THE #1 SOLUTION TO MEASURE ARTERIAL STIFFNESS
Arteriograph: using pulse wave analysis in the COVID-19 pandemic
Read the interview with Professor Dr Martin Middeke: Specialist for internal medicine with 30 years of experience in hypertension research and head of the Hypertension Centre Munich.
The non-invasive methods for measuring pulse wave velocity (PWVao), aortic central blood pressure (SBPao) and augmentation (AIXao) of central systolic blood pressure provide a novel basis for improved cardiovascular risk stratification, differential therapeutic considerations and improved patient care. Numerous studies show that pulse wave velocity as a biomarker of arterial vascular stiffness is a strong independent predictor of morbidity and mortality.
The innovative non-invasive measuring system Arteriograph (Tensiomed Ltd., Budapest, Hungary) can determine these parameters and, using a special pulse wave analysis, make individual statements about the vessel properties (function, arterial age).
Display of name and date of birth
Listing of past measurements
Selection of the current measurement
Overview of all measured brachial and central parameters
Suprasystolic pressure curve
Suprasystolic pressure curve transmitted in real time over 8 seconds ➙ PUB
Prof. Dr. med. Miklos Illyes