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COMPREHENSIVE ARTERIAL EVALUATIONS FOR IMPROVING CARDIOVASCULAR DIAGNOSIS

ARTERIAL EVALUATION

arterial evaluationWhat is an arterial evaluation?
An arterial exam looks at the arteries of the arms or legs. Arteries carry blood to cells and organs. As we age, atherosclerotic plaque may form in the arteries to some degree. However the arteries of the neck, heart and legs are most commonly affected. Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) refers to the blockages in the legs, and to a lesser extent in the arms. A physiologic study is performed which uses blood pressure cuffs at different levels of the legs and/or arms to check the presence and severity of the disease process. An exercise study may also be performed to see if the leg symptoms are related to blockages in the arteries. An ultrasound imaging examination may also be performed to look at blood flow in the arteries of the abdomen and/or the legs to isolate the nature and extent of the disease..

What are common indications for an arterial evaluation?

How long does it take and how should a patient prepare for an arterial exam?
A lower arterial evaluation exam takes at least 1 hour to complete. The following information will help patients prepare for the exam.

An upper extremity arterial evaluation takes up to 45 minutes and requires the patient to where a loose fitting shirt. Depending on the exam, the patient may be asked to replace shirt/blouse with a gown.

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Why NAVIX?

NAVIX's Physician Preceptorship for Interpretation of Non-Invasive Studies is one of a few select programs available in the United States. All attendees of this program who have sat for the Registered Physician Vascular Interpretation (RPVI) exam have passed -that's a 100% pass rate for our participants!

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NAVIX Headquarters:
100 Myles Standish Blvd
Taunton, MA 02780
Tel: 508-977-2807
Fax: 508-880-2093

Training Clinics:
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Bronx, NY 10461
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Philadelphia, PA 19106
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San Antonio, TX 78207
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NAVIX, a market leader in turnkey diagnostic imaging services and vascular educational programs, partners with hospitals, access centers and physician practices to deliver high-quality, cost-effective testing services that achieve the best outcomes for patients. With nearly 20 years experience and more than 100 accredited heart and vascular diagnostic centers throughout the United States, NAVIX is dedicated to improving cardiovascular care through a collaborative partnership with their clients. NAVIX's team, many of whom are nationally recognized leaders in vascular ultrasound, ensures the highest quality in vascular testing and training for physicians and technologists. NAVIX's Vascular Ultrasound Preceptorship provides the most comprehensive training in the advancement of physicians' knowledge in the interpretation of vascular ultrasound and preparation for ARDMS' RPVI credential.

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