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.
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