Várady's 39th International
Workshop for Phlebology,
Lymphology and Angiology
Measurement of hemodynamics
Measurement of venous pressure with Phlebometron
Phebometron is an apparatus which allows to measure venous pressure easily in daily practice. This instrument works according to the well-known principle of the "uscending pipe". By measuring the venous pressure can obtained quantitative statements on the conveying capacity of the venous system of the leg.
The functional doppler test with the flat probe
For many years phlebologic diagnosis cannot be thought of without the Doppler probe. Generally the pen probe is used which is permanently installed on most devices. The test is performed on the resting patient. If the patient moves then the probe cannot be held in the correct position and so valid results are not achieved therefore it is only a static test.
In his life most of the time man is in motion. The flat probe test can be performed while the patient is absolving movement tasks like walking, genuflections or footraising and lowering.