Multiscan

Multiscan is a new innovative type of measurement and analysis medical system

What Is The Multiscan?

The MultiScan is a portable, effective and comprehensive medical system designed to measure physiological and anthropometric parameters and provide an overview of health and wellbeing.

The MultiScan evaluates the resistance and reactance of an electrical current through certain bodily tissues; monitoring functional and structural changes to these tissues in response to electrical stimulation.

Unlike many similar medical products, the MultiScan is capable of performing a number of tests in one 2 minute sitting.

The MultiScan:

  • Measures sudomotor function and changes in microcirculation.
  • Measures galvanic skin responses and autonomic nerve functions.
  • Measures heart rate variability.
  • Detect symptoms of arterial stiffness.
  • Measures body composition inclusive of: fat mass, fat free mass, lean body mass, intracellular water, extracellular water and visceral fat.
  • Measures myocardial parameters.
  • Measure interstitial fluid and renal function.
  • Measures vertebral stress.

What are the Multiscan applications?

The MultiScan can help address:

  • Recovery
  • Nutrition and diet
  • Body composition
  • Spinal health / condition
  • Overall health and wellbeing

Who can use the MultiScan?

  • Elite sports teams and players.
  • Personal trainers
  • Clinical practices
  • Businesses, organisations and military

Need some more information?

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How Does The MultiScan Work?

The MultiScan relies on electrical bioimpedance to assess: sudomotor function (circulation), Galvanic skin response (autonomic nerve function), body composition, myocardial parameters (heart), renal function and lung edema’s.

The MultiScan also uses: the intervals within consecutive heart beats using pulse and heart rate data and pulse wave analysis in order to assess heart rate variability and arterial stiffness respectively.

The MultiScan adopts telemedicine services and aids cost effective medical advice to be sought using the data extracted by MultiScan, allowing the potential for earlier diagnoses.

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MultiScan Testing Process

MultiScan Input
Hip & waist measurements, Height, Age, Body mass, Blood pressure.

MultiScan Test

  • Place bare hands and feet on the appropriate electrodes
  • Ensure participant is holding weight through spine (no slouching)
  • Ensure the knees are resting at ~ 90⁰
  • Place pulse oximeter on the index finger of either hand
  • Wait for ~ 2 minutes
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SPA procedures advisor & Sports training advisor

  • Blood pressure
  • Hemodynamics
  • Heart rate variability
  • Arterial stiffness
  • Oxymetry
  • SNS assessment
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Sudomotor function & Galvanic skin response

  • Microcirculation Score
  • ANS function
  • Segmental sudo function imagery
  • Hemodynamics
    • Systemic Vascular Resistance
    • Cardiac output
    • Stiffness index

The Science Behind Multiscan

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Arterial assessment

  • Arterial stiffness
  • Ventricular ejection times
  • Blood pressure evaluation
  • Risk factors
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Segmental body composition

  • Fat free mass
  • Fat mass
  • Lean muscle mass
  • Intracellular water
  • Extracellular water
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ANS assessment

  • SNS assessment
  • PNS assessment
  • Valsalva ratio
  • Sympathetic system interpretation
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Dietary advisor

  • Dietary suggestions
  • What to avoid
  • Dietary requirements
  • Lifestyle advice
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3D vertebral assessment

  • Vertebral stress indicators
  • Visual overview of spine
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Wellness score

Colour coded overview of wellness scores for each parameter

  • Arterial assessment
  • ANS assessment
  • Lifestyle assessment

Got A Question?

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