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Study Links Depression To Higher Rate of Negative PAD Outcomes

Study Links Depression To Higher Rate of Negative PAD Outcomes The results of recent retrospective study published in the <a href=”https://doi.org/10.1016/j.avsg.2021.01.025″>Annals of Vascular Surgery</a> found that patients with Chronic Limb Threatening Ischemia (CLTI) tended to have worse outcomes if they also had depression. This retrospective study of approximately 3,000 patients Read more…

Update: On-Demand Biomedix webinar on operationalizing PADnet in your practice

Join us for a webinar session to see how some successful PADnet® champions have operationally integrated PADnet vascular testing into their clinical workflow.During this roundtable-style webinar, we’ll review effective workflows for your practice to accelerate and simplify your use of PADnet. We’ll go over the patient experience before, during and Read more…

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New published whitepaper establishes clinical accuracy of PADnet Xpress

Lower Extremity Review magazine published a whitepaper online highlighting a clinical study comparing the diagnostic results of PADnet Xpress with other established, gold-standard technologies used to perform physiologic studies to non-invasively detect peripheral artery disease (PAD). This whitepaper was authored by Sue Duval, PhD and Associate Professor of the University Read more…

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Job stress raises PAD risk

The Journal of the American Heart Association recently published a study of 139,000 working adults, which found that job-related stress increased the chance of being hospitalized for peripheral artery disease. This retrospective study looked at 11 previous studies and found that those experiencing stress on the job had a 1.4 Read more…