Vancouver, BC Canada – December 1, 2020 – Rostrum Medical will attend the 33rd annual European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (“ESICM”) LIVES Digital congress. The digital congress will commence on December 6th and run through December 9th, 2020. The ESICM has an outstanding program of exceptional science that is both interactive, innovative and informative, while connecting a multidisciplinary network of physicians, researchers, nurses, and allied health professionals across the globe.
Rostrum Medical’s abstract, entitled “Non-invasive monitoring of pulmonary blood flow and shunt fraction in a porcine model” has been selected as part of the congress’ program. The abstract presents data demonstrating that Pulmonary Blood Flow (“PBF”) and Rostrum’s Shunt Fraction Index can be measured non-invasively by Rostrum’s novel VQm Pulmonary Health Monitor™.
Dr. Maximilian Edliner-Stanger, Co-Author of the Rostrum abstract said “I have been working alongside the Rostrum team for a number of years on this exciting project, and I am looking forward to presenting the results of our hard work, unique experimental design and encouraging results at this years’ ECISM.”
Click here to access the Rostrum abstract, click on “e-Posters”, then select “05. Cardiovascular issues in ICU > 5.3 Cardiovascular monitoring”. The abstract e-poster will be available for registered members online throughout the whole congress duration. Registered members will be able to submit questions regarding the e-poster via a chat, and have their questions answered by the author.
About Rostrum Medical
Rostrum Medical is dedicated to empowering medical practitioners with new and useful solutions to help solve everyday challenges that medical professionals face. Rostrum was established in 2009, with a goal to deliver novel solutions to problematic uncertainties in modern day practice. With a team of some of the world’s most progressive clinicians, combined with engineering and business expertise with a history of commercial success, Rostrum is driven by one mission – to address clinical needs in healthcare. Rostrum is committed to providing innovative ideas to our healthcare professionals so that they have useful, forward-thinking solutions for their patients and their practice.
About VQm Pulmonary Health Monitor™
The VQm Pulmonary Health Monitor™ is a novel monitoring device that aims to provide clinicians with near real-time physiological insight into the effects of changes in lung mechanics on Ventilator-Perfusion (V/Q) matching. The VQm PHM™ is being developed with the intention to assist physicians in their management of mechanical ventilation by providing measurements of the following physiological parameters: Shunt Fraction Index (Qsi), Dead space, Pulmonary Blood Flow (PBF), and Functional Residual Capacity (FRC).
More about ESICM
The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) is an association of individual persons. Founded in March 1982, ESICM supports and promotes the advancement of knowledge in intensive care medicine, in particular the promotion of the highest standards of multidisciplinary care of critically ill patients and their families through education, research, and professional development.
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