IQ System

The SeeMedX System offers a wide range of clinical utility. Its parameters provide information regarding left ventricular function, volume status, contractility, and afterload. The SeeMedX System allows the clinician to get an early look at a patient’s hemodynamic state and make interventions before a critical status has been reached, Its intuitive and simple presentation of objective hemodynamic information aids difficult symptom analysis. The SeeMedX System offers an accurate method to track cardiac function. Patients can be evaluated hemodynamically in any setting in less than ten minutes. The SeeMedX System allows the clinician to get an objective assessment of a patient’s hemodynamic status and to adjust therapy appropriately.


  • Heart Failure
  • Renal Failure
  • Dyspnea
  • Hypertension
  • Trauma
  • Patients with suspected or known cardiovascular disease
  • Differentiation of cardiogenic from pulmonary causes of acute dyspnea
  • Optimization of atrioventricular interval for patients with AV sequential cardiac pacemakers
  • Patients with need of determination for intravenous inotropic therapy
  • Patients with the need for fluid management
  • Critical Care

High Risk Pregnancy

  • Guide differential diagnosis and treatment options
  • Monitor drug titration and fluid management to evaluate and optimize treatment
  • Trend and detect hemodynamic changes for earlier intervention
  • Triage patients to appropriate level of care

Congestive Heart Failure

  • A quantifiable measurement of the effects of cardiac medications on both the power (CO/CI), timing (VET/PEP), resistance (SVR) and volume (Zo)
  • The added benefit that it does not require the patient to be hospitalized 
  • Easy to perform in the outpatient clinic
  • For Class Ill- IV heart failure patients requiring outpatient inotrope infusions, the System monitoring assists in determining an adequate dosage regimen through immediate noninvasive display of hemodynamic parameters.

Pacemaker Optimization

  • Various parameters (AV-delay, maximum pacing rate) of pacemakers require individual adjustment (which can be a time consuming process achieved by trial and error that may not reach the true optimum).
  • The SeeMedX System enables easily optimized pacemaker settings by measuring CO (cardiac output), VET (Ventricular Ejection Time) and PEP (Pre-Ejection Period).
  • In patients with dual-chamber pacemakers, cardiac output can vary significantly by altering the AV delay. With the rapid stroke volume determination available with the' System, cardiac outputs can be evaluated at a wide range of AV delays within minutes.

Heart Transplant

  • Decreased myocardial contractility is one of the first signs of early heart rejection.
  • The SeeMedX System monitoring can serve as a valuable noninvasive adjunct in monitoring for early rejection.


  • Assessing baseline hemodynamics and the interaction between blood pressure, flow, resistance, and fluid status assists in the selection and dosing of therapy.
  • Because hemodynamic information historically has not been available, many times patients are diuresed or beta blocked to the benefit of blood pressure but at the expense of overall vascular resistance and peripheral flow.
  • The SeeMedX System data can be used to verify a balanced treatment regimen by providing data on LV contractility (beta-blockers), Systemic Vascular Resistance (vasodilators), and fluid status (diuretics), to target therapy for each patient's unique needs.


  • Aid in the determination of Ideal Dry Weight
  • Assessing hemodynamic status during dialysis to evaluate and optimize patient condition and identify optimum fluid status and customize therapy for each patient
  • The SeeMedX System prevents hemodynamic crisis by trending and detecting changes in hemodynamics for earlier intervention