SUDOSCAN

SUDOSCAN and diabetes

Early detection of diabetic neuropathy SUDOSCAN efficacy in early detection of diabetic neuropathy has been demonstrated in several studies, wich helps for a better management of diabetes complications sush as diabetic foot and cardiac autonomic neuropathy and follow up disease progression. Find the main publication list in diabetes click here. Why control diabetic complications Type

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About SUDOSCAN

About SUDOSCAN SUDOSCAN principle SUDOSCAN is a test that provides an accurate evaluation of sweat function. The test focuses on small nerve fibers within the peripheral nervous system innervating the sweat glands. SUDOSCAN measures the ability of the sweat glands to release chloride ions in response to an electrical  stimulus on the palms of the

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SUDOSCAN applications

SUDOSCAN applications Sudomotor dysfunction is a common finding, and one of the earliest detectable abnormalities in several peripheral and autonomic neuropathies. Small fiber neuropathies have been tested with SUDOSCAN in different diseases and compared to reference diagnosis tests: • Neurology• Diabetes• Oncology• Follow-up Click on the application to view description NEUROLOGY – AMYLOIDOSIS – SJÖRGEN’S SYNDROME –

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A clinically proven test

SUDOSCAN results compared to Skin Biopsy and QSART   SUDOSCAN effectiveness have been compared to main small fiber neuropathy assessment technics in several scientific publications. G. Smith et al [1] have demonstrated SUDOSCAN’s diagnostic performance was comparable to Intraepidermal Nerve Fiber Density (IENFD) and QSART in detecting Neuropathy.  IENFD distal leg and foot QSART sweat

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EZSCAN

EZSCAN is a medical device for the early detection of peripheral autonomic neuropathies to identify people at increased risk of diabetes (pre-diabetes included). More information about SUDOSCAN ? CONTACT US Feel free to contact us with your question

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