Flow, pump and resistance are all important components of pressure

Learn how to get the whole picture and guide your interventions to optimize cardiac performance and BP

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ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH BP AS YOUR ONLY HEMODYNAMIC VALUE?

BP= CO X SVR          CO= SV X HR

FLOW

PUMP

RESISTANCE

PRELOAD CONTRACTILITY AFTERLOAD
SV/EVENT RESPONSE MEASURE CO/CI MEASURE SVR

Possible interventions:

Possible interventions: Possible interventions:
ADD FLUID:
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INOPRESSORS:
Norepinephrine, Epinephrine,
Dopamine
VASOPRESSORS:
Phenyepherine, Vasopressin
REMOVE FLUID:
Furosemide, CRRT
INODILATORS:
Dobutamine, Milrinone
VASODILATORS:
Nitroglycerin, Sodium Nitroprusside

LiDCO hemodynamic monitoring can give you the whole picture and guide your interventions to optimize cardiac performance and BP.

 

monitorHEMODYNAMIC PARAMETERS

• Stroke Volume (SV & SI)
• Cardiac Output (CO & CI)
• Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR & SVRI)
• Continuous trends of Blood Pressure (Systolic, Diastolic, Mean)
• Stroke Volume Variation & Pulse Pressure Variation (SVV & PPV)
• Event Response (% change after an intervention)
• Heart Rate (HR) and Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

 

MINIMALLY INVASIVE

  • True plug and play from existing arterial line
  • No need for specialized transducer
  • Reliable trending in the presence of vasoactive drugs
  • Uses PulseCO, a unique Pulse
  • Power algorithm, superior to pulse contour
  • Extensive validation and outcome literature across multiple clinical care areas
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NON INVASIVE

  • Continuous NiBP
  • Dual finger cuffs for increased patient safety
  • Initial calibration to a measured brachial pressure for accuracy
  • No disposables or associated incremental costs
  • Quick easy setup with no need for skin prep
  • Not affected by diathermy

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