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Discover Hidden Vascular Disease

Prevent lower-level amputations by integrating vascular screening into your comprehensive diabetic foot program

What do podiatrists have to say about PADnet?

"I have been using PADnet for a number of years. Arterial testing is a valuable part of my podiatry practice. My staff performs the technical component of the testing and I have a good relationship with a local interventional cardiologist who reads the test and recommends follow-up if necessary." -- Brad Hayman, DPM

What is PADnet?

Getting an ABI with PADnet

Clinically Accurate

Records ankle-brachial index (ABI), toe-brachial index (TBI), segmental pressures and pulse volume recordings (PVRs)

Fair Financial Return

Supports CPT codes 93924, 93923, and 93922 with technology confirmed to be reimbursable

Easy To Use

Uses air cuff and PPG probe technology, easier to use than doppler. Training and customer service included with PADnet

202 million

Worldwide living with PAD

Under 5 minutes

To detect PAD with PADnet®

About PAD and the benefit of early diagnosis

Biomedix featured in Vein Magazine

The Fall 2018 edition of Vein Magazine features an article from Biomedix titled: 4 Critical Reasons to Expand Your Collaborative Care Network with Non-Invasive Vascular Assessments. Highlighting our collaborative care model,…

What Do Customers Have to Say About PADnet?

"In the first nine months of this year, we have saved the limbs of at least 2 of our patients using PADnet. PADnet allowed use to diagnose patients with PAD and refer them to a nearby vascular surgeon for a consultation. As a result, our patients were very happy we able to prevent an amputation."
Kay Sookbir
"As a PADnet technician I am proud to be able to offer this valuable screening service to our patients. I find that few patients are aware of the very real dangers associated with PAD and many don't recognize the symptoms. It's important to continue to raise awareness and educate all patients, especially those at greatest risk for developing this disease, about the dangers of PAD and ways to avoid or treat it. "
J. Harris

About PAD Prevalence