The Need continued

A considerable amount of clinical information can be determined from recording the emptying and filling action of the heart during the cardiac cycle.

Myocardial muscle condition, valve functioning, heart rate, cardiovascular conditions all influence the hemodynamic parameters like stroke volume and cardiac output.

These parameters have significant value in assessing a patient's suspected heart condition and often drive selection of treatment.

In order to obtain such hemodynamic data of the heart today, physicians are required to use invasive diagnostic technologies, with associated risks, or non-invasive but complex imaging techniques that require highly trained operators that limit examinations to a stationary and often supine position of the patient.

Symptoms may be vague, intermittent, or not present at time of stationary diagnostic tests, or results may be inconclusive. There is a clinical need for additional diagnostics to overcome the limits of today’s existing complex, restrictive, stationary, snapshot hemodynamic diagnostic tools.

...Enter the Hemodynamic Cardiac Profiler..