Extensive research and development efforts over recent years have resulted in a new technology called PhysioFlow®. PhysioFlow® covers a range of medical devices designed to perform continuous non-invasive measurements of cardiac output.
Cardiac output, associated with stroke volume, contractility index of the left ventricle, is one of the most important of physiological data. It is the volume of blood circulating in the vessels and pumped by the heart. It is used as a diagnosis and monitoring criterion in critical care units, and is of major importance during exercise tests and drug therapy follow-up.
Patented Signal Morphology-based Impedance Cardiology (SM-ICG™)
Excels in existing ICG applications
Extends ICG monitoring to new applications
Economical to buy & operate with rapid ROI
Quick user learning curve
Leverages existing Windows computer investments
Simple, industry-standard RS-232 integration to computers & systems
Utilizes attached PC printers for documentation
Produces continuous hemodynamic waveforms, a new Hemodynamic Cross display & a variety of cardiovascular reports
Enduro is a portable, battery powered, noninvasive cardiac output device that was designed primarily to be used while a subject or patient is exercising. Enduro is unique in that it is the only device that can reliably and repeatedly provide cardiac output during exercise.
A fundamental characteristic of patients with chronic heart failure is an impaired ability to increase cardiac output appropriately with exercise. Many patients are able to improve cardiac output after interventions; cardiac resynchronization therapy and exercise training are directly correlated with this. Quantifying cardiac output can therefore provide important information about these and other interventions. Recent studies have also demonstrated that this information is valuable in predicting outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease.