We are excited to announce the availability of a new stimulation temperature range for the Q-Sense CPM and Q-Sense Systems – now 16ᵒ*C to 50ᵒC; formerly 20ᵒC to 50ᵒC.
The use of QST devices in pharma sponsored clinical trials has been constantly rising during the last couple of years.
This welcomed surge in QST incorporation in clinical trials comes as no surprise, following the growing understanding in both the research and pharma communities about the benefits of QST in promoting the success rates, safely and label-extension in analgesic pharma clinical trials.
Meet us at the IASP World Congress in Boston this September and learn about the latest developments from Medoc.
Medoc will provide product support for use at the IASP QST Hands-on Workshop – during the upcoming IASP conference in Boston
We are excited to share with you IASP’s invitation to the workshop –
Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) – Hands-on Workshop | September 15, 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
At the IASP World Congress on Pain, 12-16 September, 2018 in Boston, USA