Getinge PICCO hemodynamic monitoring solution
The life of a critically ill patient depends on making the right therapeutic decision. To achieve this, trusted information is required, for example a broad set of reliable hemodynamic parameters, to determine the best individual treatment for that patient.
Getinge’s advanced hemodynamic monitoring solution PiCCO is designed to provide a minimally invasive measurement of cardiac output and its determinants (preload, afterload, contractility) as well as the quantification of pulmonary oedema through the measuring of the extravascular lung water index (ELWI)1. By indexing the ELWI to the patient’s predicted body weight, underestimation of lung water, particularly in obese patients, can be avoided.1
PiCCO is a clinically proven tool for hemodynamic assessment and management in a broad range of critically ill patients.1,2 With the combination of intermittent transpulmonary thermodilution and continuous pulse contour analysis, the PiCCO technology provides a complete picture of the hemodynamic situation.1,2,3,4
To allow easy integration into the user’s existing product portfolio, Getinge is partnering with various monitoring companies like GE, Philips, Dräger and Mindray to enable PiCCO haemodynamic monitoring to be implemented seamlessly with the bedside user interface in the hospital.
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