for monitoring blood flow in trauma patients.
Dangerous pressure levels build following trauma.
Internal muscle pressure is difficult to monitor reliably over time. Most physicians use subjective palpation methods, requiring constant reassessment.
Compartment syndrome quickly becomes a very dangerous condition, causing permanent nerve damage, loss of limb or even death.
EASY TO MISDIAGNOSE
Chronic exertional compartment syndrome is often under-diagnosed due to a lack of symptoms and awareness of the ailment by both patients and practitioners.
CURRENT MONITORING STANDARDS
Intrusive diagnostic tools and unnecessary fasciotomies.
Patients are often too quickly recommended for emergency fasciotomies. The Department of Defense estimates that 85% of conducted fasciotomies were unnecessary.
Currently, monitoring compartment syndrome is performed using an invasive 16 gauge needle to test the intracompartmental pressure. This method is generally inaccurate and only provides physicians with a snapshot of a patient’s pressure at that time.
Compartment Syndrome may developing over several days in trauma patients, meaning that physicians must constantly reassess patients.
A BETTER WAY
Non invasive diagnostics improving healthcare for all.
Simple and non-invasive, any healthcare provider can use the Valkyrie, freeing-up the attending physician.
The Valkyrie is non-invasive, portable and wireless, providing continuous monitoring and real-time diagnostics.
Protects patients, hospitals and caregivers, reducing unnecessary operations, rehab costs, and malpratice settlements.
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