The INVOS™ Cerebral/Somatic Oximeter

The full physiologic perspective, when it absolutely matters.
 

The INVOS™ system is the clinical standard in regional oximetry monitoring. It’s also the most widely used regional oximeter in the world12 – for a reason. The INVOS system has been proven by extensive clinical investigations to improve patient outcomes.6,7 Unique INVOS™ technology enables clinicians to detect subtle, physiologic changes in saturation and cerebral perfusion in order to make timely, critical lifesaving decisions for improved patient outcomes.

 

There’s no better choice for better patient outcomes. Here’s why:

 

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  1. INVOS™ 5100C Operator's Manual
  2. Vasdekis SN, Tsivgoulis G, Athanasiadis D, et al. Cerebrovascular reactivity assessment in patients with carotid Artery Disease: A combined TCD and NIRS study. J Neuroimaging. 2012;22(3):261-265. [ View Abstract ]
  3. Rubio A, Hakami L, Münch F, Tandler R, Harig F, Weyand M. Noninvasive control during low-flow antegrade selective cerebral perfusion on adults and infants in the aortic arch surgery. J Card Surg. 2008;23(5):474-479. [ View Abstract ]
  4. Van der Laan ME, Verhagen EA, Bos AF, Berger RMF, Kooi EMW. Effect of balloon atrial septostomy on cerebral oxygenation in neonates with transposition of the great arteries. Pediatr Res. 2013;73(1):62-67. [ View Abstract ]
  5. Uchino H, Nakamura T, Kuroda S, Houkin K, Murata J, Saito H. Intraoperative dual monitoring during carotid endarterectomy using motor evoked potentials and near-infrared spectroscopy. World Neurosurg. 2012;78(6):651-657. [ View Abstract ]
  6. Casati A, Fanelli G, Pietropaoli P, et al. Continuous monitoring of cerebral oxygen saturation in elderly patients undergoing major abdominal surgery minimizes brain exposure to potential hypoxia. Anesth Analg. 2005;101(3):740-747. [ View Abstract ]
  7. Murkin JM, Adams SJ, Novick RJ, et al. Monitoring brain oxygen saturation during coronary bypass surgery: a randomized, prospective study. Anesth Analg. 2007;104(1):51-58. [ View Abstract ]
  8. Deshamps A, Lambert J, Couture P, et al. Reversal of decreases in cerebral saturation in high-risk cardiac surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2013;27(6):1260-1266. [ View Abstract ]
  9. Leontyev S, Borger MA, Legare J-F, et al. Iatrogenic type a aortic dissection during cardiac procedures: early and late outcome in 48 patients. Eur J Cardio-Thorac. 2012;41(3):641-646. [ View Abstract ]
  10. Slater JP, Guarino T, Stack J, et al. Cerebral oxygen desaturation predicts cognitive decline and longer hospital stay after cardiac surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 2009;87(1):35-44.
  11. Goldman S, Sutter F, Ferdinand F, Trace C. Optimizing intraoperative cerebral oxygen delivery using noninvasive cerebral oximetry decreases the incidence of stroke for cardiac surgical patients. Heart Surg Forum. 2004;7(5):E376-381. [ View Abstract ]
  12. Market share based on data provided by Millennium Research Group.

 

The Clinical Standard

When it comes to clinical evidence, the INVOS™ cerebral/somatic oximeter stands alone.

 

Clinicians around the world have come to rely on the INVOS™ system to guide their decisions in critical situations. Their trust has been earned through both clinical performance and by extensive published research. For those reasons, the INVOS system is the clinical standard in regional oximetry. The only NIRS technology with improved patient outcomes labeling.6,7,11 The only cerebral oximeter on the market to be tested and validated under varying levels of CO2. Documented clinical performance.12 Clinical studies using the INVOS system demonstrate decreased occurrence of postoperative complications and improved outcomes.

 

 

The only NIRS technology with improved patient outcomes labeling. 6,7,11

 

 

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  1. INVOS™ 5100C Operator's Manual
  2. Vasdekis SN, Tsivgoulis G, Athanasiadis D, et al. Cerebrovascular reactivity assessment in patients with carotid Artery Disease: A combined TCD and NIRS study. J Neuroimaging. 2012;22(3):261-265. [ View Abstract ]
  3. Rubio A, Hakami L, Münch F, Tandler R, Harig F, Weyand M. Noninvasive control during low-flow antegrade selective cerebral perfusion on adults and infants in the aortic arch surgery. J Card Surg. 2008;23(5):474-479. [ View Abstract ]
  4. Van der Laan ME, Verhagen EA, Bos AF, Berger RMF, Kooi EMW. Effect of balloon atrial septostomy on cerebral oxygenation in neonates with transposition of the great arteries. Pediatr Res. 2013;73(1):62-67. [ View Abstract ]
  5. Uchino H, Nakamura T, Kuroda S, Houkin K, Murata J, Saito H. Intraoperative dual monitoring during carotid endarterectomy using motor evoked potentials and near-infrared spectroscopy. World Neurosurg. 2012;78(6):651-657. [ View Abstract ]
  6. Casati A, Fanelli G, Pietropaoli P, et al. Continuous monitoring of cerebral oxygen saturation in elderly patients undergoing major abdominal surgery minimizes brain exposure to potential hypoxia. Anesth Analg. 2005;101(3):740-747. [ View Abstract ]
  7. Murkin JM, Adams SJ, Novick RJ, et al. Monitoring brain oxygen saturation during coronary bypass surgery: a randomized, prospective study. Anesth Analg. 2007;104(1):51-58. [ View Abstract ]
  8. Deshamps A, Lambert J, Couture P, et al. Reversal of decreases in cerebral saturation in high-risk cardiac surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2013;27(6):1260-1266. [ View Abstract ]
  9. Leontyev S, Borger MA, Legare J-F, et al. Iatrogenic type a aortic dissection during cardiac procedures: early and late outcome in 48 patients. Eur J Cardio-Thorac. 2012;41(3):641-646. [_View_Abstract_]
  10. Slater JP, Guarino T, Stack J, et al. Cerebral oxygen desaturation predicts cognitive decline and longer hospital stay after cardiac surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 2009;87(1):35-44.
  11. Goldman S, Sutter F, Ferdinand F, Trace C. Optimizing intraoperative cerebral oxygen delivery using noninvasive cerebral oximetry decreases the incidence of stroke for cardiac surgical patients. Heart Surg Forum. 2004;7(5):E376-381. [ View Abstract ]
  12. Market share based on data provided by Millennium Research Group.

Register to download the

COMPLEX AORTIC MONOGRAPH

Complex Aortic Monograph – INVOS™ Monitoring in Complex Aortic Procedures

The complimentary Complex Aortic Monograph will be available for download after you fill out the registration form.

Required*

Submit
  1. INVOS™ 5100C Operator's Manual
  2. Vasdekis SN, Tsivgoulis G, Athanasiadis D, et al. Cerebrovascular reactivity assessment in patients with carotid Artery Disease: A combined TCD and NIRS study. J Neuroimaging. 2012;22(3):261-265. [ View Abstract ]
  3. Rubio A, Hakami L, Münch F, Tandler R, Harig F, Weyand M. Noninvasive control during low-flow antegrade selective cerebral perfusion on adults and infants in the aortic arch surgery. J Card Surg. 2008;23(5):474-479. [ View Abstract ]
  4. Van der Laan ME, Verhagen EA, Bos AF, Berger RMF, Kooi EMW. Effect of balloon atrial septostomy on cerebral oxygenation in neonates with transposition of the great arteries. Pediatr Res. 2013;73(1):62-67. [ View Abstract ]
  5. Uchino H, Nakamura T, Kuroda S, Houkin K, Murata J, Saito H. Intraoperative dual monitoring during carotid endarterectomy using motor evoked potentials and near-infrared spectroscopy. World Neurosurg. 2012;78(6):651-657. [ View Abstract ]
  6. Casati A, Fanelli G, Pietropaoli P, et al. Continuous monitoring of cerebral oxygen saturation in elderly patients undergoing major abdominal surgery minimizes brain exposure to potential hypoxia. Anesth Analg. 2005;101(3):740-747. [ View Abstract ]
  7. Murkin JM, Adams SJ, Novick RJ, et al. Monitoring brain oxygen saturation during coronary bypass surgery: a randomized, prospective study. Anesth Analg. 2007;104(1):51-58. [ View Abstract ]
  8. Deshamps A, Lambert J, Couture P, et al. Reversal of decreases in cerebral saturation in high-risk cardiac surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2013;27(6):1260-1266. [ View Abstract ]
  9. Leontyev S, Borger MA, Legare J-F, et al. Iatrogenic type a aortic dissection during cardiac procedures: early and late outcome in 48 patients. Eur J Cardio-Thorac. 2012;41(3):641-646. [_View_Abstract_]
  10. Slater JP, Guarino T, Stack J, et al. Cerebral oxygen desaturation predicts cognitive decline and longer hospital stay after cardiac surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 2009;87(1):35-44.
  11. Goldman S, Sutter F, Ferdinand F, Trace C. Optimizing intraoperative cerebral oxygen delivery using noninvasive cerebral oximetry decreases the incidence of stroke for cardiac surgical patients. Heart Surg Forum. 2004;7(5):E376-381. [ View Abstract ]
  12. Market share based on data provided by Millennium Research Group.