A view in volumetrics and fluid management.
The VolumeView set from Edwards Lifesciences in combination with EV1000 clinical platform enables the display of valuable volumetric parameters in a meaningful way. Delivered via the EV1000 clinical platform's Visual Clinical Support, the VolumeView set is able to offer you a unique, clear, visual depiction of patient physiologic status—including extravascular lung water (EVLW).
Intended for use in monitoring your acutely ill patients, the VolumeView set when used with the EV1000 monitor, provides informative volumetric parameters (EVLW, PVPI, GEDV and GEF) that can be used specifically in the treatment of pulmonary edema, acute lung injury (ALI) or acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The volumetric parameters are provided via transpulmonary thermodilution (TPTD).
The VolumeView set also provides valuable, continuous, calibrated hemodynamic parameters (CO, SV, SVR, and SVV) via a patented Edwards proprietary VolumeView system algorithm. This algorithm provides continuous trending between calibrations of these key hemodynamic parameters based upon shape variables. These parameters can also be calibrated through manual, intermittent transpulmonary thermodilution.
The VolumeView set is comprised of the VolumeView sensor, the VolumeView femoral arterial catheter and the VolumeView thermistor manifold.
|Model||Description||Unit of Measure|
|VLV8R520||VolumeView Set, 5F, 20cm, 84", 1 pack||1|
|VLV8R5205||VolumeView Set, 5F, 20cm, 84", 5 pack||5|
|VLVFC5205||VolumeView femoral catheter kit, 5 pack, 5Fr.||5|
|VLV8R416||VolumeView Set, 4F, 16cm, 84", 1 pack||1|
|VLV8R4165||VolumeView Set, 4F, 16cm, 84", 5 pack||5|
|VLVFC4165||VolumeView femoral catheter kit, 5 pack, 4Fr.||5|
|VLV8R5||VolumeView Sensor, 84", 5 pack, Red cap||5|
|VLVCVT5||VolumeView Thermistor, 5 pack||5|
VolumeView set parameters
The VolumeView set provides a view of volumetric and fluid management parameters. Intended for use in acutely ill patients, including in the monitoring of pulmonary edema, acute lung injury (ALI) or acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).1,2
Critically ill patients often deal with imbalances of oxygen delivery and consumption which can lead to organ dysfunction or possibly death.
- Physical assessment
- Laboratory analysis
- Non-invasive monitoring
- Invasive monitoring
Determining if an imbalance exists and how to best treat it.
- CO - calibrated cardiac output
- SV - calibrated stroke volume
- SVR - systemic vascular resistance
- SVV - stroke volume variation
- SVI - stroke volume index
- EVLW - extravascular lung water
- PVPI - pulmonary vascular permeability index
- GEDV - global end diastolic volume
- GEF - global ejection fraction
Physiologic implications of appropriate resuscitation
This animation discusses the physiologic implications of appropriate fluid resuscitation.
Edwards critical care education
Edwards has been providing science-based education since 1972. We offer a full range of on-line, in-print and on-site programs that are available to your clinicians or staff.
Following are relevant educational tools:
The VolumeView set from Edwards Lifesciences allows the clinician to access the necessary information needed to manage the critically ill patient in the ICU:
- The VolumeView sensor provides continuous and calibrated hemodynamic information.
- The femoral catheter provides volumetric parameters through intermittent transpulmonary thermodilution. The catheter properties and how it is packaged offer optimal conditions for easy and quick insertion.
- The thermistor manifold enables bolus injection (closed system to record injectate temperature and to record start of injection).
View volumetric information in a meaningful way with the VolumeView system from Edwards Lifesciences.
VolumeView set EV1000 clinical platform setup
In-service training video for EV1000 and VolumeView set highlighting how to properly set up VolumeView with the EV1000 clinical platform.
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- Cheatham ML, et al., “Right Ventricular End-diastolic Volume Index as a Predictor of Preload Status in Patients on Positive End-expiratory Pressure”, Critical Care Medicine, 1998;26:1801-1806.
- Kushimoto et al. The clinical usefulness of extravascular lung water and pulmonary vascular permeability index to diagnose and characterize pulmonary edema: a prospective multicenter study on the quantitative differential diagnostic definition for acute lung injury/ acute respiratory distress syndrome. Critical Care. 2012