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Lübeck University Hospital evaluates VibroSense Meter II for a study to prevent vibration damage in Germany

The Lübeck Institute of Occupational Health (LIOH) at Lübeck University Hospital plans to make a large study using VibroSense Meter II. The purpose of the study is to investigate how to prevent vibration damage caused by vibrating tools. The study starts with a pilot study wherein the VibroSense Meter system is rented during four months with an option to buy the instrument.

Vibration damage is a major work environment problem in Germany, but the knowledge of how to avoid and prevent these injuries is still limited.  The Lübeck Institute of Occupational Health (LIOH) at Lübeck University Hospital (LIOH) shall evaluate which diagnostic methods that can be used to identify people at risk at an early stage. LIOH focuses on finding methods for prevention based on scientific evidence aiming at regular health checks, i.e. Screening.

  • “It's of great interest for VibroSense that an Institute of Occupational Health in Germany starts a study of methods that can be used to prevent vibration damage rather than to diagnose permanent damage. This is our first sales order in Germany having large industries with many vibration-exposed workers. I'm very confident that our VibroSense Meter system will prove to be as powerful there, as in the Occupational Health Care in Sweden and Norway. This is a first step to open up a new geographical market for regular health controls of vibration-exposed personnel”, says Toni Speidel, CEO of VibroSense Dynamics AB.

Toni Speidel, VD VibroSense Dynamics AB,
Phone: +46 40 88 026

About VibroSense Dynamics AB (publ)
VibroSense Dynamics AB (public) sells and develops efficient systems to support early detection and diagnosis of sensory neuropathy, i.e. disease of large nerve fibres and nerve trunks in e.g. legs and arms. Our vision is that the VibroSense Meter shall be the golden standard instrument for neurological examinations to assess sensory neuropathy and help to improve life conditions for patients having a risk of getting nerve injuries.