critical care.
smarter.
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"This technology has the potential to open new opportunities for earlier diagnosis, strategic interventions, and better overall patient care."
Gregory Schears, MD 
Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Mayo Clinic

the vital signs you need, all in one platform.

automated urine drainage
sensor-based foley catheter for intra-abdominal pressure
core body temperature
monitor captures data
and sends to emr

transforming the traditional foley into a powerful sensor

The Accuryn Monitoring System transforms the traditional Foley catheter into a next-generation sensor for accurate, real-time measurement of urine output (UO), intra-abdominal pressure (IAP), and core body temperature (Temp) to help guide care.

precision fluid management starts with automated urine output. 

Close to 300,000 people die every year  from Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in the U.S.¹ 

Critically ill patients need consistent monitoring but without the right tools clinicians don't know when the kidneys are in danger.

Studies have shown that intensive urine output monitoring helped detect AKI and improved outcomes. Yet, 74% of all patients do not receive intensive urinary output monitoring due to its difficulty.² 

Airlocks and dependent loops make the situation worse by causing urine to stop and remain motionless in the tubing.

Unlike traditional systems, Accuryn automates urine output using patented active drain line clearance. Accuryn's system is also designed to prevent backflow.

This allows Accuryn to help prevent retained urine and reduces false oliguria.³
 

intra-abdominal pressure at the push of a button. 

Intra-Abdominal Hypertension (IAH) and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome (ACS) are a major cause of multi-organ failure in critically ill patients.

IAH has a prevalence of at least 50% of ICU patients and is an independent risk factor for death, with 5% progressing to Abdominal Compartment Syndrome .*¹ *²  

Each time a patient progresses to ACS, hospitals lost approximately $598,000 for emergent surgery to save a patient from death.*³

Accuryn's smart sensing Foley has a built-in sensor at the tip of the catheter and can provide realtime IAP measurements all at the simple push of a button.
Want to see how accuryn can help you? Request a virtual demo!

References

Urine Output
1. JLewington AJ, Cerdá J, Mehta RL. Raising Awareness of Acute Kidney Injury: A Global Perspective of a Silent Killer. Kidney international. 2013;84(3):457-467.  Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3758780/pdf/nihms463902.pdf Accessed August 24, 2017.
2. Intensive Monitoring of Urine Output Is Associated With Increased Detection of Acute Kidney Injury and Improved Outcomes Kui Jin-Raghavan Murugan-Florentina Sileanu-Emily Foldes-Priyanka Priyanka-Gilles Clermont-John Kellum – Chest – 2017
3. Kramer GC, Luxon E, Wolf J., et al. Inaccuracy of Urine Output Measurements Due to Urinary Retention in Catheterized Patients in the Burn ICU. Jour Burn Care & Research.2017;38(1):e409-e417.

*Intra-Abdominal Pressure
*1. Malbrain M. Different Techniques to Measure Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP): Time for a Critical Re-Appraisal. In: M.R. Pinsky et al, eds. Applied Physiology in Intensive Care Medicine
*2: Physiological Reviews and Editorials. Berlin: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg; 2012:13-27. 7. Lee RK. Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: A Comprehensive Overview. Crit Care Nurse. 20212; 32(1):19-31. Available at: http:/ ccn.aacnjournals.org/content/32/1/19.long Accessed August 23, 2017.
*3. Cheatham ML, Safcsak K, SugrueM. Long-Term Implications of Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Physical, Mental and Financial. Am Surg. 2011 Jul;77 Suppl 1:S78-82.
critical care.
smarter.
"This technology has the potential to open new opportunities for earlier diagnosis, strategic interventions, and better overall patient care."
Gregory Schears, MD 
Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Mayo Clinic
Want to see how accuryn can help you? Request a virtual demo!

the vital signs you need, all in one platform.

automated urine drainage
sensor-based foley catheter for intra-abdominal pressure
core body temperature
monitor captures data
and sends to emr

transforming the traditional foley into a powerful sensor

The Accuryn Monitoring System transforms the traditional Foley catheter into a next-generation sensor for accurate, real-time measurement of urine output (UO), intra-abdominal pressure (IAP), and core body temperature (Temp) to help guide care.

precision fluid management starts with automated 
urine output. 

Close to 300,000 people die every year  from Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in the U.S.¹ 

Critically ill patients need consistent monitoring but without the right tools clinicians don't know when the kidneys are in danger.

Studies have shown that intensive urine output monitoring helped detect AKI and improved outcomes. Yet, 74% of all patients do not receive intensive urinary output monitoring due to its difficulty.² 

Airlocks and dependent loops make the situation worse by causing urine to stop and remain motionless in the tubing.

Unlike traditional systems, Accuryn automates urine output using patented active drain line clearance. Accuryn's system is also designed to prevent backflow.

This allows Accuryn to help prevent retained urine and reduces false oliguria.³
 

intra-abdominal pressure at the push of a button. 

Intra-Abdominal Hypertension (IAH) and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome (ACS) are a major cause of multi-organ failure in critically ill patients.

IAH has a prevalence of at least 50% of ICU patients and is an independent risk factor for death, with 5% progressing to Abdominal Compartment Syndrome .*¹ *²  

Each time a patient progresses to ACS, hospitals lost approximately $598,000 for emergent surgery to save a patient from death.*³

Accuryn's smart sensing Foley has a built-in sensor at the tip of the catheter and can provide realtime IAP measurements all at the simple push of a button.

References

Urine Output
1. JLewington AJ, Cerdá J, Mehta RL. Raising Awareness of Acute Kidney Injury: A Global Perspective of a Silent Killer. Kidney international. 2013;84(3):457-467.  Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3758780/pdf/nihms463902.pdf Accessed August 24, 2017.
2. Intensive Monitoring of Urine Output Is Associated With Increased Detection of Acute Kidney Injury and Improved Outcomes Kui Jin-Raghavan Murugan-Florentina Sileanu-Emily Foldes-Priyanka Priyanka-Gilles Clermont-John Kellum – Chest – 2017
3. Kramer GC, Luxon E, Wolf J., et al. Inaccuracy of Urine Output Measurements Due to Urinary Retention in Catheterized Patients in the Burn ICU. Jour Burn Care & Research.2017;38(1):e409-e417.

*Intra-Abdominal Pressure
*1. Malbrain M. Different Techniques to Measure Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP): Time for a Critical Re-Appraisal. In: M.R. Pinsky et al, eds. Applied Physiology in Intensive Care Medicine
*2: Physiological Reviews and Editorials. Berlin: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg; 2012:13-27. 7. Lee RK. Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: A Comprehensive Overview. Crit Care Nurse. 20212; 32(1):19-31. Available at: http:/ ccn.aacnjournals.org/content/32/1/19.long Accessed August 23, 2017.
*3. Cheatham ML, Safcsak K, SugrueM. Long-Term Implications of Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Physical, Mental and Financial. Am Surg. 2011 Jul;77 Suppl 1:S78-82.
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