TMCAMS is the only non-invasive, patented and FDA approved diagnostic medical equipment on the market that can comprehensively analyze the complete Autonomic Nervous System.
TMCAMS can also measure and monitor primary vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, pulse oximetry, respiration rate, and body temperature.
TMCAMS is small and portable allowing it o be a single, all-in-one, remote monitoring, digital health platform and diagnostic tool excellent for telehealth professionals.
TMCAMS is an excellent tool that can be instrumental in preventative health care and optimizing physical performance; having the knowledge to maintain your overall well-being is one of the best defenses against many issues.
I would like to take the time to say how impressed I am with your test. I have worked at Emory’s Pacemaker Clinic for over 15 years and I have worked in the hospital as an RN for 30 years. In all my years, I must say that it is quick, powerful and precise test. When I first heard about your ANS test, it sounded interesting, however I did not truly understand what it could do. As fate would have it, my husband was having pre-syncope symptoms and was scheduled for several tests. You not only precisely identified the problem, but also exposed things about my husband that were never discussed with your test administrator. After your test and appropriate medication changes, my husband’s conditions have greatly subsided and he is sleeping through the night which he had not done in years. The entire Pacemaker Clinic at Emory Healthcare is excited to learn more on how we can use this test to improve our patient outcomes. I am honored and very happy to write this letter of recommendation.
The aging population has increasing incidence of chronic diseases including congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes, hypertension, and end stage renal dialysis. Treating these chronic diseases is accelerating the cost of care for chronic conditions. Approximately 100 million Americans with chronic disease account for 75% of health-care expenditures.
The cost of healthcare represents approximately 18% of the US gross domestic product and this percentage is growing. Such a financial trend is unsustainable.
Two years ago I was experiencing anxiety and panic attacks I could not sleep or calm myself. A trip to the doctors and prescription of Xanax was not satisfactory. My doctor was able to pin point my problem with the ANSAR test. This showed my nervous system at odds. Through a specific walking routine and a prescription of very low dose Nortriptyline (10 mg at dinner time) and supplements of vitamins I started to feel better and able to sleep. As I felt better and tried to do more exercise and take more of the Nortriptyline (against doctor’s orders), I began to feel worse, the anxiety, fatigue, and weight gain came back. My doctor told me to ‘be patient and let the therapy work to retrain my nervous system, even though you are feeling better it still takes time, little steps.’ My doctor predicted it would take about nine months, and that is what it took. I continue this routine and it has changed my life!
Telehealth is a game changer for the healthcare industry. It is changing the way healthcare is delivered and consumed by giving patients the tools to manage their health. It is extending services to rural areas, and enabling specialist to intervene in real time. It brings healthcare directly to patients wherever they may be.
After being introduced to Ansar by a third party during a meeting about TMCAMS I was very skeptical about the technology and the claims that were being made! How could such a technology exist and do all this???? After a few months I met with Dr. Joe Colombo and Dr. DePace and was tested. Keep in mind I had just had a physical 3 months prior and given a clean bill of health by my doctor. After running the 20 min test the results came in. I was told I should see my doctor and cardiologist. Wow was I shocked. I saw my doctor and he referred me to a cardiologist who then sent me for a stress test which I passed with no problems. I insisted it gets looked into more and subsequently was sent for an echo stress test. Again passed with no problems. So my cardiologist was done and said I was fine. I then spoke with a doctor friend of mine in Florida and he suggested a Cardio Calcium Score. I paid out of pocket for this and low and behold I had moderate calcium in my coronary arteries. I brought this result to my cardiologist and he was shocked. I am now on medication to counteract this problem and the cardiologist said “if it was not for the Ansar ANS test and my persistence I would have had very big problems in the next 5 to 8 years.” Ansar basically saved my life.
We design and produce FDA cleared advanced medical monitoring equipment for analyzing the performance and functions of a person’s Parasympathetic and Sympathetic (P&S) Nervous Systems, independently and simultaneously. As the sole patent holder of this advanced technology, our equipment is able to detect autonomic dysfunction and autonomic neuropathy underlying illnesses that isn’t as easily detected by existing medical diagnostic technology on the market today….As an example to the value of our technology, our equipment is able to provide physicians more information to improve their assessment and prioritize therapy planning for a broad spectrum of diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, depression, anxiety, COPD, orthostatic intolerance, syncope, exercise intolerance, disorders of the brain (e.g. brain injury, including concussion) and nervous system (e.g., MSA, Alzheimer, Parkinson’s), sweating abnormalities, hormone imbalances, and early detection of contracting sepsis.