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PhysioFlow noninvasive cardiac output measurements

Training

PhysioFlow noninvasive cardiac output measurements

Know the true performance of you heart...

Prevention

Rehabilitation

PhysioFlow easily enables non-invasive, continuous measurement of cardiac output and other hemodynamic parameters during exercise, even at maximum exertion, and even in the field. This unique, validated capability opens up a wide range of applications: Analysis of performance-limiting factors, fine-tuning of optimal endurance training zones, assessment of overtraining... The benefits of these measurements are accessible not only to top-level athletes, but also to amateur sportsmen and women, and to patients returning to physical activity.

With around 50% of the US adult population hypertensive and 50% pre-diabetic/diabetic, a major health catastrophe is looming. Improved drug and other treatments have shown their limits, and conventional strategies will not be able to cope with the explosive costs ahead. What is needed now is a more preventive and individualized approach to medicine. PhysioFlow enables earlier detection of cardiovascular abnormalities at rest and during exercise, and more precise treatment of chronic patients.

Interest in cardiac rehabilitation is growing, not only because of the continuing improvement in short-term medical outcomes, but also because of the need to ensure broader secondary prevention by encouraging patients to change their lifestyles (physical activity and nutrition in particular). However, this positive trend needs to be further reinforced by an even more individualized approach to therapeutic choices. PhysioFlow's unique ability to measure hemodynamic parameters during stress testing easily contributes to a better understanding of patients' cardiovascular status and limitations at the time of their admission to a rehabilitation center. The data collected also enable effective individual optimization of rehabilitation protocols, and objective, sensitive monitoring of post-rehabilitation cardiovascular evolution.

PhysioFlow easily enables non-invasive, continuous measurement of cardiac output and other hemodynamic parameters during exercise, even at maximum exertion, and even in the field. This unique, validated capability opens up a wide range of applications: Analysis of performance-limiting factors, fine-tuning of optimal endurance training zones, assessment of overtraining... The benefits of these measurements are accessible not only to top-level athletes, but also to amateur sportsmen and women, and to patients returning to physical activity.

With around 50% of the US adult population hypertensive and 50% pre-diabetic/diabetic, a major health catastrophe is looming. Improved drug and other treatments have shown their limits, and conventional strategies will not be able to cope with the explosive costs ahead. What is needed now is a more preventive and individualized approach to medicine. PhysioFlow enables earlier detection of cardiovascular abnormalities at rest and during exercise, and more precise treatment of chronic patients.

Interest in cardiac rehabilitation is growing, not only because of the continuing improvement in short-term medical outcomes, but also because of the need to ensure broader secondary prevention by encouraging patients to change their lifestyles (physical activity and nutrition in particular). However, this positive trend needs to be further reinforced by an even more individualized approach to therapeutic choices. PhysioFlow's unique ability to measure hemodynamic parameters during stress testing easily contributes to a better understanding of patients' cardiovascular status and limitations at the time of their admission to a rehabilitation center. The data collected also enable effective individual optimization of rehabilitation protocols, and objective, sensitive monitoring of post-rehabilitation cardiovascular evolution.