Goal Directed Fluid Therapy (GDFT) is an important part of Enhance Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) pathways. The Cheetah system’s non-invasive, direct monitoring capability enables the anesthesia team members to trend Stroke Volume (SV) and use this information to guide the decision making process for fluid volume administration.
Why are Surgical Patients Likely to Benefit From Cheetah Technology?
Cheetah’s non-invasive hemodynamic profile enables the anesthesia and peri-operative teams to:
- Obtain advanced hemodynamic parameters throughout the entire continuum of care: Pre-Op, Operating Room, PACU and SICU/Step Down
- Use continuous Stroke Volume (SV) and Cardiac Output (CO) to assist with volume decisions even in the presence of arrhythmias and regardless of ventilation status
- Use changes in Stroke Volume to guide fluid decisions in Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) and Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) protocols
- Trend key hemodynamic parameters through the perioperative period to assess a patient’s fluid responsiveness
- Use advanced hemodynamic measures such as cardiac output, vascular resistance and oxygen delivery to manage and optimize perfusion
Trending Hemodynamic Data with Cheetah Medical Systems