Early identification of feet 'at risk' for ulceration is important in preventing plantar lesions in diabetic patients with insensitive feet. Plantar pressures are higher in diabetic neuropathic patients than non-diabetic and non-neuropathic Counterparts. As high plantar pressure is a proven risk factor for foot ulceration, effective screening for high plantar pressures in diabetic patients could have a major influence on the incidence of diabetic foot ulceration.
The foot pressure sensor plate model PODIASTAT is an accurate electronic system for recording and evaluating pressure distribution under the foot in static (weight-bearing), dynamic(walking) and postural conditions. Foot pressure mapping system Podiastat is a measuring tool for the early recognition of altered pressure patterns in the individual with diabetes. It was documented that during walking, the neuropathic patients exhibit a slap gait. The Charcot of foot displays higher pressure in the midfoot region as compared to the typical diabetic foot pattern. Information derived from such pressure measures is important in gait and posture research for diagnosing lower limb problems, footwear design, sports biomechanics, injury prevention and other applications. Plantar pressure, however, has great potentialities in the field of research but even more in Clinics and Podiatry. When compared with other assessment devices typically used in gait analysis, pressure measurement systems are easier to implement and use, less time-consuming, less expensive than complex gait analysis equipment. Measurements are more easily acquired, processed, and interpreted, and they are meaningful and effective in the assessment or in the monitoring of any foot or ankle treatment. Although plantar pressure data have been recognized as an important element in the assessment of clients with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy, information derived from plantar pressure data also can assist in determining and managing the impairments associated with various musculoskeletal, integumentary, and neurological disorders.
Features: * Measure static, dynamic, multi dynamic and postural pressure mappinng * Bi-directional walking facility * Sensor size of 8 x 8 mm *400mm x 400mm sensing area *1600 sensors with Sampling rate 100Hz * Maximum of 200kg patient load * Maximum Pressure 100N/cm2 * Weighs 3.15 kg * Dimension of 565mm(L) x 612(D) x 22mm 7mm(H) * Thickness of platform 7mm or less * Displays area, Maximum Pressure curves * Displays each frame in rollover process (ROP) * Displays maximum pressure picture (MPP) * Displays of % of distribution of pressure * Force value graph display for both foot * Prints screen copy and 1:1 size * Connects to PC through USB for data transfer and power * Software compatible to any Windows Computer * Displays 60 frames of mosaic for one measurement * 2D and 3D pressure display * Provision to connect a video camera * Comparison of reports of same patient or with multi-patients * Export of data available * Facility for data backup and retrieval * PDF printing facility Branded computer with processor i3 or above and color printer (Optional)
Item Code: PODIASTAT
Production Capacity: 100
Delivery Time: Immediate
Packaging Details: As per Customer Requirements
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Early identification of feet ''at risk'' for ulceration FM1111 Foot Imprinter Harris Mat is important in preventing plantar lesions in diabetic patients with insensitive feet. Plantar pressures are higher in diabetic neuropathic patients than non-diabetic and non-neuropathic Counterparts. As high plantar pressure is a proven risk factor for foot ulceration, effective screening for high plantar pressures in diabetic patients could have a major influence on the incidence of diabetic foot ulceration.
In order to identify high-risk patients in a clinical setting, a simple system for screening is needed which is easy to use, reliable and gives results which are easy to interpret and can be immediately available to both the patient and staff. Our Foot Imprinter Harris Mat FM1111 has been developed as a simple, inexpensive and practical foot pressure measurement device intended for routing clinical use. It is a semi-quantitative footprint mat which quantifies plantar pressure by visual comparison between the greyness of the footprint. Features:
Measures and display patient weight disbursement in grey scale
Detects the area of the greatest concern for ulceration
Useful to identify Charcot arthropathy
Arch of the patient can be detected
More the darker colour represent the high pressure
Excellent tool for motivating the patient to upgrade to a good footwear