Early Detection of Disease Complications - LD Technology

LD Technology response to the COVID-19,

n order to help our customers in this difficult time , we supply new high quality products at prefential price:
​Surgical Masks,  RTD serological antibody kits and UV C Sterilizer. I.e. COVID-19 products  Contact us for prices

In addition, I wanted to share with our customers some new requirement and medical discoveries about COVID-19 and how our LD Technology products have been updated and how our markers can actually help identity & manage patients who are at greater risk for suffering the effects of the new Coronavirus.

Manometer disinfection and COVID-19

Regarding the use of the manometer during the Valsalva maneuver , we improved the manometer disinfection using 2 connecting tubes.
The tube connected to the patient mouth shall be exchanged after use . It is very easy to do it by pushing on the output attached to the manometer. The used tube will be disinfected  with an alcohol solution at 90% during 15 min.​
Please, contact LD Technology to order additional tubes with new outputs for exchanging them after use.

LD Technology TeleHealth and Telemedicine 

We are working to develop a new software supporing Telehealth ( blood pressure, temperature, SpO2%, Heart Rate Variability analysis fo estimate the stress level , EKG one lead and glucometer)  and Telemedicine ( online consultation)

The Sofware and hardware will be ready within one month.

TM-Flow markers and patient at risk for suffering the effects of the new Coronavirus. 

It has become increasingly clear that patients who suffer the most from COVID-19 are those with pre-existing health conditions – obesity, diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, respiratory disease. In addition, what is now being discovered about this disease is that endothelial dysfunction is the main cause of the worst suffering. I’ve attached a new University of Zurich publication that explains these findings.  Here are some key excerpts from a press release commenting on the publication (http://www.en.usz.ch/media/press-releases/pages/covid-19-endotheliitis.aspx)

“Researchers have concluded that the virus does not attack the host via the lungs, as was previously assumed, but instead it directly attacks the body’s defense system via the ACE2 receptors found in endothelial tissue, spreads and causes a general inflammation of the endothelial tissue, which disrupts its protective function. This means that the virus not only triggers the inflammation of the lungs, which then causes further complications, but is also directly responsible for systemic endothelins, an inflammation of all endothelial tissue in the body which affects all vessel beds – in heart, brain, lung and renal vessels as well as vessels in the intestinal tract. The consequences are fatal: this results in severe microcirculatory disturbances that damage the heart, trigger pulmonary embolisms and vascular occlusions in the brain and intestinal tract and can also lead to multiple organ failure and even death.

The endothelial tissue of younger patients is usually capable of coping well with the attacks launched by the virus. The situation is different for patients suffering from hypertension, diabetes, heart failure or coronary heart diseases, all of which have one thing in common – their endothelial function is markedly impaired. If patients such as these become infected with SARS-COV-2, they will be particularly at risk, as their already weakened endothelial function will diminish even further, especially during the phase in which the virus reproduces the most.

Dual-pronged approach to save high-risk patients

“Through our study, we are now able to provide evidence to back up our hypothesis that COVID-19 is not only able to affect the lungs, but also the blood vessels in different organs. COVID is a systemic inflammation of the blood vessels and we may now also refer to the disease as COVID-Endotheliitis,” said Prof. Frank Ruschitzka, Director of the Department of Cardiology, summarizing the findings to which cardiologists, infectiologists, pathologists and intensive care physicians have contributed.

Here is a link to the original publication:   https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30937-5/fulltext



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