Category Critical Care Test

The Physician’s Secret Tool: Test that Streamlines Prevention and Intervention in Healthcare

Pressing the button to achieve excellent prevention and intervention.Prevention and intervention.

They’re the most important pursuits of physicians that keep patients healthy and free from harm.  When there’s a problem, they fix it.  When there’s no problem at all, they keep it that way.

Before doctors prevent and intervene, they must know what they’re trying to prevent and why they’re intervening.  They already have the skills to fix health problems.  All they need is a quick, efficient way of understanding what the potential or actual problem is.

In addition to using their own intelligence and healthcare experience, physicians can benefit from having a sidekick or special healthcare tool.

Let’s use superheroes and superhumans to drive the point home: Xavier and Cerebro (a brainwave amplifier used in X-Men); Thor and his hammer; and Gandalf and his sta...

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Cardiovascular Autonomic Neuropathy: a Serious Diabetic Complication Now Easier to Detect and Manage with Critical Care Assessment

In a recent post, we talked about the debilitating effects of diabetic autonomic neuropathy (DAN) and perhaps the most serious side-effect of it – cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN).  Using information in an article by the American Diabetes Association, we helped you understand what DAN is and how it’s treated.

Today, we’re going to talk about CAN – what it is and how it’s easier than ever for physicians to detect and monitor with our critical care test.

Before moving on, though, it’s important to understand that diabetic and cardiovascular neuropathy don’t exist on the same plane.  In other words, you often get one before you get the other and the process usually begins with diabetes.

The process looks like this: Diabetes –> Diabetic Neuropathy –> Cardiovascular Neuropathy


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