AngE PDM

Phlebodynamometry & Compartment Pressure Measurement: Approved Method Newly Discovered

The AngE PDM allows to conduct invasive venous pressure measurement as well as compartment pressure measurement with one or two channels and provides the examiner with an open measuring program for individual measurements.

Phlebodynamometry

The AngE PDM is a 2-channel system to perform a phlebodynamometry and compartment pressure measurement. The actual pressure of a vein or a compartment can be measured by puncturing them with the aid of a butterfly-cannula.

The PDM or CPM represents an important part of diagnostics relating to ulcus clarification. In case it is not possible to get coherent results by a duplex-sonography or a performed PPG, especially the AngE PDM can be applied as an additional instrument. In addition, it generates a basis for further therapeutically proceedings.

An existing venous hypertension in the shallow veins leads to known skin alterations right up to an ulcus. If therapy resistant ulcera cruris occur, the four muscle compartments gain in importance.


Who uses the AngE PDM?

Phlebotomists and Angiologists as well as vascular surgeons use the AngE PDM in support of their diagnostic daily routine. Additionally, surveyors apply the AngE PDM in order to gather relevant measured data.

The phlebodynamometry constitutes the Gold Standard regarding the evaluation of the quality of venous valves and the vein-muscle-pump function.

Mobility

Enjoy the wide mobility of our handy product. Use the AngE PDM with the size of a credit card via the USB-interface of your computer immediately.

Software Evaluation & Documentation

The AngE PDM enables accurate working with its two channels and an entire integration into the AngE Software. Benefit from the broad compatibility and available interfaces such as HL7, DICOM or GDT.

Size and Weight

Width
51mm
Height
25mm
Depth
95mm
Weight
approx. 120g

Sensors

Number
2 sensors
Sampling rate
100 Hz
Measurement Resolution
0.1 mmHg
Display Resolution
1 mmHg
Accuracy
up to 100 mmHg: ±3 mmHg
> 100 mmHg: ±3 %

Connections

PC connection
USB port
Power supply
USB port
External databases
DICOM, GDT and HL7 available

Software Compatibility

Operating systems
Windows 10
WIndows 8.x
Windows 7

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Venous Pressure Measurement
Determination of Pressure Reduction after Vein Muscle Pump
Illustration of the Refill-Time
Pressure Value Determination of Muscle Compartments

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