Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Model
Tip-Therm, Tip Therm

Item specifics

Instrument classification
Class II
Clinical Application
Testing Instrument of Neuropathy
Treatment
High risk foot disease screening
Manufacturer
Production certificate
Patent
Patent for utility models

Review

Description

Diabetic Foot Neuropathy Analyser Diabetes Blood Test Equipment Neuro Tip Therm
Quick Details
Model Number
Tip-Therm, Tip Therm
Origin
Tianjin, China
Instrument classification
Class II
After-sale Service
NONE
Clinical Application
Testing Instrument of Neuropathy
Treatment
High risk foot disease screening
Manufacturer
Production certificate
Patent
Patent for utility models
Certificate
CE and ISO13485
Application
Clinic
Feature
Easy-operate
Diabetic Foot,Neuropathy Analyser,Diabetes Blood Test Equipment

Tip-Therm(Sensory Assist) 
TipTherm is an early diagnostic instrument for distal symmetric Polyneuropathy. Applied to test warm and cold sensory of skin, It is easy to handle and convenient to use, which is a simple, reliable testing method for diagnostic of disturbed temperature sensation in diabetic neuropathy. Pocket size designed and light enough for you to carry and test.
Examination procedure

Tip-Therm is designed to offer the clinician and patients a easy method of testing. TipTherm is made of special polymer and metal alloys. The polymer side feels warmer and the metal alloy side cooler due to the different thermal conductivity property of the materials. The clinician place the two flat surfaces on the patient's foot at irregular intervals while the patient should be keep the eyes closing. If correct answers are given when the clinician asks whether it feels cold or not so cold, it may presume that the patient's temperature perception is functioning well. The patient can use the Tip-Therm(Sensory Assist)for testing all by themselves.
Examiner's motivation

TipThermis an effectively diagnostic instrument for diabetic foot, employing a simple, convenient procedure. Patients will be rewarded with fewer skin infections, less pain and ultimately fewer amputations and a happiness life with the pre-testing.