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Overview – Vascular Lab in a Box” ver. 4.00

“Integrated diagnostic device for arterial stiffness

CardioVision ® MS-2000 automatically calculates Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) by measuring the blood pressure in the extremities with an oscillometric method. By measuring Arterial Stiffness Index (ASI) simultaneously with ABI, the condition of the arterial vessels can be diagnosed with higher accuracy.

ABI Measurement

Wrap cuffs around all extremities of the patient, and measure the blood pressure in each extremity in the siting position. Each measurement will be completed in approximately 9 minutes, and ABI will be calculated automatically after measurements.

Measurement item
  • ABI (upper-lower extremity blood pressure ratio)
  • Arterial stiffness index (ASI)
  • Systolic blood pressure
  • Diastolic blood pressure
  • Pulse pressure
  • Pulse rate

ASI Measurement

ASI is measured simultaneously with ABI. After measurements, ASI will be automatically calculated along with blood pressure.
CardioVision ® MS-2000 is also provided with Software Ver. 3.35, is designed specifically for measuring ASI in the sitting position. There are various software available in accord with the measurement needs. → For more information on Software Ver. 3.35
To CardioVision® MS-2000 , it was dedicated to the sitting position ASI measurement Software Ver. 3.35
It is also available . According to the measurement needs , it can be supplied Software.

Overview – “Vascular Lab in a Box” ver. 3.35

Integrated diagnostic device for arterial stiffness

CardioVision ® MS-2000, in the very same manner as the standard method for blood pressure measurement, measures blood pressure through a cuff wrapped around the upper arm. After measurements are taken, Arterial Stiffness Index (ASI) will be displayed with blood pressure. CardioVision ® MS-2000 can also measure Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) using the ankle cuff after measurements on the upper arm. Moreover, by entering lipid profile, Framingham Risk can be determined, which is useful in controlling lifestyle-related diseases and advising patients.

ASI Measurement

Arterial Stiffness Index (ASI) blood pressure is calculated on the upper arm. ASI can be measured while the patient is in the siting position, and a single measurement takes approximately 1 minute to be completed.
The print out report of the measurements will include various types of comments and may be used for health fairs and other related events for the general public.

Measurement item
  • Arterial Stiffness Index (ASI)
  • Systolic Blood Pressure
  • Diastolic Blood Pressure
  • Pulse Pressure
  • Pulse Rate
  • Classification of Cardiovascular Condition

ASI Measurement

ABI can be measured after ASI measurements. Wrap cuffs around all extremities of the patient, and measurements may be taken in the supine position.

Measurement item
  • Systolic Blood Pressure (upper and lower extremities)
  • ABI (upper-lower extremity blood pressure ratio)

Framingham Risk Analysis

By entering lipid profile after ASI measurements, Framingham Risk (a patient’s 10-year risk of developing cardiovascular disease) can be determined, which helps in counseling patients on lifestyle-related diseases.
Software Version 4.00

Print Report

ABI Measurement Report

ASI Measurement Report


Primary Specifications

Class II , Type BF
(Width)18.0 (Depth)21.3 (Height)8.0cm
Approx. 1.0kg
AC100-240V 50/60Hz, 10VA
20 – 280mmHg
40 – 200bpm

Measurement rangeMeasurement accuracy

Operating Environment

CardioVision ® MS-2000 requires a personal computer with an operating device that is Windows Vista or later OS versions.


100% compatible PC/AT computer
A CPU recommended by each OS
A RAM capacity recommended by each OS
Only the program’s available capacity exceeds 12MB (The required HDD may vary in available data capacity due to measurement, as HDD’s overall available capacity must exceed 10%)



Windows Vista, 7, 8

Supporting OS