Promotional Communication. The medical devices SUDOSCAN is cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The test allows screening and monitoring of peripheral autonomic neuropathies. It can be performed in diabetic patients or in patients suffering from neurological diseases involving small fibers damage. As with any diagnostic test, its results must be interpreted in a global context including the clinic and other examinations performed. Please read the user manual instructions carefully. Contact our office for more information. Last update: 2021/01/12
damage in your hands and feet that can happen early in prediabetes and diabetes. SUDOSCAN can identify your risk and help your doctor define a personal health & lifestyle program.
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Early detection is key!
Do you identify with any of these conditions?
Family History of Diabetes
Not Eating Fruits and
Not Exercising Daily
If yes, you could have a higher risk of developing serious health complications caused by diabetes.
Loss of toes, feet, or legs
Most of these health complications caused by type 2 diabetes can be prevented or controlled if treated early.
To control, delay or even prevent serious complications of diabetes, blood sugar control or HbA1c are not enough. Small nerves can get progressively destroyed if not checked, but small nerve damage can be reversible!
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) mandates that all patients with diabetes be screened annually for peripheral and autonomic neuropathy.
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