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Autologs™ 1.2 is the latest update to our industry-leading device management service, providing transparent data as an integral part of the user-friendly HeartWare™ HVAD™ System.
Autologs provides on-demand logfile data when it matters most: during the patient’s visit.
Use Autologs 1.2 reports to:
Comprehensive logfile data is delivered in seconds, right to your computer, so you can instantly access the data during the clinic visit, instead of hours later, streamlining device management. Report time frames range from 3 to 90 days allowing you greater flexibility with adapting reports to meet your needs.
The HVAD Waveform is a visualization of blood flow through the HVAD, which is generated by 3 factors:
Every 15 minutes, the controller records the flow from the waveform and the pump's speed and power into its logfiles. It also records all medium- and high-priority alarms at the time they occur. The controller can store up to 30 days of pump parameter data before overwriting the data in a first in/first out fashion.
When sent to the Autologs service, the data contained in the logfiles is charted and organized in a way to simplify pump performance interpretation. The data shown in the reports is summarized to help the user identify major and long-term trends.
Download the latest resources to learn more about HeartWare HVAD System Autologs.
The Autologs Atlas has been updated to include an overview of new features along with a background on logfiles, how to customize your report, logfile scenarios and many more helpful resources.
The Autologs 1.2 pocket guide provides an overview of the logfile components and what to keep in mind when reviewing an Autologs report.
In this case study from the University of California, San Francisco, the patient's logfiles were one of the tools that provided the team insight in determining restored LV function in the HVAD patient.