DynaPulse Pathway System
The DynaPulse Pathway System uses software patterned after the DynaPulse 200M series. Though this software has a newly designed algorithm that produces blood pressure measurements that correlate to readings obtained manually in a physician's office. The Pathway will track unlimited number of patients and their data while producing a choice of trend graphs to report the blood pressure measurements. With a couple of clicks you can easily upload data to the DynaPulse Analysis Center for further hemodynamic parameter studies. It is an auto-pump for easy cuff inflation and is AC/DC powered.
Each DynaPulse Pathway System package is complete with:
All DynaPulse monitors have an adjustable air release valve that allows the user to set the appropriate release rate of 30 +/- 5 seconds from start to finish of a measurement. Total measurement time of longer than 50 seconds may give higher systolic readings and/or "Increase High Range" error message due to the cuff pressure not being able to drop down below the diastolic point.
>It is NOT recommended to use any DynaPulse device on infants or newborns.
DynaPulse Pathway uses a single tube flat cuff and D-ring cuffs are available for easier self application.
The Measurement screen is the display of the results of a blood pressure reading. To the upper right side you will find the measurement results.
Along the lower portion is the Pulse Waveform, which is what you use to detect arrhythmia's and for validation purposes. Once you save the data it will automatically update all the trend information.
The Trend Graph is the first screen that appears when you click on a patient's name. This shows the blood pressure readings for that patient over time.
Visually you and your patient can easily see how their blood pressure is doing over time. Time is shown on the horizontal axis and the measurements are on the vertical axis.
The most important screen is the Trend Analysis. This provides a statistical report based on the Trend Graph. Use the Trend Analysis to document numerically the results of your interventions: