In the ICU, time is of the essence.

Especially for patients at risk of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).
Early detection of changes in renal function is critical for preventing disease progression.
That’s where real-time monitoring of urine flow can make all the difference…

In the ICU, time is of the essence.
In particular, for patients at risk of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).
Early detection of changes in renal function is critical for preventing disease progression.
That’s where real-time monitoring of urine flow can make all the difference…

Clarity RMS is a critical care monitoring system that continuously measures urine flow, automatically transmitting to the medical staff real-time data, and alerts of fluctuations, on a 24/7 basis. This information, which reflects changes in renal function, provides an early sign of AKI risk and facilitates rapid intervention. In addition, it is invaluable for monitoring treatment efficacy and managing fluid balance.

Real-time data: from bedside to clinicians

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Automatic
Measurements

No manual intervention; reduced risk of contamination; not subject to human error

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Reliable
Data

Accurate, direct readings of actual urine flow at catheter entry point

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Full
Connectivity

Continuous transmission of
the data to all hospital
information systems

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Real-Time
Alerts

of suboptimal urine flow rate,
based on the RIFLE, AKIN,
and KDIGO criteria

The Impact of ICU-Acquired AKI

57%
of ICU patients
develop AKI

Mortality rate
is increased
5-foldin ICU patients
with AKI

Clarity RMS –  Setting New Standards

Better Medical Care

  • Early detection of changes in renal function
  • Early prevention of ICU-Acquired AKI
  • Real-time monitoring of treatment efficacy & fluid management

Better ICU Economics

  • Reduced length of ICU stay & readmissions
  • Reduced ICU costs
  • Improved ICU Efficiency & Performance