Diabetic monofilament is a diagnostic tool that checks for distal symmetric polyneuropathy that utilizes both thermal and pressure testing. Assessestouch and pressure sensation in large nerve fibers.Helps identify patients at risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers .
Type:Diabetic Monofilament Tester
a Made of ABS and environmentally friendly nylon stylus, the doctor can test the patient's knee or other parts of the reaction. The patient can use this nylon needle to test the reaction of the sole of the sole to determine the condition of the foot.
b When the nylon wire is bent, the force is 10 grams. It is used for diabetic foottouch and pressure examination, and it is regularly checked to prevent patients from developing foot ulcers and amputations in the future.
c About 30% of diabetic patients have diabetic peripheral neuropathy, so there is a clinical need for a reliable method for the screening of this complication.
10g nylon silk is an objective and simple tool used clinically to screen diabetic patients for lack of protective sensation.
The patient should be aware of weight checks in a relatively quiet and comfortable environment. First, Nissi performed a test on the patient's wrist to make the patient's purpose of examination.
When using Nylon silk screening, be sure not to allow the patient to see the process. There are three parts for each
Inspection: Big toe pulp, first and third plantar, (see right country)
Hang the dragon silk on the test point
Firmly bend the nylon filaments, approaching the nylon filaments, and touching the skin. Remove the entire process for approximately 2 seconds.