By Elizabeth Tenny, BS RVT RDCS - 21st Feb 2021 - Course previews

Performing a manual ankle-brachial index (ABI)

If you suspect that a patient may have peripheral arterialĀ disease in theĀ legs, performing an ABI is crucial to confirming your suspicions. In this video, Dr Elizabeth Tenny will take you through this procedure, step-by-step, pointing out the common pitfalls and how to avoid them.

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Learn how to recognize the symptoms and severity of peripheral arterial diseases, master theĀ basic ankle-brachial index (ABI), and interpret findings to quickly determine if revascularization is needed. Weā€™ll teach you how to diagnose arterial diseases so that you can save some limbs!

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