SUDOSCAN technology in “Advances in Biosensors: Reviews – vol 3”

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SUDOSCAN technology explained
in “Advances in Biosensors”

A whole sharply detailed chapter explaining SUDOSCAN technology, is available in Advances in Biosensors: Reviews, volume 3 (Segey Y. Yurish, Editor), an IFSA Publishing Open Access Books.

First, this Chapter presents key information about the physiology of sweat glands and their control via small C fibers releasing Cholinergic and Adrenergic neurotransmitters. Then a full physical model of sweat gland behavior in the presence of low direct voltage applied to the skin is developed and its physico-electrochemical properties demonstrated. It is followed by a detailed description of the SUDOSCAN  patented technology. Finally, the main results of the principal clinical development programs performed over the last 10 years using this very easy to use technology are summarized.

Find out all you need to know about SUDOSCAN technology, functioning and clinical applications on this open access book.

Chapter title: 6. A Simple and Accurate Method to Assess Autonomic Nervous System through Sudomotor Function.

Click below to access to the chapter:

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About SUDOSCAN

SUDOSCAN is a quick and non-invasive test that provides an accurate evaluation of sweat gland function reflecting the status of the autonomic nervous system.

With quantitative and reproducible results, SUDOSCAN allows physicians to detect early and follow-up peripheral neuropathy to monitor disease progression and assess treatment efficacy for better patient management.

SUDOSCAN efficacy has been evaluated in the assessment of small fiber neuropathies in several diseases and compared to reference tests recommended in guidelines.

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