Toe Blood Pressure (TBP)
Toe Blood Pressure (TBP) is the measurement of distal limb systolic blood pressure at the toe and is useful in patients with noncompressible tibial arteries, for example those suffering long-standing diabetes, renal failure or other disorders where vascular calcification is present. TBP can also be used for diagnostic classification of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) including Critical Limb Ischaemia (CLI).
Using laser Doppler with automated pressure systems TBP measurements have been shown to be reproducible with less inter and intraobserver variability than that reported for Ankle Brachial Pressure Index (ABPI).
We recommend the moorVMS-VASC PC software to streamline the measurement and analysis together with a single or dual channel moorVMS-LDF monitor and multi-fibre skin probes (VP1T/7). The CUFF-TOE is suitable for occlusion of the toe and the moorVMS-PRES provides automation of the cuff inflation/ deflation protocol.
Vascular Monitoring System
Non-invasive assessment of micro-vascular blood flow in response to standard, and your custom, pressure cuff inflation protocols
moorVMS-VASC - Non-invasive assessment of micro-vascular blood flow in response to standard, and your custom, pressure cuff inflation protocols
moorVMS-LDF - Advanced, laser Doppler blood flow and temperature monitor
moorVMS-PRES - Automatic pressure cuff control for routine microvascular testing
VP1T/7 - A combined temperature and optic probe that delivers light at a right angle to the probe cable with 8 collecting fibres in a 2mm ring with a central delivery fibre
VP1T - A combined temperature and optic probe that delivers light at a right angle to the probe cable
Contact us to discuss your specific needs and to request your copy of our free Application Note which includes a detailed experimental method and practical suggestions. We also offer no obligation on-site visits so you can test the equipment in your facility.