Utility of Toe-Brachial Index for diagnosis of PAD

MESI mTABLET in everyday practice

Use of Toe-Brachial Index (TBI) in wound care


How MESI saved a leg from amputation

Working in healthcare, especially developing devices that improve the individual patient’s health and wellbeing, gives added value to our personal…


An Overview of PAD Guidelines for Nephrology

There are many risk factors for the development of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and quite a few medical conditions that…

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Managing Referrals in Vascular Medicine

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are quite often characterised as insidious since they rarely present any symptoms until they are already in…


Monitoring Patients after Operative Procedures

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a complex and serious cardiovascular disease (CVD), but like many (but not all) CVDs, it…


The cost of delayed PAD diagnosis

The diagnosis and treatment of virtually any disease should be prompt and comprehensive, especially if it is of cardiovascular nature.…


Ankle-Brachial Index measurement vs. Toe-Brachial Index measurement in nephrology

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) or, commonly, lower-extremity artery disease (LEAD), is a complex cardiovascular condition whose symptomatology and severity may…


How to treat a patient with diabetic foot?

Incidence of diabetes is on the rise and it is projected that this trend will likely continue in the future.…


How can modern tools help cardiologists?

The rising number of diabetic patients in both developed and developing countries brings a host of serious challenges and exposes…


Reasons to check Ankle Brachial Index for patients with diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a complex metabolic disorder or more precisely a group of disorders, which affect many organ systems and…


The future of primary care practices

Modern technology has thoroughly transformed many aspects of our lives in unprecedented ways. This extends not only to trivial matters,…