The risks of cerebral desaturation events are real
Major organ morbidity and mortality.1 Renal failure.1 Stroke.1,2 They’re just three of several postoperative risks associated with cerebral desaturation events — and they are common and costly. Especially during cardiac surgery.
Timely intervention is key
Cerebral oximetry can play an important role as a valuable “first alert.” Because it monitors for hemodynamic changes and deteriorating patient conditions. And a well-protected brain may act as an index organ of how well organs are perfused and oxygenated.3 With the right monitoring solution — you can have the confidence to intervene to avoid serious complications.
Confidence in your first alert
INVOS™ technology meets your clinical demands. In fact, no other cerebral oximetry technology is backed by a comparable volume of published, peer-reviewed clinical research.
The INVOS™ 7100 system is built on this reliable technology. That means it delivers first-alert performance with its unique proprietary algorithm that measures acute alterations in hemodynamics, regional oxygen saturation (rSO2), and oxygen metabolism.
The INVOS™ 7100 system also offers system improvements that were developed using feedback from customers around the world who have used the INVOS™ 5100C system.
Those improvements include:
- A detachable, lightweight tablet-style monitor with touchscreen convenience
- An intuitive interface that’s easy to use
- A smaller sensor footprint that makes it usable with the BIS™ monitoring system
When the INVOS™ 7100 system is used in your OR and ICU, it can improve your ability to intervene when your patients need you most. Because seconds matter.