2022 Stronger - PH341 - Prediction Software Helps Reduce Hypotension and Improve Outcomes - On Demand
During surgery, blood pressure management varies among clinicians across various health care settings. This variation is not benign because hypotension is common and can lead to severe complications, such as myocardial and kidney injury, delirium, and even mortality. Also, hypotension increases hospital costs. Hypotension prediction index software alerts clinicians to a future hypotensive event, while a standardized treatment algorithm guides the therapeutic intervention. In a large multicenter clinical trial, use of this proactive, data-driven system reduced hypotension. Such innovative technology can reduce care variation and improve surgical patient outcomes.
- Other Healthcare Professionals
- Articulate the relationship between hypotension and postoperative outcomes for surgical patients.
- Articulate the relationship between hypotension and increased costs for surgical patients.
- Explain the role of hypotension prediction index software in reducing hypotension in the surgical patient, thus improving patient outcomes and decreasing costs.
Kamal Maheshwari, MD, MPH, Director, Center for Perioperative Intelligence, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
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Kamal Maheshwari, MD, MPH, speaker for this educational activity, is a consultant for Dynocardia, Phillips and Edwards Lifesciences, and has received research funding from Edwards Lifesciences.
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