OxyView® PVD is an investigational, wide field imaging system using phosphorescent lifetime technology, to display comprehensive, and quantitative tissue oxygen maps of a diseased limb.

Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) refers to a diverse set of pathologies with the same end effect: restricted blood flow to limbs, resulting in inadequate delivery of oxygen and nutrients to affected tissues, causing a spectrum of pain, non-healing wounds, tissue loss, and tissue death. Peripheral artery disease (PAD), and diabetic angiopathy (DA) are two common causes of PVD, together affecting approximately 8-12 million patients in the US each year.

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PAD often goes undiagnosed, with patients presenting with PAD at an advanced symptomatic stage needing urgent intervention. DA often results in diabetic foot ulcers posing a significant patient morbidity, while being notoriously difficult to treat and adding a cost burden of $1.5 billion annually to the US health system. Existing technologies fall short and provide limited, qualitative information about the extent of disease, or quantitative measures at a single point resulting in sub-optimal care.  

OxyView® PVD is an investigational, wide-field imaging system using phosphorescent lifetime technology, to display comprehensive, and quantitative tissue oxygen maps of a diseased limb. 

OxyView® PVD aims to empower the health care team to better diagnosis, treat, and manage the peripheral vascular disease.

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