Microdialysis is a mini-invasive monitoring method of oxidative/anaerobic glucose metabolism enabling the detection of tissue ischemia. It is used in various fields of medicine, such as cardiac surgery, plastic surgery, pharmacology, but it is most widely used in neurointensive care.
The microdialysis system consists of a microdialysis analyzer with a pump and a two-way catheter implanted into the target tissue. Through the catheter, a fluid based on Ringer’s solution is perfused into the target tissue, and at the same time a sample is taken for metabolite analysis.
The use of microdialysis allows an early response to the development of ischemic changes in the target tissue and enables the expansion of the therapeutic window for early intervention.
- Continuous monitoring of metabolites in real time using M Dialysis catheters
- Batch analysis capacity of 16 samples and 30 measurements per hour
- Microdialysis values are displayed both numerically and graphically
- Monitoring up to 8 patients
- Ease of use with an improved graphical interface
- Automatic calibration and quality control
Microdialysis determines the concentrations of 6 basic metabolites:
WHO IS IT INTENDED FOR?
Neurointensive care – traumatic brain injuries, subarachnoid hemorrhage, subdural hematomas, ischemia.
Then cardiac surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, post-transplantation care, ENT.
neurointensive care | cardiosurgery | plastic and reconstructive surgery | post-transplant care | ENT
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BASIC TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Principle of measurement
220 (W) x 220 (D) x 332(H) mm
100-240 V~, 50/60 Hz
Max. 40 VA
The power adapter complies with the 60601-1 standard
The power adapter of the MD unit is double insulated
Automatic (every 6 hours)