVASIVE SYSTEM

In 15 Minutes Identify Patients At Risk

for Sudden Death, Silent Heart Attack, Hypertension Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy, Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy, Vascular Abnormalities, Orthostatic Hypotension, Syncope and other Hidden Diseases Testing of the Autonomic Nervous System is a Recommended Standard of Care by the American Diabetes Association for patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes

SYSTEM TESTING

QANS Assessment® provides comprehensive, fully automated autonomic testing equipment that is useful for physicians to gauge their patient’s health and uncover hidden disease.

Testing the autonomic nervous system can identify clinical autonomic disorders uncover major illness and other hidden diseases, such as:

  • Sudden Death
  • Silent Heart Attack
  • Hypertension
  • Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy
  • Vascular Abnormalities
  • Orthostatic Hypotension
  • Syncope

PHYSICIAN BENEFITS

QANS Assessment® is a valuable tool in diagnosing hidden illnesses. Having the ability to quickly and easily test patients and receive immediate comprehensive interpretive reports after the test is invaluable to medical practitioners. The benefits of QANS Assessment® are numerous, including:

  • Testing takes only 15 minutes to run a full battery of tests including cardiovascular fitness assessment.
  • The individual test modules take as little as 6 to 10 minutes.
  • Interpretive reports are generated immediately after testing. The reports are very easy to read and understand and include additional details and graph options for the physician.
  • QANS Assessment® has 39 standardized tests. In addition, provides you with the ability to customize your own tests and create your own templates.

SUDOCHECK SYSTEM

A CLINICAL POWERFUL EASY TO USE NON‐INVASIVE SYSTEM

In 15 Minutes Identify Patients At Risk

Small nerve fibers are the very first victims of diabetes, which is known to affect the peripheral nervous system even symptoms remain sub‐clinical. According to a recent study, already at an early stage of the diabetes evolution, the sympathetic innervation of eccrine sweat glands is progressively reduced. Irrespective of temperature and physical exercise, this alteration of the sweat glands' autonomous control causes a long‐lasting shift in the ionic balance of sweat conducts.

SUDOMOTOR ANALYSIS OVERVIEW

  • Small unmyelinated C‐fibers are responsible for the function of sweat glands
  • Sudomotor dysfunction has been established as one of the earliest detectable neurophysiologic abnormalities in distal small fiber neuropathies.
  • As an index of the severity and distribution of automatic failure, quantitative assessment of sweat response has been proposed. It will also serve as an early indicator for regeneration of small fibers.
  • Diabetic patients have been observed to experience a degeneration of small C‐fiber innervating sweat glands
  • SudoCheck measures bio electrochemical sweat skin conductances (BEC), which are directly connected to the capability of the glands to transfer chloride ions and which reflects small‐C fiber status.
  • SudoCheck is a fast and easy method to measure sweat function.

ADVANTAGES

  • Analyze and test SudoCheck's responsiveness and accuracy in detecting diabetic neuropathy and compare it with existing standardized tests for the diagnosis of diabetic neuropathy.
  • Evaluate SudoCheck in patients with Diabetes Mellitusm, as an instrument to assess autonomic neuropathy and neuropathic pain.
  • SudoCheck is an innovative, sensitive tool for the detection of diabetic neuropathy, especially painful diabetic neuropathy. As sweat glands are innervated by small c fibers, which are also involved in pain pathways, precise measuring of the sweat gland function can identify that cause.
  • SudoCheck, a sensitive device to detect neuropathy in patients with diabetes mellitus, operates with a very high sensitivity and a specificity.
  • When compared to non‐painful neuropathy, feet BEC was significantly decreased in patients with painful diabetic neuropathy.
  • These results suggest that the peripheral autonomic nervous system plays a role in painful diabetic neuropathy.
  • SudoCheck results correlated significantly with clinical neuropathy scores, pain scores and measures of autonomic dysfunction.

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