Länk till Bluegrass hemsida


AESCULON Teknik Litteratur Kontakt & Länkar Sök




Klicka för större bild



Nu kan du koppla Aesculon® direkt till en biventrikulär extern-pacemaker från Osypka. Data från pacemakern överförs till Aesculon® via en kabel.


Länk till Pace 300


Gör optimeringen av Cardiac Output ännu smidigare! 


Läs mer om pacemakern här »




”The results of the present study demonstrate a close correlation and clinically acceptable agreement and precision between postoperative CO measurements obtained with a new-generation TEB device with a novel proprietary modification of the impedance equation and the clinical “gold standard” pulmonary artery thermodilution across a broad range of CI data. The differences between the two methods were within 15% in more than 90% of the patients, which indicates good agreement.”

Citat från artikel av Stefan Suttner m fl - se nedan



”In this study, we found good agreement between the haemodynamic values measured by electrical velocimetry and those obtained from PA or PiCCO measurements. Therefore, electrical velocimetry, a new impedance cardiography algorithm, is a suitable method for evaluating haemodynamic parameters with clinically acceptable accuracy.”

Citat från artikel av N.Zoremba m fl - se nedan


Grundläggande artiklar om bioimpedans

  • Katsuyuki Sakamoto and Hiroshi Kanai: Electrical Characteristics of Flowing Blood, IEEE Transactions On Biomedical Engineering, Vol. Bme-26, No. 12, December 1979
  • Marcus J. Osypka and Donald P. Bernstein: Electrophysiologic Principles and Theory of Stroke Volume Determination by Thoracic Electrical Bioimpedance, AACN Clinical Issues 1999 Vol. 10, Number 3 pp 385-389
  • Klaas R Visser, Robert Lamberts, Willem G Zijlstra: Investigation of the origin of the impedance cardiogram by means of exchange transfusion with stroma free haemoglobin solution in the dog, Cardiovascular Research 1990; 24: 24-32

Artiklar med AESCULON®

  • Noninvasive assessment of cardiac output using thoracic electrical bioimpedance in hemodynamically stable and unstable patients after cardiac surgery: a comparison with pulmonary artery thermodilution, Stefan Suttner, Thilo Schöllhorn et al, Klinikum der Stadt Ludwigshafen, Dept of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Ludwigshafen, Germany (September 2006), Intensive Care Medicine, DOI 10.1007/s00134-006-0409-x
  • Comparison of electrical velocimetry and transoesophageal Doppler echocardiography for measuring stroke volume and cardiac output, C. Schmidt, G. Theilmeier, H. Van Aken, P. Korsmeier, S. P. Wirtz, E. Berendes, A. Hoffmeier* and A. Meissner, Department of Anaesthesiology and Surgical Intensive Care Medicine and *Department of Thoracic and  Cardiovascular Surgery, University of Münster Hospital, Albert-Schweitzer-Straße 33, D-48149, Universitätsklinikum Münster, Germany, British Journal of Anaesthesia 95 (5): 603–10 (2005)
  • Comparison of electrical velocimetry and thermodilution techniques for the measurement of cardiac output; N. Zorembaa), J. Bickenbachb), B.Kraussb), R. Rossaintb), R. Kuhlenc) and G. Schälteb) a) Departments of Intensive Care Medicine and b) Anaesthesiology,  University  Hospital RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany and c) Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Helios Klinikum Berlin Buch, Germany, Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 2007; 51:1314 -1319


Posters med AESCULON®

  • Electrical Velocimetry - Clinical Validation of a New Noninvasive CO-Monitor in Postoperative Non Cardiac Surgical Patients, A. Faltlhauser, T. Weber, A. Thomas, Bundeswehr Central Hospital, Koblenz, Germany Dept. for Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine
  • AV Delay Optimization Using Electrical Velocimetry, B. Ismer, T. Körber,W.Voss, G. H. von Knorre, M. Osypka*, C. A. Nienaber, Cardiology Division at the University Hospital Rostock, Germany and *Osypka Medical, Berlin, Germany and San Diego,USA
  • Evaluation Of Electrical Velocimetry To Determine Cardiac Output After Cardiac Surgery, Meissner, Andreas; Korsmeier, Peter; Van Aken, Hugo K;Etz, Christian; Schmidt, Christoph, Universitätsklinikum Münster, Germany
  • Comparison of Electrical Velocimetry and Fick´s Principle for Measuring Cardiac Output in Children with Congenital Heart Disease, C. Beck, W.A. Osthaus, A. Wessel, H. Bertram, Department of Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany, Department of Anesthesiology, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany

Ladda ner abstracts på artiklarna

För kompletta särtryck, kontakta oss!