Clinical Evidence

Fluid Management Makes a Difference

FloPatch and Carotid Doppler Validation

Hemodynamic monitoring with a wireless ultrasound patch

Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia

Novel, wireless, wearable Doppler ultrasound patch described as a tool for resuscitation.

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FloPatch tracks changes in stroke volume induced by end-inspiratory and end-expiratory occlusion

Health Science Reports

Changes in stroke volume patterns induced in end-inspiratory end-expiratory occlusion tests were found to be reflected in both the common carotid and the aorta. VTI variability of the Doppler device was less than that of traditional duplex Doppler.

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FloPatch used to evaluate 11 formulae for corrected flow time

Intensive Care Medicine Experimental

Researchers found that most of the equations used to calculate corrected flow time (FTc) accurately detected stroke volume change. A large sample of beats is required to measure a clinically significant change in FTc.

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Evolution of Ultrasound in Critical Care: From Procedural Guidance to Hemodynamic Monitor

Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine

Recent developments in machine learning and POCUS technologies are evolving point-of-care ultrasound into a hemodynamic monitoring tool, giving clinicians key decision making metrics for ICU management.

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FloPatch Accurately Tracks Stroke Volume Changes During a Preload Maneuver

Critical Care Explorations

Using FloPatch measurement of VTI and FTc, researchers accurately tracked stroke volume changes induced by a pre-load modifying maneuver in healthy volunteers.

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