MGI MEDICAL

"OVERCOMING THE LIMITATIONS OF
CONVENTIONAL HEMODYNAMIIC MONITORING"

Pulse Flow Measurements During Cesarean Section

We have noticed a consistent drop in peripheral flow after the immediately after the uterus is incised leading up to the delivery of the baby followed by an almost doubling of flow after delivery and when the uterus contracts. We presume this is due to the auto-transfusion that occurs with uterine contraction. We have data from 25 patients to date and this clinical trial is near completion. Below is a typical curve from a cesarean section patient.

Ongoing IRB approved clinical trial at St. Joseph's Hospital, Paterson, NJ

Website Builder