- Nov. 8, 2022
-- Hemodynamic monitoring systems directly measure blood pressure from inside the veins, heart and arteries. They also measure blood flow and oxygen in the blood. In addition, these systems have interfaces to help document diagnostic catheterizations, coronary, peripheral and electrophysiology (EP) procedures. This may include charting, device usage, specific site identification, fractional flow reserve (FFR), sheath exchanges, and automatic timers to record balloon inflation time and pressures applied. The data gathered by the system helps speed workflow by automatically generating reports and auto-fills report fields and billing information. Hemodynamic monitoring combined with oxygen transport assessment has been used to differentiate the relative magnitude of pulmonary and cardiovascular dysfunction that contribute to hypoxemia. All patients admitted to the ICU require standard basic hemodynamic monitoring such as, ECG, heart rate, blood pressure, central venous pressure, temperature, peripheral venous oxygen saturation, blood gas analysis.
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