Summit Doppler Vista AVS ABI Vascular System
Features and Benefits:
ABI exam can be performed while patient is sitting, making it possible to easily assess patients with disabilities or mobility impairments.
Customize exam by selecting the number and location of arterial sites.
Obtaining pressures for the supine ABI, TBI and segmental exams can now be performed using the arterial photoplethysmograhpy (PPG) probe.
Automated cuff inflaction/deflation system.
Graphic waveform display with step-by-step exam instructions.
Automatic ABI, TBI and segmental studies.
Bi-Directional doppler (8 MHz probe) with 9 blood pressure cuffs.
Pulse volume recording (PVR) modality.
Software for full-page reporting and exam storage, provides download capability in PDF, CSV, or DICOM formats (allows for integration with EMR systems)
Ankle Brachial Index Assessment
Above 1.30: Noncompressible artery
1.00 to 1.29: Normal
0.91 to 0.99: Borderline (equivocal)
0.41 to 0.90: Moderate Disease
0.00 to 0.40: Severe Disease
8 MHz Bi-Directional Doppler
PPG Auto Cuff Inflation/Deflation
1 Rolls of Printer Paper
2 10cm Cuffs
2 12 cm Cuffs
93922: Non-invasive physiologic studies of upper or lower extremity arteries, single level, bilateral.
93923: Non-invasive physiologic studies of upper or lower extremity arteries, multiple levels or with provocative functional maneuvers, complete bilateral study.
93924: Non-invasive physiologic studies of lower extremity arteries, at rest and following treadmill stress testing, complete bilateral study.