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What is a PVR study?

What is a PVR study?

A PVR study is a noninvasive vascular test in which blood pressure cuffs and a hand-held ultrasound device (called a Doppler or transducer) are used to obtain information about arterial blood flow in the arms and legs. Noninvasive means the procedure does not require the use of needles, dyes, radiation or anesthesia.

What is a pulse volume recording (PVR)?

Pulse Volume Recordings Menu. A PVR study is a noninvasive vascular test in which blood pressure cuffs and a hand-held ultrasound device (called a Doppler or transducer) are used to obtain information about arterial blood flow in the arms and legs.

How is exercise testing done in a PVR?

During the exercise testing PVR, the patient walks on a treadmill to try to reproduce the symptoms he or she has experienced. Then, the blood pressure cuffs are placed on the patient’s arms, legs, thighs, ankles, calves and feet.

How do I update the software for my dgtec product?

New updates available for service issues such as freezing and start up/ recording issues (firmware 2011) are also available from the DGTEC website. Please update software first before replacing hardware… Click on the relevant link below to download the latest software update for your DGTEC product.

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