1. New JAMA Study Finds Increased Falls-Related Mortality for Americans over 75

    A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that for Americans over 75 years of age the mortality rate from falls more than doubled from 2000 to 2016. Although the authors state that the exact causes for this alarming increase are unknown, most known risks can be mitigated (except aging itself). […]

  2. New Study Recommends ETF as Best Choice in Vibration Testing for Diabetic Patients

    We are excited to report the results of recently published research article utilizing the ETF. This study by Raymond et al. from the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology has recommended the ETF as the best choice of vibration testing instruments to pair with Semmes-Weinstein monofilament testing when performing lower extremity sensation testing in diabetic […]

  3. Timed Vibration Testing aids in the Diagnosis of Distal Sensory Polyneuropathy

    A new article written by  Prabhakar et al. has demonstrated the utility of timed vibration testing  in diagnosing distal sensory polyneuropathy (DSP) due to a variety of conditions. They utilized a 128 Hz tuning fork and a handheld stopwatch to time how long patients could feel the vibrations at the hallux, medial malleolus and tibial […]

  4. ETF Product Refresh 2019

    The ETF was originally conceived as a way of assisting providers and patients in the prevention of diabetic foot complications through improved diagnosis and tracking of diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN). With this is mind, the company is pleased to announce our latest product updates. Customer feedback combined with the latest evidenced-based research has resulted in […]