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Oesophageal Doppler Monitoring (ODM+)

Patient Safety: Avoiding the Avoidable

The adverse effects of poor haemodynamic management during surgery aren’t always immediately obvious, often becoming apparent later in the care continuum. They can be nonetheless serious, study after study reporting a high incidence of conditions such as Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and Surgical Site Infection (SSI). These complications often demand prolonged care, treating conditions that were unfortunately, and avoidably acquired in hospital. The good news is that careful haemodynamic management avoids complications and helps clinicians to deliver better outcomes.

Leading evidence-backed technology

Deltex is a world leader in haemodynamic monitoring, helping clinicians to deliver better clinical outcomes every day.

  • Simple, reproducible procedure: Just 3 minutes to patient safety – the time taken to insert and orientate a Doppler probe
  • Quality of clinical evidence: 21 RCTs support Doppler monitoring, proving time and again to significantly reduce complications, shorten length of stay and cut hospital costs (FEDORA Study summary here)
  • Key component in ERAS and GDHT programmes
  • ODM+ with TrueVue system delivers intraoperative gold standard, together with other “best-in-class” monitoring technologies for use in all clinical settings

Deltex Medical’s oesophageal Doppler monitoring system with TrueVue software changes the way hospital clinicians can care for surgical and critical care patients. Used to guide individualised haemodynamic management, the system has been proven to reduce complications, shorten length of stay and cut hospital costs.

TrueVue System Brochure

TrueVue Doppler Brochure

Doppler Probes

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