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The TAMAH System - Testing and Monitoring Arterial Health

The TAMAH test has been developed to track changes in health induced by increasing exercise and by taking natural health supplements that boost the natural production of Nitric Oxide. The equipment has FDA and European approvals, so we can now offer licenses to enable you to offer the TAMAH test to your customers.



Cocaine Use and Small Blood Vessels

Cocaine users complaining of chest pain may have abnormal blood flow in the heart's smallest blood vessels that may not be detected in regular testing, putting these patients at risk for heart complications or death, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014.

"Cocaine use is unfortunately very common, and we see many emergency room admissions because patients experience chest pain following cocaine use," said Varun Kumar, M.D., lead study author and an internist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago.

The study showed that among cocaine users, during angiogram, the dye failed to clear instantly from the smallest vessels. The findings suggest that even when there's no sign of coronary artery disease among cocaine users, they have blood vessel damage that may produce symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath.

Abnormalities in blood flow were significant in comparison to non-cocaine users with diabetes, high blood pressure and family history of coronary artery disease.

Cocaine users are an understudied population, Kumar added. He advised that these patients may also be candidates for standard heart preventive therapies such as aspirin for thinning the blood and importantly, to find ways of relaxing blood vessels.

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Source: American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014.



The test uses Class II clinical equipment to collect data and analyze pulse patterns to determine arterial health.

The equipment has been built by a medical company who have been manufacturing medical devices since 1975. The test device has been FDA approved and also conforms to the provisions of the EU directive 93/42/EEC, so is suitable for use in the US and in all European countries. Doctors and cardiologists have endorsed and recommend the test as a "simple, inexpensive and precise way of measuring arterial stiffness".

The test is non invasive, painless and takes less than 5 minutes to perform. Tamah Systems provide full training, certification and support.


After each test, the Tamah System online software produces a multi page, easy to understand health report.  The reports contain informative colour charts helping people to continuously monitor their health.

Every health report includes specific life style recommendations tailored to the client’s unique requirements. The software and reports have been designed to help track progressive changes in health over a period of months and years.

Nobel Prize winning research has comprehensively documented the affect that Nitric Oxide has on the body. The Tamah Systems test helps people see for themselves the affects that supplements have on their health and so is an invaluable tool to help improve health and quality of life.