Evidence

Current Evidence - Validation against FICK

Index

01USCOM cardiac output-accuracy in infants and children
02Accuracy of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)
03Reliability of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)
04A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output
05Nurse-determined assessment of cardiac output. Comparing a non-invasive cardiac output device and pulmonary artery catheter: A prospective observational study
-Summary by category

USCOM cardiac output-accuracy in infants and children

Lichtenthal P, Sloniger J, Copeland J

Presented: ESICM Annual Congress Berlin 2007 - 0187 - 08 (October)

Published: Intensive Care Medicine Volume 33, Supplement 2 / September, 2007

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Accuracy of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)

Heerman W.J., Churchwell K.B., Doyle T, Taylor M.B.
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

Presented: 36th Annual Congress of the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Orlando, Florida, February 17-21, 2007

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Reliability of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)

Loeff M1, Egermann N1, Beier G1, Lang N1, Urschel S1, Hinterseer M2, Sodian R3,Schmitz Ch3, Kozlik-Feldmann R1, Netz H1
Departments of 1. Pediatric Cardiology, 2. Cardiology and 3. Cardiac Surgery, University Hospital Grosshadern, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany

Published: PCICS 2008, Abstract No. 74, page 39

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A comparison of real-time CW Doppler and calculated cardiac output

Karsten Knobloch, Marcus Spies, Peter M. Vogt, Rob Phillips

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 131, Issue 3, Pages 413-415

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Nurse-determined assessment of cardiac output. Comparing a non-invasive cardiac output device and pulmonary artery catheter: A prospective observational study

Corley A1, Barnett AG3, Mullany D2, Fraser JF1
1. The Prince Charles Hospital, Critical Care Research Group, QLD, Australia
2. The Prince Charles Hospital, Director of Adult Intensive Care Services, QLD, Australia
3. Institute of Health & Biomedical Innovation, QLD, Australia

Presented: Australian and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care Hobart, Tasmania, 12-15 October, 2006

Published: International Journal of Nursing Studies Volume 46, Issue 10, Pages 1291-1297

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