Peripheral Arterial Disease

Diabetes & Peripheral Arterial Disease

The TruPAD is an FDA Cleared Device that Measures Peripheral Arterial Disease for the Lower-Extreat the Point-of-Care.

TruPAD™ measures the blood pressure in the lower-extremities with or without exercise (computer included). 

TruPAD™ Report

TruPAD™ is a medical device that measures Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), a condition in which the large and medium-sized arteries supply blood to the legs and become narrow or clogged with plaque, constricting blood flow. 

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) reduces blood flow to the feet and legs and can cause pain in the feet and legs which may lead to tissue death (gangrene). People with diabetes and a history of smoking are most at risk of developing peripheral artery disease. Studies say at least 1 in 5 elderly people suffer from hardened arteries reducing blood flow to the limbs. 

Major Causes of PAD

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