Hemodynamic Management / Vygon

Advanced training @SimulARTI


Training the trainers

Join us at our Advanced MostCareUp Training
2019, July 4th – Padova, Italy


Continuous cardiac output (CO) monitoring has been proved to be of primary importance in high-risk surgery and critically ill patients1. The appropriate measurement and interpretation of advanced hemodynamic variables may help guide therapeutic interventions, which in turn can improve patient outcomes. Anyhow, to improve patient management and outcome, the clinician must understand the advantages and the limitations of the tools and parameters used during perioperative care2.
Among the Pulse Contour Methods (PCM), MostCareUp is the only monitor able to follow in real time and from beat to beat even the slightest hemodynamic variations in the patient. The sophisticated algorithm based on the patented method (PRAM) evaluates the Cardiac Output and many other hemodynamic variables without any prior calibration.
Advanced training about the most appropriate interpretation and use of the information provided by the monitor is one of the first steps to reduce the risk of complications and support the best clinical practice.

Teaching methods

The course consists of a theoretical part in the classroom and two practical parts: macrosimulation and exercises in operating room/intensive care. This will allow the interaction between the participants and the group of experts trainers and tutors, by dealing first-hand realistic and real clinical scenarios, including the monitoring of severe cases like those treated in the intensive care environment.
A session of collective debriefing will enable participants to discuss the practical activities carried out during the course

  1. Scolletta S et al. Comparison Between Doppler-Echocardiography and Uncalibrated Pulse Contour Method for Cardiac Output Measurement: A Multicenter Observational Study. Crit Care Med. 2016 Apr 19.
  2. Vincent JL et al. Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients: a consensus of 12. Crit Care 2015; 19:224.

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