WHY IS MONITORING IMPORTANT?
After cardiac surgery, renal function impairment is common, and acute kidney injury (AKI) has an incidence that may reach 50%. The early mortality rate in Patients with AKI is around 5% but climbs to 50% when renal replacement therapy is required.
Various factors related to cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) have been implicated as possible determinants of AKI. They include CPB duration, low perfusion pressure, low pump flow, severe haemodilution and low oxygen delivery (DO2).
Scientific evidences show that a careful and frequent monitoring of Patient’s parameters reduces the risk of post-operative complications.
LANDING: COMPLETE MONITORING MADE EASY
Landing offers a complete real-time monitoring in CPB, for a patient tailored perfusion. With a complete range of measured and calculated parameters, considering both arterial and venous sides, it provides all the key monitoring information for an assessment of the patient status. The recently added CO2-related parameters make Landing a state-of-the-art Blood Gas Monitoring (BGM) in Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB).
Results aren’t ensured by performance alone, and usability is a key part of the process. That’s why Landing is also very user-friendly, being easy to set-up, easy to use and simple on exporting data, to simplify workflows and ensure results in any scenario.
Landing also provides a software dedicated to ECMO procedures, for a simpler therapy and weaning management. For further info please click here: https://eurosets.com/products/ecls/landing-ecmo/