CompuFlo® Instrument

Improve Epidural Rates, Reduce Complications and Lower Costs

The CompuFlo instrument offers objective detection of pressure changes to verify true loss of resistance and confirm epidural space within minutes.

CompuFlo® Instrument

Setup Instructions

CompuFlo® Epidural Instrument

1
Turn on the CompuFlo® instrument.
Turn on the CompuFlo® instrument.
2
Take out the disposables package.
Take out the disposables package.
3
Unpackage the disposables.
Unpackage the disposables.
4
Connect the pre-filled saline syringe to the pressure sensor.
Connect the pre-filled saline syringe to the pressure sensor.
5
Insert the syringe into the syringe receptacle until it is fully seated.
Insert the syringe into the syringe receptacle until it is fully seated.
6
Firmly insert the ID adaptor into the ID adaptor port on the right side of the instrument.
Firmly insert the ID adaptor into the ID adaptor port on the right side of the instrument.
7
Select the desired epidural needle size.
Select the desired epidural needle size.
8
Approve the choices. Auto-purge starts and fills the extension tubing with fluid.
Approve the choices. Auto-purge starts and fills the extension tubing with fluid.

Learn

Anesthesiologists can reduce risk of dural punctures and improve patient outcomes with CompuFlo instrument.

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Benefits

benefits

Confirmation

Subjective tactile feel + objective DPS - differentiates between true loss and false loss of resistance

Optimize

No longer procedural time compared to the loss of resistance technique for labor and delivery.

Efficient

Clinicians can successfully perform epidural procedures with fewer attempts

Effective

Detects subtle pressure changes four times a second, making it extremely responsive to minor pressure changes

Verification

Precisely controls the flow rate of fluid with real-time feedback, based on exit pressure at the needle tip

Precise

CompuWave™ display that shows the pulsatile waveform found in the epidural space confirming needle and catheter placement