Smart - LEDA (Lower Extremity Disease Assessment), a combination device of Smart-ABI with Sudomotor Function that tests for Peripheral Neuropathy. Smart-ABI is a medical device that is used to rapidly and accurately test patients at risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). It uses Pulse Volume Recordings (PVR) to capture the systolic and diastolic pulse of the arms and ankles. Francine Rhinehart, DPM, uses this device to check on patients with utmost care. Click on the online scheduling tool to book your appointment, or call the office today.
The Smart - LEDA adds Sudomotor testing to the Smart-ABI with the ability to run either test or both tests at the same time. The Smart-LEDA includes the ABI test (which includes Pulse Volume Recording and 7 additional markers) and a Quantitative Sudomotor Reflex Test for PN. This test uses a constant electrical stimulation of the C-Fibers. The C-Fibers activation induces first, a microcirculation dilation and then, a sweat response. Within a matter of minutes, both tests are completed on the patient. The data is captured and a physician-friendly report is produced and ready for review by the physician.