Autonomic and peripheral neuropathies affect nerves that manage every day body functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, bowel and bladder emptying, digestion, and the ability to feel sensation.
Autonomic and peripheral neuropathies can be acquired or hereditary. The degree and type of involvement varies extensively, and can range from subclinical or clinically irrelevant symptoms to those that are disabling. Symptoms may include constipation, nausea, diarrhea, shortness of breath with exercise or activity, dizziness when standing, abnormal sweating, heat or cold intolerance, and urinary incontinence.
Testing in a standardized, recognized, and quantified way is the necessary step between recognizing symptoms and providing proper treatment. And thats why physicians and researchers world-wide rely on WR Medical Electronics Co. for scientifically validated equipment and exceptional support.
WR Medical Electronics Co. is a privately-held company located near St. Paul Minnesota. Our customers have enjoyed our quality products and superior service since 1962.
It has been our privilege to collaborate with world-renowned physicians in the neurology field, such as Peter J. Dyck and Phillip A. Low, both of Rochester, MN, on innovative products for the assessment of peripheral sensory thresholds and autonomic function testing.
We intend to continue to work closely with other physicians and practitioners on original and marketable ideas to advance the study and practice of neurophysiology. Our commitment to quality control and customer satisfaction is evident in all we do. Please contact us for more information on any of our products. We look forward to hearing from you.