• The QST results of Q-Sense are comparable to the well-established TSA-II

    19 October 2016
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    A conclusive multi-center study to be presented at the upcoming German Pain Meeting validates of the Q-Sense thermal testing device, confirming the applicability of existing normative data.

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  • New edition of Clinical Neurophysiology positively reviews CHEPS by Medoc

    18 July 2016
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    CHEPS Review on Clinical Neurophysiology

    “CHEPS is an emerging and promising objective technique in clinical neurophysiology” says the 4th edition of the prestigious Clinical Neurophysiology, published by Oxford University Press (March 2016)

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  • An experimental paradigm for the prediction of post-operative pain protocol

    6 July 2016
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    The department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, uses Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Control Assessment (DNIC) among their pain testing protocols when researching the Paradigm for Prediction of Post-Operative Pain in order to identify patients at risk of developing chronical pain.

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  • New set of normative data for Contact Heat Evoked Potentials (CHEPS) provided by a multicenter study

    30 May 2016
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    The prestigious journal PAIN has recently published an extensive set of reference values for A-Delta mediated evoked potentials using Contact Heat stimulation, a technology patented by Medoc, using Pathway Model CHEPS platform.

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  • New study demonstrates long term relation between decline of peripheral nerve function and cumulative glycemic control

    31 March 2016
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    This prospective observational study, conducted for 24 years on patients with diabetes type 1, demonstrated for the first time that peripheral and autonomic nerve dysfunction can be completely prevented by long-term near-normoglycemia, maintained from the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.

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  • Y.Belenstein new Marketing Communications Manager

    22 March 2016
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    Dear Partners,Mrs Yardena Belenstein - Medoc's new Marketing Communications Manager

    I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Yardena Belenstein to the position of Marketing Communications Manager, effective March 13th, 2016.

    Yardena brings extensive experience in marketing for medical devices companies. Over the past 3 years, Yardena has managed the marketing and branding for Alma Lasers (a global company of medical aesthetic platforms). Among her duties, Yardena managed exhibitions and events worldwide, created the B2B collateral, as well as B2C approached collateral.

    Prior to Alma Lasers, Yardena worked for Fortune 500 company Johnson & Johnson (medical devices) for 7 years.  In her role at J&J,  Yardena specialized in marketing for the Surgical franchise, with responsibility for management of websites (content, SEO and PPC), training and professional events, along with the implementation of global collateral to the local market.

    Please join me in wishing Yardena the very best in her new important position.


    Amir Haiman, General Manager

    Medoc Ltd, Advanced Medical Systems Division


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  • Prediction of Oxaliplatin-induced neuropathy using pretreatment QST

    3 March 2016
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    Oxaliplatin is a chemotherapeutic agent widely used in cases of colorectal cancer. Together with its therapeutical effect there are various side effects oxaliplatine may cause, one of the most common of them is peripheral neuropathy.

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  • Determining heat and mechanical pain threshold

    10 February 2016
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    The department of Anesthesia at Stanford University School of Medicine carries out its experiments using the following pain test paradigms: mechanical pain threshold tested with von Frey filaments and heat pain threshold evaluated using TSA II Neuro Sensory Analyzer.

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  • Examining penile sensitivity in neonatally circumcised and intact men using quantitative sensory testing

    1 February 2016
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    The study is assessing penile sensitivity in circumcised and intact men by testing tactile and thermal thresholds at control site and few penile sites. The results demonstrate that circumcision procedure does not influence penile sensitivity and suggest that the foreskin is not the most sensitive part of the penis.

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  • Medoc and the community

    27 January 2016
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    This week the Ruppin College hosted a unique skills day within the framework of “Young Israeli Entrepreneurs”. The children learned along the day about entrepreneurship, management, branding and defining roles, as well as raised funds for various purposes.

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