USCOM 1A: Hemodynamic Monitor

Added Jan 23, 2012

Manufactured by Uscom

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Comment by Francesco Commented Feb 16, 2014

Impact factor: 20

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Definitely much more than a simple tool for monitoring cardiac output. With all the additional hemodynamic parameters that provides, in particular the inotropy index, it\'s a real window on hemodynamics of the patient.

Comment by brendansmith Commented Jan 9, 2014

Impact factor: 54

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As Tina Turner said \"Simply the best!\"

This has been proven in our unit to be the most accurate clinical method for measuring cardiac output. It is TOTALLY non-invasive (i.e. with no sword-swallowing acts!) and has no consumable costs beyond two cents worth of ultrasound gel. Anytime, any place, anywhere, anybody! What else do you want?

Professor Brendan Smith, Australia.

Comment by AsmaKhalil Commented Jan 8, 2014

Impact factor: 22

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Easy to use.

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