Newman Medical introduces its ABI with Exercise Study to help physicians evaluate and diagnose Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

Newman Medical’s ABI with Exercise Study is designed to help physicians detect PAD in patients with intermittent claudication or whose resting ABI is not sufficient to diagnose PAD. The diagnostic system includes all of the necessary testing equipment and produces detailed reports on-site that include information necessary for reimbursement.

SimpleABI Systems include an option to be connected to PACS systems via DICOM reporting or configured to communicate via HL7 to EMR/EHR systems, according to a media release from Newman Medical.

“From a single-page report, a clinician can assess pre- and post-exercise PAD results. This simple test improves the diagnostic assessment of PAD by helping to identify moderate PAD in patients that might otherwise not show up in a resting ABI,” says Spencer Newman, founder and president of Arvada, Colo-headquartered Newman Medical, in the release.

[Source(s): Newman Medical, PRWeb]