Hermodynamic Procedures/PCI

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An invasive hemodynamic monitoring system is a medical device that continuously monitors blood circulation and other vital signs to ensure patient safety during surgery and anesthesia. The data obtained is used by the anesthetist to correct anesthesia.

What parameters does the hemodynamic system monitor?

The invasive hemodynamic monitoring system monitors the following vital signs:

  • mean arterial pressure MAP and pulmonary artery pressure;
  • central venous pressure in the right ventricle;
  • wedge pressure in the lung capillaries;
  • oxygen saturation of venous blood with SvO2;
  • cardiac output CO;
  • ventricular blows;
  • DO2 oxygenation;
  • oxygen consumption per minute.

Components of an invasive hemodynamic monitoring system

Invasive hemodynamic monitoring systems may vary slightly in configuration, but this medical device has several mandatory components:

  • catheter;
  • elongated fluid-filled tubes for transmitting pressure fluctuations;
  • apparatus for continuous or intermittent flushing of tubes, sensor and catheters;
  • separate three-way / two-way valves;
  • blood sampling and drug delivery devices;
  • pressure sensor connected to the monitor cable;
  • monitor that converts an analogue signal to a digital pressure value.

Furnishing an anesthesiologist's workplace

AbMedical supplies equipment for the anesthesiologist-resuscitator's workplace, ready-to-use equipment for operating theaters, functional diagnostic rooms, etc. Integrated cabinet solutions; the list of equipment in the doctor's office complies with the standard for the equipment of a functional diagnostics office.