Bringing clarity to mechanical circulatory support
Recent debate regarding the IABP has centered on the discrepant results obtained from randomised, controlled trials (RCTs), versus the benefits observed by clinicians in decades of clinical practice.
This series of educational programs reviews the physiological principles behind current circulatory support therapies.
The CS300 can be used with:
- Getinge fibre-optic IAB catheters
- Conventional fluid-filled IAB catheter
Designed for Faster Time to Therapy
- Aims for faster inflation and deflation speed
- CS300 has true one-button start-up
- Automatically calibrates the fibre-optic pressure sensor in the patient and recalibrates every 2 hours or sooner should patient or environmental conditions change
- Automatically evaluates and selects the best lead and trigger source
- Automatically sets optimal timing
- Automatically adjusts to changes in patient conditions without clinician intervention
Fibre-optic Pressure Signal Transmission
An electrically isolated, low-level pressure output from the CS300 enables clinicians to send the fibre-optic arterial pressure waveform directly to a patient monitor by simply attaching an appropriate cable.
Unique Automatic In Vivo Calibration
Getinge has the only fibre-optic IABP and catheter system that automatically calibrates in the patient after insertion and automatically recalibrates in vivo every two hours or sooner should patient or environmental conditions change.
Designed for faster time to therapy, ongoing consistency and accuracy of the arterial blood pressure waveform, and improved ease of use.
- Designed for fast, one-button start-up and delivery of therapy
- Aimed for consistent support for patients with PVC's and arrhythmias
- Designed for fast Pneumatics
Critical Care Unit
- Aimed for time saving – Automatically trouble-shoots and adapts
- Designed for easier patient management
- Standardisation of patient therapy
- Eliminates alarms due to ESU noise
- Aimed for reduced need for user intervention