Though diabetes is considered to be the result of impaired metabolism, the every system and every organ suffer from consequences. The cardiovascular system suffers most of all. That’s why patients with diabetes should monitor parameters of cardiovascular system on a regular basis. In order to make monitoring of diabetics more accessible we offer you variational pulsometry method, which detects any abnormalities in cardiac rhythm and identifies damages to the ANS (autonomic nervous system, which innervates heart and sets the normal rhythm).
Heart muscle contraction is a complex process, that involves a lot of biochemical reactions. An exchange of intracellular potassium and sodium ions is a key factor that provoke contraction. Any divergence in the concentration of ions or any abnormalities in electrophysiological processes, as well as in autonomous nervous system can lead to the arrhythmias. In the most severe cases arrhythmia provokes cardiac arrests. Monitoring cardio intervals gives enough information to determine arrhythmias. All data can be presented to the endocrinologist, who can consult with cardiologists to prescribe medicines.