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Compass Compartment Pressure Testing Device

Measure Compartment pressure precisely in just seconds

Compass for Compartment pressure

 

When a crush injury, a car accident, or a sports injury occurs, it raises the question, “Does this patient have compartment syndrome?” Confirming compartment syndrome quickly and confidently can be difficult. Often, the current capital equipment is unavailable or locked up, and the consumable components are expired. Combine that with a surgeon in a scheduled procedure and the delays in treatment grow longer.

Confirmation in seconds with Compass.

Early detection of compartment syndrome is key to both management and treatment. The sterile, single-use Compass provides a simple, precise, indisputable digital pressure reading of compartment pressure instantly.

Compass gives you confidence to make the call.

  • Transducers measure pressure instantly and are disposable for savings and infection control
  • Much easier and more accurate setup than with traditional systems
  • Wide measurement range from -199 mmHg to 999 mmHg
  • Can also be ordered separately or added to any kit

The Compass disposable pressure transducer with integrated digital display is intended for measurement of physiological pressure.

Specifications

DIGITAL DISPLAYYES
HPIS CODE999_140_20_0
HIGHEST PRESSURE READ+999 mmHg
LATEX FREEYes
PROCEDURAL KITNO
REUSABLE OR DISPOSABLEDisposable
UNSPSC44121600

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Compass Compartment Pressure Testing Device

Delays and misdiagnosed compartment syndrome can have catastrophic consequences

When a crush injury, a car accident, or a sports injury occurs, it raises the question, “Does this patient have compartment syndrome?” Confirming compartment syndrome quickly and confidently can be difficult. Often, the current capital equipment is unavailable or locked up. The consumables are expired. Combine that with a surgeon in a scheduled procedure and the delays in treatment grow longer.

In a typical ED scenario, the orthopedist is informed of a suspected case, but is busy with a scheduled procedure.

Delays and indecision regarding treatment of compartment syndrome can lead to serious complications. Nerves and tissue can die and muscles can be damaged quickly:

Compass Compartment Pressure Testing DeviceWith compartment syndrome, early detection is vitally important. For patients who receive an early fasciotomy:

  • 16.1% lower rate of amputation
  • 7.9% lower rate of infection
  • Significantly shorter hospital stays10

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