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Detect peripheral nerve damage in time!

The VibroSense Meter® II can detect early signs of peripheral sensory neuropathy, i.e. damage to receptors, nerves and nerve trunks in the hands and feet.

Sensory neuropathy is a common complication in the treatment of cancer with chemotherapy and in diabetes types I and II. Another common complication is nerve damage in the hands and fingers caused by vibrating tools (HAVS, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome).

The VibroSense Meter II uses a unique measurement method, Multi Frequency Vibrometry, which examines and quantifies the ability to perceive fine-tuned vibrations applied to the skin over a wide frequency range.

The method facilitates the diagnosis process for physician and health care professionals to quickly find deviations and thus provide support for treatment decisions at an early stage.

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