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Peripheral Vascular Testing Just Got Smarter!


• Patients with diabetes have the highest risk for developing PAD, CLI and amputation.

• Patients with diabetes often have below the knee and pedal arterial disease resulting in very different levels of perfusion in different parts of the foot.

• It is well published that macrocirculatory tests alone, like the ankle brachial index, can significantly misdiagnose PAD or under-diagnose disease severity in patients with diabetes.


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The Ideal Non-Invasive Peripheral Vascular Diagnostic Device Would...

  • Accurately detect the presence of PAD/CLI

  • Assess the severity of disease

  • Provide guidance to therapy options that are likely to succeed

  • Automatically route tests from primary care physicians to vascular specialists

  • Assess therapy effectiveness

  • Permit angiosome-specific testing

  • Pair vascular assessments with visual images of wound for patient



By supporting multiple peripheral vascular tests, the SensiLase PAD-IQ casts a more comprehensive PAD detection net than any single diagnostic test.

Contact one of of our staff members at Coastal Foot Care Services, Inc. to find out more about SensiLase PAD-IQ testing!