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CARDiac performance system

Accurate, Non-invasive

Hemodynamic Measurement

COVID-19 highlighted the acute need for non-invasive, point-of-care, remote monitoring

hemodynamic measurement solutions. Find out how CPS meets this need.

Advancing Cardiovascular Care

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Sensydia's mission is to advance cardiovascular and critical patient care by overcoming today's limitations in acquiring vital hemodynamic measures. The Sensydia Cardiac Performance System™ (CPS) is designed to deliver accuracy equivalent to gold-standard measures on a single, automated and non-invasive platform.

The Sensydia team has invested nearly a decade in R&D to create this highly differentiated platform. The CPS platform enables the rapid assessment of key metrics such as:

  • Ejection Fraction (EF) (FDA approved 2018)

  • Cardiac Output (CO)

  • Pulmonary Artery Pressure (PAP)

With further development, the measurement capabilities of the CPS will also be used to automatically detect cardiac abnormalities and rapidly screen for prevalent heart conditions at the point of care.

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vital measures in 3 Steps


Position disposable sensors on the patient with the help of a disposable, color coded application guide.

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On-screen guidance provides step-by-step instructions

simple enough to enable almost anyone to use the CPS system.


The CPS does the rest. Real-time measurements sent via WiFi or Bluetooth to tablet or standard monitoring platformand sent to the cloud.

Where can cps be used?


CPS works seamlessly in the ICU, ER and at the bedside to assess heart failure, trauma and other critical patients including those in shock. CPS can help manage fluids and objectively assess whether a patient is ready for release, helping improve outcomes, while reducing cost and risk of readmission.



Instead of referring patients out for labs or catheterization, a nurse can apply CPS to enable real-time, objective, informed decisions about whether to catheterize, admit, or manage through ongoing monitoring. Simplified access to these key measures enables earlier detection of heart failure and other cardio-pulmonary issues to improve outcomes, reduce readmissions, and reduce costs.

Over Telemedicine

The COVID-19 crisis highlights the acute need for non-invasive, point-of-care, remote hemodynamic monitoring solutions that can be deployed without exposing patients, especially those with heart and pulmonary conditions, to unnecessary risk. CPS is easy to use, enabling patients or caretakers to deploy it at home, so physicians can effectively monitor cardiac performance without seeing a patient in clinic or implanting a monitoring device.

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Sensydia CPS Clinical Device

a new standard in Hemodynamic

Hemodynamic measurements are used to assess the most critical of heart functions and guide crucial clinical decisions. Measures like blood pressure, heart rate and ECG are widely available, but ‘advanced’ measures like Cardiac Output (CO), Pulmonary Artery Pressure (PAP), and Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction (EF) currently require specialized equipment and skilled operators.


With the versatile CPS platform, acquiring advanced hemodynamic measures is as simple as a routine blood pressure assessment. Our mission is to make these measures widely available to hospitals and clinics to advance care for heart failure, sepsis, and other critical cardiovascular conditions.

Advanced hemodynamic measurements

Getting Started With CPS

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