Zynex Monitoring Solutions

Zynex Monitoring Solutions is driven to improve the quality of care for patients by
the development of innovative patient monitoring solutions for medical professionals.



Today's Need For A Blood Volume Monitor

Two Wall Street Journal articles have highlighted the potential and immediate need
for a blood volume monitor which could help avoid adverse effects from excessive
blood loss in the emergency room, during or after surgery.



Today's Need For A Blood Volume Monitor

Morbidity – Today’s Need for a Blood Volume Monitor

Inadequate blood flow to a tissue (ischemia) will place the body in a stressed state. Complications from ischemia may include infection, organ damage or exacerbation of a pre-existing condition. Immediate diagnosis of ischemia is critical to avoid irreversible cell damage or cell death.



Morbidity – Today’s Need for a Blood Volume Monitor

Clinical Evaluation - Today’s Need For A
Blood Volume Monitor


Circulating blood volume tests can take as long as 1.5 hours for results.
Result wait times can contribute to delayed clinical intervention which
increases the risk of further blood loss complications and raise the cost
of patient care.

Clinical Evaluation - Today’s Need For A Blood Volume Monitor

Cost of Patient Care - Today’s Need For A
Blood Volume Monitor


Circulating blood volume tests can take as long as 1.5 hours for results.
The US Federal Government spent $4.4 billion on care associated
with adverse events. Inadequate patient monitoring or assessment
were identified for preventing adverse events.

Cost of Patient Care - Today’s Need For A Blood Volume Monitor