UNIVERSAL, RELIABLE, EFFECTIVE
Xenios offers therapies for those suffering from cardiac and pulmonary insufficiency.
This dedicated technology combines both heart and lung support on one single platform:
the Xenios console. This platform is universally usable, individual and compatible with applications of our parent company, Fresenius Medical Care.
Physicians and caregivers can benefit from a pioneering technology concept. Versatile in application – from effective CO2 removal, all the way to complete oxygenation. Easy to use and with comprehensive monitoring. Furthermore, the multifunctional usability of one platform provides economical benefits and reduced training expenses.
Find out more about further features in the data sheet or the brochure below.
THE PERFECT MATCH FOR YOUR NEEDS
Wide spectrum of extracorporeal support
- Heart and lung support on one single platform
- From neonates up to adults
- VV-, VA-applications: ICU, OR, cath-lab
- From partial CO2 removal to full oxygenation
Reliable technology and intuitive handling
- Easy therapy-driven interface
- Integrated Pressure Sensor (IPS)
- Dual power: AC power and battery pack
- Complete alarm history on screen
Highly sophisticated pump technology
- Diagonal pump
- Fine adjustments of flow rate
- Optional pulsatile flow
- More safety by p1-limiter monitoring, zero flow mode & autopilot
Lung failure therapies tailored to
the individual clinical needs
ECCO2R and Respiratory ECMO
- Intensive Care
- Thorastic surgery
Full cardiopulmonary organ support
- Cardiac surgery
- Cardiac catheterization lab
The Xenios console allows to transfer therapy data to Philips IntelliVue monitors.
- Easy connection
- More safety and control
- Everything at a glance
It is directly feasible to transfer therapy data to an external monitoring system. Parameters such as blood flow, speed of the pump head, pressures, temperature and alarms of the console are transferred directly to the patient monitor.
“For us, the possibility to centrally monitor important parameters of the ECMO systems means additional safety for the patients and, at the same time, a reduced workload in the everyday life of the intensive care unit.”