Noninvasive Hemodynamic Monitoring System

Noninvasively and continuously monitor blood pressure, cardiac output, stroke volume, and other critical hemodynamic parameters earlier and safer than ever before.

  • Dual finger oscillometric cuff provides continuous, beat-to-beat blood pressure monitoring and real-time hemodynamic parameters
  • Uses the proven PulseCO™ autocorrelation algorithm to provide reliable pressure-based measurements
  • Allows you to safely monitor previously unmonitored, at-risk patients


*Only available in the United States


Provide advanced noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring to more patients in more care areas

With the LiDCO LXi noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring system from ICU Medical, you can safely monitor previously unmonitored, at-risk patients to assess and rapidly respond to formerly unseen changes in hemodynamic status. From surgery and ICU, to the emergency department and general care floors, getting accurate, real-time blood pressure and hemodynamic measurements has never been easier or safer.

No arterial line, no pulmonary artery catheter, no problem.

With the LiDCO LXi, there is no need to put in an arterial line or a PA catheter just to get a hemodynamic baseline on your patients. Simply slip on the dual finger oscillometric cuff to provide continuous, beat-to-beat blood pressure monitoring and real-time hemodynamic parameters. This simple, fast, and accurate technology lets you manage and respond to patient changes you may not have seen before, letting you avoid treating with limited and incomplete information.

  • Operating Room

    Continuously monitor fluid status and blood pressure of patients who do not have an arterial catheter before and during anesthesia
  • Intensive Care Unit

    Quickly and noninvasively assess key hemodynamic parameters continuously to monitor a patient's progress and response to treatment.
  • Emergency Department

    Get better and continuous insight to critical patient conditions after ED assessment without a central line or arterial catheter.
  • General Floor

    Accurately monitor and assess changing acuity levels of at-risk patients in lower-acuity settings.

Proven technology provides measurements you can count on

The noninvasive arterial waveform is analyzed by the PulseCO autocorrelation algorithm, which has been clinically proven to be the most reliable pressure-based method for hemodynamic assessment and management of critically-ill patients.1 And using the system’s noninvasively-derived waveform has been shown to be as effective as using an arterial line when monitoring fluid responsiveness in surgery patients.2

The LiDCO LXi System from ICU Medical

The LiDCO LXi noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring system from ICU Medical comes complete with everything you need to safely manage your patients' hemodynamic status, including:

LiDCO LXI Noninvasive Hemodynamic Monitor, Power Cord, LiDCO Noninvasive Module, Cuff Controller, three Finger Cuffs, four Arm Cuffs and all necessary cables and hardware, User’s Manual, Pole/Rail Clamp to VESA Assembly and Power Supply Unit.


  1. Evidence-Based Summary: The Demonstrated Clinical Efficacy of the PulseCO™ Algorithm in Assessing and Managing Hemodynamic Status and Changes.
  2. Sackl-Pietsch E., Department of Anesthesiology, Landeskrankenhaus Bruck an der Mur, Austria. Continuous non-invasive arterial pressure shows high accuracy in comparison to invasive intra-arterial blood pressure measurement.