support to patient care with surrogate ICP waveform information to interpret changes in intracranial pressure (ICP)

monitor ICP variations via surrogate ICP waveform and associated parameters information to interpret changes in patients with suspected alteration of intracranial pressure or change in intracranial compliance.

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Non-invasive monitoring of variations in intracranial pressure (ICP) via surrogate ICP waveform and associated parameters. The non-invasive waveform can be interpreted on most patient monitors (not supplied).

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    why is it important to monitor variations in ICP?

    It may improve care relevance and patient safety by providing additional information that may be used to better qualify diagnosis, guide therapy, and indicate changes in neurological disorders.