Step 1: Build your hemodynamic monitor

Standard monitor

Minimally-Invasive hemodynamic monitoring

Each LiDCO monitor comes with minimally-invasive monitoring as standard making use of an existing arterial line to measure blood volume.

The LiDCO hemodynamic monitor is used to monitor the amount of blood flowing around the body and ensure that vital organs are adequately oxygenated through the titration of fluid and drug management.

Clinical evidence shows that optimizing the hemodynamic status of high-risk patients produces better outcomes and reduced hospital stay.

Hemodynamic parameters

  • Cardiac Output (CO);
  • Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR);
  • Stroke Volume Variation (SVV);
  • Long-term trend of pressure (MAP, Systolic and Diastolic);
  • Stroke Volume (SV);
  • Heart Rate (HR).

Key features

  • Very easy to set up and use;
  • Designed to be used to help prevent complications in high-risk surgery;
  • Designed to be used for early use in sepsis;
  • You can see why the blood pressure had changed, which helps with important clinician decisions;
  • The monitor shows the parameters that help to decide when to start and stop giving fluid.
How it works

Add optional

Continuous Non-Invasive Monitoring

Adding the LiDCO continuous non-invasive arterial pressure (CNAP™) module provides continuous cardiac output non-invasively, without the requirement for an arterial line.

The CNAP™ dual finger cuffs provide a continuous, non-invasive pressure that is then analyzed by the validated PulseCO™ algorithm to derive beat-to-beat hemodynamic data.

Hemodynamic parameters

  • Cardiac Output (CO);
  • Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR);
  • Stroke Volume Variation (SVV);
  • Long-term trend of pressure (MAP, Systolic and Diastolic)
  • Stroke Volume (SV);
  • Heart Rate (HR).

Key Features

  • Safe and easy to use, allowing for effective hemodynamic management of all surgery types;
  • The device allows for monitoring prior to induction as well as throughout surgery. This enables immediate fluid and drug management and the setting of hemodynamic baselines;
  • CNAP™ is used with the PulseCO™ pulse power algorithm which reliably tracks hemodynamic change in the presence of inotropes and vasoactive drugs;
  • The CNAP™ dual finger cuff system is scaled to the brachial artery with an arm cuff to provide a reliable continuous absolute value for blood pressure;
  • SVV, PPV, HR and change in SV will be comparable to those derived from an invasive arterial line.
How it works
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Unlimited usage plan
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Per patient plan
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Custom plan