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PAD is prevalent in 15% of adult population, yet remains highly under-diagnosed.

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PAD
Accurate and objective Peripheral Arterial Disease diagnosis.

Cardiovascular diseases cause 35% of deaths

globally. Efficient diagnostics is the only way to lower this number.

 

 With early diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Disease, the Automated Ankle-Brachial Index Measuring Device (MESI APBI MD) will help over 200 million people.

What is Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)?

Early diagnosis of PAD in primary healthcare is crucial!

PAD is likely to be a sign of a more widespread accumulation of fatty deposits in your arteries (atherosclerosis).

 

This condition may be reducing blood flow to your heart and brain, not only to your legs. With early diagnosis, your physician will help you to determine the best treatment.

Arteries are clogged. The flow of oxygen-rich blood is heavily restricted, leading to possible heart attack, stroke, gangrene, amputation, and ulcerations.

Healthy arteries

Arteries are narrowed by build-up of plaque in the walls. The blood flow is partially restricted. The patient does not feel leg pain or other symptoms.

PAD is a circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs.

Clogged arteries

Who should be screened for PAD?

Individuals over 50 years old with cardiovascular risk factors:

Hypertensive

Overweight

Diabetic

Smoking

Everyone older than 70 years.

PAD is prevalent in 15% of adult population, yet remains highly under-diagnosed.

70% of patients with PAD experience

no symptoms and are not diagnosed.

 

Cardiology associations recommend Ankle-Brachial Index screening on complete PAD risk group for early detection of the disease.

 

*Source: Inter-Society Consensus for the Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease (TASC II).

BEYOND PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE

VASCULAR DISEASE

Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) is a key component of the lower-extremity vascular examination.

Appropriate assessment of venous disease or ulceration and further decision-making.

 

  • Compression therapy

    • ABI helps to decide on the use and level of compression therapy and the monitoring thereof.

 

  • Wound healing therapy

    • ABI helps to determine the presence or absence of PAD,  the prognosis of lower-leg wounds

 

Early detection of life-threatening health risks and complications.

General practice is the ideal setting for these patients

to be identified with the MESI ABPI medical device.

MESI ABPI MD

 ENHANCE PATIENT CARE.

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DIAGNOSE PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE

Prevention, diagnosis and timely treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

VENOUS DISEASE TREATMENT PLAN

Appropriate assessment of venous disease or ulceration and further decision-making.

PRESCRIBE COMPRESSION THERAPY

ABI helps physicians decide on the use and level of compression therapy as well as the monitoring thereof.

WOUND CARE

TREATMENT PLAN

Wound healing therapy. ABI helps to determine the presence or absence of PAD, and predict

the prognosis of lower-leg wounds.

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TO POTENTIALLY SAVE A LIFE.