I just came across a company that claims great things with their medical diagnostic device. The company is http://www.renuamedical.com/ . They are located in Irvine, CA with HQ in Nevada. I checked out their YouTube video and the device seems to be bogus. By hooking up 2 electrodes to a patient's forehead, having their hands and feet resting on a metal plate, the device is supposed to test everything from brain function to your internal organs. I have sold medical devices for over 30 years and find this hard to believe. With this configuration, I know you can get an ECG rhythm strip and test for body fat. The company's website and the first thing the video says is: “The information on this video is presented for informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice. The statements on this video have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.” I think that says it all. They claim there are 6 billable CPT codes and the doctors can make gobs of money. Promoting high reimbursement also seems something from the past. I called one of their "managers" and asked him about it. He said his background was a school teacher and he didn't know much. Huh? He mentioned the company also sells a nutritional product for the patients. I asked him if it was a MLM company. He said "no". I found another local "manager" that said "It IS a MLM company". Overall, I would suggest staying away from this product and this company. I found another post on "RipOff Report" that says the president changed his name and has already been dragged into court for fraud. To make sure there is no scamming of the doctors (and make ethical sales reps look bad), I sent an inquiry to the FBI and CMS. I asked them to verify whether or not this product received the final 510k and their product has been assigned the codes they claim.