Electronic Tuning ForkDefault ManufacturerThe Electronic Tuning Fork is a modern medical instrument allowing physicians to diagnose diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) at earlier stages. ETF128TF-ETF128499.99US Neurologicals, LLChttps://usneurologicals.com/Item/ETF128
Early-stage Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Diagnosis
O’Brien Medical introduces the ETF128, an exciting new instrument for the neurodiagnostics market. The ETF128 is now commercially available after a five year development and testing process.
Physicians have long known that 128 Hz tuning fork is the most sensitive of the commonly used neurological screening tests available in clinical practice. The ETF¹²⁸(Electronic Tuning Fork/128 Hz) builds on this foundation and takes it to the next level. The ETF does this by electronically reproducing the most valuable features of the traditional tuning fork.
Improved Prevention for Limb Loss
The improved accuracy and reproducibility afforded by this approach has been combined with an integrated timing function. The result is a modern medical instrument allowing physicians to diagnose diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) at earlier stages. Prompt diagnosis of this condition is critical as neuropathy is known to be the key precursor leading to foot ulcers, infections and amputations. Armed with the ETF, physicians will be able to more rapidly implement preventative strategies aimed at reducing limb loss.
First medical-grade 128 Hz Electronic Tuning Fork
Ideal for assessment and tracking of pedal DPN, entrapment neuropathy, fall risk, pre-/post-operative nerve release
Standardized timed vibration testing between patients and providers
Quantitative documentation for EMR requirements
Five vibration amplitude modes: Descending, Ascending, Constant, Fx Test and Vibroception Average*
Simple ergonomic design
*Average of ascending and descending vibration amplitudes
Product ID. TF-ETF128
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