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Peripheral arterial disease is a widespread circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs, which can result in a multitude of complications, including amputations, gangrene and stroke. It is very often not manifested in a way, where the patient would notice any clear symptoms or is masked, making it underdiagnosed and undertreated. All patients at risk should receive timely arterial assessment.

The easiest non-invasive procedure is definitely Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI); if followed by additional diagnostics, such as physical examination, Toe-Brachial Index, monitoring and managing the modifiable risk factors the disease can be treated on time and adverse events can be prevented.

With automated technology, automatic review of all previous measurements and additional diagnostics, having a good insight into the patients’ arterial conditions has never been easier.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

✔ digitalise and optimise the way you are diagnosing your high-risk patients 

✔ use the latest technology to help you provide a complete arterial assessment 

✔ track your chronic disease patients’ health easily and more efficiently