NICE backs use of new cardiac output monitoring device by the NHS – 29 March 2011

Posted on March 30, 2011. Filed under: Cardiol / Cardiothor Surg, Surgery | Tags: , |

NICE backs use of new cardiac output monitoring device by the NHS

“The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has today (Wednesday 30 March) published final guidance which supports the case for adoption of CardioQ-ODM in the NHS. Based on the best available evidence and expert advice, the Institute found this new device offers proven advantages for both patients and the NHS. It advises CardioQ-ODM should be considered for use in patients undergoing major or high-risk surgery, or for other surgical patients who may require invasive cardiovascular monitoring.”  …continues on the site

 CardioQ-ODM (oesophageal Doppler monitor)

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