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Vascular -  ABPI - (MESI)

Vascular - ABPI - (MESI) 

Early diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in primary healthcare is crucial.

Over 70% of patients do not know about the disease because they do not feel or recognise the symptoms until severe complications occur.

Ankle Brachial Pressure Index (ABPI) measurement is a simple solution for diagnosing PAD. It compares blood pressure in the arm and legs. With the new ABPI MD device, the procedure is reliable, objective and even possible to be performed as a screening device in primary healthcare.

  • ABPI results and brachial blood pressure in just 1 minute

  • Simultaneous measurement of left and right ABPI

  • Unique algorithm for ankle blood pressure calculation

  • Simultaneous measurement to avoid error from blood pressure drift

  • Cuff-based technology sensors detect smallest changes in volume

  • Advanced error detection system prevents false reporting

  • Data can be saved and detailed reports can be printed

What is a MESI ABPI measuring device?

The MESI ABPI MD provides a simple solution for accurate, rapid assessment of the ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI) with no need for resting prior to the assessment. Three cuffs are used simultaneously to provide a read out within 1 minute of application

What is a normal ABPI range?

ABPI is generally between 1.0 – 1.4 in healthy people, i.e. the systolic pressure at the ankle is greater than the systolic pressure at the arm. An abnormally low ABPI value (i.e. < 0.9) has a sensitivity of 79 – 95% and a specificity of approximately 95% for peripheral artery disease.

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Video:  Vascular - ABPI - (MESI)

Video:  Vascular - MESI - ABPI 

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