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Product Type: Vascular - ABI/ Toe Pressure
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Summit Doppler | Model: L500VA |
HCPCS : (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
Summit Doppler L500va Vista AVS (Advanced Vascular System) is a vascular doppler.
INTENDED USES: To make the ABI and other arterial exams faster and easier to conduct, interpret and document.
CLAIMED FEATURES: The system features an on-screen guide with a convenient hand-held controller to ease the ABI exam. The Vista AVS will also accommodate your custom protocols in a unique "Indiviudal Site" mode. The system includes: Automatic cuff inflation/deflation system Three modalities - Doppler, PVR, and arterial PPG Automatic ABI & TBI calculation Built-in printer for waveforms, pressures, and index printed on adhesive-backed label paper Graphic waveform display with step-by-step instructions Battery or line powered Includes 5 cuffs, 2 each-10cm, 2 each-12cm, 1 each-1.9cm digit cuff 8MHz Bi-Directional probe (Optional 5MHz probe Available) Software package with full page reporting and exam storage, download capability to EMR systems in pdf or csv format.
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Toe pressure measurements and Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) are objective vascular tests used to confirm Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) and Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) as well as to assess severity of disease, or evaluate treatments. Many guidelines recommend objective vascular testing in all patients suspected of having Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Visual inspection of the feet and palpable pulses have low specificity as diagnostic methods and, in addition, two thirds of all patients with PAD are asymptomatic or have atypical leg symptoms. Ankle pressure and the Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) are the most common vascular tests used to diagnose PAD. Their diagnostic accuracy is unfortunately limited in patients with incompressible arteries (diabetes, end-stage renal disease, Critical Limb Ischemia), resulting in falsely elevated ABI values. Toe pressures have proven to be a better option in these patients

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