ScvO2 offers quick reacting information on the patients haemodynamic status. ScvO2 is much more sensitive than blood pressure and heart frequency for detecting shock status of any origin.
ScvO2 monitoring facilitates early detection of:
Imbalance between oxygen supply and oxygen consumption
State of shock of any origin
Insufficient cardiac output (surrogate parameter)
Immediate recognition of insufficient tissue oxygenation
Access via standard CVC
Reduction of blood gas analysis
Oxygen balance in real-time
Easy handling no in-vitro calibration required
Useful Application in:
Early goal directed therapy
Perioperative monitoring in cardiac surgery
Continuous fiberoptic oxymetry
Access via existing standard CVC
ScvO2 immediately available
CeVOX probes can be inserted in the distal lumen of 15, 20 or 30 cm CVCs that allow guide wires ≥ 0.032”.
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