QUANTAFLO™ Peripheral Arterial Disease Test  

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For decades now, Doppler technology has been used in order to identify Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in symptomatic patients. It’s always been more than enough before, but recent breakthroughs in modern ABI technology has led to the manufacturing of the QUANTAFLO™ Peripheral Arterial Disease Test.  

It’s intuitive, portable, easily installed in compatible PCs/tablets, highly efficient, and it produces highly accurate Ankle Brachial Index scores whilst being far less invasive than the more traditional but aged doppler method.  


Unlike most ABI testing systems, which use ultrasound transducers (to measure blood flow in your extremities) and blood pressure cuffs (to analyze the blood flow in your ankles)… 

  • The QUANTAFLO™ PAD test is very easy to use and can produce results in under 5 minutes — requiring no specialized training. 
  • It’s also compatible with every Windows-based PC, laptop, or tablet 
  • Instead of a Doppler probe, the system comes with a “sensor clamp” for measuring blood ratios in a person’s toes and fingers.  
  • Intelligent algorithms allow the QUANTAFLO™ PAD test to be entirely automatic. 
  • The results of the test can be viewed in the connected PC, Laptop, or Tablet and then later printed for documentation or reimbursement purposes.  

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Tests Performed 

As mentioned, the QUANTAFLO™ PAD test involves an entirely different testing procedure. For one, unlike with most ABI tests, the patient will not need to rest in a supine position (it’s recommended, but seated tests are possible for patients who have poor lower body mobility.) 

For the actual test, the sensor clamp is used for both feet first then followed by both arms. Then, the proprietary algorithm will do the rest of the work. Results should come in within a couple of minutes (using the full-page reporting software.) 

It is, by far, one of the most intuitive methods of testing for ABI in the market. Which has made it standard for primary care officers, specialty practices, health fairs, and even for home assessments.  

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QUANTAFLO™ Peripheral Arterial Disease Test 

Without a doubt, the QUANTAFLO™ PAD test is one of, if not the, best ABI testing systems in the market. There are definitely older and more tested systems out there, but QUANTAFLO offers a more intuitive solution that is just as accurate (if not more so.)  

With all that in mind, the QUANTAFLO™ PAD test is definitely our most recommended ABI testing system. 

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Technical Specifications 

  • Windows-based System 
  • Compatible with Desktops, Laptops, or Tablets 
  • Sensory Clamp 
  • Automatic Reporting Software 

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Pros and Cons 

A list of pros and cons of the QUANTAFLO™ Peripheral Arterial Disease Testing System.  


  • This testing system is one of the most (if not the most) efficient in the industry — with the procedure and calculation taking only up to 5 minutes or less each time. 
  • It also allows for seated ABI testing, which is made easier with the sensor clamp that need only be set for use 
  • QUANTAFLO™ is not restricted to just PCs either. It’s a system that can be installed and used with any Windows-based tablet. 
  • Results are calculated automatically with specialized proprietary algorithms and processed into full-page reports that can be viewed and printer for later use. 


  • There is some hesitation for using the QUANTAFLO™ PAD test, if only because it was discovered only during the 2010s. However, the system has been tested over 50 million times since then, and it has not shown any sign of being any less accurate than most of the ABI machines in the market.  

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