EndoPAT™ Testing

EndoPAT™ is a safe, accurate, and non-invasive diagnostic
test used to determine the health of your blood vessels.

Performed just like taking your blood pressure, this 15 minute test assesses the endothelial
function of the blood vessels by measuring the blood flow through your arteries before and after
a blood pressure cuff is applied. The results are available in minutes.

  • Simple, in-office test
  • Non-invasive
  • Quick — 15 minutes
  • Painless
  • No radiation exposure
  • FDA-cleared
  • Highly accurate  & reproducible

The endothelium is the inside lining of your blood vessels. The cells of the endothelium control how your blood vessels dilate or constrict to maintain blood pressure and blood flow throughout your body. Normal endothelial function also protects blood vessels from forming plaque and blockages. When your endothelium is damaged because of high blood sugar, high insulin,

The endothelium is the inside lining of your blood vessels. The cells of the endothelium control how your blood vessels dilate or constrict to maintain blood pressure and blood flow throughout your body. Normal endothelial function also protects blood vessels from forming plaque and blockages. When your endothelium is damaged because of high blood sugar, high insulin, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure, your blood vessels do not dilate normally.

high cholesterol, or high blood pressure, your blood vessels do not dilate normally. This, in turn, puts you at increased risk for heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, poor circulation, gangrene, and other complications. Endothelial dysfunction is damage in progress — the sooner it is diagnosed the quicker and better it can be reversed.

This, in turn, puts you at increased risk for heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, poor circulation, gangrene, and other complications. Endothelial dysfunction is damage in progress — the sooner it is diagnosed the quicker and better it can be reversed.

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