Through automated and standardised protocols the Likvor CELDA System assess the cerebrospinal fluid system (CSF) dynamics, helping caregivers to make the correct diagnosis for suspected iIH patients in shorter time.
Likvor CELDA™️ System sets a new standard for diagnostics of disease linked to disturbances in the cerebrospinal fluid system, such as idiopathic intracranial hypertension (iIH). Using automated pressure measure test protocols and tap test, the Likvor CELDA System enhances care givers ability to include or exclude iIH from other diagnosis. Data used from a CELDA investigation is the intracranial pressure (ICP) measured for about 30 minutes, the patient is laying on the back relaxed during the test. The test results are used in deciding whether a patient should be shunted.
shunt implant operation, the Likvor CELDA™ System makes it easy to assess the
CSF dynamics and observe the functionality of the shunt device. The CELDA
Instrument lets you evaluate whether unchanged or worsened symptoms can be
corrected by shunt adjustment and to discover any cases of shunt dysfunction
requiring surgical shunt revision.
Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (iIH), also known as benign intracranial hypertension or pseudotumour cerebri, is a condition with an unknown cause or causes. The condition is associated with raised fluid pressure around the brain. The fluid that cushions the brain is called cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
It can cause disabling daily headaches and visual loss, which can be permanent. The raised brain pressure can press the nerves supplying the eye (also known as papilledema) and this can affect vision.
Please consult with us to find the best way to implement the Likvor CELDA™ System in your operations. The instrument and tools are available for immediate delivery.
For units that provide frequent CSF examinations purchasing the CELDA System is a preferred option.
Eliminate the initial purchase cost and pay only per investigation, with a contracted annual minimum.
A complete service option where Likvor provide equipment and a trained operator that perform the examinations.