Improve your diagnostic methods and discover early symptoms of sensory impairment caused by peripheral neuropathy due to vibration damage, nerve entrapments, diabetes, etc.
The technology gives the physician an objective and quantitative picture of the patient's sensory status of the hands and fingers.
The examination is painless, non-invasive and very fast to complete. The method can also serve as a valuable complement to the measurement of nerve conduction velocities (SNCV; Sensory Nerve Conduction Velocity).
The VibroSense Meter system can be of help to detect typical pathophysiologic abnormalities in peripheral neuropathy, for example in the case of:
- Vibration damage (Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome).
- Nerve entrapments, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
- Metabolic disorders, such as Diabetes and MS.
- Toxic-induced neuropathy caused by solvents, drugs, etc.