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Measurement of glucose, lactate, blood gases, electrolytes and metabolites

Anesthesiology

In the intraoperative monitoring of anesthetized patients and procedures involving special mechanical ventilation techniques, continuous monitoring plays a crucial role to ensure maintenance of normal bodily functions

In the intraoperative monitoring of anesthetized patients and procedures involving special mechanical ventilation techniques, e.g. HFJV, HFO and one-lung ventilation, Radiometer’s measurement of glucose, lactate, blood gases, electrolytes and metabolites plays a crucial role in the continuous monitoring to ensure maintenance of normal bodily functions.

In addition, Radiometer’s transcutaneous monitors provide caregivers with continuous information on the status of a patient’s ventilation (tcpCO2) and oxygenation (SpO2) levels as part of intraoperative monitoring of anesthetized patients.

This is done non-invasively, and is effective during procedures involving special mechanical ventilation techniques, such as HFJV, HFO and one-lung ventilation,

Transcutaneous monitoring of patient ventilation and oxygenation levels is also effective in monitored anesthesia care/procedural sedation for diagnostic or therapeutic procedures, e.g. endoscopy, flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy, cardiac catheterization.

Additional uses include monitoring of adverse effects of pain medication and patient surveillance in the post-anesthesia care unit.

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