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The ANX 3.0

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NEW!!! The four documents below are the Advanced Interpretation Guide (and it's appendices) for the ANX 3.0 test. Please click on the document titles below to view each, or click here to download all 4 as a zip package.

Advanced Interpretation Guide
Interpretation (6 Steps)
Possible Therapy Options
Possible Alternative Therapy Options

The ANX 3.0 incorporates ANSAR's unique & patented, real-time heart rate variability technology with simple and efficient test administration.


  • Improved patient care
  • Clinically-proven
  • Reimbursable
  • Cost-effective
  • Safe & non-invasive
  • Real-time
  • Digital
  • Patented
  • FDA 510(k) Market Clearance
  • HRV analysis with respiration
  • Ectopic beat elimination
  • CWT (Continuous Wavelet Transform) signal processing
  • State of the art technology
  • Technician-operated
  • Physician-interpreted


  • Minimal patient preparation
  • Studies performed in 15 minutes in any clinical setting
  • Minimal space requirements
  • Data collected via a standard Lead-II electrode configuration
  • Data, clinic, and analysis reports printed automatically or displayed on screen
  • Simple patient activities: deep breathing, Valsalva, standing
  • Optional tilt table feature
  • Continuous & periodic monitoring available with similar results

The ANX 3.0 is the only system that provides easy, independent tests of both the parasympathetic and sympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system.  Both tests are reimbursable with the two CPT codes 95921 (for parasympathetic testing) and 95922 (for sympathetic testing)


Autonomic nervous system monitoring is recommended for use with diabetic patients and for post-MI risk stratification.* Subject to a physician's review and analysis, the ANX 3.0 can assist clinicians with:

  • Beta-blocker responsiveness
  • Autonomic neuropathy
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
  • Other cardiac conditions
  • Hypertension
  • Peripheral vascular diseases
  • Other circulation problems
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Other neurological conditions
  • Anxiety/stress
  • Other psychological conditions
  • Post-partum dysfunctions
  • Obesity
  • General wellness

* Circulation.(1996) 93: 1043-106;   Neurology.(1996) 46: 873-880

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