The most complete non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring solution

Over the past 10 years we have developed a number of breakthrough technologies in order to provide integrated, noninvasive, cardiac and cerebral hemodynamic monitoring solutions. All of our product development targets to overcome the technical hurdles or limitations of the existing methods, and provide solutions to unmet critical clinical needs.

Our unique approach focuses not only on the arterial side but the venous return back to the heart. With our technology, clinicians can achieve a complete noninvasive hemodynamic profile in a matter of minutes. 

Central venous pressure,

Jugular venous oxygenation,

Cardiac output,

Depth resolved cerebral tissue oxygenation with cerebral blood volume index and,

Beat by beat blood pressure and SpO2.

We offer the world's most comprehensive noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring solution which includes: 

Technology Overview

NeurOs Cerebral Oximetry

First and only depth resolved cerebral oximeter which is capable of differentiating the oxygen saturation (StO2) of the cerebral tissue from scalp & skull with blood Volume Index (BVI) which correlates closely with the blood vessel dilation/opening or constriction/collapsing.

VENUS 2000 CVP

Central venous pressure (CVP) value (in millimeters of mercury, mmHg, or centimeters of water, cmH2O), trending central venous pressure (CVPTrend) value,  and a plethysmographic waveform using non-invasive near-infrared and proprietary signal-processing technologies.

VO 100 Jugular Venous Oximetry

Venous blood oxygenation from the external or internal jugular vein (SjvO2) value (in percentage, %), Blood Volume Index (BVI) which correlates closely with blood vessel dilation/opening or constriction/collapsing, and plethysmographic waveform using non-invasive near infrared and proprietary signal-processing technologies

VenArt Cardiac Output

Venous (SjvO2) and arterial oxygen (SpO2) saturation used to derive a beat by beat Fick's Principle Calculation for Cardiac Output (CO) and Stroke Volume (SV).  

 

Key Clinical Applications

Chronic Disease Management - 

Renal and Heart Failure Outpatient Monitoring

Early detection of venous congestion

Emergency Room -

Sepsis and Heart Failure Management 

Fluid challenge responsiveness, fluid overload, and tissue reperfusion

Intensive Care - 

Cardiac and Neuro Function Management 

Fluid challenge protocols, cardiac and cerebral blood volume and saturation management

Operating Room -

Cardiac, Vascular, and Neuro Surgery

Cerebral and jugular venous oxygen saturation, and blood volume