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TM-FLOW SYSTEM

TM-Flow is the only available device  for the early detection and monitoring of neuropathic and vascular complications
resulting from chronic diseases, such as Diabetes.
TM-FLOW picture, medical device, early detection of complications such as diabetes

VASCULAR FUNCTION AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ASSESSMENTS

TECHNOLOGIES :  TM-ABI + SWEATC + LD-OXY









TM-Flow is a Medical Device Data System measuring vital signs such as heart rate, SpO2%, blood pressure, and Galvanic Skin Response.
The mathematical analysis of the vital signs provides markers of  autonomic neuropathy and vascular dysfunction 
The vital sign measurements use 3 technologies: SweatC, LD-Oxy and TM-ABI.
In addition to  our audited quality system, the performance of the TM-Flow System has been validated by: 
1- The background of the system's technologies published in peer reviews:
2-   Clinical studies which  compare the accuracy of the TM-Flow  System Markers to the:

        - Gold standard for Ankle Brachial Indices (ABI) measurements using the Doppler method
        - Gold standard of Insulin resistance assessment - Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemic Clamp  (HEC)
        - Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT)
        - Coronary angiography
        - Diabetic Neuropathy Symptoms (DNS) score
 

Patient Setup TM-FLOW, instruction for use
BENEFITS OF TM-FLOW
benefit of tm-flow, No human error
benefit of tm-flow, Clear Report
benefit of tm-flow, accurate results
benefit of tm-flow, simultaneous measurements, fast test
benefit of tm-flow, ANS and artery overview, combinaison of technologies
TM-FLOW MARKERS

Vascular function Assessment :  
  • Peripheral circulation from the Photoplethysmography (PTG) analysis
  • Arterial stiffness and Ankle Brachial Indices from the Volume plethysmography analysis
ANS Assessment :
  • Sudomotor Function Markers.
  • Heart rate variability Analysis  (HRV)
  • Cardiac Autonomic Reflex Tests  -  Valsalva Ratio, E/I Ratio and K30/15 Ratio  
TM-FLOW SETUP
TM-FLOW FEATURES
sudomotor dysfunction
cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy
Peripheral Artery Disease
Microcirculation disorder