Utilizing Modern Diagnostic Markers for Improved Clinical Outcomes
Improve your patients' cardiovascular health and clinical outcomes with Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA), central blood pressure (cBP), Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV), and Ankle-Brachial-Index (ABI). Discover how modern diagnostic markers provide more depth and insight for informed decision-making.
By identifying potential abnormalities earlier and making more informed decisions regarding therapy, you can improve clinical outcomes and help your patients lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
Manage Hypertension with Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA) and Central Blood Pressure (cBP)
Central blood pressure (cBP) is a measure of the pressure in the aorta, which is the main artery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body. By measuring cBP, you can obtain a more accurate assessment of your patients' cardiovascular health and identify potential risks for hypertension and other related conditions. This can help you make more informed decisions regarding therapy and improve clinical outcomes.
Stratify cardiovascular risk with Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) measurement
Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) is a measure of the speed at which the pulse wave through the arteries. Higher PWV values are associated with stiffer arteries, which can be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. By measuring PWV, you can identify potential abnormalities earlier and take appropriate action.
Identify Peripheral Artery Disease with the Ankle-Brachial-Index (ABI*)
The Ankle-Brachial-Index (ABI) is a simple, non-invasive test that compares the blood pressure in the ankle to that in the arm. This can help identify peripheral artery disease and other related conditions early on, allowing for more effective treatment and improved clinical outcomes.