ABPI MD

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One minute, simple and accurate method of measuring ABPI

The WORLD’S FASTEST Ankle Brachial Index (ABI)

2 in 1: ABI and BP measurement

This is not just a medical device for ABI; this is a medical device for the simple, objective and accurate measurement of ABI and blood pressure. The expertly developed ABPI MD has two measurement modes:

  • Stand-alone measurement of brachial blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Simultaneous measurement of the left ABI, the right ABI, blood pressure and heart rate.

Therefore, ABPI MD can be used for measuring brachial blood pressure. It is also used as a screening tool for patients with non-modifiable and modifiable risk factors for the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases..

Testing for ABI is also advised to determine safe compression in wound care. Early diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in primary care is crucial!

Description

One minute, simple and accurate method of measuring ABPI

Early detection of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) prevents serious complications

It’s important to discover blocked arteries in the early stage to prevent serious complications.
If the disease is not discovered early enough or treated the right way, it can have dangerous outcomes, such as heart attack, stroke, ulceration or amputation.

Most patients are asymptomatic, nearly 70% of the patients do not feel any pain or changes in the lower extremities. In the new ESC guidelines, the true threat for PAD disease is the group of patients who do not feel any symptoms, but they may have a severe disease. This can be due to their incapacity to move enough to reveal symptoms. This group is called “masked LEAD (Lower Extremity Artery Disease)”

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

  • 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

The ABPI MD accessories:

Coloured cuffs

Colour coded cuffs simplify the use of the device. The different colours indicate where to place each cuff. The red cuff should be positioned on the upper arm, green on the right and yellow on the left ankle. Each cuff is clearly labelled and includes a diagram to ensure correct placement, so no training is needed as comprehensive guidelines are provided.

Long lasting battery for maximum portability

During the measurement, patient needs to be in the supine position. Consequently, ABPI MD´s place is right next to the examination bed, where electricity point is not always at convenient location.

Portability of the device has been enhanced with a long lasting battery, for 50 measurements, which enables the device to be used wherever it is needed.

Convenient stand

To enhance the functionality of the ABPI MD, a stand with a magnetic base has been designed to hold both the device and the cuffs. This portable, wheeled stand enables the medical device to be used next to the examination table.

A stand is an important accessory for ABPI MD as it provides a flat and stable surface, without which the device is unable to perform accurate measurements. Not all examination rooms have a suitable table at the right place, so the stand makes it possible to use it wherever it is required. To purchase the stand please click here 

Mesi Bag

Click here to purchase the Mesi Bag

Setting up the Mesi ABPI MD

 

Automated ABPI testing improves patient outcomes in wound care

Prevent PAD with the MESI ABPI MD

Do you have PAD?

ABPI MD Booklet and further reading

ABPI-MD-Booklet-EN

Detection_of_peripheral_arterial_disease_with_an_improved_Dovepress-July-2016

MESI ABPI MD Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management

TASC II Guidelines

Healthy Arteries

Italian Study Compares the MESI ABPI MD to Standard Doppler Method

 

Cobas b 101 system Performing a Dual Test