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How an ANS Test Can Help Your Patients

Have you recently been informed by that your hospital or clinic should begin administering ANS tests? Are you aware of healthcare guidelines that will require a carepath for your patients? If so, it is very likely you have many questions or reservations regarding a new procedure that you are unfamiliar with. However don’t let simple confusion or misunderstanding inhibit you from doing what is best for the health of your patients. The ANS, or Autonomic Nervous System, test is designed to best evaluate your patient’s bodily functions and plays an important role in investigating those who suffer from various diseases. There are no invasive or potentially harmful procedures involved, and often times a single exam lasts less than a half hour and can be performed by an MA...

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Is your Patients Autonomic System in Balance?

The autonomic nervous system (ANS), primarily responsible for involuntary functions like blood pressure, heartbeat and breathing, must be in balance for patients to live a healthy life.  Modern technology has afforded many opportunities to test for autonomic balance in a non-invasive, relatively quick way.

ANS assessments like heart rate variability and stress tests can all be completed with new critical care test equipment that breaks down important information in an intuitive, accurate way...

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Critical Care Assessment Attending the Primary Care Cardiometabolic Risk Summit in Las Vegas

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After the success of the last year’s Risk Summit, Critical Care Assessment is excited to attend the 2015 Primary Care Cardiometabolic Risk Summit (CRS) that takes place from October 18-20 at The Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

As a sponsor and vendor at the event, we’ll be showing nurses, primary care physicians, registered dieticians, certified diabetes educators, and other healthcare professionals how our critical care test can help diagnose, treat, and prevent various health conditions.

What health professionals can expect when they visit our booth at the CRS this year is a free demonstration on how our critical care test makes health conditions more transparent, easier to locate and easier to understand...

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