ANOTHER WAY TO KNOW YOUR WORK IS WORKING

FlowMet™*-R Intraprocedural Monitoring System Continuous and objective blood flow measurements that matter in the moment

THE
CHALLENGE

When it comes to gauging the impact of a PAD revascularization, angiography cannot fully assess distal blood flow.1

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Is there enough flow to heal a wound or save a limb?

The FlowMet *-R System

  • Supplements angiography for real-time procedural insight2
  • Quantifies and characterizes blood flow2
  • Monitors changes throughout the case
  • Requires no contrast or fluoroscopic exposure with noninvasive, two-step setup

FlowMet-R tablet with sensor attached.

QUANTIFY AND CHARACTERIZE

  1. Flow Index Measurement
    Quantifies blood flow using a numeric scale
  2. Velocity Waveform
    Enables the characterization of blood flow as normal or abnormal, similar to Doppler waveforms2

Close-up of display on a FlowMet-R tablet.
4 schematics of vessels showing normal, mild, moderate, and severe PAD and the associated velocity waveforms measured by Doppler.

Vessel Disease and Waveforms

The presence of vascular disease alters velocity waveforms. The more severe the disease, the more abnormal the waveform will appear.3

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How It Works

  • Place sensor on patient's toe at start of procedure 
  • Laser light is transmitted through the digit, creating a speckle pattern
  • Red blood cell movement alters this pattern and real-time changes are reflected on-screen2

FlowMet-R sensor clipped to a person's toe.

IMPORTANT: Indications, contraindications, warnings, and instructions for use can be found in the product labeling supplied with each device.

CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this product for sale by or on the order of a physician.

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Images are for illustration purposes only and may vary according to sensor location and disease stage.

1

Arthurs ZM, Bishop PD, Feiten LE, Eagleton MJ, Clair DG, Kashyap VS. Evaluation of peripheral atherosclerosis: a comparative analysis of angiography and intravascular ultrasound imaging. J Vasc Surg. April 2010;51(4): 933-938.

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Data on file.

3

Sibley RC 3rd, Reis SP, MacFarlane JJ, Reddick MA, Kalva SP, Sutphin PD. Noninvasive Physiologic Vascular Studies: A Guide to Diagnosing Peripheral Arterial Disease. Radiographics. January-February 2017;37(1):346-357.

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