As the exclusive North American distributor of CD Leycom®’s Inca® Pressure-Volume (PV) Loop System, Millar offers a complete clinical PV loop solution for cardiac function analysis. The Inca PV Loop System enables real-time hemodynamic monitoring by analyzing the pressure-volume relationship, cardiac contractile state and intraventricular dyssynchrony from a single PV loop catheter during cardiac catheterization procedures.
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The Inca intracardiac analyzer is the world’s only clinically approved intracardiac pressure-volume analysis device. The Inca delivers greater insight into a patient’s cardiac function, providing clinicians with:
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Millar is the exclusive distributor of the CD Leycom Inca PV Loop System and catheters in North America. Inca and CD Leycom are registered trademarks of CD Leycom.
|Heart Rate||Max and Min Pressure|
|Max and Min Volume||Elastance (EDPVR)|
|Cardiac Output||Contractility Index (ESPVR)|
|Stroke Volume||Stroke Work|
|Pre-load Recruitable Stroke Work (PRSW)||Ejection Fraction|
|Tau||Time-Varying Maximum Elastance E(t)|
|End-Systolic Elastance (Ees)||Max and Min Ventricular dP/dt|
|Arterial Elastance (Ea)||Max and Min dV/dt|
Due to its compact design, the Inca can be seamlessly integrated into an existing cardiac catheterization lab, hybrid cath lab or operating theater. When combined with an optional cart, the Inca provides the mobile flexibility needed to move between multiple cath labs at a single facility.
The Inca ships with a medical, grade touch screen PC with the ConductNT software pre-installed. The ConductNT software provides hardware control, real-time data display and acquisition plus real-time analysis. Additional features include automatic calibration and automatic calculation and display of an intraventricular segmental dyssynchrony index.
Millar offers sterile, single-use CD Leycom® PV loop catheters in a 4F version with no lumen and a 7F version with a lumen for use with a 0.025” guidewire. The catheters are offered in several electrode spacing configurations to provide an optimal fit to the patient ventricle. More on PV conductance catheters.