Latest Posts

  • Pulse Wave Velocity: A New Feature of Viasonix Falcon

     A new feature of pulsed wave velocity (PWV) has been introduced to Viasonix Falcon system. PWV is a simple and non-invasive method to assess arterial stiffness or elasticity. Contraction of the left ventricle generates a pulse wave which is propagated throughout the arterial tree.
    Read more
  • Important Considerations for Buying Laboratory Equipment

    Medical laboratories must use high quality and possibly expensive devices and instruments to deliver precise and timely results. The most advanced equipment increases the effectiveness of the diagnostic tests and, by accurately providing diagnostic confidence to the physician, they can be extremely beneficial for healthcare providers to select the right treatment and care.
    Read more
  • Learn About These Critical Factors Before Choosing a Medical Equipment Supplier

    If you are looking for the best laboratory equipment suppliers available, you have to consider some important aspects prior to settling down for a supplier. Dependability, responsibility, after-sales service, quality, and technical competency are all essential.
    Read more
  • Raynaud’s Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

    Raynaud’s syndrome is a medical condition whereby body extremities, such as fingers and toes received poor or reduced blood circulation, resulting in a pale skin and red/blue patches. However, there are a few other elements that are included in the Raynaud’s Syndrome diagnosis.
    Read more
  • Raynaud’s Syndrome: What You Need to Know About It

    Raynaud’s syndrome is a medical disorder that is associated with improper blood flow to the extremities. In such a condition, an individual’s fingers turn white because of poor blood circulation that has been ceased or substantially decreased due to constriction of the blood vessels.
    Read more
  • A Short Guide About Peripheral Vascular Diseases

    Peripheral vascular diseases encompass the diagnosis and treatment of blood vessels present around the body, brain, and heart. Also known as PVD and peripheral artery disease (PAD), it manages the diseases related with blood circulation and blood vessel blockages.
    Read more
  • An Overview on Peripheral Vascular Diseases

    Peripheral Vascular Diseases are circulation disorders that affect blood vessels outside of the heart and brain. PVD typically strikes the veins and arteries that supply the arms, legs, and organs located below your stomach. These are the blood vessels that are distant from the heart, hence they are known as peripheral vessels.
    Read more
  • Non-Invasive Examination for Vascular Diseases

    If you have ever experienced a vascular-related medical condition, you might have heard about invasive and non-invasive peripheral vascular examinations. With the development of technology, more and more people now prefer non-invasive methods of arterial disease diagnosis
    Read more
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease – Facts and Information

    The term peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is commonly used to refer to peripheral artery disease (PAD), meaning narrowing or occlusion by atherosclerotic plaques of arteries outside of the heart and brain. Risk factors for peripheral artery disease include elevated blood cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, hypertension, inactivity, and overweight/obesity
    Read more
  • Peripheral Artery Disease and It’s Treatment

    Approximately half of people with peripheral artery disease do not experience any symptoms. For patients with symptoms. Treatments include lifestyle changes, supervised exercise, medications, angioplasty, and surgery.
    Read more
  • Spider and Varicose Veins

    Spider veins and varicose veins are common conditions that affect many adults. These abnormally enlarged vessels, which affect women more often than men, appear most often on the legs and become more prevalent with age.
    Read more
  • Venous Reflux

    The venous reflux test is designed to assess lower limb venous competence. The test is performed with the patient in a sitting position with the legs in the air (not
    Read more