Stress-free monitoring in the perioperative setting ConCardiac AIR is a monitoring system for the perioperative setting. It monitors important vital parameters non-invasively, analyzes them via a wirelessly connected platform and provides the attending physician with an overview of the patient’s overall hemodynamic situation. This allows early detection of hemodynamic instabilities and prevention of serious adverse events, ranging from shock to multiple organ failure.
Less stress for intensive care patients Many intensive care patients are hemodynamically unstable. Nevertheless, medical interventions are necessary. Non-invasive monitoring of the overall hemodynamic situation allows monitoring without endangering the patient’s health.
The overall hemodynamic situation always under control ConCardiac AIR uses a strain-free sensor system. This allows the use of multiple sensors per patient. These signals are evaluated in the data platform via a secure WLAN connection and displayed to the surgical team in real time.
Perioperative monitoring ConCardiac AIR can be used in all clinical settings for perioperative monitoring.
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The basic product ConCardiac for the acquisition of pressure signals and the determination of an electrocardiogram was approved as a medical device. But the story doesn’t stop there: further development into ConCardiac AIR is already successfully underway, as are other promising research projects.
The ConCardiac AIR system is based on a novel, stress-free sensor system. The intensive care monitoring system consists of three components: