Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is highly underdiagnosed.
2 out of 3 patients with PAD do not show signs or symptoms.

The cost to treat individuals with progressive PAD is astronomical



Total patient throughput from data entry to report


Straightforward standard of care within your ecosystem



ABI + PVR Accuracy for detection of PAD

Reduce Major Cardiovascular and Limb Events

Solutions designed to refine the diagnosis of costly chronic conditions and contribute to the reduction in risk of high cost, high burden, and high mortality events like heart attacks, strokes, chronic wounds, and amputations.

Smart ABI

Smart ABI & Smart ABI+

The Smart-ABI was designed for providers in any care setting to easily perform vascular studies for patients at risk for PAD.

Smart LEDA

Smart LEDA & Smart-LEDA+

The Smart-LEDA was designed to combine the diagnostic capabilities of ABI and Sudomotor function testing.

These solutions will allow you to properly manage your patients and reduce the burden of chronic peripheral conditions.

Friendly Reports

Smart-ABI Hub helps organize and share clinical insights

Smart-ABI Reports

The only report that offers Ankle Brachial Index (ABI), Pulse Volume Recording (PVR) waveforms, patient trending, and additional medical markers in a simple color-coded format. They are easy to access, simple to review and can be read, reviewed, signed and added to most major EMRs.

Why Choose the Smart-ABI Solution

Population Identification
Patient inclusion criteria, marketing support, and the Smart-ABI Hub will assist in patient identification, implementation, and ongoing peripheral condition awareness.
Best In Class Design
Smart-ABI solutions provide your clinicians with the tools needed to implement a quick, simple, and reproducible service to help fit into your current workflow.
The Smart-ABI Hub includes patient management features and a secure data hub to help you improve collaborative care between front-line providers and specialists.
Technology that benefits your fee-for-service and managed care reimbursement initiatives.

For over a decade, the American Heart Association has recommended that
every patient at risk should have an Ankle Brachial Indices (ABI) performed
to assess the probability of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

American Heart Association

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