At Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center, our priority is providing lasting vascular healthcare solutions. That means not only providing world-class treatment, but also the screening and imaging services necessary to give you peace of mind.
Unlike hospital appointments, our team can get patients in for testing and provide them with results within 48 hours. We offer a complete suite of testing services and can even run a full vascular lab with duplex ultrasound in Rogers that can quickly get the answers you need.
Our Blood Circulation Tests in Rogers
Our artery center offers angiograms, duplex ultrasound, carotid duplex, and ankle-brachial index or ABI tests. These are the most common and valuable arterial vascular tests in the medical field.
We have several noteworthy devices for vascular testing in Rogers, including the OEC Elite C-Arm and Phillips IVUS Ultrasound machine, to name a few.
The OEC Elite C-Arm is a world-renowned surgical X-Ray device that optimizes procedures Dr. Stout performs. The Phillips IVUS ultrasound machine is another gold-standard technology our team uses to analyze the arterial system and aid in placing stents, angioplasties, and more.
What is vascular imaging?
Most folks haven’t had a reason to learn about x-rays and ultrasound devices. Reasonably, this leaves new patients with a lot of misconceptions and questions about vascular imaging technology. If something’s going to peer around inside our bodies, we want to know how it works!
At its most basic level: sonography (ultrasound imaging) is a noninvasive test that helps diagnose and treat medical conditions. It produces pictures of the inside of the body using sound waves. Ultrasound imaging is also. It uses a small probe called a transducer and gel placed directly on the skin. High-frequency sound waves travel through the gel into the body.
A computer uses those sound waves to create an image. Because ultrasound captures images in real-time, it can show the structure and movement of the body’s internal organs and blood flow.
Ankle-Brachial Index Test
The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is a non-invasive screening tool that measures variances in blood pressure. Specifically, it compares the blood pressure in your lower extremities as your heart is beating (systolic blood pressure) with that of your upper body & extremities.
Ankle-brachial test gets its name from the fact it’s easiest to test for that pressure along the ankle. Wide variation between the two numbers is an immediate indication there is some degree of obstruction or weakness in the veins and arteries in your legs.
An angiogram is an X-ray procedure that diagnostically identifies blockages in the arterial system. An angiogram does this using X-rays taken after the injection of a contrast agent (iodine dye) into the bloodstream.
Angiograms are typically performed while you are sedated. The procedure usually lasts 20-25 minutes but can take longer. It will ultimately depend on the complexity of the issue and the resolution of the first round of x-rays.
Expert Screening Providers
Dr. Stout and Dr. Haney are the two leading medical providers here at the Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center. Dr. Stout is the resident vascular surgeon at our facility, and Dr. Haney is our founder and medical director. They have over 50 years of combined experience providing quality vein & artery care to patients across the country.
So, not only is there no one more qualified to perform your blood circulation test in Rogers, there are no medical providers better equipped to care for your vascular health.
Turn to the Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center for a blood circulation test in Rogers!
Come to the Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center. Our experience and growing suite of care options allow us to guide you toward lasting wellness solutions for a happier, healthier life.
We are a premier practice in Northwest Arkansas for all the highest-quality vascular treatments available. Dr. Haney, Dr. Stout, and the expert staff have over 75 years of combined experience in the industry. Patients come to us from across the country—from Fayetteville & Bentonville to Houston, Texas, & Springfield, Missouri—to ensure they receive the best concierge-level care.
After all, helping people is what we do. And it is our mission to provide the people of Arkansas and beyond with the absolute best care possible.
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