simpleABI vs. QuantaFlo

Why choose the simpleABI Systems over the QuantaFlo?


  • With simpleABI Systems, both testing and reporting can be done in an average of 8 minutes.
    • Direct connectivity and save capability into EMR or PACS systems
    • Simply click ‘Save’ and you’re finished – no secondary operations!
  • For ultra fast testing, simplePVR testing can be done in 1-2 minutes.

Dual Ankle Pressures

  • All simpleABI systems follow the 2016 AHA/ACC Guidelines to obtain pressures at both Dorsalis Pedis and Posterior Tibial using a Doppler Device.
  • All simpleABI systems follow CPT terminology to obtain both Dorsalis Pedis and Posterior Tibial ankle pressures.

Knowledge & Support

  • Newman Medical has been diagnosing Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) for over 40 years.
  • Starting with some of the world’s first Dopplers and Vascular System with Imex Medical Systems, we’ve been manufacturing diagnostic equipment from the beginning

Additional Information

  • FloChec FDA 510(k) clearly states the device “is not intended to diagnose disease”.
  • QuantaFlo FDA 510(k) uses the FloChec as the predicate device for FDA clearance.
  • CPT 93922 and 93923 REQUIRE a pressure be taken at BOTH of the posterior tibial AND the anterior tibial/dorsalis pedis. A pressure must be obtained from both arteries.
    • A single PPG sensor on a digit cannot biologically separate the ankle arteries.
    • Photoplethysmograph (PPG sensors) do not meet the REQUIREMENT of those 2 CPT codes. You can clearly see on sample reports both arteries are not reported.
    • CPT 93922
    • CPT 93923