Product Comparison


 
Fabrication Enterprises 12-1671-40
McKesson Brand 16-MT34X
Fabrication Enterprises 12-1391
Owen Mumford NT 0104
Medline MSC0002
McKesson # 843615 1074987 542876 417981 764330
Description Baseline® ADA Monofilament Sensory Test Level 5.07, 10 Gram Force McKesson Monofilament Sensory Test 10 Gram Baseline® Monofilament Sensory Test Monofilament Sensory Test Monofilament Sensory Test
Manufacturer # 12-1671-4016-MT34X12-1391NT 0104MSC0002
Brand Baseline® ADAMcKessonBaseline®  
Manufacturer Fabrication EnterprisesMcKesson BrandFabrication EnterprisesOwen MumfordMedline
Invoice MONOFILAMENT, BASELINE DISP TACTILE 5.07 (40/BX)MONOFILAMENT TEST, SENSORY W/ HNDL F/FOOT 10GM20/PK 24PK/CS)MONOFILAMENT, ROYAL 10GMMONOFILAMENTS, 10G WHT (5/BX)MONOFILAMENT, F/DIABETIC NEUROPATH (25/PK)
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Comparison

Country of Origin ChinaUnknownUnited KingdomUnited KingdomUnknown
Latex Free Indicator Not Made with Natural Rubber LatexNot Made with Natural Rubber Latex
Material With Paper Handle
Measurement Range Level 5.07, 10 Gram Force10 Gram
Product Dating McKesson Acceptable Dating: we will ship >= 90 days
Application Monofilament Sensory TestMonofilament Sensory TestMonofilament Sensory TestMonofilament Sensory TestMonofilament Sensory Test
UNSPSC Code 4225150242251502422515024225150242251502
Features and Benefits
  • ADA protocols
  • Baseline® disposable individual 10 gm. monofilaments
  • Units bulk-packed in 40-piece blister pack
  • McKesson Monofilament Foot Screen Test
  • Monofilaments are a foot screening device used to assess loss of protective sensation.
  • Helps identify patients at risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers
  • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
  • Packaged: 20 Per Pack, 24 Packs Per Case
  • Damage resistant, portable monofilaments detect changes in neurological status
  • Ideal for screening peripheral nerve impairment
  • Can also be used in diabetic foot screening
  • Neuropen® monofilaments are replaceable monofilaments for use in the Neuropen®, which exert a force of 10g onto the skin to assess protective touch/pressure sensation in large nerve fibers
  • Reliable, cost effective method of testing for the presence or absence of protective sensation
  • Helps identify patients at risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers