Inpatient Hemodynamic Monitoring
Guides Care Protocols to Improve Outcomes

Demonstrated in over 30 clinical trials

  • 50%

    reduction in complications1,2

  • 1-2 days

    shorter ICU length of stay1,2

Circulatory shock, often diagnosed as hypotension, is a primary cause of complications in the OR and in the ICU. When this happens, clinicians have 1-2 minutes to prevent damage to vital organs.

Timely intervention with hemodynamic-guided therapy is critical to ensure sufficient oxygen delivery and preserve end organ function.

  • Cardiac

  • Neurovascular

  • Renal

Clinical Reality 1:
A Balancing Act with Limited Data & Time

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    When a patient goes into circulatory shock…

    every second counts

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    With limited data and time…

    A therapy is chosen

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    First line therapy can fail up to 70%3

    Patient Stabilizes

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    Complications May Occur

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Complications can increase hospital readmissions by 3 to 4x
and decreases quality of life while increasing mortality rates.4,5

Clinical Reality 2:
Not All Monitors Are Created Equal

Other monitors can be limited by:

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    Costly proprietary consumables

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    Inaccuracy of
    single beat analysis

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    set up time

  1. Hamilton MA, et al. Anesth Analg. 2011;112-1392-402.
  2. Giglio, M, et al. Crit Care 2019;23, 232.
  3. Internal market research (Feb 2021). On file.
  4. Shah M. Circulation: Heart Failure. 2018;11.
  5. Sweeney JF. Postoperative Complications and Hospital Readmissions in Surgical Patients. Ann Surg. 2013 Jul; 258(1): 19–20.

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