NICaS can assist physicians in determining the patient’s body composition. With NICaS, physicians can also determine the cause of hypertension or hypotension, based on each patient’s objective hemodynamic parameters. These parameters provide the physician with a deeper understanding of the total dynamics that cause patients’ individual hemodynamic status and fluctuations.
NICaS helps physicians to be more effective in determining the proper dry weight, fluid volume status and prescriptions. With NICaS, they can prescribe the proper medication that best addresses the specific cause of each condition.
ICU/ICCU In Numbers:
$4,300 – The average cost per day of a bed in a U.S. ICU
$108B – Approximate total annual U.S. ICU costs
4.1% – of the national health expenditure in the U.S
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