Discover the Power of Sudoscan for Early Detection and Management of Small Nerve Damage.
Discover how SUDOSCAN®, a non-invasive medical device, can aid in the early detection of small nerve damage and improve patient management. This innovative device measures sweat gland function, which is an indicator of nerve damage, and can potentially reverse nerve damage if detected early.
The SUDOSCAN® test is painless and takes only a few minutes to perform, making it an easy addition to routine clinical practice. It has been FDA-cleared and validated in numerous clinical studies, making it a reliable tool for healthcare professionals.
SUDOSCAN® is particularly useful in detecting small nerve damage in conditions such as diabetes, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia. Early detection of nerve damage in these conditions can help healthcare professionals adjust treatment plans and prevent further nerve damage, improving patient outcomes. By watching the video above, you can discover how SUDOSCAN® can make a significant difference in managing a variety of conditions and help patients lead healthier, more comfortable lives.
- No patient preparation
- Results in 3 minutes
- Easy-to-read critical data points to help
- Physicians reach a diagnosis
- No fasting
- Easy to operate
- Advanced touch screen
- Highly reproducible
- Quantitative results
- Backed by evidence-based research
- Independent from environmental conditions
SUDOSCAN® A Comprehensive Diagnostic Device
Comprising a touchscreen computer system, a hand and foot dock, and SMART electrodes™, the SUDOSCAN® device is a state-of-the-art diagnostic tool. With its rapid and non-invasive assessment of small nerve fibers (C fibers) through stimulation of the sweat glands, SUDOSCAN® can provide valuable information on peripheral neuropathy within just three minutes.More Information
Introducing an Innovative Device
Discover the Accuracy and Speed of SUDOSCAN® Test for Sweat Function Assessment
SUDOSCAN® is a state-of-the-art test that delivers a precise evaluation of sweat function.
By targeting small nerve fibers in the peripheral nervous system that innervate the sweat glands, this test offers a comprehensive assessment of sweat function. The device includes a computer and four electrodes that patients can place their hands and bare feet on. In just under three minutes, SUDOSCAN® stimulates the sweat glands to assess small nerve fibers (C fibers), making it a fast and efficient option for healthcare professionals.
If you're looking for a reliable and efficient method to assess sweat function, SUDOSCAN® is the perfect solution.
Obtain Quick and Easy Results in Just 3 Minutes!
Effortlessly Interpret Results with SUDOSCAN® Test for Sweat Function Assessment
With SUDOSCAN®, interpreting results has never been easier. The device automatically displays the results for you. A high score indicates no signs of sudomotor dysfunction or autonomic neuropathy, while a low score indicates the presence of sudomotor dysfunction and neuropathy. The test works by stimulating the sweat glands to assess small nerve fibers (C fibers), offering an accurate evaluation of sweat function in just a few short minutes. If you're looking for a fast and reliable way to interpret results for sweat function assessment, SUDOSCAN® is the perfect solution.
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Disposable Smart Electrodes™
Discover the Convenience of SUDOSCAN® Dual Smart Electrodes™ for Hand and Foot Docking Systems
The SUDOSCAN® Hand and Foot Docking Systems utilize disposable Dual Smart Electrodes™ sensors, designed for ease of use and maximum convenience. Featuring a simple slide and lock mechanism, these electrodes are a breeze to replace, ensuring hassle-free testing every time. Perfect for use in our portable hand and foot docking units, SUDOSCAN® Dual Smart Electrodes™ offer superior accuracy and flexibility. If you're looking for a reliable and convenient way to assess small nerve fibers, SUDOSCAN® Dual Smart Electrodes™ are an excellent option to consider.
Assess Small Nerve Fibers with SUDOSCAN® Simulation of Sweat Glands
“For us to improve nerve function and the quality of life of the individual, we had to do extensive measures: skin biopsy to look at nerve regeneration, nerve conduction studies to show enhancements of nerve conductions and quantitative sensory tests which have a wide variance. These tests are time consuming, laborious and full of error. Now, we have SUDOSCAN that can measure electrical conductance along with sweat gland function in only 2 minutes with instant results that are 75% sensitive, 98% specific and with less than 5% error*.”*Schwarz PE, Brunswick P, Calvet JH. EZSCAN a new tool to detect diabetes risk. Br J Diabetes Vasc Dis 11:204-209.Aaron I. Vinik
MD, PhD, FCP, MACP, FACE