CHF Solutions, Inc. of Eden Prairie, MN at MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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CHF Solutions, Inc.

12988 Valley View Road, 55344 Eden Prairie, MN

This company is co-exhibitor of
Minnesota Trade Office

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MEDICA 2019 hall map (Hall 16): stand A17

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MEDICA 2019 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.04  Therapy and physical medicine
  • 01.04.03  Emergency cardiac therapy equipment

Emergency cardiac therapy equipment

Our products

Product category: Emergency cardiac therapy equipment

Aquadex FlexFlow®

Aquapheresis therapy, delivered by the Aquadex FlexFlow® System, uses a simplified approach to ultrafiltration for the removal of salt and water in patients with hypervolemia, or fluid overload. Compared to renal replacement devices used for ultrafiltration, the Aquadex FlexFlow System is smaller and more portable.

Physicians can specify and adjust the exact amount and rate of fluid to be removed from each patient, resulting in a gradual reduction that has been shown to have no significant clinical impact on blood pressure, heart rate, or the balance of electrolytes (e.g. sodium, potassium, etc.) in the body.1

Up to 500 mL per hour of excess fluid can be removed with no clinically significant impact on electrolyte balance.1,2

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Product category: Emergency cardiac therapy equipment


  •  Two independent 16G lumens
  •  6F reverse taper for smooth insertion
  •  Coil reinforcement for enhanced kink resistance

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About us

Company details

CHF Solutions is focused on improving the quality of life for patients suffering from heart failure and related fluid overload conditions. Through our commercial expansion efforts of the Aquadex FlexFlow® System, we strive to be the global leader in fluid management solutions by providing a safe, effective, and clinically proven system for removing excess sodium and fluid for patients who have failed diuretic therapy.

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