Discover the Automated Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer (ADPA) – Revolutionary innovation in the stimulation of animal paws.

2023. November 20. Innovation

Revolutionary innovation in the stimulation of animal paws: Discover the Automated Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer (ADPA) now.

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INTRODUCTION OF THE PRODUCT ADPA DYNAMIC PLANTAR AESTHESIOMETER FROM Z ELEKTRONIKA:The Automated Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer (ADPA) is a diagnostic device used in medical research, primarily by pharmacological institutes and pharmaceutical companies, to measure the sensitivity of the sole of the foot (plantar) to pressure and pain stimuli. The ADPA is often used to research neuropathies and neuropathic pain.

ADPA (Automated Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer) automates the stimulation of animal paws and offers the following advantages:

  • Objectivity: Unbiased measurements free of human subjectivity.
  • Consistency: Reduced reliance on operator experience for more reliable results.
  • Reduced testing: Fewer tests required for reliable data
  • Speed: Faster tests possible.
  • Quality control: Increased quality of results by minimizing human errors.
  • Comparability: Tests are consistent across time and operators, improving research comparability and reproducibility.

In summary, ADPA devices improve the methods and results in preclinical research, particularly in the study of pain mechanisms and the development of pain-relieving drugs.


The in vivo validation of the product takes place at the Institute of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy of the University of Pécs, Medical School.



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