Limb Volumes Professional

Limb Volumes ProfessionalSoftware to automatically calculate, track, document and report limb volume changes in persons treated for limb edema and lymphedema. The software was "field-tested" by experienced therapists and nurses; it got rave reviews. Also, feedback from referring physicians and other health care providers has indicated that the printed/graphic reports of their patients progress has been extremely useful. They have recommended its use as a "gold-standard" for therapy progress documentation. LVP is the most widely used software for clinical and research-related edema and lymphedema volume assessments world wide. The NEWEST version (LVP6.0) has MANY added and upgraded capabilities in addition to the already extensive features of LVP5.0. Some of the major features include the following. Ability to specify circumference measuring sites using any spacing along the limb including fixed segments or variable spacing. Ability to additionally compare proximal and distal limb sequential changes using any proximal-distal boundary. Option to automatically determine and report body mass index (BMI) and body surface area (BSA) and to easily incorporate scientifically validated hand and foot volumes as part of the overall limb volume assessment. In addition it is now possible to record, track and document biophysical measurements such as limb bioimpedance and tissue dielectric constant as indices of edema and lymphedema development and outcome assessments. It is also now possible to automatically generate individual visit summaries and comment forms suitable for documentation and reporting. This feature is in addition to the overall capability to provided trend summaries and graphics for limb volume and edema changes and other biophysical parameters you measure now or in future.
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