Summit Doppler Vista AVS SDNABIL500VA
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Summit Doppler Vista AVS

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The Summit Doppler Vista AVS is a quick and well-designed system for diagnosing Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Summit Doppler Vista performs ABI and atrial exams quickly and accurately, allowing users to interpret and record data. The Vista vascular Doppler makes it possible to conduct exams while on sitting patients, making it easier to examine patients with various disabilities. With an on-screen guide for conducting the exam.

Additional features and benefits of the Summit Doppler Vista include, but are not limited to, the following:


  • ABI on sitting patients, first of its kind

  • Automatic cuff inflation and deflation

  • Waveform display with exam instructions

  • Automatic ABI, TBI, and segmental calculation

  • Bi-directional Doppler (8 MHz probe) with blood pressure cuffs (9)

  • PVR, or pulse volume recording, modality Software for full-page reporting and exam storage, with download capability
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    Summit Doppler Vista AVS Specifications

    Display Screen:
  • Size: 5.7 inch, ¼ VGA (320 x 240 dot)
  • Backlight: LED Backlight
  • Type: Transflective Monochrome

  • Device Dimensions:
  • Width: 12 inches
  • Depth: 3.6 inches
  • Height: 10 inches
  • Weight: 4.75 lbs
  • Stand Height: 47 inches

  • Electrical Power:
  • Type: Medical Grade Supply
  • Rated Mains Supply Voltage: 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 1.2A
  • Output: +7V, 5A

  • Battery:
  • Type: 6-cell NiMH pack
  • Rating: 7.2V, 2000 maHr
  • Replacement Part No: B200
  • Battery Life: 3 hours continuous use or minimum of 12 ABI Exams
  • Replacement Interval: 1 year
  • Charge Time: 3 hours

  • Doppler:
  • Doppler Type: Bi-Directional, Continuous-Wave (CW)
  • Audio Bandwidth: >4 KHz
  • Waveform Display: Digital Mean Frequency Estimator; Separate Forward and Reverse Flow Waveforms
  • Available Probe Frequencies: 8.43MHz, 5.5 MHz
  • Displayed Waveform Amplitude Accuracy: +/-10%
  • Speaker Output: > 0.25 W
  • Speaker Type: 2 inch, 5 W
  • Cable length: 6.5 ft
  • Volume Control: Continuously variable with mute

  • Photoplethysmography (PPG) (Optional):
  • Wavelength: 940 nm
  • Artifact Rejection: Synchronous demodulation, AC coupled output
  • Operating Frequency: 1KHz
  • Cable length: 6.5 ft

  • Pressure:
  • Range: 0 – 265 mmHg
  • Accuracy: +/-3 mmHg 0 – 200 mmHg, +/-2% above 200mmHg
  • Bleed Rate: 2.5 mmHg/sec nominal
  • PVR: 0.16 to 12.5 Hz bandwidth, AC Coupled

  • Accessories

    Packages:
  • PPG Package (L450PG):Includes PPG probe & digit cuff
  • AVS Software Package (L450SF): PC download capability

  • Cuffs and Tubing:
  • Cuff (CUF0002): 10 cm
  • Cuff (CUF0003): 12 cm
  • Cuff (CUF0004): 1.9 cm
  • Cuff (CUF0005): 2.5 cm
  • Hose Set (ASY0008)

  • Cables:
  • Doppler (CBL0018)
  • USB (CBL0024): 6 feet

  • Printer Paper:
  • ABI Printer Label Paper (K180): Box of 5 rolls

  • Gel:
  • Ultrasound Gel (G150): 60 g
  • Ultrasound Gel (G155): 250 g

  • Probes:
  • Bi-Directional Probe (SD5B): 5MHz (for L250AB/L250AC)
  • Bi-Directional Probe (SD8B): 8MHz (for L250AB/L250AC)
  • Bi-Directional Probe (SD5V): 5 MHz (for Vista AVS/Vista ABI)
  • Bi-Directional Probe (SD8V): 8 MHz (for Vista AVS/Vista ABI)
  • PPG (SPPG)

  • Battery Pack:
  • Battery (B200): 7.2 V
  • Roll Stand with Basket (K270)
  • Reimbursement

    CPT Code 93922


    • Peripheral arterial waveforms are required for billing
    • This code has an average billing rate of $114 per study
    • This is based on the average Medicare Fee Schedules, CMS Part B Contractors, 2011
    • Check with your Medicare Provider
    • These medical studies must be necessary medically in order to receive reimbursement
    • All Medical Providers need to check with a third-party payer for specific coverage coding