While the Monitoring Page provides information which parameters
are within a normal range and which are not, the Hemodynamic Management Screen
(above) provides the information why are some of the hemodynamic parameters
outside of their normal ranges.
Information on this Screen consists of four parts:
The same analog signals, as on the Monitoring Page, are on the left
The hemodynamic state of a patient is expressed by the yellow hexagonal dot on a hemodynamic map; its coordinate values of MAP and SI are the same as in the corresponding Monitoring Screen
The loci of normohemodynamic state are outlined on the hemodynamic map by the white hexagon delineated by normotension and normodynamic blood flow
the percentage deviations in MAP from ideal normotension and in SI from ideal normodynamic state are displayed below the hemodynamic map on the left under the heading Hemodynamic State
the percentage deviations in Hemodynamic Modulators (i.e., the causes of observed hemodynamic state) from their respective normal levels are described below the map on the right.
Obviously, the listed deviations in hemodynamic modulators (the causes of the observed abnormal hemodynamic state) provide therapeutic guideline for the clinician as to administer such therapy which will result in normovolemia, normoinotropy, normovasoactivity and normochronotropy. Only such patient can become normotensive and normodynamic and be in normoperfusion state: