For Hospitals with Burn ICUs
The Burn Navigator® comes in a rugged touch-enabled tablet designed for bedside use.
The Burn Navigator uses an advanced algorithm that learns how each patient’s physiology is responding to fluid therapy each hour. The algorithm uses fluid trend data from three hours to predict the fluid rate for the next hour that will best achieve the urine output target range.
The predictive, trend based recommendations enables precision medicine for severe burn resuscitation. This algorithmic approach can also reduce variability in care for patients.
The Burn Navigator also provides resuscitation graphics for unprecedented situational awareness of critical burn patients.
Several customizable features, such as starting rate, are available to fit your unit’s resuscitation policies.
For Medical Evacuation and Field Care
The Burn Navigator Transport Package includes a litter mounting bracket and other accessories for land or air medical evacuations. The transport package obtained Aeromedical Certification for H-60 Blackhawk helicopters from the U.S. Army, based on airworthiness testing performed by the U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL).
This certification means the Burn Navigator is approved for patient care use during flight on these aircraft and allows the Burn Navigator to be used in military en-route care, provided that aircrew and medical personnel are familiar with the instructions and guidance in the certification documents.
Helicopter certification requires one of the most rigorous sets of tests, including hard acceleration in multiple directions, lifetime vibration testing and rigorous electromagnetic compatibility testing.
Arcos has partnered with Government Scientific Source, Inc. (GSS) for distribution to the U.S. military. The Burn Navigator Transport Package has National Stock Number 6515-01-621-3571 and can be ordered on GSS’ electronic catalog (eCAT) at: www.govsci.com.
The Burn Navigator uses technology patented by the U.S. Government and invented by clinicians, engineers and researchers at multiple burn research institutions.
Monitor fluid volume compared with the Parkland (4 mL/kg/TBSA) and Modified Brooke (2 mL/kg/TBSA) guidelines throughout the resuscitation. Use the real-time Projected 24 Hour Volume feature to decide when to provide albumin, plasmapheresis or other interventions