State-of-the-art design features:
- Day/Night key for individual sleeping time recording
- Fourier analysis for assessment of the early morning rise in blood pressure
- Auto-feedback logic for drastically reduced compression loan and enhanced comfort
- Oscillometric measurement without sensors
- Highest wearing comfort through minimal weight of only 240g including batteries
- Wireless Bluetooth rapid transfer of measured values between the computer and monitor
- Interfaces to information systems for clinics and MDs
- Documentation and storage of 24/48 hours
- 24hr ABPM with Pulse Wave Analysis
- Made in Germany
Pulse Wave Monitoring for Central Hemodynamic assessment and Risk Stratification of Arterial Hypertension
- Peripheral blood pressure
- Central aortic blood pressure
- Cardiac output
- Peripheral resistance
- Augmentation index (Alx)
- Augmentation pressure
- Reflection coefficient
- Pulse wave velocity (PWV)
Indications revealed through PWA
- Congestive heart failure NYHS 2-4
- Dilatative cardiomyopathy
- Therapy-resistant hypertension
The PWA algorithms have been validated against invasive1 and non-invasive2 reference methods.
Arterial Stiffness: a sensitive predictor
Mobil-O-Graph® – the PWA Monitor enables validated assessment of arterial stiffness over 24 hours, thus avoiding mistaken diagnoses based on single examinations.
Hemodynamics – An Aid to Clinical Decisions
24 hour hemodynamic monitoring enables, for the first time, a better insight into a patient's pathophysiology and provides clinical support for diagnosis and treatment.
HMS CS Analysis Tool
HMS CS is a desktop analysis tool for use in hospitals, physicians' offices and clinical research. Pulse Wave Analysis is displayed in tables and easy-to follow graphical reports, providing a comprehensive statistical assessment.
Example of a PWA (see image): The oscillometric blood pressure measurement is combined with Pulse Wave Analysis making it very convenient for the patient.
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