The SOZOThrive is a Bioimpedence spectroscopy (BIS) device used by nurses, doctors and therapists for the early detection of Lymphoedema following cancer treatment by using 256 frequencies from 3kHz to 1000kHz to rapidly and specifically measure extracellular fluid changes in the arms or legs which signify subclinical Lymphoedema changes. Unlike other measurement methods which are non-fluid specific and only detect clinical changes.
The BIS technology allows you to detect subclinical changes in a patient signifying that Lymphoedema could be developing. As it is fluid specific measurement, you can be more objective and accurate and detect fluid changes on average 10months before current practice. The SOZOThrive also allows you to track and trend the data so you can monitor patients and review their health over time.
Why Bioimpedance Spectroscopy?
- Accurately and specifically measure extracellular fluid
- Track and trend data quickly and simply
- Rapid, repeatable, non-invasive testing
- Research grade data
- Internationally recognised best practice for the early detection of Lymphoedema
- Simple tracking and analysis of data
Measuring extracellular fluid differences in the arms or legs of women and in the legs of men.
Assess extracellular fluid changes associated with Lymphoedema and therefore aid a clinician in considering therapy. Measure extracellular fluid change with therapy in patients for those who already have Lymphoedema.
Fat Free Mass/Fat Mass
Easy to integrate
SOZO does not require gel electrodes, a separate testing room or elaborate instructions making it easy to incorporate into routine clinic visits and check-ups.
SOZO has a user-friendly interface built around the patients and physicians to ensure they receive information in the quickest and easiest way.
Using an application based software, SOZO takes a measurement and displays results within seconds.
SOZO allows physicians to track and manage their patients, easily and efficiently at anytime.