Minimally invasive and invasive hemodynamic monitoring technologies in a single, lightweight system with wireless communication.
Use a single monitor regardless of fluctuations in patient acuity and monitoring requirements.
Customize the way you display patient data based on your specific clinical need.
Connect to a variety of minimally invasive and invasive monitoring sensors.
Easily move or pole mount the compact, lightweight monitor.
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Cogent is the only 2-in-1 hemodynamic monitoring system to accept both minimally invasive and invasive inputs, letting you use a single monitor regardless of fluctuations in patient acuity and monitoring requirements.
With Cogent, you can get hemodynamic and venous oximetry measurements delivered less invasively to help you manage a broader range of patients.
Continuous cardiac output (CCO), stroke volume (SV), stroke volume variation (SVV), pulse pressure variation (PPV), mean arterial pressure (MAP), and systemic vascular resistance (SVR) from the LiDCO® PulseCO® algorithm and CardioFlo™ sensor
Accurate central venous oximetry (ScvO2) from the TriOx®–PICC, the world’s only PICC line available with three-wavelength oximetry
Trusted for decades, our advanced sensor and oximetry catheters provide you with real-time access to your patients’ hemodynamic status.
Cardiac output (CO), continuous cardiac output, stroke volume, ejection fraction (EF), central venous pressure (CVP), right atrial pressure (RAP), right ventricular pressure (RVP), pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (PCWP), and systemic vascular resistance from our line of pulmonary artery catheters (PAC) and central venous catheters (CVC)
Accurate central venous oximetry (ScvO2 and SvO2) from TriOx-CVC and TriOx-PAC catheters
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for both minimally invasive and invasive measurements allows you to reduce training time and minimize user interpretation errors.
using industry-standard HL7® information exchange standards helps streamline IT integration efforts.
helps avoid cable management confusion that comes with using multiple systems.
for data transmission and display helps simplify system set up.
Monitor patient status away from the bedside with Cogent’s detachable hand-held display. Communicates wirelessly with base unit at a distance of up to 50 feet.
Reduce clutter at the head of the bed by mounting the tablet on an IV pole for convenient viewing. Communicate to the base unit via wired or wireless connections.
Bring everything together by docking the tablet and base as a single unit. Multiple mounting options include roll stand, IV pole, and swing arm via available GCX® mounts.
Displays up to four primary color-coded measured parameters from 2 – 48 hours including event markers for interventions and treatments.
Integrates continuous updates of key measured parameters giving a visual index of the hemodynamic status and the relationship between oxygenation, flow, and pressure throughout the hemodynamic circuit.
Dynamically displays up to three primary parameters in numeric trend and updates every ten seconds allowing for rapid assessment of a patient’s response to treatment.
Review up to six thermal dilution bolus injections and temperature curve plots. You can deselect any curves/CO from the CO averaging. The Cogent system will recalculate CO/CI with each bolus injection.
Allows two parameters to be plotted against each other in an “optimal” range while assessing therapies by noting interventions using the on-screen buttons.
Measure continuous cardiac output using the proven LiDCO PulseCO algorithm.
Measure central venous oxygen saturation continuously with the world’s first and only PICC with fiber-optic oximetry.
Measure cardiac output intermittently and continuously as well as mixed venous oxygen saturation.
Measure central venous oxygen saturation and central venous pressure continuously.
The world’s first and only peripherally inserted central catheter
(PICC) to provide continuous central venous oximetry (ScvO2)
Using continuous hemodynamic monitoring as a tool to help maintain patient fluid balance and reduce postoperative complications.
Eric Reyer, DNP, ACNP, CCNS, 2013
Please contact an ICU Medical representative for information regarding directions for use of this product.
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