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

Kohler Uncovers: Uscom

Watch the Eureka Report video interview with Uscom CEO Prof Rob Phillips

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

Watch the 'How it Works' Video

How It Works
News and Events

Latest News

  • New Publication - Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Children
  • Professor Brendan Smith at ACEM2015 Summary
  • Kohler Uncovers Uscom
  • New Publication - Pediatric Invasive Validation
  • Professor Brendan Smith at ACEM 2015
  • ISSHP European Congress 2015
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Recent Announcements

  • Uscom Customer Receipts Up 72% In First Half
  • Non-invasive BP+ Equal to Catheters for Central Blood Pressure in Children
  • New SpiroSonic Series of Asthma Products
  • USCOM can Replace Cardiac Catheters in Children
  • Uscom Establishes UK Subsidiary
  • Uscom Completes Thor Acquisition
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Upcoming Events

  • Pre Hypertension 2016 , Venice, Italy - Mar 03
  • Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine (APEM), Orlando, FL, USA - Mar 08
  • CMDA, The 6th National NICU Congress , Beijing, China - Mar 18
  • 82nd Annual Meeting German Society of Cardiology, Mannheim, Germany - Mar 30
  • 63rd Annual Meeting German Society of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Leipzig, Germany - Apr 14
  • College of Anaesthetists Ireland Annual Congress of Anaesthesia, Belfield, Dublin - May 19
Future Events

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USCOM helps to save baby

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