Delivered flow can differ from the dialysis pump setting. It is important to compare the pump setting to the actual circuit flow so that you can optimize your dialysis patient's treatment on the spot.
The HD03 separates vascular access recirculation from cardiopulmonary recirculation (CPR). The HD03 measures the actual percentage of recirculation.
The HD03 measure access flow up to 4000 mL/min. Changes in access flow can indicate access dysfunction, including inflow stenosis and outflow stenosis. The access flow measurements are used to trend changes over time and to confirm other clinical indicators, including physical exam indications of dysfunction.
As a dialysis technician, you play an important role in patient care. Your work makes sure the patient is receiving the care they need and can help improve their experience at the clinic. Transonic flow measurements and products can help you ensure your patient’s vascular access is healthy, and our resources can help you better communicate with your patients.
Invest in a healthier future for your patients. Poor vascular access flow can easily lead to discomfort for patients and potential complications. Transonic’s HD03 Monitor features surveillance capabilities that alert staff to patients with high risk for access failure. Better assessment of access health allows for improved planning of interventions.
Transonic Monitors can help you achieve safer interactions with your patients, keeping them healthy and happy in your hemodialysis facility.
Your vascular access is your lifeline, but ensuring it’s healthy and functioning well can seem like a daunting task. These resources will help you better understand your access and learn how to keep it healthy.