Cardiology Informatics

Xper Flex Cardio Physiomonitoring System

Monitoring system

Product number:

NOCTN86

Xper Flex Cardio Physiomonitoring system combines flexibility suitable for a host of interventional environments with clinical decision support tools that aid efficient diagnosis.

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Features
Small size - Space saving design || KBA1
Small size - Space saving design

Small size - Space saving design

Xper Flex Cardio packs a lot into a small package. At just 4.4 lbs. (2.0 kg) and 7.5" x 6" x 10" (19 cm x 15 cm x 25 cm), the device is six times smaller and four times lighter than previous systems and fits easily into most spaces.
Integrated FFR capabilities - Actiona... || KBA2
Integrated FFR capabilities - Actionable ischemic measurements

Integrated FFR capabilities - Actionable ischemic measurements

To help assess ischemia, the system integrates Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), a lesion-specific, physiological index, displays the measurements in real time, stores them as part of hemodynamic record, and automaticlly populates reports.
Proven ECG technology - Assess patien... || KBA3
Proven ECG technology - Assess patient status during procedure

Proven ECG technology - Assess patient status during procedure

Philips ST Maps provide a graphical indication of ST elevation or depression from 12 or 16-lead ECGs in both frontal & transverse planes to assess a patient’s condition, as well as to evaluate post-procedural success.
Actionable ischemic measurements || KBA4
Integrated FFR capabilities - Actionable ischemic measurements

Integrated FFR capabilities - Actionable ischemic measurements

To help assess ischemia, the system integrates Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), a lesion-specific, physiological index, displays the measurements in real time, stores them as part of hemodynamic record, and automaticlly populates reports.
Seamless integration - Tailored to yo... || KBA1
Seamless integration - Tailored to your workflow

Seamless integration - Tailored to your workflow

Xper Flex Cardio integrates with our Allura X-ray system, reducing manual entry. Direct control is via the tableside Xper Module. There is no need to change electrodes when transfering patients from IntelliVue monitors to Xper Flex Cardio.
Culprit Artery Detection - Easily pin... || KBA2
Culprit Artery Detection - Easily pinpoint occlusions

Culprit Artery Detection - Easily pinpoint occlusions

Culprit Artery Detection provides suggestions on the probable site of an occlusion prior to a cath procedure, saving valuable time and assisting with procedure planning.
Space-saving design || Efficient workflow

Space-saving design fits into nearly any area

With a small form factor of only 19 cm x 15.2 cm x 25.4 cm (7.5" x 6" x 10"), Xper Flex Cardio is designed to fit into nearly any space. It features a VESA mounting capability that enables mounting in varied locations.
DXL ECG Algorithm || Increased diagnostic confidenc

DXL ECG Algorithm delivers precision and consistency

Xper Flex Cardio features an algorithm that produces precise and consistent ECG measurements that are used to generate interpretive statements. By applying age- and gender-specific criteria, the algorithm provides ECG interpretation that helps clinicians accurately assess the cardiac state of patients.
Culprit Artery Detection || Interventional support

Culprit Artery Detection helps pinpoint occlusions

This feature provides suggestions on the probable site of an occlusion prior to a cath procedure, saving valuable time and assisting with procedure planning.
Decision support || Efficient workflow

Decision support aids efficient diagnosis

Xper Flex Cardio is packed with advanced clinical decision support features that deliver valuable patient information in the patient preparation room, during the interventional procedure, and in the recovery room. With just one click, you can capture the relevant data in an ECG report.
ST Maps || Interventional support

ST Maps help caregivers assess a patient's condition

Our patented ST Maps provide a graphical indication of ST elevation or depression from either 12- or 16-lead ECGs in both frontal and transverse planes. This helps physicians assess a patient's condition before and during a procedure, as well as evaluate the results of the intervention.
Integrated FFR || Efficient workflow

Integrated FFR enhances reporting

Xper Flex Cardio displays Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) measurements in real time, and then stores them as part of the hemodynamic and cath lab record, so that reports can be automatically populated with FFR data.
16-lead ECGs || Interventional support

16-lead ECGs provide more information

Xper Flex Cardio offers the choice of 12- or 16-lead ECGs. With four additional leads that can be used for improved detection of the right ventricular and posterior infarct, 16-lead ECG fills in the "blind spots" of a 12-lead ECG.
Critical Values || Efficient workflow

Critical Values highlight important findings

Critical Values are highly visible independent statements that appear on the ECG reports. These Critical Values statements highlight conditions requiring immediate clinical attention, and can be used to support discovery-to-treatment and quality initiatives.

Specifications Show all

Standard
12-lead ECG capability
Yes
4 invasive blood pressure channels
Yes
Non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP)
Yes
Pulse Oximetry (SPO2)
Yes
Respiration rate
Yes
Body surface temperature
Yes
Thermodilution cardiac output
Yes
Optional
Integrated FFR measurement
Volcano and St. Jude Medical
16-lead ECG capability
4 additional leads can be added for improved detection of the right ventricular and posterior infarct
Main and/or side stream EtCO2
Yes
Advanced ECG analysis
Using Philips DXL alghorithm
Integration with Allura system
Connected to monitors in the exam room
To monitor ceiling suspension or FlexVision
Table side module integration
Xper module control of hemodynamic functionality at table site