Ayati Devices

Levelling the playing field in the fight against DPN

Patients with diabetes have a higher risk of foot infections that can cause foot ulcers. If undetected, it can lead to foot amputations and disability.

We bring to you advanced screening devices for diabetic peripheral neuropathy that do not require much clinical training to operate. Check the health of your foot with ease.

The eye-opening numbers behind the Diabetic
Foot Neuropathy crisis in India

The eye-opening numbers behind the Diabetic Foot Neuropathy crisis in India

High blood sugar levels can damage extremity nerves, leading to peripheral neuropathy. The damaged nerves can no longer relay information between the brain and other parts effectively. This means that patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy can no longer feel heat and cold sensation in their feet, legs or hands. Patients can also experience pain in their feet, legs, or hands….

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So, if a patient with diabetes injures their feet, there is a high risk of developing a foot ulcer and not knowing it. There can also be foot ulcerations because of poorly fitted shoes. The consequences can be dire. There is a high probability that infections will not heal faster or properly in patients with diabetes, which can cause amputation and even death. The symptoms of damage in extremity nerves are subtle and can show slowly. So, you can feel that development of pain and loss of sensation are age-related issues. Check out for these symptoms for peripheral neuropathy
  • Deep stabs of pain
  • Numbness
  • Balance problems
  • Buzzing sensation
  • Tingling sensation

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Driven by security and solutions

Earlier detection of foot ulcerations will help healthcare professionals in diagnosing the issue at an early stage. And thus reduce the number of foot amputations. This is where Ayati Devices comes in. We have collaborated with eminent doctors like Dr. Rajini Mullerpatna, Director at MGM Institute of Health Sciences, who has over 25 years of experience in the field of diabetic foot…..

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With a desire to reduce the number of foot amputations because of diabetic peripheral neuropathy, our technical team and a team of 25 clinicians extensively researched about diabetes and the consequences of being diabetic. We realized that early screening and detection of peripheral neuropathy, followed by an early diagnosis can help in reducing the repercussions of peripheral neuropathy.

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Innovation is what we bring to the table.

Peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetes can be detected using several tools like the 128 Hz tuning fork, monofilament testing, and biothesiometers. But these testing methods do not always produce accurate results.

Our endeavour was to develop peripheral neuropathy testing devices that would give accurate results and be easier to use.

Our Products

VIBRASENSE Lite

VIBRASENSE Lite can monitor foot neuropathy from the comfort of home.
It comes with a footplate and the device can be controlled through an app on a smartphone.

Q. What is diabetic neuropathy?
A. High blood glucose levels may damage peripheral nerves. This is known as diabetic neuropathy, and it can affect the feet, legs, or hands.

Q. What are the symptoms for diabetic neuropathy?
A. Patients with diabetic neuropathy can experience the following symptoms:

  • Numbness
  • Stabs of pain
  • Buzzing sensation
  • Tingling sensation
  • Balance problems

Q. What precautions can I take for diabetic neuropathy?
A. Be careful of where you step your feet. Avoid injuries. In case of any injury, consult your doctor immediately.

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Q. What tests can detect neuropathy?
A. Physicians have used different methods to detect peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetes. These include tuning fork test, monofilament testing, and biothesiometer testing.

Q. How can I test myself for neuropathy?
A. Vibrasense Lite can be used to detect diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

Q. What is a biothesiometer test?
A. Biothesiometer test is a non-invasive form of medical test that quantifies perception thresholds of a patient with diabetes.

Q. What will happen if I have diabetic peripheral neuropathy?
A. Extreme cases of diabetic peripheral neuropathy can cause foot amputations.

Q. Can I prevent foot amputation?
A. Sometimes, foot amputation can be prevented with earlier detection and thus earlier diagnosis of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

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