Dr.Sheldon Magder ICU Mcgill testing Non Invasive Hemodynamic Monitor

Oct 12, 2015 | Events

Dr.Sheldon Magder, a world recognized and leading clinician in critical care medicine is currently using the Physioflow device in the ICU setting on a variety of patients. The signal-morphology based waveform generated by the Physioflow could provide valuable diagnostic information including ventricular mismatch, right diastolic failure and elevated pulmonary pressures. Optimizing fluids in the critical care setting using The Physioflow non invasive device could be a further step forward in providing quality care while diminishing risks and costs associated to invasive methods.