“The AgeMeter estimates a person’s functional age in contrast with their
chronological age. It measures various functional biomarkers of aging, including memory, reaction time,
hearing, agility, decision speed, sense of touch, and lung function.”
“To check for peripheral artery disease. A normal ABI ranges from 0.96–1.39. An ABI of
0.90 or less is considered indicative of (PAD) and the lower the number, the more severe the impairment in
blood flow. An ABI of greater than 1.3 may represent stiff arteries that may or may not be blocked.”
“Bioscan replaces the use of examination via chemical analysis, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging or radiography for diagnosis.