Wide-Ranging Clinical Applications
MuscleSound’s Clinical Focuses
Preoperative assessment of patient’s ability to physically handle surgery
Malnutrition is underdiagnosed driving high postoperative mortality, morbidity, length of stay, readmissions and costs.
Implement preoperative assessment to guide the implementation of exercise and nutrition protocols before surgery.
Hospital-based critical and intensive care to measure muscle wasting
Malnutrition is underdiagnosed and undertreated with <50% of nutritional requirements provided.
Measure muscle wasting to evaluate daily nutrition status to decrease mortality.
Cancer care and treatment providing marker to determine treatment
Treatment often does not align with patient nutritional fitness for maximum care efficiency.
Guide care treatment by evaluation of muscle health and nutrition status to guide personalized treatments.
Treatment of diseases and abnormalities of the heart
Heart failure progression prediction requires monitoring, but current monitoring protocols are expensive and invasive.
Implement risk assessment for treatment guidance to improve aerobic exercise capacity.
Physical Medicine & Rehab
Treatment of physical ailments
Personalized rehabilitation care plans for recovery are often not aligned to muscle health, nutrition and exercise tolerance.
Guide rehabilitation via assessment of muscle recovery status to improve rehab progress.
MuscleSound’s software reaches every corner of the healthcare spectrum and will make a long-lasting and life-changing impact on your patient population. Find out more about how our technology can benefit your healthcare organization.
Making an Impact with
MuscleSound provides health systems with actionable data to diagnose and measure comorbid conditions (e.g., malnutrition, sarcopenia, frailty and cachexia) leading to easy and more accurate risk assessment, secondary diagnosis documentation and better treatment protocols.
MuscleSound’s technology has been utilized by Duke University Medical Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Appalachian State University and other leading medical centers around the world.
More than 50% of patients have poorly or undiagnosed comorbidities at the time of their surgery.
During the first week of ICU care, patients lose more than 20% of their muscle mass.
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