Simple ABI Testing
What is the Ankle Brachial Index (ABI)?
The Ankle Brachial Index, or ABI, is a non-invasive test used to assess peripheral artery disease (PAD). The ABI is calculated by comparing the blood pressure in the lower extremities to the blood pressure in the arms. An abnormal ABI indicates narrowing the arteries and reduced blood flow to the legs. ABI can be measured using a device called the TM FLOW SYSTEM. A low ABI is often a sign of PAD, and patients with an abnormal ABI are at increased risk for cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke.
How can the TM Flow System help with ABI testing and diagnosis?
ABI testing with the TM FLOW SYSTEM is a simple, straightforward process that can provide valuable information for physicians and their patients.
The TM FLOW SYSTEM is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that can be used to measure ABI or Ankle-Brachial Index. ABI is a measure of how well blood is flowing to the extremities and is an important indicator of peripheral artery disease. The TM FLOW SYSTEM can provide results within minutes. The ABI measurement device is an easy system to use, making it an ideal tool for busy medical practices.
What are some of the benefits of using the TM FLOW SYSTEM for ABI testing and diagnosis?
The TM FLOW SYSTEM is a new tool that promises to revolutionize the field of ABI testing and diagnosis. The system is designed to be much more user-friendly than traditional methods, and it offers a host of benefits for both patients and clinicians. One of the biggest advantages of the TM FLOW SYSTEM is that it significantly reduces the amount of time required for testing. In fact, the entire ABI measurement process can be completed in just minutes, which is a major advantage for busy clinics.
If you’re interested in learning more about the TM FLOW SYSTEM, contact Primary Care Diagnostics, LLC today. We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions and help you determine if the system is right for your practice.