A noninvasive solution that enables clinical decision support to help optimize patient perfusion

The ClearSight system provides continuous blood pressure and advanced hemodynamic parameters from a noninvasive finger cuff.

Continuous data offered by the ClearSight system enables you to proactively optimize perfusion through hemodynamic management.

Advanced hemodynamic monitoring, simplified

Proactive decision support for individualized patient care

Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring offered by the ClearSight system provides information to enable you to make proactive clinical decisions across the continuum of care, including moderate- to high-risk surgery patients, and can be utilized to manage your patients’ changing clinical situations in the hospital environment.

Continuous noninvasive monitoring

Continuous noninvasive blood pressure (BP) from a noninvasive finger cuff in addition to key advanced hemodynamic parameters:

  • Cardiac Output (CO)
  • Stroke Volume (SV)
  • Stroke Volume Variation (SVV)
  • Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR)
  • Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)

Extend the benefits of hemodynamic monitoring

The ClearSight system gives you noninvasive access to automatically calculated, beat-to-beat hemodynamic information for a broader patient population, including patients in whom an arterial line would not be typically be placed.1

Physio-Relationship Screen

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HemoSphere advanced monitor

A versatile approach to continuous monitoring

The ClearSight system connects to your patient’s finger. Upon starting a measurement, the finger cuff can be used and re-applied for up to 72 hours on one patient. After 8 hours of continuous monitoring on a single finger, the finger cuff should be re-applied to another finger. To increase comfort, two ClearSight finger cuffs may be connected simultaneously to alternate the measurement between two fingers. This allows uninterrupted continuous monitoring up to 72 hours.

Now available on HemoSphere advanced monitoring platform

HemoSphere advanced monitoring platform provides a comprehensive view of hemodynamics and tissue oximetry, giving you confidence in knowing continuous oxygen saturation and perfusion for your patient. Full-range compatibility with noninvasive, minimally-invasive and catheter solutions allow you to pair a single monitor with the right device for your patient across different clinical settings and diverse patient profiles.

ModelDescription
ClearSight Finger Cuff Small (multi pack, 5) CSCS
ClearSight Finger Cuff Medium (multi pack, 5) CSCM
ClearSight Finger Cuff Large (multi pack, 5) CSCL
HemoSphere ClearSight upgrade kit HEMCSMUPG
HemoSphere smart recovery non-cardiac with ClearSight,
Acumen IQ sensor, FloTrac, and tissue oximetry module
HEMAQSR2
HemoSphere ClearSight module HEMCSM10

ClearSight brochure

1. Truijen, J et al. Noninvasive Continuous Hemodynamic Monitoring. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 2012;26(4):267–268.
Clinical application

The ClearSight system offers continuous clinical decision support to enable proactive clinical decisions for your moderate- to high-risk surgical patients and patients at risk for complications.

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Studies show associations between intraoperative hypotension and:

Increased risk of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
Cardiac & Non-Cardiac Surgery1

Myocardial Injury MINS
Leading cause of post-operative mortality within 30 days after surgery1

Cleveland Clinic researchers discovered that:2

  • Continuous noninvasive monitoring reduced the amount of IOH by nearly half when compared to intermittent blood pressure monitoring.
  • Early detection of hypotension by continuous hemodynamic monitoring allows for timely remedial actions, thereby reducing IOH.

Clarity through advanced hemodynamic parameters CO, SV, SVV, and SVR can help you determine if the cause of IOH is preload, afterload, or contractility.

  1. Salmasi, V., Maheshwari, K., Yang, G., Mascha, E.J., Singh, A., Sessler, D.I., & Kurz, A. (2017). Relationship between intraoperative hypotension, defined by either reduction from baseline or absolute thresholds, and acute kidney injury and myocardial injury. Anesthesiology, 126(1), 47-65
  2. Maheshwari, K et al. A Randomized Trial of Continuous Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitoring During Noncardiac Surgery. Anesthesia & Analgesia, 2018 Aug; 127(2)424-431.
Hypotension management graphs

Cockpit screen on HemoSphere advanced monitor

Tissue Perfusion and Cardia Output
  1. Salmasi, V., Maheshwari, K., Yang, G., Mascha, E.J., Singh, A., Sessler, D.I., & Kurz, A. (2017). Relationship between intraoperative hypotension, defined by either reduction from baseline or absolute thresholds, and acute kidney injury and myocardial injury. Anesthesiology, 126(1), 47-65
  2. Maheshwari, K et al. A Randomized Trial of Continuous Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitoring During Noncardiac Surgery. Anesthesia & Analgesia, 2018 Aug; 127(2)424-431.
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Critically ill patients are often hemodynamically unstable owing to hypovolemia, cardiac dysfunction, and alterations in vasomotor function.1 These conditions may lead to deterioration into multi-organ failure, and eventually death.

Continuous access to pressure and flow parameters allow you to evaluate hemodynamic instability and guide appropriate treatment including individualized fluid management.

The ClearSight system offers a noninvasive approach to monitoring the following key hemodynamic parameters:

  • Cardiac Output (CO)
  • Stroke Volume (SV)
  • Stroke Volume Variation (SVV)
  • Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR)
  • Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)

When managing perfusion, stroke volume (SV) can be optimized using the patient’s own Frank-Starling curve.

The patient’s response to a fluid challenge may be assessed by changes in SV, as indicated by location on the curve. Dynamic and flow-based parameters provide a comprehensive hemodynamic assessment and may help guide individualized fluid administration to avoid over and under resuscitation.2

  1. Huygh, J., Peeters, Y., Bernards, J., Malbrain, M. (2016). Hemodynamic monitoring in the critically ill: an overview of current cardiac output monitoring methods.
  2. Cannesson, M. (2010) Arterial pressure variation and goal-directed fluid therapy. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, 24(3), 487-97.
Enabling you to proactively manage intraoperative hypotension

Frank-Starling relationship between preload and stroke volume (SV)

  1. Huygh, J., Peeters, Y., Bernards, J., Malbrain, M. (2016). Hemodynamic monitoring in the critically ill: an overview of current cardiac output monitoring methods.
  2. Cannesson, M. (2010) Arterial pressure variation and goal-directed fluid therapy. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, 24(3), 487-97.
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Severe sepsis and septic shock are leading causes of morbidity and mortality in patients admitted to the intensive care unit

Access to CO and SV enables early detection and management of sepsis which is critical to improving survival rates and reducing the economic burden of sepsis.

The noninvasive ClearSight system allows continuous assessment of your patient’s physiological needs and helps you recognize hemodynamic instability from sepsis.1 The ClearSight finger cuff can be used to measure flow-based parameters continuously prior to, during, and after the fluid administration portion of 3-hour and 6-hour CMS sepsis bundles.

  1. Marik, et al: Hemodynamic parameters to guide fluid therapy. Annals of Intensive Care 2011 1:1
Sepsis management chart
  1. Marik, et al: Hemodynamic parameters to guide fluid therapy. Annals of Intensive Care 2011 1:1
Technology overview

How does it work?

ClearSight system technology is based on two methods: the volume clamp method to continuously measure blood pressure (BP) and the Physiocal method for initial and frequent calibration.

For blood pressure and cardiac output validation studies, download the ClearSight technology overview here.

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Product implementation

ClearSight system is available on the HemoSphere advanced monitoring platform. Continuous access to your choice of paramaters on the HemoSphere advanced monitoring platform, when used with the noninvasive ClearSight system, enables you to ensure adequate perfusion and proactively manage fluid administration.

Review how to setup and operate the ClearSight system on HemoSphere advanced monitor.


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Important safety information

CAUTION: Federal (United States) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
See Instructions For Use (IFU) / Directions For Use (DFU) for full prescribing information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and adverse events.

Important safety information

CAUTION: Federal (United States) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
See Instructions For Use (IFU) / Directions For Use (DFU) for full prescribing information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and adverse events.

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