Leading the Way in Vascular Disease Testing
QuantaFlo Peripheral Artery Disease Test

Over 1/2 of All People with Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Are Undiagnosed

Up to 18 million Americans (and 20% or more of those over age 60) have Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). PAD sufferers have a 21% increased risk of a heart attack, stroke, hospitalization or death within one year.

Right Time, Right Place for Diagnosis

PAD Test
The QuantaFlo PAD test delivers fast, accurate results in around 5 minutes at the point of care when the opportunity to improve health and lower cost is the greatest.

Easy to use and portable, the QuantaFlo software can be installed on any Windows based PC, laptop or tablet.

The QuantaFlo system is well-suited for use in primary care offices, specialty practices, health fairs or during home assessments.

References:

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Steg PG, et. al. “One-year cardiovascular event rates in outpatients with atherothrombosis”, JAMA 2007 Mar 21;297(11):1197-1206.

Yost, Mary. “What is PAD’s Prevalence ad Overall Economic Impact?”, New Cardiovascular Horizons, New Orleans, LA 2012.