Pressure patient monitor EPI-Detection®
epidural anesthesiahandheld

pressure patient monitor
pressure patient monitor
pressure patient monitor
pressure patient monitor
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Characteristics

Measured parameter
pressure
Applications
epidural anesthesia
Configuration
handheld

Description

for safer and more accurate Epidural Anesthesia Features Strengths and Status of The EPI-Detection® Minimal C-arm usage : 34.21% ↓ Reduce a procedure time : 33.33% ↓ Needle encounters the epidural space Perceives negative pressure with a pre-set pressure threshold New technology of replacement of LOR Most convenient method(Easy to learn) No Saline, No Air injection More safety and accuracy Complete Cervical procedure Pressure sensor with digit signal, then display on LED Needle encounters the epidural space Perceives negative pressure with a pre-set pressure threshold Alarms with light change Why Different ? : Safety and Accuracy 01. EPI-DETECTION® - No saline, no air injection - Easy to learn - Minimal C-arm usage(34.21%↓) - Reduce a procedure time(33.33%↓) - More Safety and accuracy - Complete Cervical procedure 02. LOR (Loss of Resistance) - Saline or Air injection - Unmet needs → High learning curve - 27-32% Failure for Lumbar & Thoracic - 24% Failure for Labor Epidural - Complication: Pneumocephalus or Air embolism, Epidural hematoma, Post dura puncture headache, Cord injury, Trasient loss of consciousness, Quadriparesis Applications Epidural Anesthesia Pain relief during childbirth Administration epidural medication ESI(Epidural steroid injection) PEN(Percutaneous epidural neuroplasty, RACZ) Nerve block

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