The Crit-Line III monitor offers easy-to-interpret patient profiles that can help the clinician improve the accuracy of treatment assessment and intervention during hemodialysis. By monitoring blood volume percent changes, caregivers can adjust treatment as necessary to maximize fluid removal and prevent common symptoms of dialysis, such as nausea, vomiting and cramping.
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