Why measure ABI?
The ABI is an indicator of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), a cardiovascular disease with a high mortality rate.
Unfortunately, the ABI is not measured routinely because its traditional measuring with Doppler ultrasound is long and complex.
Early PAD detection is vital for these reasons:
MESI solutions enable the measurement of the Ankle-Brachial Index in 1 minute.
Quick and easy Ankle-Brachial Index
A facelift for an icon
Our first innovation, the MESI ABPI MD, has ruled its segment for a decade. It is time to celebrate with a brand new edition. The new MESI ABPI MD fits seamlessly into a modern medical practice while staying true to its basic ease-of-use roots.
- Compared to the handheld Doppler probe, the MESI ABPI MD performs an ABI measurement automatically in one minute
- Unique error detection system without false results, elimination of blood pressure drift error and design of the cuffs all contribute to accurate results
- Identifying the right patients, determining the safe level of compression and improving their long-term outcomes has never been easier
- PADsense™ algorithm for detection of severe Peripheral Arterial Disease
- 3CUFF™ technology permits simultaneous measurement
- 1-minute, easy and reliable ABI measurement with pulse waveform interpretation
How to use it?
Perform this simple measurement in 3 steps
Place the cuffs on the arms and ankles
Press the START button for the measurement to begin
Analyse the pulse waveforms and read the ABI result
Store and analyse results on your computer and print them out anytime
- MESI ABPI MD can be connected to a computer to provide an electronic copy or a printout of the ABI result with MESIresults software
- The software with the updates comes free with the device
- It enables information such as name, address and logo of the healthcare institution to be included on every measurement report
Maximum portability and secure placement on the stand
The stand provides a flat and stable surface for the device and safe storage for the cuffs and other accessories.
The physical lock ensures stability of the device, while the round basket is intended for the cuffs.
Replacements and different sizes of MESI ABPI MD cuffs
The basic package includes four differently coloured cuffs in size M for placement on the upper arms and both legs.
L size cuffs accommodate patients with larger limb circumference. A combination of cuff sizes can be used to ensure the best possible fit.
MESI mTABLET – a modular and user-friendly system
- Build your own diagnostic system
- Diagnostic hardware, software extensions and AI recommendations
- Automatic data storage, easy integration options
The MESI mTABLET system is ideal for use in the following fields:
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Detect PAD effectively in all risk groups with a complete one-minute arterial assessment and only go for Doppler next.
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Supporting Clinical Papers:
Best Practice Statement Ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI) in practice
Reducing variation in leg ulcer assessment and management using quality improvement methods
Making the Case MESI ABPI MD Wounds UK
Certificate for conformance with ISO 13485:2016/MDSAP (Medical Device Single Audit Program)
MESI ABPI – Instruction For Use
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) remains underdiagnosed by primary care and cardiovascular physicians. Learn more.
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