We are happy to announce that to date our CNAP® technology for monitoring continuous blood pressure and hemodynamics has reached the magic mark of over 1,000 peer-reviewed publications.
Our customers use CNAP® to collect data in over 100 studies and many more advanced research projects per year. Utilizing a simple finger sensor CNAP® provides a full set of hemodynamic parameters including beat-to-beat blood pressure and cardiac output.
CNAP® is the most popular method to measure continuous blood pressure in humans without any burden to patients due to its noninvasiveness, which makes it "the ideal tool” for studies addressing human physiology.
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