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Advanced Monitoring Parameter

Advanced Monitoring Parameters

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Hemodynamic insights present valuable knowledge for physicians.
In the OR, patients undergoing surgeries always benefit from close vigilance. Optimal perioperative fluid administration is the key for a successful recovery.
In the ICU, the life of critically ill patient depends on the right decision for the next therapeutic step.

Find detailed information in the table below about all significant invasive and non-invasive advanced hemodynamic monitoring parameters, their normal values and correct uses.

 

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NICCI
ProAQT
PiCCO
CeVOX
LiMON

Invasiveness

Noninvasive

Minimally invasive
Arterial line

Less invasive
Arterial catheter

 

 

Pulse contour analysis (continuous)

Chronotropy

PR

HR

HR

 

 

Blood Pressure

APsys, APdia, MAP

APsys, APdia, MAP

APsys, APdia, MAP

 

 

Flow

CITrend/Cal**, SVI

CITrend/Cal**, SVI

CIPC*, SVI

 

 

Contractility

dPmx, CPI

dPmx, CPI

dPmx, CPI

 

 

Afterload

SVRI

SVRI

SVRI

 

 

Volume responsiveness

SVV/PPV

SVV/PPV

SVV/PPV

 

 

Thermodilution (discontinuous)

Flow

 

 

CITD***

 

 

Preload

 

 

GEDI

 

 

Contractility

 

 

CFI, GEF

 

 

Pulmonary edema

 

 

ELWI, PVPI

 

 

Oximetry

Oxygen saturation

 

 

 

ScvO₂

 

ICG eliminiation

Liver function

 

 

 

 

PDR, R15

Getinge is a medical device manufacturer and does not practice medicine. Getinge does not recommend these values for use on a specific patient.

* Cardiac index derived from pulse contour
** Calibrated from internal or external reference value
*** Cardiac index derived from thermodilution

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