The NICaS Hemodynamic NAVIGATOR™(US Patent) is a revolutionary tool that provides the physician with an easy way to navigate their patient’s hemodynamic condition.
The NAVIGATOR™ enables the decision-maker (treating physician, NP) to manage each patient with the help of a personal and comprehensive hemodynamic profile (information otherwise only available in high-level hospital care).
By utilizing this information, healthcare providers can treat their patients better, also substantially reducing readmission rates, thus lowering the economic and clinical burden of heart failure (as well as other conditions) while treating the patient continuously via drug titration, optimizing their therapy.
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