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Noninvasive, Continuous Hemodynamic Monitoring
ccNexfin System
A great number of surgical patients, many of whom are at risk of hemodynamic instability, did not have the option to benefit from hemodynamic optimization using advanced hemodynamic parameters. ccNexfin system offers noninvasive advanced hemodynamic monitoring and guidance for optimization strategies, preventing unnecessary complications that affect quality of care while minimizing healthcare costs.1-6

  The ccNexfin System
A noninvasive hemodynamic monitor which provides real-time, beat-to-beat information on cardiac output (CO), blood pressure (BP), and other hemodynamic parameters. Backed by over 30 years of research and development on noninvasive cardiac output and hemodynamic monitoring technology, ccNexfin system has been validated in a number of studies.5,6,9,10
Delivering clarity in every moment.

Providing More Clarity in More Patients
ccNexfin system offers the advanced physiological parameters that are necessary to help clinicians with the early detection of hemodynamic deterioration and for hemodynamic management. It is suited for surgical patients who are at risk of developing hemodynamic instability, or who may benefit from perioperative hemodynamic optimization.
What patients may benefit?
  Immediate and Reliable Hemodynamic Picture
Helping to advance the care of the critically ill for 40 years, Edwards Lifesciences seeks to provide the valuable information you need, the moment you need it. Through continuing collaboration with you, ongoing education and our never-ending quest for advancement, our goal is to deliver clarity in every moment.



References:
1.  Truijen J, et al. Noninvasive continuous hemodynamic monitoring. The Author(s) 2012
2.  Nowak R. et al. Noninvasive continuous or intermittent blood pressure and heart rate patient monitoring in the ED. American Journal of  Emergency Medicine (2011)
3.  Chen G, et al. Impact of non invasive and beat-to-beat arterial pressure monitoring on intraoperative hemodynamic management. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012
4.  Chen G, et al. Comparison of noninvasive cardiac output measurements using the Nexfin monitoring device and the esophageal Doppler. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia (2012) 24, 275–283
5.  Bogert L.W.J., et al. Pulse contour cardiac output derived from non-invasive arterial pressure in cardiovascular disease. Anesthesia. 2010
6.  Broch O, et al. A comparison of the Nexfin and transcardiopulmonary thermodilution to estimate cardiac output during coronary artery surgery. Anesthesia. 2010
7.  Akkermans J, et al. Continuous Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitoring, a Validation Study of Nexfin in a Pregnant Population. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 28:230–242, 2009
8.  Maguire S, et al. Respiratory Variation in Pulse Pressure and Plethysmographic Waveforms: Intraoperative Applicability in a North American Academic Center. Anesthesia & Analgesia 2011;112:94 –6
9.  Eeftinck Schattenkerk D, et al. Nexfin Noninvasive Continuous Blood Pressure Validated Against Riva-Rocci/Korotkoff. American Journal of Hypertension. 2009; 22(4): 378-383.
10.  Martina J.R, et al. Noninvasive continuous arterial blood pressure monitoring with Nexfin. Anesthesiology. 2012; 116:000-000
CAUTION: Federal (United States) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. See instructions for use for full prescribing information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and adverse events.