While the Monitoring Screen 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 normal ranges.
Information on this Screen consists of four parts:
the same analog signals, as on the Monitoring Screen, are on the left
the hemodynamic state of a patient is expressed by the yellow dot on a hemodynamic map (the same data as in the Monitoring Screen) formed by MAP-SI relationship
the loci of normohemodynamic state are outlined by the hexagon
the percentage deviations in MAP from normotension and in SI from normodynamic state are displayed below the hemodynamic map on the left under the heading Hemodynamic State
the percentage deviations in Hemodynamic Modulators from their respective normal levels are described below the map on the right.