Integrated Hemodynamic Management (IHM) is a new concept that requires correction of hemodynamic modulators in order to achieve simultaneously normal blood pressure and normal cardiac output
Essential hypertension is the result of alteration in any (or any combination) of the hemodynamic modulators (volemia, inotropy and vasoactivity)
Correct treatment of hypertension should involve identification and correction of the hemodynamic modulators – volemia, inotropy, vasoactivity.
In daily practice is impossible to predict which hemodynamic modulator is altered (in order to select the most appropriate drug/combination of drugs) and in what proportion (in order to chose the right dose)
The modern hypertension approach - IHM - refer to the targeted correction of the hemodynamic modulators in order to achieve simultaneously normal blood pressure and normal cardiac output
HOTMAN System is the only system that allows Integrated Hemodynamic Management, offering individualized treatment with proper class of drugs in optimal dosage for each hypertensive patient.
During your participation to the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress, Amsterdam, Saturday, August 31 through Wednesday, September 4 2013, it is a great pleasure to invite you to pay us a visit at Hemo Sapiens Exhibition Booth, No B303. Our specialists will provide you more information regarding HOTMAN® Integrated Hemodynamic Management System.
We look forward to meet you soon in Amsterdam!
Thank you for visiting us in 23rd European Meeting on Hypertension&Cardiovascular Protection, Milano, 14-17 of June, in Hemo Sapiens Exhibition and for your presence in the educational session "HOW TO IMPROVE HYPERTENSION CONTROL IN YEAR 2013 "
BEAUTY Study ( Better control of blood pressure in hypertensive pAtients monitored Using the HOTMAN® sYstem) has been completed!
The observational study "IDENTIFICATION OF THE HEMODYNAMIC MODULATORS (VOLEMIA, INOTROPY AND VASOACTIVITY) AND HEMODYNAMIC STATUS IN UNCONTROLLED HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS", conducted in nine European Excellence Centers for Hypertension, was recently published in Blood Press. 2013 Apr 23.