Understanding the TM-Flow System and How it Can Help You
The TM-Flow System is a comprehensive medical tool data system that we’re proud to make available at our Atlantic Endocrinology & Diabetes Center office. This system assesses a number of vital signs. They include Galvanic Skin Response, blood pressure, SpO2 (Oxygen Saturation) percent, and, last but not least, heart rate. The TM-Flow system provides users with vital sign mathematical evaluations that offer invaluable insight into both vascular dysfunction and autonomic neuropathy. It makes an effective and efficient vascular health and autonomic nervous system testing device.
The TM-Flow test employs three distinct technologies in the measurement and assessment of vital signs. These technologies are TM-ABI, LD-Oxy and SweatC. Research indicates that the precision of the test’s markers is similar to that of the OGTT (Oral Glucose Tolerance Test), DNS (Diabetic Neuropathy Symptoms) scores and coronary angiography, among a handful of others.
How can TM-Flow System Help You?
With a patient wellbeing report, the TM Flow takings ANS Testing to a whole new level. This Wellness Report has proven to be an excellent supplement to the information because it now provides physicians and medical professionals with empirical data.
It helps the patients with diet, exercise, food groups, and supplements, all of which are suggested by the Wellness Report based on the findings of each patient.
With the TM-Flow System, you may get a faster diagnosis
TM-Flow focuses on quick detection. It also focuses on potential problems of all kinds. It’s a system that’s designed for those with chronic metabolic issues, such as diabetes.
It is made up of several tests that are used to assess clinical outcomes. Ankle-brachial index, Cardiac Autonomic Reflex or EWING, photo-plethysmography assessment, and sudomotor function tests are examples of these examinations.
These many tests are used for a variety of purposes. In general, they cover a lot of ground. Pneumo-plethysmography is used to perform ankle-brachial index tests. Postural adjustments and deep breathing exercises are included in Cardiac Autonomic Reflex testing. Sympathetic skin reaction is required for sudomotor function tests.
Improved Technology Means Better Conveniences
There are numerous conveniences associated with this test. It’s simple to use, first and foremost. It’s not at all invasive. It doesn’t call for a significant time commitment at all, either. This test generally takes anywhere between seven- and 10-minutes total. Its reports aren’t at all difficult to comprehend.
This exhaustive medical device data system combines elements of ankle brachial indices, Ewing, sudomotor and photoplethysmography analysis testing. Neural and vascular disorders have a lot in common. Vascular and autonomic neuropathy diseases often have signs that are alike in many ways.
Single Test for Multiple Issues
There are several conditions for which autonomic nervous system testing can be done. With the TM-Flow system, the process is expedited, and it is advised when a patient displays some signs of autonomic dysfunction.
Furthermore, testing is often used when clinical data and routine laboratory testing fail to provide accurate diagnosis data.
TM-Flow System is often recommended to patients who suffer from any of these:
Apart from these, Automatic Nervous System Testing (ANS)can be done to investigate conditions like
ANS testing can be advised to identify any of these conditions along with the TM-Flow System. The latter helps get vital clinical information about the efficacy of the medical therapy the patient undergoes for these conditions.
TM Flow System is the future of any medical practice, mainly when most patients who visit the clinic suffer from early signs of lifestyle ailments. When a doctor implements the TM-FLOW System into the patient’s annual physicals, it is possible to detect the early disorders in the autonomic nervous system and prevent them with proper medication.
Moreover, with TM Flow System, it is easy to diagnose any such ailment while also determining the medicine’s efficacy in case of a chronic condition.