Evidence

Current Evidence - Paediatrics

Index

01Development of a transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound device for continuous monitoring of cardiac haemodynamics in children and adults
02Non-invasive haemodynamics and application in the NICU and PICU
03Non-invasive cardiac output measurement in the cardiac surgical environment
04Optimising haemodynamics in the shocked child - the dangers of applying adult parameters to children
05Non-invasive determination of cardiac output by USCOM. Applications in the ICU and in HEMS
06USCOM cardiac output-accuracy in infants and children
07Lung de-recruitment and re-recruitment after suction of the endotracheal tube in ventilated children
08Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care
09Clinical utility of CW Doppler ultrasound for measuring Cardiac Output
10Hemodynamics of early pediatric fluid-resistant septic shock: distinct profiles of CVC infection and community acquired sepsis
11High frequency oscillatory ventilation does not impair Cardiac Output in infants with isolated respiratory failure
12Assessment of a non-invasive paediatric Cardiac Output (CO) monitor
13Cardiac Output measurement in children: comparison of the ultrasound Cardiac Output monitor with thermodilution Cardiac Output measurement
14Uscom Cardiac Output monitoring on retrieval
15Cardiac Output determination by Continuous Wave Doppler in perioperative pediatric heart surgery
16Ultrasound Cardiac Output monitor measurements in pediatric cardiac transplant patients
17Cardiac Output by Continuous Wave Doppler in perioperative pediatric heart failure patients
18Accuracy of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)
19Inter-rater reliability of transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound measurements of Cardiac Output and stroke volume in the pediatric emergency department
20Hemodynamics of Milrinone loading in critically ill children
21Effects of initiation of continuous renal replacement therapy on hemodynamics in critically ill children
22Reliability of non-invasive Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM)
23Inter-Rater Reliability for Noninvasive Measurement of Cardiac Function in Children
24Effect of changes in arterial carbon dioxide levels on cerebral and somatic tissue oxygenation in infants following cardiopulmonary bypass
25Lung de-recruitment and re-recruitment after suction of the endotracheal tube in ventilated children
26Oxygenation does not correlate with end expiratory lung volume post lung recruitment
27Rapid diagnosis of LVF in the ED by non-invasive measurement of inotropy
28Non-invasive Doppler and passive leg raise predict volume response in medical intensive care unit patients
29Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care
30Goal directed hemodynamic management in organ donors after brain-death improves organs transplanted per donor
31Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support of pediatric and neonatal septic shock: 2007 update from the American College of Critical Care Medicine
32Transpulmonary thermodilution versus transthoracical ultrasound for cardiac output measurements in burned patients: a new gold standard?
33Severe malnutrition: therapeutic challenges and treatment of hypovolaemic shock
34Effect of changes in ventilation on arterial carbon dioxide levels and cerebral and somatic tissue oxygenation in infants following cardiopulmonary bypass and cardiac surgery
35Comparison of cardiac index using transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound and transthoracic echo in adult and pediatric patients
36Children's discomfort during ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) is similar to that during blood pressure measurement
37Comparison of normal ranges of cardiovascular indices for chinese and australian children derived using the ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
38A new method to score the quality of USCOM scans
39Effect of nasal continuous positive airway pressure on cardiac function in children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure
40A Non-Invasive Assessment of Cardiac Output in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
41Cardiac function and hemodynamics in Kenyan children with severe Malaria
42Early Goal-Directed Therapy in treatment of pediatric septic shock
43The non-invasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) has good inter- and intra-observer reliability in children
44The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters in children measured using the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor
45Reference ranges for cardiovascular indices for adolescents derived using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
46Author's reply: Reference values for noninvasive cardiac output monitoring in children
47Levosimendan in severe refractory right heart failure in infants
48Intra- and inter-observer reliability using a noninvasive ultrasound cardiac output monitor in healthy anesthetized children
49Evolution of hemodynamics in community acquired and hospital acquired pediatric sepsis
50Hemodynamic effects of levosimendian in refractory right heart failure in infants
51Changes in cardiac output during intermittent pediatric hemodialysis
52Lung recruitment post endotracheal suctioning prevents deoxygenation
53Systemic haemodynamics in the immediate post liver transplantation period in children using ultrasound cardiac output monitoring
54Evolution of hemodynamics in community acquired and hospital acquired pediatric septic shock
55Temporal measurement of Doppler ultrasound derived cardiac performance indicies in infants and children presenting with sepsis and septic shock
56Use of the non-invasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) as an adjunctive assessment tool for the pediatric critical care response team
57Clinical application of cardiac output monitoring in children with severe hand-foot-mouth disease
58Ultrasound monitoring of right ventricular haemodynamics in children with complications of respiratory syncytial virus infection
59Validation of a non-invasive technique for the measurement of cardiac output in patients with left ventricular assist device - (Validacion de una tecnica no invasiva de medicion del gasto cardiaco en pacientes en asistencia univentricular izquierda)
60Targeted control of blood pressure in paediatric renal transplant
61Treating the causes of paediatric hypertension using non-invasive physiological parameters
62Can stroke volume variability identify patients with fluid-recruitable cardiac output?
63New noninvasive, haemodynamic nomograms to simplify hypertensive management in neonates, children and adults
64Induction for pediatric bone marrow transplant alters ultrasound-derived cardiac performance indices
65Noninvasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound-derived hemodynamic reference ranges in Chinese adolescents
66Non-invasive method for rapid bedside estimation of inotropy: theory and preliminary clinical validation
67Evolution of haemodynamics and outcome of fluid-refractory septic shock in children
68Urgent ultrasound guided hemodynamic assessments by a pediatric medical emergency team: A pilot study
69Children's discomfort during noninvasive cardiac output monitoring by suprasternal ultrasonographic transducer
70Impact of positive end-expiratory pressure on cardiac index measured by ultrasound cardiac output monitor
71Assessment by physicians of cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance compared to USCOM
72Hemodynamic management in pediatric septic shock: objective tools may complement clinical assessment
73Clinical validity of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor used in infants after surgical repair of VSD
74Cardiac output monitoring in pediatric patients: Validation of the USCOM as a bedside CO monitor
75A study of haemodynamic changes in paediatric patients with dengue infection using ultrasonic cardiac output monitor
76Validation of a noninvasive technique for measuring cardiac output in patients with a left ventricular assist device
77Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
78Anthropometric and physiological measurements in healthy children
79The utility of stroke volume variability as a predictor of fluid responsiveness in critically ill children: a pilot study
80Assessment of volume responsiveness by passive leg raising test in pediatric patients with shock - preliminary observations
81New methods of monitoring shock in children
82Rapid estimation of inotropy index in infants early after surgical repair of ventricular septal defect
83Clinical observation of non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor combined passive leg raising test in predicting the chiIdren voIume responsiveness
84The significance of ultrasonic cardiac output monitor for monitoring cardiac function in the children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure
85Critically ill children application of noninvasive cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) of the clinical value
86Elevated positive end-expiratory pressure decreases cardiac index in a Rhesus monkey model
87Determinazione della portata cardiaca in pazienti ricoverati in Terapia Intensiva Pediatrica con metodi non invasivi: confronto USCOM - ECOCARDIOGRAFIA. (Determination of cardiac output in patients admitted to the ICU. Pediatric noninvasive methods: comparison USCOM - ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY)
88The effects of malnutrition on cardiac function in african children assessed by the ultrasound cardiac output monitor
89Transpulmonary pressure and pressure. Rate product to guide ventilator management in children
90Validation of an ultrasound cardiac output monitor as a bedside tool for pediatric patients
91Efficacy of non-invasive cardiac monitoring (Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor) guide in management of fluid refractory pediatric septic shock
92Extended multimodal monitoring is useful for optimizing hemodynamics in pediatric septic shock
93USCOM monitoring of hemodynamic profiles in mechanically ventilated critically ill children
94Independently tailored fluid management regimes in severe septic shock: efficient use of haemodynamic monitoring
95The validity of Ultrasound Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) measurements in clinically stable and unstable pediatric patients
96Early norepinephrine can reverse shock and limit positive fluid balance in pediatric septic shock
97Letter to Editor: Reliability of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor for pediatric patients
98Monitoring of children with pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: Proceedings from the pediatric acute lung injury consensus conference
99Early norepinephrine decreases fluid and ventilatory requirements in pediatric vasodilatory septic shock
100Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance: Clinical assessment compared with a noninvasive objective measurement in children with shock
-Summary by category

Development of a transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound device for continuous monitoring of cardiac haemodynamics in children and adults

Phillips RA, Dadd MJ, Gill RW, West MJ, Burstow DJ

Presented: Cardiologic Society of India, Kochi. December 2003. Indian Journal of Echocardiography. (Abstract) Intensive Care Society of India, Jaipur. February 2003

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Non-invasive haemodynamics and application in the NICU and PICU

Phillips R

Presented: International Symposium on Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care. Bern. 11th March, 2005

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Non-invasive cardiac output measurement in the cardiac surgical environment

Phillips RA, Lichtenthal PR, Sloniger JA, West MJ, Burstow DJ, Copeland JG

Published: Int Care Med 2006; 32(1):S261. (Sept)

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Optimising haemodynamics in the shocked child - the dangers of applying adult parameters to children

Smith BE, Madigan VM

Presented: Scientific Symposium on Emergency Medicine Hong Kong, 20-21 October 2006

Published: Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2006, Vol 13 (4- 25)

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Non-invasive determination of cardiac output by USCOM. Applications in the ICU and in HEMS

Knobloch K

Presented: Critical Care Transport Medicine Conference, San Antonio, TX, USA

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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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Lung de-recruitment and re-recruitment after suction of the endotracheal tube in ventilated children

Jauncey-Cook J, Grant C, Schibler A, Foster K, Pham T

Presented: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, Rotorua, NZ

Published: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, Conference booklet, pg 55

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Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care

Joe Brierley and Mark J. Peters

Presented: Society of Critical Care Medicine's 35th Critical Care Congress, 2006

Published: PEDIATRICS Vol. 122 No. 4 October 2008, pp. 752-759 (doi:10.1542/peds.2007-1979)

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Clinical utility of CW Doppler ultrasound for measuring Cardiac Output

Heerman, William J.; Churchwell, Kevin B.; Taylor, Mary B.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN

Presented: Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society Symposium, Miami FA, December 10, 2005

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Hemodynamics of early pediatric fluid-resistant septic shock: distinct profiles of CVC infection and community acquired sepsis

Brierley, Joe, Thiruchelvam, Tim, Peters, Mark J
Paediatric Intensive Care, Great Ormond St Hospital for Children NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom.

Presented: Society of Critical Care Medicine's 35th Critical Care Congress (SCCM) in San Francisco, California, 7-11 January, 2006

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 33(12):A153, December 2005.

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High frequency oscillatory ventilation does not impair Cardiac Output in infants with isolated respiratory failure

Brierley, J., Thiruchelvam, T., Peters, M
Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, United Kingdom

Presented: Europaediatrics, Barcelona, Spain - October, 2006

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Assessment of a non-invasive paediatric Cardiac Output (CO) monitor

Timothy Thiruchelvam1; Joe Brierley1; Mark Peters1; Andrew Taylor2
1. Paediatric Intensive Care, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, United Kingdom 2. Radiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, United Kingdom

Presented: Society Critical Care Medicine's 37th Critical Care Conference, Hawaii, February 2008

Published: Crit Care Med 2007 Vol. 35, No. 12 (Suppl) # 294

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Cardiac Output measurement in children: comparison of the ultrasound Cardiac Output monitor with thermodilution Cardiac Output measurement

Knirsch W., Kretschmar O., Tomaske M., Stutz, K., Nagdyman N., Balmer C., Schmitz A., Béttex D., Berger F., Bauersfeld U., Weiss M.
University Children’s Hospital, Division, of Pediatric Cardiology, Steinwiesstrasse 75, 8032 Zurich, Switzerland

Published: Intensive Care Med. 23 Feb, 2008. DOI 10.1007/s00134-008-1030-y

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Uscom Cardiac Output monitoring on retrieval

Brierley J., Paediatric Intensive Care, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

Presented: European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care, September 2004

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Cardiac Output determination by Continuous Wave Doppler in perioperative pediatric heart surgery

Peter R Lichtenthal, Anesthesiology, University of Arizona, Tucson,AZ; Jack G Copeland, cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

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

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Ultrasound Cardiac Output monitor measurements in pediatric cardiac transplant patients

J H Eguchi, MD, M Mathur, MD, R Larsen, MD, A De-Amaya, BSN, L L Bailey, MD, R Chinnock, MD and S A Abd-Allah, MD.
Pediatrics, Nursing, and Cardiothoracic Surgery, Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda, California, US.

Presented: The International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation 27th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, April 2007

Published: The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, Volume 26, Issue 2, Page S136

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Cardiac Output by Continuous Wave Doppler in perioperative pediatric heart failure patients

P R Lichtenthal, M.D., J A Sloniger, M.S., J G Copeland, M.D
Anesthesiology, Universtiy of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

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

Published: ASA - Anesthesiology 2007; 107:A1528

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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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Inter-rater reliability of transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound measurements of Cardiac Output and stroke volume in the pediatric emergency department

Gail Stewart DO, H Bryant NGuyen MD, Tommy Y Kim MD MS, Joshua Jauregui BS, Sean R Hayes, Steve Corbett MD, William Wittlake MD
Department of Emergency Medicine, Loma Linda University Medical Center and Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda, California, USA.

Presented: 2007 Academic Society for Emergency Medicine, May, Chicago

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Hemodynamics of Milrinone loading in critically ill children

Joe Brierley, Mark Peters
Paediatric Intensive Care, Great Ormond St Hospital for Children, Critical Care Group Portex Unit, Institute of Child Health, London, UK

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

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 34(12):A63, December 2006.

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Effects of initiation of continuous renal replacement therapy on hemodynamics in critically ill children

Joe Brierley, Matt Richardson, Mark Peters
Pediatric Intensive Care, Great Ormond St Hospital for Children, London, UK

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

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 34(12):A63, December 2006

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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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Inter-Rater Reliability for Noninvasive Measurement of Cardiac Function in Children

Gail M. Stewart, DO, H. Bryant Nguyen, MD, MS, Tommy Y. Kim, MD, Joshua Jauregui, BS, Sean R. Hayes, BS, and Stephen Corbett, MD, PhD

Published: Pediatric Emergency Care, Volume 24, Number 7, July 2008

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Effect of changes in arterial carbon dioxide levels on cerebral and somatic tissue oxygenation in infants following cardiopulmonary bypass

K. Mos1,2 S. Fijten1,2 A. Cole1 D. Winlaw1 M. Festa1
1. Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Children's Hospital Westmead, Sydney, NSW, Australia 2. Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Erasmus Medical Centre, Sophia's Children's Hospital, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Presented: Poster at European Academy of Pediatrics - Nice, Oct 2008.

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Lung de-recruitment and re-recruitment after suction of the endotracheal tube in ventilated children

Jacqui Jauncey-Cooke, Caroline Grant, Trang Pham, Kelly Foster, Judy Hough, Andreas Schibler. PICU, Mater Children's Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland

Presented: European Respiratory Society, (ERS), Berlin Oct, 2008

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Oxygenation does not correlate with end expiratory lung volume post lung recruitment

Jacqui Jauncey-Cooke, Trang Pham, Kelly Foster, Caroline Grant, Judy Hough, Andreas Schibler
Mater Children's Hospital, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Presented: Asia Pacific Critical Care Medicine (APCCM), 2008 - Sydney

Published: APCC Congress Guide, Page 130, poster #130

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Rapid diagnosis of LVF in the ED by non-invasive measurement of inotropy

Smith BE1,2 and Madigan VM1
1. School of Biomedical Science, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW. 2. Bathurst Base Hospital, Bathurst, NSW.

Presented: Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) 2008

Published: Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) 2008, Conference Guide page 35

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Non-invasive Doppler and passive leg raise predict volume response in medical intensive care unit patients

Steven W. Thiel, Marin H. Kollef & Warren Isakow
Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, Washington University School of Medicine

Presented: Chest 2008 Oct, 2008

Published: Chest 2008 134: 119004S, Issue 4, October 1, 2008

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Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care

Joe Brierley, Mark J. Peters,

Published: Pediatrics 2008;122;752-759 DOI: 10.1542/peds.2007-1979

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Goal directed hemodynamic management in organ donors after brain-death improves organs transplanted per donor

Mudit Mathur, MD, Stephanie Collazo, RN and Maria Stadtler, RN

Presented: Chest 2008

Published: Chest Meeting Abstracts 134: s21003

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Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support of pediatric and neonatal septic shock: 2007 update from the American College of Critical Care Medicine

Joe Brierley, MD; Joseph A. Carcillo,MD; Karen Choong, MD; Tim Cornell, MD; Allan DeCaen, MD; Andreas Deymann, MD; Allan Doctor, MD; Alan Davis, MD; John Duff, MD; Marc-Andre Dugas, MD; Alan Duncan, MD; Barry Evans, MD; Jonathan Feldman, MD; Kathryn Felmet, MD; Gene Fisher, MD; Lorry Frankel, MD; Howard Jeffries, MD; Bruce Greenwald, MD; Juan Gutierrez, MD;Mark Hall, MD; Yong Y. Han, MD; James Hanson, MD; Jan Hazelzet, MD; Lynn Hernan, MD; Jane Kiff, MD; Niranjan Kissoon, MD; Alexander Kon, MD; Jose Irazusta, MD; John Lin, MD; Angie Lorts, MD; Michelle Mariscalco, MD; Renuka Mehta, MD; Simon Nadel, MD; Trung Nguyen, MD; Carol Nicholson, MD; Mark Peters, MD; Regina Okhuysen-Cawley, MD; Tom Poulton, MD; Monica Relves, MD; Agustin Rodriguez, MD; Ranna Rozenfeld, MD; Eduardo Schnitzler, MD; Tom Shanley, MD; Sara Skache, MD; Peter Skippen, MD;Adalberto Torres, MD; Bettina von Dessauer, MD; Jacki Weingarten, MD; Timothy Yeh, MD; Arno Zaritsky, MD; Bonnie Stojadinovic, MD; Jerry Zimmerman, MD; Aaron Zuckerberg, MD

Published: Crit Care Med 2009 Vol. 37, No. 2

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Transpulmonary thermodilution versus transthoracical ultrasound for cardiac output measurements in burned patients: a new gold standard?

L. K. Branski, MD, D. N. Herndon, MD, J. F. Byrd, MD, D. L. Chinkes, PhD, M. G. Jeschke, MD

Presented: ABA 2009. Journal of Burn Care & Research: March/April 2009 - Volume 30 - Issue 2 - ppg S1-S43 doi: 10.1097/BCR.0b013e31819c3d00

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Severe malnutrition: therapeutic challenges and treatment of hypovolaemic shock

Kathryn Maitland

Presented: Nutrition Society 2008

Published: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (2009), 68, 274-280

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Effect of changes in ventilation on arterial carbon dioxide levels and cerebral and somatic tissue oxygenation in infants following cardiopulmonary bypass and cardiac surgery

Marino Festa, Krista Mos, Stephanie Fijten, Andrew Cole, David Winlaw

Presented: PCCS 2009

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Comparison of cardiac index using transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound and transthoracic echo in adult and pediatric patients

Daryl P. Banta, Gail Stewart, Tommy Kim, Joshua Jauregui, Ramesh Bansal, James Anholm, Stephen W. Corbett, Kathleen Clem, H. Bryant Nguyen

Presented: SCCM 2009

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Children's discomfort during ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) is similar to that during blood pressure measurement

Giles Cattermole, Mia Leung, Paulina Mak, Colin Graham, Timothy Rainer

Presented: ACEM 2009. South Korea

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Comparison of normal ranges of cardiovascular indices for chinese and australian children derived using the ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM)

Mia Leung, Giles Cattermole, Paulina Mak, Colin Graham, Timothy Rainer

Presented: ACEM 2009, South Korea

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A new method to score the quality of USCOM scans

Chi On Tang, Giles N Cattermole, P Y Mia Leung, Paulina S K Mak, Brendan E Smith, Colin A Graham, Timothy H Rainer

Presented: SSEM 2009

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Effect of nasal continuous positive airway pressure on cardiac function in children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure

GENG Rong, HAN Ying

Published: Journal of Applied Clinical Pediatrics;2009-19

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A Non-Invasive Assessment of Cardiac Output in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients

M.L. Likes, J.C. Alejos

Presented: ISHLT 2010

Published: The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, Vol 29, No 2S, February 2010

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Cardiac function and hemodynamics in Kenyan children with severe Malaria

Sophie Yacoub, MRCP; Hans-Joerg Lang, MRCPCH; Mohammed Shebbe, HNDPaeds; Molline Timbwa, HNDPaeds; Eric Ohuma, MSC; Robert Tulloh, DM; Kathryn Maitland, PhD

Published: Crit Care Med. 2010 Mar;38(3):940-5.

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Early Goal-Directed Therapy in treatment of pediatric septic shock

Claudio Flauzino de Oliveira

Published: Shock. September 2010 - Volume 34 - Issue 7 - pp 44-47 doi: 10.1097/SHK.0b013e3181e7e6d5

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The non-invasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) has good inter- and intra-observer reliability in children

Dhanani S, Ward R, Baird M, Senechal H, Sumner A, Barrowman N, Gaboury I, Murto K

Presented: SCCM 2010

Published: CCM 2009;37(12):A95

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The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters in children measured using the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor

Giles N. Cattermole, P. Y. Mia Leung, Paulina S. K. Mak, Stewart S. W. Chan, Colin A. Graham, Timothy H. Rainer.

Published: Crit Care Med. 2010 Sep;38(9):1875-81. doi: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e3181e8adee.

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Reference ranges for cardiovascular indices for adolescents derived using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)

Cattermole GN, Ho GYL, Mak PSK, Graham CA, Rainer TH.

Presented: Presented at Asian College of Emergency Medicine 2011, Bangkok.

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Author's reply: Reference values for noninvasive cardiac output monitoring in children

Giles N. Cattermole, BM, Colin A. Graham, MD, Timothy H. Rainer, MD.

Published: Crit Care Med 2011 Vol. 39, No. 1 pg226-228

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Levosimendan in severe refractory right heart failure in infants

Joe Brierley

Presented: Society of Critical Care Medicine 40th Critical Care Congress San Diego, California, USA

Published: Crit Care Med 2010 Vol. 38, No. 12 (Suppl.)

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Intra- and inter-observer reliability using a noninvasive ultrasound cardiac output monitor in healthy anesthetized children

Sonny Dhanani, Nick J. Barrowman, Roxanne E. Ward & Kimmo T. Murto

Published: Paediatr Anaesth. 2011 Aug;21(8):858-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1460-9592.2010.03480.x.

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Evolution of hemodynamics in community acquired and hospital acquired pediatric sepsis

Akash Deep

Presented: Society of Critical Care Medicine 40th Critical Care Congress San Diego, California, USA

Published: Crit Care Med 2010 Vol. 38, No. 12 (Suppl.)

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Hemodynamic effects of levosimendian in refractory right heart failure in infants

J Brierley, R Booth, A Petros

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2011 Vol.12, No3 (Suppl) A65-66. Abstract 935.

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Changes in cardiac output during intermittent pediatric hemodialysis

G.Williams, H.Eguchi, D.Denning, P.Yorgin

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2011 Vol. 12, No.3 (Suppl) Page A160. Abstract 507

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Lung recruitment post endotracheal suctioning prevents deoxygenation

JI. Jauncey-Cooke, A. Schibler, F. Bogossian, CE. East

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2011 Vol. 12 No. 3 (Suppl) Page A1, Abstract 251

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Systemic haemodynamics in the immediate post liver transplantation period in children using ultrasound cardiac output monitoring

S Ramprakash, E Egberongbe, A Dhawan, N Heaton, A Deep

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2011 Vol. 12, No. 3 (Suppl) Page A31. Abstract 172

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Evolution of hemodynamics in community acquired and hospital acquired pediatric septic shock

A. Deep, J. Brierley

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2011 Vol. 12, No.3 (Suppl) Page A31. Abstract 138

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Temporal measurement of Doppler ultrasound derived cardiac performance indicies in infants and children presenting with sepsis and septic shock

Matthew Musick, Eric Williams

Published: Crit Care Med 2011 Vol. 39, No. 12 (Suppl.)

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Use of the non-invasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) as an adjunctive assessment tool for the pediatric critical care response team

Choong, Karen; Gilleland, Jonathan; Zorko, David; Agar, Barbara; Pullenayegum, Eleanor

Presented: Critical Care Canada Forum. Nov 2011

Published: CCCF Program. Page 28

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Clinical application of cardiac output monitoring in children with severe hand-foot-mouth disease

CAI Hua-Bo, SONG Ping, ZHANG Lei, JIA Shi-Lei, ZHU Jin-Lan, YANG Wei-Guo, HE Yan-Xia

Published: Chin J Contemp Pediatr,2012,14(4):271-27

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Ultrasound monitoring of right ventricular haemodynamics in children with complications of respiratory syncytial virus infection

Kobr J , Fremuth J , Sasek L , Hrdlicka R , Racek J , Zamboryova J , Pizingerova K

Published: WebmedCentral CARDIOLOGY 2011;2(12):WMC002785

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Validation of a non-invasive technique for the measurement of cardiac output in patients with left ventricular assist device - (Validacion de una tecnica no invasiva de medicion del gasto cardiaco en pacientes en asistencia univentricular izquierda)

Gil L, Sanchez de Toledo J, Sabate A, Pujol M, Rossich R, Gran F, Abella RF, Balcells J

Presented: SECIP 2012

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Targeted control of blood pressure in paediatric renal transplant

N.M. Dolan, K. Schumacher, J. Brierley, S.D. Marks

Presented: 15th Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association

Published: Pediatr Nephrol 2010; 25(9): 1955

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Treating the causes of paediatric hypertension using non-invasive physiological parameters

Brierley J, Marks SD

Published: Med Hypotheses. 2010 Nov;75(5):439-41. Epub 2010 May 4

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Can stroke volume variability identify patients with fluid-recruitable cardiac output?

Dusan Raffaj, Joe Brierley, Elizabeth Jackson, Andy J. Petros and Mark J. Peters

Presented: PICS 2012 Dublin

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New noninvasive, haemodynamic nomograms to simplify hypertensive management in neonates, children and adults

Phillips RA, Smith BE, West MJ, Rainer T, Brierley J, Harris T, He S, Burstow DJ, Fraser J

Presented: ISH 2012 Sydney

Published: J Hypertension 2012;30(suppl 1):538

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Induction for pediatric bone marrow transplant alters ultrasound-derived cardiac performance indices

Gutierrez, Efren; Kennedy, Curtis; Kennedy-Nasser, Alana; Musick, Matthew; Williams, Eric

Presented: SCCM 2013

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 40(12):1-17, December 2012. DOI: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000424490.56166.ec

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Noninvasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound-derived hemodynamic reference ranges in Chinese adolescents

Ho, Grace Y.L. BMedSc; Cattermole, Giles N. BM, BCh, FCEM; Chan, Stewart S.W. MBBS, FHKCEM; Smith, Brendan E. MB, ChB, FFA, RCS; Graham, Colin A. MD, FCEM; Rainer, Timothy H. MD, FCEM

Published: Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2013 Jun;14(5):e225-32. doi: 10.1097/PCC.0b013e3182772f78.

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Non-invasive method for rapid bedside estimation of inotropy: theory and preliminary clinical validation

Brendan E. Smith and Veronica M. Madigan

Published: Br. J. Anaesth. 10.1093/bja/aet118

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Evolution of haemodynamics and outcome of fluid-refractory septic shock in children

Deep A, Goonasekera CD, Wang Y, Brierley J.

Published: Intensive Care Med. 2013 Sep;39(9):1602-9. doi: 10.1007/s00134-013-3003-z. Epub 2013 Jun 28.

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Urgent ultrasound guided hemodynamic assessments by a pediatric medical emergency team: A pilot study

Zorko DJ, Choong K, Gilleland J, Agar B, Baker S, Brennan C, Pullenayegum E

Published: PLoS One. 2013 Jun 25;8(6):e66951

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Children's discomfort during noninvasive cardiac output monitoring by suprasternal ultrasonographic transducer

Chan, SSW; Cattermole, GN; Leung, MPY; Ho, GYL; Graham, CA; Rainer, TH

Published: Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 20, No. 1, Jan 2013: [3]-8

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Impact of positive end-expiratory pressure on cardiac index measured by ultrasound cardiac output monitor

Oscar A. Ingaramo, MD; Thienkim Ngo, MD; Robinder G. Khemani, MD, MsCI; Christopher J. L. Newth, MD, FRCPC

Published: Pediatric Crit Care Med 2014; 15:15-20

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Assessment by physicians of cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance compared to USCOM

Razavi, Asma; Beltramo, Fernando; Newth, Christopher

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 41(12):A77-A78, December 2013

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Hemodynamic management in pediatric septic shock: objective tools may complement clinical assessment

Parker MM

Published: Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2014 Jan;15(1):90-1. doi: 10.1097/01.pcc.0000436126.70886.e8

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Clinical validity of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor used in infants after surgical repair of VSD

CHEN Xiao-ho, HE Shao-ru, ZHUANG Jian, SUN Xin, ZHONG Jin, WANG Shu-shui, ZHENG Man-li, LIU Yu-mei, SUN Yun-xia

Published: Journal of Applied Clinical Pediatrics, Vol. 28, No. 23

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Cardiac output monitoring in pediatric patients: Validation of the USCOM as a bedside CO monitor

Fernando Beltramo, Asma Razavi, Robinder G. Khemani, Christopher Newth, JonDavid Menteer, Jackie Szmuszkovicz, Patrick A. Ross

Presented: American Thoracic Society 2014 International Conference, May 16-21, 2014 - San Diego

Published: doi:10.1164/ajrccm-conference.2014.189.1_MeetingAbstracts.A4693

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A study of haemodynamic changes in paediatric patients with dengue infection using ultrasonic cardiac output monitor

C.W. Tai, S.F. Tang

Presented: WFPICC 2014 Istanbul

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: May 2014 - Volume 15 - Issue 4_suppl - p 162 doi: 10.1097/01.pcc.0000449445.22427.6b

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Validation of a noninvasive technique for measuring cardiac output in patients with a left ventricular assist device

J. Sanchez-de-Toledo, L. Gil, F. Gran, R.F. Abella, J. Balcells

Presented: WFICCM 2014 Istanbul

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: May 2014 - Volume 15 - Issue 4_suppl - p 127 doi: 10.1097/01.pcc.0000449283.62124.5f

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Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring

Rob Phillips, Joe Brierley

Published: Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 10.1007/s10877-014-9598-y

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Anthropometric and physiological measurements in healthy children

TH Rainer, GN Cattermole, CA Graham, SSW Chan

Published: Hong Kong Med J 2013;19(Suppl 9):S26-9

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The utility of stroke volume variability as a predictor of fluid responsiveness in critically ill children: a pilot study

Jack R. L. McLean, David P. Inwald

Published: Intensive Care Med (2014) 40:288-289 DOI 10.1007/s00134-013-3171-x

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Assessment of volume responsiveness by passive leg raising test in pediatric patients with shock - preliminary observations

Priyavarthini V, Sathish kumar K, Suchitra Ranjit, Rajeshwari Nataraj

Presented: NCPCC

Published: Journal Of Pediatric Critical Care. Vol. 1 - No.4 October - December 2014: 307-308

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New methods of monitoring shock in children

Helen Turnham, MBChB (HONS) FRCA, Joe Brierley, MBChB, FRCPCH

Published: Current Treatment Options in Pediatrics (2015) 1:15-24 DOI 10.1007/s40746-014-0009-x

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Rapid estimation of inotropy index in infants early after surgical repair of ventricular septal defect

Chen Xiaobo, He Shaoru, Zhuang Jian, Zhong Jin, Sun Xin, Liu Yumei, Sun Yunxia, Zheng Manli, Chen Jimei

Published: Clin J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg, October 2014, Vol. 30 No. 10

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Clinical observation of non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor combined passive leg raising test in predicting the chiIdren voIume responsiveness

Wu Yuhui, Liu Xiaohong, Li Chengrong, He Yanxia, Yang Weiguo, Yang Yanlan, Ma Weike, Fu Kunhui

Published: Chin Crit Care Med, January 2014, Vol 26, No 1

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The significance of ultrasonic cardiac output monitor for monitoring cardiac function in the children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure

Han Ying, Liu Tao, Geng Rong, Tao Jianping, Yang Yiyu

Published: Chin Pediatr Emerg Med May 2014, Vol 21, No5

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Critically ill children application of noninvasive cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) of the clinical value

CHEN Jun,ZHAO Shao-dong,LI Jun,GE Xu-hua,WANG Xiao-rong,MIAO Hong-jun,JIANG Tao,YU Wen-liang

Published: Medical Information. Dec. 2014. Vol. 27. No. 12

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Elevated positive end-expiratory pressure decreases cardiac index in a Rhesus monkey model

Patrick A. Ross, Robinder G. Khemani, Sarah S. Rubin, Anoopindar K. Bhalla and Christopher J. L. Newth

Published: Front Pediatr. 2014 Dec 3;2:134. doi: 10.3389/fped.2014.00134. eCollection 2014

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Determinazione della portata cardiaca in pazienti ricoverati in Terapia Intensiva Pediatrica con metodi non invasivi: confronto USCOM - ECOCARDIOGRAFIA. (Determination of cardiac output in patients admitted to the ICU. Pediatric noninvasive methods: comparison USCOM - ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY)

M.Calamandrei, S.Avenali, M.Pennica, C.Cecchi, D.Colosimo, C.Giorgi, F.Melosi, M. L’Erario, L.Mirabile

Presented: 18° Congresso Nazionale S.A.R.N.e P.I

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The effects of malnutrition on cardiac function in african children assessed by the ultrasound cardiac output monitor

Jonathan A. Silverman, Yamikani F. Chimalizeni, Stephen E. Hawes, Elizabeth R. Wolf, Maneesh Batra, Harriet Khofi, Elizabeth M. Molyneux.

Presented: PAS 2015

Published: E-PAS2015:2330.2

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Transpulmonary pressure and pressure. Rate product to guide ventilator management in children

Wendy H. Wong DO, Justin Hotz RT, Robinder G. Khemani MD , Christopher J. Newth MD

Presented: The American Thoracic Society International Conference

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Validation of an ultrasound cardiac output monitor as a bedside tool for pediatric patients

Fernando Beltramo, Jondavid Menteer, Asma Razavi, Robinder G. Khemani, Jacqueline Szmuszkovicz, Christopher J. L. Newth, Patrick A. Ross

Published: Pediatr Cardiol. 2016 Jan;37(1):177-83. doi: 10.1007/s00246-015-1261-y.

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Efficacy of non-invasive cardiac monitoring (Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor) guide in management of fluid refractory pediatric septic shock

Chutima Thongnual, Sumalee Hantragool & Rujipat Samransamruatkit

Presented: Thai Paediatric Respiratory and Critical Care Society Annual Scientific Meeting.

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Extended multimodal monitoring is useful for optimizing hemodynamics in pediatric septic shock

R. Natraj, S. Ranjit

Presented: PICCS 2016 Abstract PICC-0569

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USCOM monitoring of hemodynamic profiles in mechanically ventilated critically ill children

J. Fremuth, J. Kobr, L. Sasek, K. Pizingerova, J. Sykora

Presented: PICCS 2016 Abstract PICC-0217

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Independently tailored fluid management regimes in severe septic shock: efficient use of haemodynamic monitoring

P. Davies, H. Vyas

Presented: PICCS 2016 Abstract PICC-0590

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The validity of Ultrasound Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) measurements in clinically stable and unstable pediatric patients

N. Al Rahbi

Presented: PICCS 2016 Abstract PICC-0591

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Early norepinephrine can reverse shock and limit positive fluid balance in pediatric septic shock

S. Ranjit, R. Natraj, S. Kandath

Presented: WFPICCS 2016 Abstract PICC-0582

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Letter to Editor: Reliability of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor for pediatric patients

Fernando Beltramo, Jondavid Menteer, Asma Razavi, Robinder G. Khemani, Jacqueline Szmuszkovicz, Christopher J. L. Newth, Patrick A. Ross

Published: Pediatr Cardiol Vol 37, No.5, 2016 DOI 10.1007/s00246-016-1431-6

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Monitoring of children with pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: Proceedings from the pediatric acute lung injury consensus conference

Emeriaud, Guillaume MD, PhD; Newth, Christopher J. L. MD, FRCPC; for the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury Consensus Conference Group

Published: Pediatr Crit Care Med 2015; 16:S86–S101 June 2015 DOI: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000000436

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Early norepinephrine decreases fluid and ventilatory requirements in pediatric vasodilatory septic shock

Suchitra Ranjit, Rajeswari Yousefzadeh Natraj, Sathish Kumar Kandath, Niranjan Kissoon, Balasubramaniam Kazemnezhad Ramakrishnan, Paul E Marik

Published: Indian J Crit Care Med. 2016 Oct;20(10):561-569

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Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance: Clinical assessment compared with a noninvasive objective measurement in children with shock

Asma Razavi, MD, Christopher J.L. Newth, MD, FRCPC, Robinder G. Khemani, MD, MsCI, Fernando Beltramo, MD, Patrick A. Ross, MD

Published: Journal of Critical Care 39 (2017) 6–10

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