|Reviewable analysis techniques to obtain BP measurement
Artifact is unavoidable in ABP testing. Fortunately, there is a way to eliminate artifact, which is by utilizing the SHINOVA approach to ABPM analysis. Without utilizing SHINOVA technology, physicians have to interpret tabulated numerical data. Determining valid data from artifact can be difficult to distinguish. Unfortunately, traditional ABPM systems use technology that cannot properly distinguish artifact from true wave-form. However, the SHINOVA ABP monitor validates each measurement readings completely transparent, and its real-time testing is combined with review analysis. Physicians can determine instantly whether the data is true or false according to the original artery pulsation waveform. Our ABPM effectively screens errors and detects artifact, thus determining real blood pressure statistics to ensure an effective credible report.
Versatility and durability
rewards you in the long run Highly integrated design saves space and ultimately improves the performance and reliability, adding to the recorders durability and impact and shock-resistance. Specially-designed pressure security system will not allow overpressure or air deflation failure. Automatically monitors battery life and automatically stopping in the event of voltage insufficiency. Patient account information can be loaded into the recorder in advance avoiding possible mistakes, an appealing feature for multiple recorder facilities. SHINOVA presents products with infinite upgrading potential, thus ensuring future software and hardware upgrading at inimum cost.
Widen dynamic range
The degree of the artery pulsation signals differs greatly in patients. The strongest signal may be more than 10 times that of the weakest. This is a main reason that can cause failure with virtually all automatic testing of blood pressure. Our introduction of advanced AGC (auto-gain-control) technology and components with a large dynamic range, which automatically adjusts to the variation of the patients pulsation signal range.
Highly intellectualized airflow control
For correct blood pressure analysis, a system must take in account that the pressure of the inflated cuff on the designated site be slightly higher than the systolic blood pressure. The self-fluctuation of the human bodys BP makes practical systolic blood pressure value relatively hard to accurately estimate. The traditional testing method offered one-time detection of systolic blood pressure using 40-60mmHg as a standard for the inflated component. However, this method has two obvious deficiencies: overpressure on the inflated object and long inflation time. These two deficiencies make it difficult to achieve accurate results while also being uncomfortable on patients. The result of BP fluctuation and the inaccuracies of former systolic blood pressure systems are common due to flawed techniques used to obtain systolic blood pressure.Eventually such methods fail and then re-inflation incurs to re-test. SHINOVA ABPM automatically identifies the artery pulsation during the inflation process, inflating while pre-measuring, so it inflates to the proper pressure. The unique function of automatic air inflation maximizes at 90mmHg, accurately compensating any sudden increase of blood pressure. The other important factor that influences the accuracy of BP testing is the deflation speed. Improper inflation and deflation speeds produce in-accuracy. The more rapid the deflation, the less accurate are the results. If the deflation speed is too slow, the testing time will be prolonged, thus the patient can experience significant discomfort which can affect the results due to the increased stimulus. The traditional BP devices utilizes mechanical non-linear deflation components, while deflation speed is permanently set without adjustability, this effects the inflation and deflation speed, especially for obese patients or patients with larger appendages (it is common for testing to be extended in these circumstances adding minutes to the analysis, again causing additional discomfort). For patients with smaller appendages the deflation speed is often too fast (it is common in these circumstances for the deflation process to be under 10 seconds, this method produces obvious
in-accurate results). The SHINOVA technology, integrates multiple control techniques, liquid control and pattern recognition during the analysis processing, thus extruding accurate results. SHINOVA ABPM introduces precise digital valve and advanced digital speed control technology to identify linear smooth deflation. This technology intellectually identifies the arm size and the blood pressure of the patient. The deflation speed is constantly controlled on any patient, so the accuracy is
increased significantly during the linear speed deflation process. The process completely imitates the auscultation process of physicians, achieving accurate results from the data gathering process.
Quick and accurate analyzing system
Highly integrated design saves space and ultimately improves the performance and reliability, adding to the recorders urability and impact and shock-resistance. Specially-designed pressure security system will not allow overpressure or air deflation failure. Automatically monitors battery life and automatically stopping in the event of voltage insufficiency.
Patient account information can be loaded into the recorder in advance avoiding possible mistakes, an appealing feature for multiple recorder facilities. SHINOVA presents products with infinite upgrading potential, thus ensuring future software and hardware upgrading at minimum cost.