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Case Time is brain

Stroke is a true emergency. Every moment counts towards the chance of recovery.

Once a stroke patient arrives, it’s a race towards diagnosis and treatment. During your “door to needle time” you must focus on these main tasks.

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Meanwhile, how can you keep an eye on patient vital signs – for peace of mind and to support safe therapy? Choose transport-ready patient monitoring solutions that give you help, not hurdles.

Evolve monitoring for transport

“Grab and go” with a handy monitor designed to support you throughout the patient pathway. From the moment you take it from its cradle, you can rely on easy, uninterrupted monitoring with Life Scope PT. You can even continue monitoring during CT and ultrasound scans. All the vital sign parameters you need are visible at a glance without compromise.

Life Scope PT
Smart transport monitoring

  • Made for transport:
    portable, robust, five hour battery life
  • See and act:
    5.7 inch touchscreen, optimized transport display mode, continuously measure up to nine parameters
  • Easy docking:
    one click action to connect or disconnect with main monitors on the ward such as Life Scope TR or Life Scope G9

Trigger timely blood pressure measurement

As well as providing reassurance during the diagnostic process, continuous monitoring helps you make sure ischemic stroke patients are ready for thrombolysis. To help you ascertain the appropriate blood pressure to prevent cerebral hemorrhage, all our patient monitors include our unique PWTT (Pulse Wave Transit Time) parameter. If PWTT exceeds the threshold, it triggers an additional non‑invasive blood pressure measurement. This increases the chance of detecting a sudden change in blood pressure between periodic NIBP measurements. While you focus on the core activities of preparing a patient for therapy, this automation can help you enhance patient safety.

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Make measurements fast and gentle

To make non-invasive blood pressure measurements faster and less intrusive, our iNIBP technology detects systole and diastole during cuff inflation. Our Yawara Cuff 2 is also specifically designed to reduce the risk of subcutaneous bleeding and increase patient comfort – for more accurate measurement.