We are a well-known manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of a comprehensive range of medical electronic equipment specializing in diabetic foot care management. These equipment have been manufactured as per strict quality control parameters, using premium grade raw-material and components. All the machines and instruments offered by us are available at reasonable prices and are known for their accurate results. More than 4900 installations across 32 countires around the glove.
We offer the following:
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a common circulatory problem in which usually the legs are affected. Blocked blood flow to the legs can cause pain and numbness. If severe enough, blocked blood flow can cause gangrene (tissue death). In very serious cases, this can lead to leg amputation.
Whenever one suspects Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), the clinician must perform few non-invasive vascular testing methods that are commercially available and widely implemented. They include the ankle brachial index (ABI), the toe-brachial index(TBI), segmental Pressure Study, pulse volume recording(PVR), transcutaneous oxygen monitoring(TCPO2) and skin perfusion pressure(SPP).
We offer a wide range of arterial doppler for measuring Ankle Brachial Index and Toe Brachial Index. These vascular dopplers may also be used for screening arterial and venous flow. Segmental pressures and PVR measurement are possible with few of these products. These systems are based on the advanced technologies and are used by number of doctors and other medical professionals across the world. These are available at very reasonable prices.
The transcutaneous oxygen measurement unit Précise Range of tcpO2 are intended for the measurement partial pressure of oxygen, also known as tcpO2, on the surface of the skin.
The probe parameters, the measurement process, as well as the tcpO2 measurement results of three measurements can be saved onto the internal memory.
Area of Applications:
wound healing process (diagnosis & prediction)
chronic venous insufficiency and ischemia
confirmation of diagnosis and blood gas monitoring
measurement for individual amputation level
fitting of prostheses
diabetes & peripheral artery disease PAD
diagnostics in vascular ischemia
plastical surgery diagnostics
There are three broad types of neuropathy: sensory, autonomic and motor:
Sensory neuropathy can lead to pain, numbness or tingling in the extremities and, ultimately, an inability to feel heat, cold, pain or any other sensation.
Autonomic neuropathy can lead to impotence in men, bladder neuropathy (which means the bladder is unable to empty completely), diabetic diarrhea, or bloated stomach. Motor neuropathy can lead to muscle weakness.
Diabetic neuropathy is usually diagnosed based on your symptoms, your medical history and a physical exam.
Other tests that may be conducted include:
Your doctor may also conduct tests that include:
The American Diabetes Association recommends that all people with diabetes have a comprehensive foot exam — either by a doctor or by a foot specialist (podiatrist) — at least once a year. In addition, your feet should be checked for sores, cracked skin, calluses, blisters, and bone and joint abnormalities at every office visit.
We manufacture a wide range of specialized instruments, which is built to promote proper Foot Care in diabetes patients. These systems are known for their effectiveness and performance. These are available at reasonable prices and are widely used by medical practitioners all over the world.