Hemodynamic monitoring is crucial in surgical and critically ill patients to identify the cardiovascular and pathophysiological status of a patient and allow the operators to choose the most appropriate therapy (e.g. vasopressor, fluid, or inotropic drugs).
The variables provided by standard monitoring procedure in operating theatres and intensive care units are often not sufficiently sensitive to drive treatment protocols. Additional and predictive hemodynamic variables allow pre-emptive therapy to be initiated early, before a deterioration of clinical conditions can occur (e.g. detection of low output state or hypovolemia).
With no need for external calibration or anthropometric normalisation, MostCareUp is reliably used on any patient who requires constant or occasional hemodynamic monitoring.
Find below few examples of typical protocols including monitoring to guide patients’ therapy.