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Street Address: 18/1, Kannappa Nagar 3rd Main Road, Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai

City: Chennai

Province/State: Tamil Nadu

Country: India

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Business Details: Manufacturer, distributor and exporter of medical equipments for the management of diabetes and its complications.

Business Type: Manufacturing Sector

Keywords: vascular Doppler, Venous Doppler, Monofilament 10gm, Biothesiometer, Neuropathy Screening, Foot Pressure Mapping, Podiatry, numbness, Pain wound care.

Office Location: Tamil Nadu

Fully Automated Complete Diabetic Foot Evaluation Lab
  • Model No: Diabetik Autolab
  • Category: Medical Equipment
  • Keywords: vascular doppler, diabetic foot evaluation lab, diabetic minilab, biothesiometer, monofilament, pedography, podiascan, plantar pressure, foot scanner, automatic doppler, automatic foot lab, diabetic neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, vascular screening, podiatry, diabetology, diabetic foot creening
  • Manufacturer Name: DFCIndia
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  • Price: ₹120,000,000


Fully Automated Complete Diabetic Foot Evaluation Lab model DIABETIK AUTOLAB is a complete system that screen Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Diabetic Neuropathy and Plantar Pressure Mapping using Ankle Brachial Index (ABI), Toe Brachial Index (TBI), Doppler Velocity Waveform, Biothesiometry, Monofilament 10gm, Electronic Foot Pressure system Podiastat and Foot temperature. A master report captures the patient’s physical and medical history along with the measured data and given as one comprehensive report along with 8 pages of patient reports. The device is supplied with a specially designed trolley. Diabetik Minilab needs a Windows 7/8/10 operated computer and color printer to work with and they are not part of the price offered. Non-Invasive Vascular Doppler Screening: Whenever one suspects Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), the clinician must perform a non-invasive vascular doppler screening using a 8MHz unidirectional doppler for ABI, Photoplethysmogram PPG for the toe pressure and TBI testing methods are widely implemented. The Doppler method is considered the GOLD standards in measuring ABI & TBI. Along with ABI & TBI, the multiphasic velocity waveform for all the limbs are captured. Semmes-Weinstein monofilament test (SWMT): The SWMT is a common screening tool for assessing the sensory function and the loss of pressure sensation (light touch perception). A 10-gm monofilament test (also referred to the 5.07 monofilament) is the most common in practice. Biothesiometry: Biothesiometry is a useful non-invasive tool for the detection of subclinical neuropathy in children and adolescents. The Biothesiometer is an instrument which measures the threshold of appreciation of vibration sense and the amplitude of the stimulus (measured in volts) is gradually increased until the threshold of vibratory sensation is reached, and the stimulus is appreciated by the patient. Patients with the threshold >25 volts (grade II) are at a high risk to develop ulcers later. Plantar Pressure Systems: Understanding foot biomechanics is an important component in the evaluation of diabetic feet. The abnormal plantar pressure distribution plays a key role in the formation of plantar calluses and diabetic foot ulcer. Abnormal value of foot pressure as well as neuropathy could play an important role in the formation of plantar ulcers independently. An electronic foot pressure sensor based Podiastat helps to measure the static (weight bearing) pressure measurement of both feet, Dynamic(walking) pressure measurement of both foots and Postural(imbalance) pressure measurement of both foots. There are many features available, and a trained person can extract maximum benefit out of it. Monitoring Temperature in foot can prevent Ulcers: High temperatures under the foot coupled with reduced or complete loss of sensation can predispose the patient to foot ulceration. The FT4 IR foot thermometer helps to record the temperature read from multiple locations for calculating the risk due to altered temperature in the foot. Patients with diabetic neuropathy who monitor foot skin temperature daily can reduce the risk of ulceration more than 4 fold according to Lawrence A, Lavery, D.P.M and colleagues. . If the temperature of corresponding sites on the left and right foot differed by >2.2°C (4°F), patients were advised to contact the doctor and to reduce the number of steps taken in the following days until the temperature difference was <2.2°C. Early diagnosis and early treatment is crucial for the healing of diabetic foot lesions and resources for early interventions must therefore be available to take care of a higher number of suspected foot complications.