Open/Close Menu Critical care, Anesthesia, Emergency medicine, pain management & cardiology
MUHC

Dr.Nadia Giannetti, chief of cardiology, has acquired The Physioflow non-invasive cardiac output device. Dr.Nadia Giannetti and her team will be using the device in the Heart failure Clinic. The Physioflow is a noninvasive technology for measuring vital signs. In addition, it is completely noninvasive making it both safe and easy. Furthermore, The Physiolfow a valuable…

CHU Sainte-Justine

Dr.Guillaum Emeriaud, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Montreal and Dr.Philippe Jouvet associate professor, Department of Pediatrics, CHU Sainte-Justine, are currently testing the usage of ExSpiron 1Xi Minute Ventilation Monitor.

toronto general hospital

The Toronto General Hospital, and the department of anesthesia are implementing the Stimpod 450 Peripheral Nerve Stimulator. The Stimpod 450 Peripheral Nerve Stimulator is designed to provide dual functionality in nerve location and Neuromuscular Blocking Agent monitoring. The Stimpod 450 has a unique three-dimensional accelerometer to accurately and continuously provide Train of Four (TOF), Double…

Hemodynamic monitoring in the OR is gaining acceptance as a necessity to optimize fluids for improved recoveries and diminished length of stay in perioperative care . Using Physioflow, Guided Fluid Therapy GFT (Goal Directed Fluid Therapy) during surgery can be achieved and can provide benefits of a quicker recovery for the patient and a rapid…

MUHC

Dr.Sheldon Magder, a world recognized and leading clinician in critical care medicine is currently using the Physioflow device in the ICU setting on a variety of patients. The signal-morphology based waveform generated by the Physioflow could provide valuable diagnostic information including ventricular mismatch, right diastolic failure and elevated pulmonary pressures. Optimizing fluids in the critical…

GEMS is a suite of software tools for the management of ECG and that is easy to use helping increase efficiency with patients, staff and clinicians. The tools offer simplified workflow’s and time savings through the use of the device-agnostic GEMS™ WIN Auto Attendant module for automated receipt of ECGs from analogue ECG devices. The…

Hopital Pierre Le Gardeur, a hospital located in the east end of Montreal has adopted the use of the Stimpod 450 for monitoring curare in the operating theater. The STIMPOD NMS450 Nerve Stimulator includes a Tri-axial accelerometer which provides real time feedback of the strength of contraction of the affected limb (Train Of Four, Double…

Dr.Laurent Brochard, Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto, St-Michael’s Hospital, has begun an evaluation of a unique device that measures and monitors tidal volume, respiratory rate and minute ventilation.

2016 © Copyright - Quadromed Inc.

For emergency cases        1-800-363-0192