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QUANTIFYING AND DOCUMENTING PAIN PERECPTION IN THE CLINIC AND RESARCH
QUANTIFYING AND DOCUMENTING PAIN PERECPTION IN THE CLINIC AND RESARCH

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Medoc team sends a warm farewell to our former great partner in Germany - Mr. Hajue Von Petersdorff from Ganshorn Medizin Electronic GmbH.
We thank you for many years of partnership and wish you good health and many great events to come!
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You’ve asked, we listened.
MMS Arbel was developed based on your feedback and it is now available!
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Our latest post on our blog is all about a recent study that proves a long term relation between cumulative glycemic control and a decline of peripheral nerve function. For the first time it has been demonstrated that peripheral and autonomic nerve dysfunction can be completely prevented by long-term near-normoglycemia, maintained from the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
Read all about this research by clicking the link below:

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Prediction of Oxaliplatin-induced neuropathy using pretreatment QST: This study demonstrates the ability of quantitative sensory testing, conducted before Oxaliplatin treatment, to serve as a predictive tool to detect patient in risk to develop chemotherapy-induced chronic neuropathy, allowing oncologists to adjust the treatment and avoid or reduce this life-altering complication.

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Paradigm for Prediction of Post-Operative Pain (PPOP)
Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Control Assessment (DNIC)
The department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, uses Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Control Assessment (DNIC) among their pain testing protocols when researching the Paradigm for Prediction of Post-Operative Pain in order to identify patients at risk of developing chronical pain. The DNIC protocol is performed using Medoc Pathway device thermode to produce heat pain test stimulus and a hot-water bath as a conditioning stimulus. The DNIC procedure allows the researchers to evaluate the functionality of inhibitory pathway of the pain modulatory system.

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The department of Anesthesia at Stanford University School of Medicine carries out its experiments using the following pain test paradigms: mechanical pressure with weights and the Heat Pain TSA II Neuro Sensory Analyzer that allows the identification of the biochemical responsible of generating and propagating pain signals. The TSA II proves to be a safe and comfortable device that permits the subjects of the test to be in control of their pain threshold.

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Focused Analgesia Selection Test (FAST) is a technique for measuring how accurately a patient is able to report the level of pain he or she feels.  An accurate pain report helps understand the effectiveness of a drug, also reduces the number of trials that need to be done. It also speeds up the time it takes for a drug to be in the market at the patient disposal. 

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Thanks to a study assessing penile sensitivity in circumcised and intact men by testing tactile and thermal thresholds at control site and few penile sites, research group discovered that circumcision does not influence penile sensitivity. 

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Medoc and the community: This week the Ruppin College hosted a unique skills day within the framework of “Young Israeli Entrepreneurs”. Medoc accompanies the program, and the participants will soon be invited to a special day at the company’s offices.
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