Summit Doppler Vantage ABI System

The Summit Doppler Vantage ABI System, simplifying the diagnosis of P.A.D.
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Warranty: 1 Year Defects & Workmanship.

The true one-button ABI system that performs the ABI exam in as little as 3 minutes. Now, diagnosing peripheral arterial disease for the 8-12 million Americans affected can be done fast and accurately.

The Vantage ABI uses an innovative cuff-based technology for performing the ankle-brachial index (ABI) exam to assist in the diagnosis of peripheral arterial disease (P.A.D.).

The system provides accurate determination of the ABI across the full range of P.A.D. The technology, developed by Summit Doppler, was co-invented in cooperation with researchers from the Cleveland Clinic. It uses DFO waveform analysis, a significant improvement in ankle pressure determination and Peripheral Arterial Disease assessment over traditional forms of oscillometric ankle pressure estimation.

Summit Doppler Vantage ABI System Features:

 

  • Dimensions: 6.4″ H x 11″ W x 7.3″ D.
  • Weight: 4.6 lbs (2.1 kg).

Summit Doppler Vantage ABI System Configurations:

VANABI: Vantage ABI Unit (standard ABI Unit with easy-to-use Touch Screen, 4 Cuffs (two 10 cm Cuffs for Ankles & two 12 cm Cuffs for Arms) and 4 color-coded Hoses, USB Flash Drive for PC Download Software capability, ABI Chart, and Training Video).

  • VANMAX: Vantage Max ABI (standard ABI Unit with easy-to-use Touch Screen, 4 Cuffs (two 10 cm Cuffs for Ankles & two 12 cm Cuffs for Arms) and 4 color-coded Hoses, USB Flash Drive for PC Download Software capability, ABI Chart, Training Video, built-in Printer with Adhesive Backed Label Paper, Convenient Roll Stand, and Storage Basket).
  • L500CP (Complete Vascular Package): Vanmax combined with Vista AVS (VANMAX Vantage ABI Automated Screening System combined with Vista AVS L500VA – Advanced ABI/Vascular System for PAD). Complete vascular package for diagnosing PAD.

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