Therapeutic areas

SUDOSCAN in oncology

SUDOSCAN IN ONCOLOGY SUDOSCAN has demonstrated its efficacy in the field of oncology Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to peripheral nerves, including small fiber neuropathy involving small and myelinated nerves (Aδ), as well as unmyelinated nerves (unmyelinated C fibers). In peripheral neuropathy, small somatic and autonomic fibers can be affected. Small fibers control

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Follow-up with SUDOSCAN

Follow-up with SUDOSCAN SUDOSCAN has been used to monitor patient outcomes A key clinical application of SUDOSCAN is longitudinal follow-up and patient management. SUDOSCAN has good reproducibility and repeatability [1], which allows the physician to follow patient outcomes over time and assess the progression of neuropathy and the impact of lifestyle modification or medication. In

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SUDOSCAN in neurology

Sudoscan in Neurology SUDOSCAN has demonstrated its efficacy in the field of neurology Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to peripheral nerves, including small fiber neuropathy involving small and myelinated nerves (Aδ), as well as unmyelinated nerves (unmyelinated C fibers). In peripheral neuropathy, small somatic and autonomic fibers can be affected. Small fibers control

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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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