VITAL SYSTEMS is a Medical Device Data System that consists of a panel of tests, fully automated and extremely useful to physicians in order to gauge their patients’ health and uncover hidden disease yet to be diagnosed.
The Vital Systems Assessment primarily focuses on early detection and monitoring of many complications arising from Diabetes, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Vascular Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Depression, MCI, Dementia, Neurological, Neuropathies, Sudden Death, Silent Heart Attack, Stroke and much more.
Physicians often get patients complaining of vague symptoms such as fatigue, headache, dizziness, fainting, tinging in the toes and fingers, and so on. No doubt, these are symptoms that can point to underlying disease conditions.
With VITAL SYSTEMS, the physician now access to a state-of-the-art, easy-to-use, non-invasive series of tests that, in less than 15 minutes, can identify patients at risk for sudden death, silent heart attack, hypertension, cardiac and diabetic neuropathy, vascular abnormalities, orthostatic hypotenion, disturbances with the digestive system, pain disorders, and much, much more.
The data obtained from the VITAL SYSTEMS test evaluates the Parasympathetic (rest and digest) and the Sympathetic (fight flight response) systems to assess the balance between them. Obtaining objective data using the VITAL SYSTEMS testing on the parasympathetic and sympathetic component can pinpoint health risks such as sudden death, silent heart attacks, syncope, hypertension and other hidden diseases
The VITAL SYSTEMS components includes:
1. HRV Device
2. Submotor Device
3. Laptop with installed software
5. Testing Software
6. Tactile Disposable Electrodes
7. USB Hub
8. Blood Pressure Cuffs
9. Pulse Oximeter
10. Peripheral Arterial Device
11. ABI Device
12. USB Chords and adpaters
13. Medical device chair
14. Equipment cart to house the testing devices
15. Equipment manual
17. Software updates
18. Assistance with billing for period of 1 month
The VITAL SYSTEMS testing measurements includes:
Autonomic Balance Analysis, Pulse Wave Velocity Analysis, Peripheral Arterial Index, Arterial Vascular Assessment, Ankle Brachial Index, SpO2, Pulse Volume Recording, HRV Stress Index, HRV Analysis, Sweat Gland Analyses, Valsalva Ration, Historical Data....
The Three main tests are the following:
HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV)
QUANTITATIVE SUDOMOTOR AUTONOMIC REFLEX
PULSE WAVE VELOSITY (PWV)