The Simplest Wireless Toe-Brachial Index
Toe-Brachial Index measurement is used for detecting PAD in patients, where an Ankle-Brachial Index measurement alone is not sufficient due to non-compressible arteries. It is an indispensable measurement not only for diabetic patients, patients undergoing dialysis and patients with very advanced age, but also for patients with extensive wounds and lymphoedema.
Why MESI mTABLET TBI?
- Safe, simultaneous measurements in both arms and big toes, with adaptive, infrared LED PPG light, detecting toe skin temperature and thickness
- FirstWave™ algorithm for detecting the first returning pulse waveform in the toes
- Comprehensive and reliable TBI report with pulse waveforms and oscillation graphs for the arms and PPG pulse waveforms for the toes
- Single-use (disposable) toe cuffs available
A part of the MESI mTABLET system
- The MESI mTABLET system helps clinicians provide their patients with the best medical assessment by combining diagnostic measurements, patient records and clinical support tools in one modular and user-friendly system.
- All measurement reports and patient data are automatically stored in the patient record. The information can be reviewed on a computer, through the practice’s information system or on the built-in MESI mRECORDS platform providing secure access from any web-enabled device.
- Performance and functionality can be enhanced with numerous extensions available in the medical marketplace — MESI mSTORE.
How it works
MESI TBI MODULE
Accessing Reports Anywhere
Every MESI mTABLET comes with MESI mRECORDS software. It ensures that all your measurements and patient data are automatically stored, and available for further analysis and review. MESI mRECORDS can be accessed by any device through secure login.
The MESI mTABLET TBI is not only an advanced Toe-Brachial Index measuring device. By adding smart applications such as DgtP, you can also perform a complete assessment of the vascular response in the hand digit arteries. Among other conditions, you can study the effect of a fistula on the hand circulation of ESRD patients with the use of your existing device. Expand the use of your device whenever you require new measurements!