How to setup minimally invasive monitoring

Quick reference guide for getting started

LiDCO minimally invasive setup guide

using an existing arterial line

How to setup the LiDCO hemodynamic monitor for minimally invasive arterial line monitoiring in a few simple steps.  Read below or watch the YouTube video.

Step 1: Power on the LiDCO monitor

• Connect the power supply (optional)
• Power on using the button underneath the monitor
* when A/C power is not available, the monitors battery can offer 3hrs of operation when fully charged.

power on monitor

Step 2: Connect the LiDCO to the vital signs monitor

Connect to the LiDCOvital sign monitor

• Plug the USB connector into the LiDCO

usb

• Connect to the vital signs monitor’s analogue output port

vital connect gif

Step 3: Select Rapid 

• Select “R” for the LiDCOrapid trend of Hemodynamics from the arterial line trace
• The wedge will turn from blue to green when selected
• Press the white check mark in the center of the wheel to confirm and move forward

rapid wedge

Step 4: Enter patient details

• Enter Pt. ID number, age, height, weight, gender and patient type
• Press the green forward arrow to enter monitoring mode
* If the arrow isn’t green, go back to complete all details

MI patient details

And that's it.. Start monitoring!

Click on the links to find out how to give a fluid challenge and how to setup non invasive hemodynamic monitoring

SV graph data coming in


Troubleshooting: BP Waveform Channel

*if the arterial waveform is not displayed, press BP Channel then Select the channel that does display the ‘arterial line’

BP Channel

 

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