Brain scanning that looks at cerebral blood flow. qSPECT (quantitative single-photon emission computed tomography) is a type of nuclear imaging test that uses a radioactive substance and a special camera, to create 3D pictures of the brain.
This wrist-worn device can help provide much better tracking and analytics of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease. The device continuously collects detailed information on precise movement changes, and produces a detailed report for the Doctor and patient.
A boimpedance spectroscopy device that accurately and noninvasively measure a patient’s total body water, extracellular and intracellular fluid volumes. Useful for chronic disease management and patients undergoing complex treatments.
A new range of digital diagnostic products – home kits for families to test for influenza, hand held devices for Doctors to test for Flu A+B, RSV and Group A Strep, and mobile pathology kits for field workers to test for TB.