TrueVue ODM+ enables clinicians to guide fluid and drug administration during major and high-risk surgery. When used to guide perioperative fluid management, ODM is proven to reduce postoperative complications. This translates into:
- better patient outcomes
- reduced intensive care admissions
- reduced intensive care stays
- shorter stays
- more efficient use of precious resources
- lower costs
ODM is the only fluid management technology to be awarded with NICE Guidance (MTG3). Indeed the committee concluded that available data support a clinical benefit and cost saving when ODM is used in patients undergoing major or high-risk surgery.
10% Stroke Volume Optimisation
Stroke Volume Optimisation (SVO) is in its simplest form the administration of fluid, most often a colloid, guided by an algorithm to normalise Stroke Volume without the risk of fluid overload. The 10% SV change algorithm for SVO utilises the Frank-Starling law, which established the relationship between left ventricular stroke volume and left ventricular end diastolic volume.
Treatment algorithm suggested by Professor Mervyn Singer, University Hospital, London.
Its considerable evidence base testifies to the fact that only TrueVue ODM has the precision necessary to successfully guide a 10% Stroke Volume Optimisation protocol.