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New Study Shows Masimo's Noninvasive Pleth Variability Index Provides Similar Ability to Assess Fluid Responsiveness During Surgery as More Costly and Invasive Method
Date:4/19/2012

ients who do not need invasive artery monitoring."

Multiple studies have shown PVI helps clinicians assess fluid responsiveness in surgical, mechanically ventilated patients – helping clinicians improve fluid management to reduce patient risk[1], [2]. Although fluid administration is critical to optimizing patient status and enabling end organ preservation, unnecessary fluid administration is associated with increased morbidity and mortality.[3] Because SVV has been shown in previous studies to be an accurate method to predict fluid responsiveness and optimize fluid management in surgical and intensive care patients, the similar accuracy shown with noninvasive PVI suggests that PVI-guided fluid optimization may also help guide fluid management to minimize patient risk, as was already shown in one randomized controlled trial.[4]  

Masimo Chief Medical Officer Dr. Michael O'Reilly added: "Fluid responsiveness assessment and goal directed therapy are growing requirements to advance patient safety. The vast majority of surgeries performed in the world today are performed without assessing how a patient will respond to fluid administration, leading to sub-optimal resuscitation. Masimo PVI is a safe, reliable, and noninvasive way to guide fluid management to minimize patient risk." 

[1]Cannesson M., Desebbe O., Rosamel P., Delannoy B., Robin J., Bastien O., Lehot JJ. "Pleth variability Index to Monitor the Respiratory Variations in the Pulse Oximeter Plethysmographic Waveform Amplitude and Predict Fluid Responsiveness in the Operating Theatre." British Journal of Anaesthesia August 2008; 101(2):200-6. Available online here.
[2]Feissel M., Kalakhy R., Badie J., Robles G., Faller J., Teboul JL. "Plethysmography Variability Index: A New Fluid Responsiveness Parameter." Presented at the 29th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM) Annual Meetin
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