Noninvasive Hemodynamic Monitor

Improve Care

Reduce Risk

Reduce Cost

Clarifies hemodynamic status. Early diagnosis.
Simple, safe and fast. Reproducible and reliable.
Noninvasive cardiac output and stroke volume.
    BP+ with Central Blood Pressure.
Evidence and Education
Highlights

Uscom - Johnson & Johnson Innovation Company of the Year

Johnson & Johnson Innovation

Uscom has been awarded the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Industry Excellence Company of the Year Award for 2014.

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Making Sepsis a Curable Disease

USCOM and early Antibiotics are Associated with Reduced Mortality, Morbidity and Management Costs in Patients with Sepsis and Septic Shock

Improve Care

  • Individualized Optimization
  • Rapid diagnosis and treatment
  • Directed and appropriate treatment

Reduce Risk

  • No invasive lines
  • Easy to learn
  • Right medication at the right time

Reduce Cost

  • Fast, easy to learn and economical
  • No supplies and accessories
  • Reproducible and reliable

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How It Works
News and Events

Latest News

  • Professor Brendan Smith finalist in the Australian of the Year
  • Taiwan Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual meeting
  • Sepsis Day Jakarta
  • USCOM Workshop in Indonesia
  • World Congress on Paediatric Intensive and Critical Care Society 2014
  • USCOM on show in Thailand
  • Uscom partnership with Jinan Peoples Hospital, China
  • SCCM 2014
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Recent Announcements

  • Uscom - Johnson & Johnson Innovation Company of the Year
  • USCOM Sale into Space Program
  • Uscom Finalist in NSW Premier's Export Awards
  • USCOM Part of World Sepsis Day in London
  • New USCOM science in critical applications
  • TGA Approval for Uscom BP+ Central Blood Pressure
  • Uscom Annual Report 2014
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Upcoming Events

  • Maternal Hemodynamics, Hasselt, Belgium - Oct 16
  • Korea National ICU, Korea - Oct 17
  • ISSHP, New Orleans, USA - Oct 26
  • Neonatal Symposium, Poznan, Poland - Nov 01
Future Events

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USCOM helps to save baby

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