• Rapid and accurate risk assessment with MR-proADM
    Rapid and accurate risk assessment with MR-proADM

    MR-proADM provides an accurate and rapid risk assessement of a patients health, with which enhanced transfer decisions can be made

     

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  • Early warning of developing complications in critically ill infectious patients
    Early warning of developing complications in critically ill infectious patients

    Elevated or increasing MR-proADM values can indicate the development of adverse complications in infectious patients, thereby maximizing patient safety and facilitating the safest and earliest transfer out of the ICU

     

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  • An accurate risk assessment of septic patients in the ICU
    An accurate risk assessment of septic patients in the ICU

    MR-proADM accurately reflects a patient’s changing clinical severity status in both microbial and non-microbial infections, and can provide the earliest indication of treatment failure and potential organ dysfunction

     

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MR-proADM in LRTI

LRTI: More accurate risk assessment of Lower Respiratory Tract Infections

 

The use of MR-proADM in infectious patients with community acquired pneumonia can optimize the identification of individuals at a high clinical risk as well as those with a high risk of developing adverse complications. Accordingly, clinicians can accurately determine the most appropriate site of treatment, whilst decreasing the number of patients who develop adverse complications.


Adrenomedullin in sepsis

The key mediator in sepsis

 

Adrenomedullin plays a key role in initiating the inflammatory response observed in the early stages of septic onset, as well as in its progression from sepsis to septic shock. The strength of MR-proADM measurements lie in its ability to accurately assess the immediate clinical risk of the microbial infection, as well as an accurate prediction of organ dysfunction, failure and overall mortality.


 
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