Hemodynamic Monitoring
Early Detection of Worsening Heart Failure

The goal of hemodynamic monitoring is to achieve and maintain opti-volemic status. Pulmonary artery (PA) pressure changes are an accurate marker of volume status and are an early and leading indicator of worsening heart failure.1

Clinical studies demonstrated that medication changes based on PA pressure monitoring led to:
  • 37%
    Reduction in heart failure hospitalizations2
  • Improvement in patient quality of life metrics2
  • 57%
    Reduction in mortality for patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF)3

Hemodynamic monitoring may also enable efficient and timely optimization of therapy for patients with pulmonary hypertension.

Data-driven Platform for a Comprehensive Picture of Heart Failure

  • Extends clinical care into the home through remote physiologic monitoring and heart failure guideline-directed assessments
  • Detects early signs of worsening heart failure to enable proactive guideline-directed care
  • Strengthens patient-provider communication via user-friendly care portals
  • Designed for all of your advanced heart failure patients, with or without the Cordella™ PA pressure sensor for hemodynamic monitoring

care plans

Proactively manage
patients from their

Fine-tune therapies
as needed

Enhance patient-provider

Cordella™ PA Pressure Sensor
& Handheld Reader

Implantable device provides accurate, on-demand measurements of PA pressure
Portable handheld reader allows patient to transmit data at their convenience
Seamless integration into the myCordella™ Patient Management Portal

Simplifying Heart Failure Management

Integrating guideline-based care, coordination and communication for advanced heart failure
patients into one system.

  • Eases transmission of physiologic and hemodynamic monitoring data to the care team
  • Strengthens patient connection to clinicians
  • Enhances clinician-patient communication, empowering patients to manage their care
  • Displays key clinical metrics to streamline care management
  • Automated reminders for routine follow-up
  • Clinician-defined notifications
  • Automated support documentation for reimbursement

1 Heidenreich PA, et al. Forecasting the Impact of Heart Failure in the U.S. Circ Heart Fail. 2013 May; 6(3): 606–19.
2 Abraham WT et al. Wireless pulmonary artery haemodynamic monitoring in chronic heart failure: a randomized control study. Lancet. 2011 Feb 19;377(9766):658-66.
3 Abraham WT, Adamson PB, et al. (2015, March). Pulmonary artery pressure management in heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction significantly reduces heart failure hospitalizations and mortality above and beyond background guideline-directed medical therapy. Abstract 902-04 presented at ACC 2015, San Diego, California.