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Published Data Sorted by Clinical Topic for SensiLase System Technologies

Skin Perfusion Pressure and Pulse Volume Recording

 

Utility in Peripheral Arterial Disease Detection

  • Attinger, et al “Angiosomes of the Foot and Ankle and Clinical Implications for Limb Salvage: Reconstruction, Incisions, and Revascularization”; American Society of Plastic Surgeons 117 (Suppl.): 261S, 2006
  • Bailey & Schechter “TcPO2 and SPP Evaluation: A Direct Comparison of Technologies for the Assessment of Wound Healing and Vascular Disease Detection” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; WHS Podium & Poster: WHS#32
  • Castronuovo, et al “Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement is Valuable in the Diagnosis of Critical Limb Ischemia”; Journal of Vascular Surgery 1997; 26:629-637  
  • Castronuovo, et al “Diagnosis of Critical Limb Ischemia with Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurements”; Journal of Vascular Technology 1997; 21(3):175-179
  • Dormandy & Rutherford for the TASC Working Group “Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease. Section D: Chronic Critical Limb Ischaemia”; European Journal Endovascular Surgery 2000 Jun; 19 Suppl A:S144-243
  • Kawarada, et al “Assessment of Macro- and Microcirculation in Contemporary Critical Limb Ischemia” Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2011; online pre-publication July 29; PMID 21805568
  • Kawarada et al “The Effect of Gravity on Foot Circulation in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia” 2010 ACC e-Abstract: 1054-333
  • Kondo, et al “Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure in the Diagnosis of Limb Ischemia in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus and/or Hemodialysis”; International Angiology 2007; 26 (3):258-261
  • Malvezzi, et al “The Correlation between Three Methods of Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement: Radionuclide Washout, Laser Doppler Flow and Photoplethysmography”; Journal of Vascular Surgery 1992; 15:823-30
  • Neville, et al “Revascularization of a Specific Angiosome for Limb Salvage: Does the Target Artery matter?” Annals Vascular Surgery 2009; 23:367-373
  • Schechter & Bailey “TcPO2 and SPP Evaluation: A Direct Comparison of Technologies for the Assessment of Wound Healing and Vascular Disease Detection” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; WHS Podium & Poster: WHS#32
  • Schechter and Bailey “A Comparison of Noninvasive Paired Technologies for the Assessment of Peripheral Arterial Disease” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; Poster #CR-057
  • Shimazaki “Is Estimation of Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure Appropriate During Hemodialysis Enforcement?” Internet Journal of Cardiovascular Research 2009; 6(2); 1-7.
  • Suzuki “How to Diagnose Peripheral Arterial Disease”; Podiatry Today 2007 (4):54-63
  • Suzuki, et al “Keys to Diagnosing Peripheral Arterial Disease”, Podiatry Today 2012; 25(7): 84-92.
  • Utsunomiya, et al “Impact of Wound Blush as an Angiographic End Point of Endovascular Therapy for Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia”, Journal Vascular Surgery 2012; 55:113-21.

 

Utility for Pre/Post Intervention

  • Akahori, et al “Magnitude of the Improvement in Skin Perfusion Pressure is as Important as Skin Perfusion Pressure Immediately Following Intervention for Predicting Limb Salvage in Critical Limb Ischemia”; Abstract ACC 2007 56th Annual Scientific Session (1008-79)
  • Iida, et al “Importance of the Angiosome Concept for Endovascular Therapy in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia” Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2010; 75: 830-6.
  • Iida, et al “The Angiosome Concept: How This Concept is Being Used to Treat Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia” Endovascular Today 2010;9:96-100
  • Iida, et al “Successful Revascularization of at Least a Branch of the Tibial Artery to the Pedal Arch Contributes Limb Salvage in Critical Limb Ischemia”; Abstract; Oral Presentation ACC 2007 56th Annual Scientific Session (1008-78)
  • Iida, et al “Endovascular Therapy for Limb Salvage in a Case of Critical Lower Limb Ischemia Resulting from Fibromuscular Dysplasia”; Journal of Vascular Surgery 2007; 46(4) p 803-7
  • Kawarada, et al “Predictors of Adverse Clinical Outcomes after Successful Infrapopliteal Intervention”, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2012; Mar 16 doi:10, 1002/ccd.24370 (epub ahead of print).
  • Kawarada, et al ″Retrograde Crossing through the Pedal Arch for Totally Occluded Tibial Artery″ Journal of Interventional Cardiology 2008; 21:342-346 
  • Kawarada & Yokoi, ″Dorsalis Pedis Artery Stenting for Limb Salvage″ Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2008; 71:976-982
  • Miyashita, et al “Cilostazol Increases Skin Perfusion Pressure in Severely Ischemic Limbs” 2011 Angiology 62(1): 15-17
  • Suzuki, et al “Low-Frequency Ultrasound Therapy of Lower Extremity Wounds Significantly Increases the Peri-wound Skin Perfusion Pressure” Diabetic Foot Global Conference 2009, Abstract/Poster Presentation
  • Tsuji, et al “Efficacy of Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement in the Surgical Treatment for Critical Limb Ischemia” Japanese Journal of Vascular Surgery 2008; 17:1-6

 

Utility in Optimal Limb Salvage

  • Adera, et al “Prediction of Amputation Wound Healing with Skin Perfusion Pressure”; Journal of Vascular Surgery 1995; 21:823-829
  • Dwars, et al “Criteria for Reliable Selection of the Lowest Level of Amputation in Peripheral Vascular Disease”; Journal of Vascular Surgery 1993; 15 (3): 536-542
  • Kawai, et al “The Role of Skin Perfusion Pressure in the Assessment of Refractory Skin Ulcer” Abstract: Radiation Casualty Medical Center,5th Annual International Symposium, p 13
  • Kawarada, et al “Assessment of Macro- and Microcirculation in Contemporary Critical Limb Ischemia” Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2011; online pre-publication July 29; PMID 21805568
  • Matsuzaki “Minimising Pain and Trauma During Wound Dressing Procedures”, Wounds International 2012; 3(3): 46-50.
  • Suzuki, et al “Skin Perfusion Pressure and Wound Closure Time”  Podium Presentation, 2011, Diabetic Foot Global Conference, Los Angeles, California.
  • Tsuji, et al “Importance of Skin Perfusion Pressure in Treatment of Critical Limb Ischemia” Wounds 2008; 20(4):95–100

 

Utility Vs  Ankle-Brachial Index

  • Andersen, et al “Noninvasive Assessment of Lower Extremity Hemodynamics in Individuals with Diabetes Mellitus” Journal of Vascular Surgery 2010;52:76S-80S.
  • Faglia, et al “Angiographic Evaluation of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease and Its Role as a Prognostic Determinant for Major Amputation in Diabetic Subjects With Foot Ulcers”; Diabetes Care 1998; 21(4):625-630
  • Kawarada, et al “Assessment of Macro- and Microcirculation in Contemporary Critical Limb Ischemia” Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2011; online pre-publication July 29; PMID 21805568
  • Kawarada et al “The Effect of Gravity on Foot Circulation in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia” 2010 ACC e-Abstract: 1054-333
  • Kondo, et al “Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure in the Diagnosis of Limb Ischemia in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus and/or Hemodialysis”; International Angiology 2007; 26 (3):258-261
  • Iida, et al “The Angiosome Concept: How This Concept is Being Used to Treat Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia” Endovascular Today 2010; Vol 9:96-100
  • Miyashita, et al “Cilostazol Increases Skin Perfusion Pressure in Severely Ischemic Limbs” 2011 Angiology 62(1): 15-17
  • Mustapha, et al “A New Approach to Diagnosing and Treating CLI” Endovascular Today 2010;Vol 9:41-50
  • Okamoto, et al “Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease is More Prevalent in Patients with Hemodialysis: Comparison with the Findings of Multidetector-Row Computed Tomography”; American Journal of Kidney Diseases 2006:48(2):269-276
  • Potier, et al “Ankle-to-brachial Ratio Underestimated the Prevalence of Peripheral Occlusive Disease in Diabetic Patients at High Risk for Arterial Disease” Diabetes Care 2009; Vol 32:4 p.e44
  • Schechter and Bailey “A Comparison of Noninvasive Paired Technologies for the Assessment of Peripheral Arterial Disease” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; Poster #CR-057
  • Shimazaki, et al “Assessment of Lower Limb Ischemia with Measurement of Skin Perfusion Pressure in Patients on Hemodialysis”; Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis 2007; 11(3): 196-201
  • Stein, et al “Limitation of the Resting Ankle-Brachial Index in Symptomatic Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease” Vascular Medicine 2006; 11:29-33
  • Williams, et al “An Evaluation of the Efficacy of Methods Used in Screening for Lower-Limb Arterial Disease in Diabetes” Diabetes Care 2005; 28(9):2206–2210
  • Yamada, et al “Clinical Reliability and Utility of Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement in Ischemic Limbs - Comparison with Other Noninvasive Diagnostic Methods” Journal of Vascular Surgery 2008; 47:318-323


Utility Vs. Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitoring

  • Bailey & Schechter “TcPO2 and SPP Evaluation: A Direct Comparison of Technologies for the Assessment of Wound Healing and Vascular Disease Detection” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; WHS Podium & Poster: WHS#32
  • Castronuovo “The Role of Skin Perfusion Pressure and Transcutaneous Partial Pressure Oxygen Measurements in Chronic Critical Limb Ischemia”; Mansour, MA and Labropoulos, N. 2005; Vascular Diagnosis, Chapter 23, pp. 247-255. 1st edition. Elsevier Saunders
  • Faglia, et al “Angiographic Evaluation of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease and Its Role as a Prognostic Determinant for Major Amputation in Diabetic Subjects With Foot Ulcers”; Diabetes Care 1998; 21(4):625-630
  • Kondo, et al “Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure in the Diagnosis of Limb Ischemia in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus and/or Hemodialysis”; International Angiology 2007; 26 (3):258-261
  • Lo, et al “Prediction of Wound Healing Outcome in 100 Patients Using Skin Perfusion Pressure and Transcutaneous PO2” Wounds 2009; 21(11):310-316
  • Okamoto, et al “Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease is More Prevalent in Patients with Hemodialysis: Comparison with the Findings of Multidetector-Row Computed Tomography”; American Journal of Kidney Diseases 2006:48(2):269-276
  • Tsuji, et al “Importance of Skin Perfusion Pressure in Treatment of Critical Limb Ischemia” Wounds 2008; 20(4):95–100
  • Yamada, et al “Clinical Reliability and Utility of Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement in Ischemic Limbs - Comparison with Other Noninvasive Diagnostic Methods” Journal of Vascular Surgery 2008; 47:318-323

 

Utility Vs. Toe-Brachial Index

  • Okamoto, et al “Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease is More Prevalent in Patients with Hemodialysis: Comparison with the Findings of Multidetector-Row Computed Tomography”; American Journal of Kidney Diseases 2006:48(2):269-276
  • Tsai, et al “Skin Perfusion Pressure of the Foot is Good Substitute for Toe Pressure in the Assessment of Limb Ischemia” Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 32(1):32-36
  • Williams, et al “An Evaluation of the Efficacy of Methods Used in Screening for Lower-Limb Arterial Disease in Diabetes” Diabetes Care 2005; 28(9):2206–2210
  • Yamada, et al “Clinical Reliability and Utility of Skin Perfusion Pressure Measurement in Ischemic Limbs - Comparison with Other Noninvasive Diagnostic Methods” Journal of Vascular Surgery 2008; 47:318-323

 

Utility in Early, Accurate Prediction of Wound Healing

  • Bailey & Schechter “A Time-Motion Study of Paired Technologies Evaluating for Wound Healing Potential” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009/ Poster # CR-044
  • Bailey & Schechter “TcPO2 and SPP Evaluation: A Direct Comparison of Technologies for the Assessment of Wound Healing and Vascular Disease Detection” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; WHS Podium & Poster: WHS#32
  • Bailey & Schechter “Clinical Utility Evaluation in Lower Extremity Wound Healing Prediction” Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society ASM, 2008; Poster #67
  • Harrington, et al “A Cost Analysis of Diabetic Lower-Extremity Ulcers”; Diabetes Care 2000; 23(9):1333-1338
  • Jones, et al “Chronic Wounds: Factors Influencing Healing within 3 Months and Nonhealing After 5-6 Months of Care” Wounds 2008; 20 (1):51-63
  • Schechter & Bailey “TcPO2 and SPP Evaluation: A Direct Comparison of Technologies for the Assessment of Wound Healing and Vascular Disease Detection” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society 2009; WHS Podium & Poster: WHS#32
  • Schechter and Bailey “Combined Non-invasive Vascular Testing Methodologies Evaluating Cost Effectiveness in the Wound Care Setting”; Abstract/Poster Presentation Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society ASM, 2008
  • Suzuki, et al “Skin Perfusion Pressure and Wound Closure Time”  Podium Presentation, 2011, Diabetic Foot Global Conference, Los Angeles, California.

 

Utility in Upper Limbs

  • Kanetaka, et al “Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure in the Assessment of Raynauds Phenomenon” European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery  2004; 27: 414-416
  • Yanagisawa, et al “Haemodynamic Changes in the Fingers After Free Radial Forearm Flap Transfer: a Prospective Study Using SPP” Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery  2010; 63(3): 543-43 
  • Kawarada, et al “Angioplasty of Ulnar or Radial Arteries to Treat Critical Hand Ischemia: Use of 3- and 4-French Systems. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2010; 76:345-350
  • Kanai et al Assessment of Distal Upper Limb Circulation in Hemodialysis Patients with Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure; Influence Of Cardiovascular Disease JASN Abstracts 2009, Poster Session: Dialysis: Hemodialysis/Vascular Access: Fistulas and Grafts (10:00 AM-12:00 PM) Poster Board Number: F-PO1587
  • Kanai et al“Assessment of Distal Upper Limb Circulation in Hemodialysis Patients with Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure; Influence Of Vascular Access” Abstracts from the World Congress of Nephrology, May 22-26 2009, Milan, Italy
  • Kanai et al “Cardio-Vascular Disease Affects Upper Limb Circulation In Hemodialysis Subjects; Assessment With Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure” Abstracts from the 48th ERA-EDTA Congress, June 23-26 2011, Prague, Czech Republic