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This changes everything.

The worlds most advanced
critical care monitoring system.

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Better data. Better outcomes.
Three critical measurements. One device.

Urine output (U/O)

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Intra-abdominal pressure (IAP)

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Core body temperature

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Replace complexity with simplicity.

Timely, accurate vital signs monitoring can mean the difference between life and death for critically ill patients. But current techniques for gathering this data can be complicated, inaccurate and may increase the risk for urinary infection.1 The Accuryn Monitoring System transforms the traditional indwelling urinary catheter (IUC) into a next-generation diagnostic tool for precise, real-time measurement of intra-abdominal pressure (IAP), urine output (UO) and core body temperature to help guide care – all at the push of a button.

This pioneering technology:

  • Requires virtually no setup
  • Delivers continuous data
  • Automatically clears the drain line
  • Integrates with your EMR
  • Aligns with best practices to reduce CAUTI risk

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IUC Medline Accuryn

Accuryn sets the standard for critical care monitoring.
Impossible until now. Imperative from now on.

“Better data is going to mean faster recognition of disease stage and result in better outcomes.”

Dr. Greg Schears
Board Certified Anesthesiologist
Rochester, MN

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Clinical Studies

Accuryn’s clinical value—precise, real-time measurement of IAP, UO and core body temperature—is supported by external research and clinical studies.

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1. JLewington AJ, Cerdá J, Mehta RL. Raising Awareness of Acute Kidney Injury: A Global Perspective of a Silent Killer. Kidney international. 2013;84(3):457-467.  Available at: Accessed August 24, 2017.