Non-Invasive Vascular Screening Device - VP1000 plus
Using it's four cuff system the VP-1000plus quickly and simply assesses Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) and Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) providing highly valuable clinical information within minutes. The short time taken to complete the assessment and the fully automatic functionality make the VP-1000 ideal for Vascular clinics, Cardiology and General practice.
Omron VP-1000 plus (Colin VP1000) Features:
Fast - The Omron VP-1000 Measurement Process can take as little as 10 minutes to complete from start to finish
Simple - Fully automated operation. Once the cuffs, ECG & PCG sensors are in place, the VP-1000 plus automatically completes the assessment with no further input from the clinician.
Accurate and Reproducible - The 'Sensor Cuffs' measure arterial pressure and waveform, eliminating the need for hand-held probes, and hence eliminating investigator variability.
Simultaneous Measurement of all limbs - The Omron VP-1000 simultaneously measures arterial pressures and waveform in all 4 limbs facilitating a highly accurate Ankle-Brachial Index calculation that isn't compromised by the passing of time between individual limb measurements done sequentially
Touch Screen Interface - The Omron VP-1000's touch screen interface and logical menu system simplifies data entry and navigation
Multiple Report Format Options - The Omron VP-1000 plus allows clinicians to select printed report formats that are most appropriate for their practice (Click on Printed Reports to view reports). Reports available include: Clinicians Report, Patient Report, Trend Report, Post Exercise/Recovery Report
Portable - The Omron VP-1000 plus main unit can operate as a 'Bench Top' unit, separate from the roller stand and printer, and can be transported in a small case making it portable enough to take between clinics or consultation room
Networkable - The Omron VP-1000 plus can be networked with major clinical management software packages, allowing simple data storage directly into patient files
Toe Brachial Index (TBI) function - A 'TBI' function is available using plethysmographic toe cuffs that can detect arterial pulses in the toes