The data provided in the processing of the Body Mass Index (BMI) is often not reliable. But thanks to a specific tool, it is possible today to have accurate load data. This has even been supported by experiments done by neurologists in 11 European countries. Let's discover then, the ICP data accuracy tool.
What is the PCI analysis tool
The PKI analysis tool is actually an accuracy element. It allows you to have, therefore, accurate data. That is why it is warned to absolutely use the system after processing. This is recommended on the cere link to have reliable numbers. As far as accuracy is concerned, it is worth noting that the device makes a general analysis of the PCI on all levels. First, the results on the cranial pressure analysis are accurately taken into account in the data processing. This constitutes a complement of information that confirms or not those of the alarm. The period and histogram of the pressure are thus defined during direct processing, on the amount of concentrated pressure.
The PCI alarm level
The limit of the PCI alarm was revealed through the observation made on two cases. The threshold of PCI that should alert is 20 mmhg, because it is very severe and therefore worrying. It turned out that patient A's load went up to 20 when he was at zero (0). Also, it kept changing and coming back to normal. But patient B's was just below 20 mmhg. Which is also concerning, since it's near the alert line. So he has an elevated amount of pressure. From there, a study was done to check the reliability of the tool. The results of the alarm showed the presence of the PCI on the alarming levels of 15 and 20 mmhg. While, the general statistics of the tool noted a variation of data between the degrees 15 and 25 mmhg. This is very critical, especially when the left side is neglected.