Deltex Medical, Terminus Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8TX.
If you require further information, please use the contact form provided or call +44(0) 1243 774 837.
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For pricing, sales or training enquiries relating to the CardioQ-ODM+ monitors, probes and accessories, please contact Customer Services directly on 0845 085 0001 or email Customer Services directly.
(Office hours are Monday – Friday 8.30 – 5.00).
- Orders can be emailed directly to customer.services@
deltexmedical.com or faxed to 01243 532 534
- Additionally, both monitors and probes can be ordered directly via The NHS Supply Chain quoting the National Framework Reference: 2011/S165-272795.
To find your local sales or product specialist, please email UKsales@deltexmedical.com and we will respond as quickly as possible.
For any pricing, sales or training enquiries relating to the CardioQ-EDM+ monitor, probes and accessories, please contact the Corporate Office directly; 864 527 5913 or email Customer Services
- Orders can be faxed direct using the dedicated fax line: 864 527 5914
- For reimbursement information and support, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Corporate office hours are Monday – Friday 8.30 – 5.00).
Customers in all other countries
Deltex Medical can offer a variety of training and educational support:
Classroom sessions can be arranged for clinicians and/or nurses who will be prospective users of the ODM or ODM+. The duration and content can be set according to specific needs and may include: cardiac anatomy and physiology, overview of the technology, clinical evidence, the need for fluid management etc.
Practical support can also be initiated to follow on from classroom sessions or can also be arranged independently. A dedicated Clinical Specialist can be made available for up to 3 months in order to implement the technology as a standard of care.
For international training needs please contact your nearest Distributor
Request a Seminar
Deltex Medical employs a Scientist Lecturer to deliver scientific (non-commercial) seminars on IOFM (Intra-operative fluid management).
Dr Carissa Murrell delivers the seminars, which take approximately 45 minutes (including question time) and covers:
- The available technologies
- How they work
- Their accuracy and precision
- The fluid management algorithms
- The evidence
For more information, or to book a seminar, please email: email@example.com
Dr Murrell completed her PhD in Physiology at New Zealand’s University of Otago. Using Doppler ultrasound and non-invasive cardiac output monitoring technology, she studied the effect of age, fitness, and exercise on the control of cerebral blood flow.
Dr Murrell’s publication record:
C.J. Murrell, J.D. Cotter, K.N. Thomas, S.J. Lucas, M.J. Williams, and P.N. Ainslie, Cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity at rest and during sub-maximal exercise: effect of age and 12-week exercise training. Age (Dordr), 2013. 35(3): p. 905-20.
S.J. Lucas, P.N. Ainslie, C.J. Murrell, K.N. Thomas, E.A. Franz, and J.D. Cotter, Effect of age on exercise-induced alterations in cognitive executive function: relationship to cerebral perfusion. Exp Gerontol, 2012. 47(8): p. 541-51.
C.J. Murrell, J.D. Cotter, K. George, R. Shave, L. Wilson, K. Thomas, M.J. Williams, and P.N. Ainslie, Syncope is unrelated to supine and postural hypotension following prolonged exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2011. 111(3): p. 469-76.
C.J. Murrell, J.D. Cotter, K. George, R. Shave, L. Wilson, K. Thomas, M.J. Williams, and P.N. Ainslie, Cardiorespiratory and cerebrovascular responses to head-up tilt II: influence of age, training status and acute exercise. Exp Gerontol, 2011. 46(1): p. 1-8.
C.J. Murrell, J.D. Cotter, K. George, R. Shave, L. Wilson, K. Thomas, M.J. Williams, and P.N. Ainslie, Cardiorespiratory and cerebrovascular responses to head-up tilt I: influence of age and training status. Exp Gerontol, 2011. 46(1): p. 9-17.
M. Wilson, R. O’Hanlon, S. Basavarajaiah, K. George, D. Green, P. Ainslie, S. Sharma, S. Prasad, C. Murrell, D. Thijssen, A. Nevill, and G. Whyte, Cardiovascular function and the veteran athlete. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2010. 110(3): p. 459-78.
D.C. Cowan, R.S. Hewitt, J.O. Cowan, R. Palmay, A. Williamson, S.J. Lucas, C.J. Murrell, K.N. Thomas, and D.R. Taylor, Exercise-induced wheeze: Fraction of exhaled nitric oxide-directed management. Respirology, 2010. 15(4): p. 683-90.
C. Murrell, J.D. Cotter, K. George, R. Shave, L. Wilson, K. Thomas, M.J. Williams, T. Lowe, and P.N. Ainslie, Influence of age on syncope following prolonged exercise: differential responses but similar orthostatic intolerance. J Physiol, 2009. 587(Pt 24): p. 5959-69.
T. Peng, P.N. Ainslie, J.D. Cotter, C. Murrell, K. Thomas, M.J. Williams, K. George, R. Shave, A.B. Rowley, and S.J. Payne, The effects of age on the spontaneous low-frequency oscillations in cerebral and systemic cardiovascular dynamics. Physiol Meas, 2008. 29(9): p. 1055-69.
H.C. Marshall, M.J. Hamlin, J. Hellemans, C. Murrell, N. Beattie, I. Hellemans, T. Perry, A. Burns, and P.N. Ainslie, Effects of intermittent hypoxia on SaO(2), cerebral and muscle oxygenation during maximal exercise in athletes with exercise-induced hypoxemia. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2008. 104(2): p. 383-93.
K.C. Peebles, A.M. Richards, L. Celi, K. McGrattan, C.J. Murrell, and P.N. Ainslie, Human cerebral arteriovenous vasoactive exchange during alterations in arterial blood gases. J Appl Physiol, 2008. 105(4): p. 1060-8.
S.J. Lucas, J.D. Cotter, C. Murrell, L. Wilson, J.G. Anson, D. Gaze, K.P. George, and P.N. Ainslie, Mechanisms of orthostatic intolerance following very prolonged exercise. J Appl Physiol, 2008. 105(1): p. 213-25.
P.N. Ainslie, S. Ogoh, K. Burgess, L. Celi, K. McGrattan, K. Peebles, C. Murrell, P. Subedi, and K.R. Burgess, Differential effects of acute hypoxia and high altitude on cerebral blood flow velocity and dynamic cerebral autoregulation: alterations with hyperoxia. J Appl Physiol, 2008. 104(2): p. 490-8.
P.N. Ainslie, J.D. Cotter, K.P. George, S. Lucas, C. Murrell, R. Shave, K.N. Thomas, M.J. Williams, and G. Atkinson, Elevation in cerebral blood flow velocity with aerobic fitness throughout healthy human ageing. J Physiol, 2008. 586(16): p. 4005-10.
K. Peebles, L. Celi, K. McGrattan, C. Murrell, K. Thomas, and P.N. Ainslie, Human cerebrovascular and ventilatory CO2 reactivity to end-tidal, arterial and internal jugular vein PCO2. J Physiol, 2007. 584(Pt 1): p. 347-57.
P.N. Ainslie, A. Barach, K.J. Cummings, C. Murrell, M. Hamlin, and J. Hellemans, Cardiorespiratory and cerebrovascular responses to acute poikilocapnic hypoxia following intermittent and continuous exposure to hypoxia in humans. J Appl Physiol, 2007. 102(5): p. 1953-61.
C. Murrell, L. Wilson, J.D. Cotter, S. Lucas, S. Ogoh, K. George, and P.N. Ainslie, Alterations in autonomic function and cerebral hemodynamics to orthostatic challenge following a mountain marathon. J Appl Physiol, 2007. 103(1): p. 88-96.
P.N. Ainslie, C. Murrell, K. Peebles, M. Swart, M.A. Skinner, M.J. Williams, and R.D. Taylor, Early morning impairment in cerebral autoregulation and cerebrovascular CO2 reactivity in healthy humans: relation to endothelial function. Exp Physiol, 2007. 92(4): p. 769-77.
P.N. Ainslie, A. Barach, C. Murrell, M. Hamlin, J. Hellemans, and S. Ogoh, Alterations in cerebral autoregulation and cerebral blood flow velocity during acute hypoxia: rest and exercise. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2007. 292(2): p. H976-83.
Service & Repair
Deltex Medical offers a full on-site UK based service and repair facility*, including provision of loan monitors whilst repairs/maintenance or servicing are being undertaken (depending on age and status of monitor).
This service includes software and hardware upgrades where applicable. Full electrical safety testing conforming to BSI 60601 standard is carried out routinely. Calibration and functional tests are performed as part of the maintenance procedure to ensure optimal performance of the monitor. An individual report is produced detailing all work carried out.
Please contact Customer Services on +44 (0) 1243 774 837 for further information.
* For any International enquires relating to repairs, please email Customer Services
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