Evidence

Current Evidence - Emergency

Index

01Direkte Bestimmung des Schlagvolumens und Herzminutenvolumens durch nicht-invasive Doppleruntersuchung in der Luftrettung
02Moglichkeiten der praklinischen Sonographie in der Luftrettung (Possibilities of preclinical sonography in air rescue)
03Praklinische nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Schlagvolumens und Herzminutenvolumens durch Gewebedoppleruntersuchung in der Luftrettung (Preclinical non-invasive determination of the stroke volume and cardiac output by Doppler examination in the air rescue)
04Preclinical hemodynamic monitoring in air medical rescue service
05Systemic vascular resistance and cardiac output determined non-invasively with the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) in air medical service
06Novel preclinical non-invasive determination of cardiac output by CW Doppler in air medical service
07USCOM haemodynamics; Invasive myths and non-invasive alternatives. Forum on haemodynamic monitoring in the ER and ICU
08Nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen GewebeDoppler in der Luftrettung
09Herzdruckmassage bei Reanimation: Bestimmung der Herzminutenvolumens und Echokardiographie am Unfallort (Cardiac massage in resuscitation: Determination of the cardiac output and echocardiography at the scene of an accident)
10Feasibility of preclinical cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance in helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) in thoracic pain - The ultrasonic cardiac output monitor
11Making the case for USCOM
12Interrater reliability of cardiac output measurements by transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound: Implications for noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring in ED
13Determination du debit cardiaque et des resistances vasculaires systemiques en medecine prehospitaliere : Indications et possibles applications
14Hemodynamics in sepsis
15Circulation: A matter of life and death!
16Prognostic value of non-invasive cardiac index measurement in the emergency department using portable continuous wave Doppler device (USCOM): A pilot study
17Observer agreement of non-invasive cardiac output measurement in the emergency department using portable continuous wave Doppler device (USCOM)
18Optimising haemodynamics in the shocked child - the dangers of applying adult parameters to children
19Chapter Title: Motorradunfall (Severe Motorbike Accident)
20Der Fall: "Blut, Blut, Blut." Kasuistik einer Tumorblutung
21Der Fall: "Eingeklemmte Person" Kasuistik eines Hochrasanztraumas
22Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring using USCOM in HEMS at the scene
23Non-invasive determination of cardiac output by USCOM. Applications in the ICU and in HEMS
24Hemodynamic monitoring in HEMS and EMS
25Ventricular fibrillation and defibrillation increase the survival rate at the scene more than twofold in hems - the Hannover experience
26Mesure du debit cardiaque en prehospitalier dans un contexte de douleur thoracique
27The practice of measuring cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance as part of air rescue: portable ultrasound based emergency diagnostics and therapy monitoring of the haemodynamic situation
28The feasibility of measuring Cardiac Output during neonatal retrieval
29Emergency physicians can reliably assess emergency department patient Cardiac Output using the Uscom Continuous Wave Doppler Cardiac Output monitor
30Emergency physicians can reliably assess patient Cardiac Output using Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)
31Rapid evaluation of heaemodynamics in the critically ill patient by Continuous Wave Doppler Ultrasound measurement of aortic minute distance
32Doppler ultrasound Cardiac Output in emergency department sepsis syndrome
33Rapid non-invasive bedside determination of Inotropy - a feasibility study
34Measurement of Inotropy status in emergency department patients
35A comparison of the Uscom Cardiac Output monitor with base excess for detecting occult hypoperfusion in emergency department trauma patients
36Nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen Gewebedoppler in der Luftrettung
37Systemic Vascular Resistance and Cardiac Output determination in HEMS: the Hannover experience in 114 patients
38Non-invasive CW Doppler based Cardiac Output monitoring for Systemic Vascular Resistance and Cardiac Output determination in HEMS: the Hannover experience
39Clinical evaluation of the USCOM ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in the septic shock patient
40Non invasive ultrasonic Cardiac Output (USCOM): assessment of ease of use and inter-operator reproducibility
41Inter-rater agreement of a Non-invasive Ultrasound Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) device in emergency deparment patients
42Rapid non-invasive bedside determination of Inotropy: a feasibility study
43Inter-Rater Reliability for Noninvasive Measurement of Cardiac Function in Children
44Rapid Bedside Determination of Inotropy in Acute Patients
45Inotropy Index accurately predicts fluid responsiveness in volume resuscitation
46Variations in pulse oximetry plethysmographic waveform amplitude and hemodynamic assessment induced by passive leg raising in spontaneously breathing adult volunteers
47Rapid diagnosis of LVF in the ED by non-invasive measurement of inotropy
48Mesure du debit cardiaque en prehospitalier dans un contexte de douleur thoracique
49Non-invasive Doppler and passive leg raise predict volume response in medical intensive care unit patients
50Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care
51Ongoing hypovolemia in ED patients with DKA: feasibility of a nurse-drive protocol
52Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support of pediatric and neonatal septic shock: 2007 update from the American College of Critical Care Medicine
53Stroke volume measurement by non-invasive Doppler compared to central venous pressure in predicting volume response in medical ICU patients
54Immediate hemodynamic changes following betablockade in preclinical thoracic pain - ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (Uscom) in HEMS
55Comparison of cardiac index using transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound and transthoracic echo in adult and pediatric patients
56Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring in the acute phase of trauma resuscitation
57Effect of nasal continuous positive airway pressure on cardiac function in children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure
58Early microvascular changes in sepsis and severe sepsis
59Prospective evaluation of nuclear factor kappa-b and non-invasive hemodynamic estimates during the acute phase of trauma resuscitation
60Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring in the emergency department
61Cardiac output estimation by USCOM in the prehospital setting: feasibility pilot study
62Feasibility of cardiac output estimation by ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring in the prehospital setting
63Physiologic and clinical principles behind noninvasive resuscitation techniques and cardiac output monitoring
64Temporal measurement of Doppler ultrasound derived cardiac performance indicies in infants and children presenting with sepsis and septic shock
65Does the addition of blood gas and cardiac output to an early warning score in the emergency department predict organ failure at 48hrs?
66The role of stroke volume variation in predicting the volume responsiveness of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock
67Comparative assessment of hemodynamic impact of manual and mechanical external cardiac massage in patients experiencing cardiac arrest outside the hospital
68Decreased mortality, morbidity and emergency transport in septic shock; A new protocol based on advanced noninvasive haemodynamics and early antibiotics
69Noninvasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor for the differential diagnosis of shock
70Cardiovascular indices measured by a noninvasive Doppler ultrasonography cardiac output monitor in patients with stage 2 hypertension
71Cardiovascular indices measured by a noninvasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor in patients with stage 2 hypertension
72Feasibility of assessing and manageing haemodynamic derangements in patients with Stage 2 hypertension presenting to an emergency department
73Suitability of antihypertensive agents in ED patients with poorly controlled hypertension when evaluated against the primary haemodynamic abnormality
74Non-invasive method for rapid bedside estimation of inotropy: theory and preliminary clinical validation
75Urgent ultrasound guided hemodynamic assessments by a pediatric medical emergency team: A pilot study
76Non-invasive cardio-haemodynamic assessment in adult emergency department patients with sepsis
77Children's discomfort during noninvasive cardiac output monitoring by suprasternal ultrasonographic transducer
78Evaluating the role of USCOM for assessing shock in adult patients presenting to the emergency department
79Feasibility of assessing and managing hemodynamic derangements in emergency department patients with hypertension
80Haemodynamic changes measured using non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound in patients with uncontrolled essential hypertension after Bisoprolol treatment: A prospective observational feasibility study
81Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
82Evaluation of the utility of the Vigileo FloTrac, LiDCO, USCOM and CardioQ to detect hypovolaemia in conscious volunteers: a proof of concept study
83The significance of ultrasonic cardiac output monitor for monitoring cardiac function in the children with pneumonia complicated with heart failure
84Application value of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor in hypovolemic shock after trauma
85Research on the utility of noninvasive USCOM on diagnosis and therapy of dyspnea
86NIV in Medicina Interna: sono necessari sistemi di monitoraggio emodinamico? (Non invasive in internal medicine: Is hemodynamic monitoring necessary?)
87Measuring the cardiac output in acute emergency admissions: use of the non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with determination of the learning curve and inter-rater reliability
88Haemodynamic changes in emergency department patients with poorly controlled hypertension
89Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) derived haemodynamic derangements and severity of heart failure
-Summary by category

Direkte Bestimmung des Schlagvolumens und Herzminutenvolumens durch nicht-invasive Doppleruntersuchung in der Luftrettung

Knobloch K, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Lupkemann M, Gerich T, Krettek C

Presented: Fachtagung Luftrettung, 13.-16.Ocktober.2004, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

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Moglichkeiten der praklinischen Sonographie in der Luftrettung (Possibilities of preclinical sonography in air rescue)

Knobloch K

Presented: ADAC-Luftrettung Medcrewbriefing am 18.2.2005, Rosenheim

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Praklinische nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Schlagvolumens und Herzminutenvolumens durch Gewebedoppleruntersuchung in der Luftrettung (Preclinical non-invasive determination of the stroke volume and cardiac output by Doppler examination in the air rescue)

Knobloch K, Phillips R, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Lupkemann M, Mahlke L, Gerich T, Krettek C

Presented: Gemeinsamer Kongress Unfallchirurgie (DGU) und Orthopadie (DGOOC) in Berlin, 2005

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Preclinical hemodynamic monitoring in air medical rescue service

Knobloch K, Phillips R, Krettek C

Presented: CONTROVERSIES IN AEROMEDICINE: THE PLANE TRUTH. 8.-10.9.05, Sydney, Australien

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Systemic vascular resistance and cardiac output determined non-invasively with the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) in air medical service

Knobloch K, Hubrich V, Gerich T, Krettek C. Phillips R

Presented: International Society of Aeromedical Services Annual Scientific Meeting, 9th September, 2005, Sydney

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Novel preclinical non-invasive determination of cardiac output by CW Doppler in air medical service

Knobloch K, Krettek C, Phillips R

Presented: Air Medical Transport Conference, Austin, Texas, USA, 24-26.Oct 2005

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USCOM haemodynamics; Invasive myths and non-invasive alternatives. Forum on haemodynamic monitoring in the ER and ICU

Phillips R

Presented: Chinese College of Critical Care Medicine, 14th November, Beijing, PRC

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Nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen GewebeDoppler in der Luftrettung

Knobloch K, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Lupkemann M, Phillips R, Gerich T, Krettek C

Published: Anasthesiol Intensivmed Notfallmed Schmerzther 2005; 40: 1-6

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Herzdruckmassage bei Reanimation: Bestimmung der Herzminutenvolumens und Echokardiographie am Unfallort (Cardiac massage in resuscitation: Determination of the cardiac output and echocardiography at the scene of an accident)

Knobloch K, Lupkemann M, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Mahlke L, Gerich T, Krettek C, Phillips R

Published: Rettungsdienst 2005;8(172):68-71

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Feasibility of preclinical cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance in helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) in thoracic pain - The ultrasonic cardiac output monitor

Knobloch K, Phillips R

Presented: Jahrestagung der deutschen Gesellschaft fur Thorax-, Herz- & Gefasschirurgie. 19.-22.2.06 in Hamburg

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Making the case for USCOM

Phillips RA, Bilkovski R, Brierley J, Berry F

Published: Emergency Medicine Australasia 2006; 18(2): 205-206 (Letter to the Editor)

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Interrater reliability of cardiac output measurements by transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound: Implications for noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring in ED

Nguyen HB, Losey T, Rasmussen J Oliver R, Guptill M, Wittlake WA, Corbett SW.

Presented: SAEM, 2006

Published: Am J Emerg Med 2006; 24:828-835

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Determination du debit cardiaque et des resistances vasculaires systemiques en medecine prehospitaliere : Indications et possibles applications

Knobloch K

Published: Urgence Pratique 2006 ;76 :41-2

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Hemodynamics in sepsis

Ahrens T

Presented: ANZICS, 2007, New Zealand

Published: AACN Advanced Critical Care. 17(4):435-445, October/December 2006

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Circulation: A matter of life and death!

Phillips RA

Presented: Scientific Symposium on Emergency Medicine, 2006, Hong Kong

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Prognostic value of non-invasive cardiac index measurement in the emergency department using portable continuous wave Doppler device (USCOM): A pilot study

Tam MK, Rainer TH

Presented: Hong Kong Emergency Medicine Scientific Symposium 2006

Published: Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 13 (4) Oct 2006 - 15

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Observer agreement of non-invasive cardiac output measurement in the emergency department using portable continuous wave Doppler device (USCOM)

Tam MK, Tang CO, Lai KHW, Yeung VTY, Man ELK, Lam AHL, Rainer TH

Presented: Hong Kong Emergency Medicine Scientific Symposium 2006

Published: Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 13 (4) Oct 2006 - 18

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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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Chapter Title: Motorradunfall (Severe Motorbike Accident)

Knobloch K, Lupkemann M

Published: CASE STUDIES IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE

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Der Fall: "Blut, Blut, Blut." Kasuistik einer Tumorblutung

Knobloch K, Lupkemann M, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Probst C, Krettek C

Published: Rettungsdienst 2007;30:76-8

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Der Fall: "Eingeklemmte Person" Kasuistik eines Hochrasanztraumas

Knobloch K, Lupkemann M, Hubrich V, Rohmann P, Probst C, Krettek C

Published: Rettungsdienst 2007;30:69-73

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Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring using USCOM in HEMS at the scene

Knobloch K

Published: J Trauma 2007;62(4):1069-70 author reply 1070

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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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Hemodynamic monitoring in HEMS and EMS

Knobloch K

Presented: Air Medical Transport Conference, 2007, Tampa, FL, USA

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Ventricular fibrillation and defibrillation increase the survival rate at the scene more than twofold in hems - the Hannover experience

Knobloch, Azab MA, Vogt PM

Presented: Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) Scientific Assembly, 2007, Tampa, Florida

Published: Air Med J, Vol 26 , Issue 5, Pg 230 - 239

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Mesure du debit cardiaque en prehospitalier dans un contexte de douleur thoracique

K Knobloch, V Hubrich, P Rohmann, M Lupkemann, T Gerich, C Krettek, R Phillips

Published: URGENCE PRATIQUE - 2008 No90 pg9-13

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The practice of measuring cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance as part of air rescue: portable ultrasound based emergency diagnostics and therapy monitoring of the haemodynamic situation

Knobloch K

Presented: Fachtagung Luftrettung Conference, Braunschweig, Germany, Oct 3-5, 2007

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The feasibility of measuring Cardiac Output during neonatal retrieval

Dhulia A1, Miller D1, Patel N2, Stewart M1,2
1 Newborn Emergency Transport Service, Victoria, Melbourne, 2 The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.

Published: Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 44 (2008) A 87-88. P 28

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Emergency physicians can reliably assess emergency department patient Cardiac Output using the Uscom Continuous Wave Doppler Cardiac Output monitor

Dey I., Sprivulus P., Department of Emergency Medicine, Fremantle Hospital, Fremantle, Western Australia

Presented: International Conference of Emergency Medicine in Cairns, June 2004

Published: Australia Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2005 vol 17, pp 193-99

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Emergency physicians can reliably assess patient Cardiac Output using Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)

Jenny My Lam, CO Tang, MK Tam, Colin A Graham, Timothy H Rainer, Trauma & Emergency Centre, Prince of Wales Hospital; Accident & Emergency Medicine Academic Unit, the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Presented: Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine Scientific Session, October 2005

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Rapid evaluation of heaemodynamics in the critically ill patient by Continuous Wave Doppler Ultrasound measurement of aortic minute distance

Smith B., Parakkal A., Department of Anaesthetics and Critical Care, Broken Hill Base Hospital, NSW, Australia

Presented: Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine Scientific Session, October 2005

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Doppler ultrasound Cardiac Output in emergency department sepsis syndrome

P.M. Middleton & R. Carroll, Emergency Department, Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, Australia

Presented: 23rd annual scientific meeting of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine, Sydney NSW, 19 - 24 November, 2006

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Rapid non-invasive bedside determination of Inotropy - a feasibility study

Brendan E Smith; Veronica M Madigan School of Biomedical Science, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW, Australia

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

Published: Crit Care Med 2007 Vol. 35, No. 12 (Suppl) # 299

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Measurement of Inotropy status in emergency department patients

Brendan Smith & V M Madigan. School of Biomedical Sciences Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia

Presented: Scientific Symposium of Emergency Medicine, Hong Kong. 17-18 October 2007

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A comparison of the Uscom Cardiac Output monitor with base excess for detecting occult hypoperfusion in emergency department trauma patients

O. Thom1, D. Taylor2, R. Wolfe3, R. Judson3, P. Myles4, H. Krum4, R. Wolfe4;
1. Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA, 2. Austin Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA, 3. Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA, 4. Monash University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.

Published: Annals of Emergency Medicine 2008; Vol 51, no.4 (April): 473

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Nicht-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen Gewebedoppler in der Luftrettung

Knobloch K, Hubrich V., Rohmann P., Lupkemann M., Phillips R., Gerich T., Krettek C.

Presented: Air Rescue Conference, Bavaria, November 2004

Published: Anaesthesiol Intensivmed Notfallmed Schmerzther (AINS), 2005; 40:1-6

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Systemic Vascular Resistance and Cardiac Output determination in HEMS: the Hannover experience in 114 patients

Knobloch K.1,2, Phillips RA.3, Vogt PM.1
1 Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Medical School Hannover Germany
2Emergency Helicopter HEMS Christoph 4, Medical School Hannover, Germany 3Cardiology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Presented: American Medical Transport Conference, Tampa Florida USA 17-19 September 2007

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Non-invasive CW Doppler based Cardiac Output monitoring for Systemic Vascular Resistance and Cardiac Output determination in HEMS: the Hannover experience

Karsten Knobloch, Hannover Medical School, Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Hannover, Germany

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

Published: Crit Care Med 2007 Vol. 35, No. 12 (Suppl) # 288

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Clinical evaluation of the USCOM ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in the septic shock patient

LIU Ji-hai, YU Xue-zhong, WANG Zhong et al.

Published: Chin J Crit Care Med, Mar. 2011, Vol 31, No.3 doi:10.3969/j.issn.1002-1949.2011.03.001

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Non invasive ultrasonic Cardiac Output (USCOM): assessment of ease of use and inter-operator reproducibility

Liz Steel, Rebecca Carroll, Margherita Murgo, Martin Boyle, Paul Middleton
Intensive Care and Emergency Department Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, Australia

Presented: 31st ANZICS Conference, Hobart, Australia, October 2006

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Inter-rater agreement of a Non-invasive Ultrasound Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) device in emergency deparment patients

Losey T., Nguyen H.B., Corbett S.W., Wittlake W.A.
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA

Presented: American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Conference, Washington, Sept 2005

Published: American Journal of Emergency Medicine (2006) 24, 828-835

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Rapid non-invasive bedside determination of Inotropy: a feasibility study

Smith BE, Madigan VM, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia

Published: Annals of Emergency Medicine Vol 51, No 4. April 2008, page 480

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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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Rapid Bedside Determination of Inotropy in Acute Patients

Brendan E Smith, Veronica M Madigan

Published: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Vol 36, No 4, p 608

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Inotropy Index accurately predicts fluid responsiveness in volume resuscitation

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: Emergency Medicine Australasia (2009) 21 (Suppl. 1), A1–A24 doi: 10.1111/j.1742-6732.2009.01159.x page A15

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Variations in pulse oximetry plethysmographic waveform amplitude and hemodynamic assessment induced by passive leg raising in spontaneously breathing adult volunteers

Jai Woog Ko, M.D., Sang Weon Chung, M.D., Yo Seob Park, M.D., Kyo Joon Lee, M.D.*, Dong Seok Moon, M.D.* and In Byung Kim, M.D. Departments of Emergency Medicine, *Chest Surgery, Kwandong University College of Medicine, Goyang, Korea

Presented: Presented at Asia pacific Critical Care Medicine, (APCCM) - Sydney, Oct, 2008

Published: APCC Congress Guide Page 132, 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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Mesure du debit cardiaque en prehospitalier dans un contexte de douleur thoracique

K.Knobloch, V Hubrich, P Rohmann, M Lupkemann, T Gerich, C Krettek, R Phillips

Published: URGENCE PRATIQUE - 2008, No90, pg 9-13

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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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Ongoing hypovolemia in ED patients with DKA: feasibility of a nurse-drive protocol

Karey Dutcheschen, Katie Wetsonis, Robert L Sherwin

Presented: SCCM 2009

Published: Crit Care Med 2008 Vol. 36, No. 12 (Suppl) A152

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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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Stroke volume measurement by non-invasive Doppler compared to central venous pressure in predicting volume response in medical ICU patients

S. Thiel, M Kollef, W Isakow

Presented: SCCM 2009, Nashville, USA

Published: Crit Care Med 2008 Vol. 36, No 12 (Suppl)

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Immediate hemodynamic changes following betablockade in preclinical thoracic pain - ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (Uscom) in HEMS

Karsten Knobloch, MD

Presented: CCTMC 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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Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring in the acute phase of trauma resuscitation

Christian D. McClung MD MPhil, William K Mallon MD, Kenji Inaba MD, Ebrahim Zandi PhD, Sean O. Henderson MD

Presented: SAEM 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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Early microvascular changes in sepsis and severe sepsis

Spanos A, Jhanji S, Vivian-Smith A, Harris T, Pearse RM.

Published: Shock. 2010 Apr;33(4):387-91

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Prospective evaluation of nuclear factor kappa-b and non-invasive hemodynamic estimates during the acute phase of trauma resuscitation

Christian McClung; Ebrahim Zandi; Kenji Inaba; Sean Henderson

Presented: AHA 2009

Published: Circulation. 2009;120:S1466

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Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring in the emergency department

P.M. Middleton and S.R. Davies

Published: Current Opinion in Critical Care 2011, 17:342-350

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Cardiac output estimation by USCOM in the prehospital setting: feasibility pilot study

Francois-xavier Duchateau, Tobias Gauss, Alexis Burnod, Hugo Lenglet, Marie-laure Devaud, Agnes Ricard-hibon, Jean Mantz

Presented: EuSEM Scientific Meeting Stockholm

Published: European Journal of Emergency Medicine 2010, Vol 17 No 5. Abstract 17, page 312

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Feasibility of cardiac output estimation by ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring in the prehospital setting

Francois-Xavier Duchateau, Tobias Gauss, Alexis Burnod, Agnes Ricard-Hibon, Philippe Juvin and Jean Mantz

Presented: Fifth congress of the European Society of Emergency Medicine

Published: European Journal of Emergency Medicine, December 2011 - Volume 18 - Issue 6 - p 357-359, doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0b013e32834777b6

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Physiologic and clinical principles behind noninvasive resuscitation techniques and cardiac output monitoring

Anthony M. Napoli

Published: Cardiology Research and Practice. Volume 2012, Article ID 531908, doi:10.1155/2012/531908

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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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Does the addition of blood gas and cardiac output to an early warning score in the emergency department predict organ failure at 48hrs?

A. J. Nasir, C. Hymers, C. Junghans, K. Hogan, T. Harris and C.O.L.L.E.C.T.

Presented: ICEM 2012

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The role of stroke volume variation in predicting the volume responsiveness of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock

HUANG Lei, ZHANG Wei-xing, CAI Wen-xun, LUO Hua, CHEN Ying-qun, ZHANG Shen

Published: Chin J Emerg Med, Sept 2010, Vol.19, No.9 DOI: 10.3760/cma.j.issn.1671-0282.2010.09.004

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Comparative assessment of hemodynamic impact of manual and mechanical external cardiac massage in patients experiencing cardiac arrest outside the hospital

N. Opprecht, JM Yeguiayan, S. Mirek, A. Daisey, E. Milojevitch, M. Freysz

Presented: SFAR 2012

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Decreased mortality, morbidity and emergency transport in septic shock; A new protocol based on advanced noninvasive haemodynamics and early antibiotics

Smith, Brendan; Phillips, Robert; Madigan, Veronica; West, Malcolm

Presented: SCCM 2013

Published: Critical Care Medicine. 40(12):1-17,DOI: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000425236.44389.af

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Noninvasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor for the differential diagnosis of shock

Chan SS, Agarwal N, Narain S, Tse MM, Chan CP, Ho GY, Graham CA, Rainer TH

Published: Am J Emerg Med. 2012 May;30(4):629-30. Epub 2012 Mar 3. PubMed PMID: 22386345

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Cardiovascular indices measured by a noninvasive Doppler ultrasonography cardiac output monitor in patients with stage 2 hypertension

Rainer TH, Chan SS, Tse MM, Chan CP, Graham CA

Presented: American College of Emergency Physicians

Published: Annals of Emergency Medicine 2012;60:S141

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Cardiovascular indices measured by a noninvasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor in patients with stage 2 hypertension

Chan SSW, Tse MM, Chan CPY, Graham CA, Rainer TH

Presented: International Congress of Cardiology, Hong Kong

Published: Eur Heart J Suppl (2012) 14 (suppl A): A24-A29. doi: 10.1093/eurheartj/sur028 Abstract P089

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Feasibility of assessing and manageing haemodynamic derangements in patients with Stage 2 hypertension presenting to an emergency department

Stewart Siu-Wa Chan, Nandini Agarwal, Mandy Man Tse, Cangel Pui-Yee Chan, Yan-Ling Li, Colin A Graham, Timothy H Rainer

Presented: Hong Kong - Shenzhen Emergency Medicine Conference

Published: Hong Kong - Shenzhen Emergency Medicine Conference 2013 Scientific Program

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Suitability of antihypertensive agents in ED patients with poorly controlled hypertension when evaluated against the primary haemodynamic abnormality

Tai CK, Chan SS, Chan CPY, Graham CA, Rainer TH

Presented: 14th International Conference on Emergency Medicine Dublin, Ireland

Published: Delegate Programme 2012:58

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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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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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Non-invasive cardio-haemodynamic assessment in adult emergency department patients with sepsis

Vorwerk, Christiane

Presented: University of Leicester

Published: Leicester Research Archive, College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology, Cardiovascular Sciences, Department of Theses, Dept. of Cardiovascular Sciences

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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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Evaluating the role of USCOM for assessing shock in adult patients presenting to the emergency department

Timothy Rainer, Yan-ling Li, Cangel Chan, Stewart Chan, Pei-yi Lin, Xiao-hui Chen, Brendan Smith, Colin Graham

Published: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.resuscitation.2014.03.283

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Feasibility of assessing and managing hemodynamic derangements in emergency department patients with hypertension

Chun Kuen Tai, Stewart SW Chan, Nandini Agarwal, Mandy M Tse, Cangel PY Chan, Yan-Ling Li, Colin A Graham, Timothy H Rainer

Presented: ICEM Hong Kong

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Haemodynamic changes measured using non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound in patients with uncontrolled essential hypertension after Bisoprolol treatment: A prospective observational feasibility study

Nga-man Cheng, Lok-lam Mak, Weiwei Zeng, Junrong Mo, Li Huang, Stewart Chan, Colin A Graham, Brian Tomlinson, Timothy H Rainer

Presented: ICEM Hong Kong

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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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Evaluation of the utility of the Vigileo FloTrac, LiDCO, USCOM and CardioQ to detect hypovolaemia in conscious volunteers: a proof of concept study

O'Loughlin E1, Ward M, Crossley A, Hughes R, Bremner AP, Corcoran T.

Published: Anaesthesia. 2015 Feb;70(2):142-9. doi: 10.1111/anae.12949

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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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Application value of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor in hypovolemic shock after trauma

MU Chunkai, WANG Yongqiang

Published: Continuing Medical Education, Oct. 2014, Vol.28, No.10

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Research on the utility of noninvasive USCOM on diagnosis and therapy of dyspnea

LIU Yan-ping, Song Cheng-wei, WANG Duo

Published: Chin Prac Med, Dec 2013, Vol 8, No 34

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NIV in Medicina Interna: sono necessari sistemi di monitoraggio emodinamico? (Non invasive in internal medicine: Is hemodynamic monitoring necessary?)

Nicola Di Battista, Francesco Savelli

Published: QUADERNI - Italian Journal of Medicine 2015; 3:e64

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Measuring the cardiac output in acute emergency admissions: use of the non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with determination of the learning curve and inter-rater reliability

Luke E Hodgson, Richard Venn, Lui G Forni, Theophilus L Samuels and Howard G Wakeling

Published: Journal of the Intensive Care Society May 2016 vol. 17 no. 2 122-128

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Haemodynamic changes in emergency department patients with poorly controlled hypertension

Stewart SW Chan, Mandy M Tse, Cangel PY Chan, Marcus CK Tai, Colin A Graham, Timothy H Rainer

Published: Hong Kong Med J 2016;22:Epub DOI: 10.12809/hkmj154566

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Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) derived haemodynamic derangements and severity of heart failure

Timothy Rainer, Nga-man Cheng, Michelle Lee, Junrong Mo, Lok-tsun So, Zaheer Yousef, Timothy Coats, Colin Graham

Presented: ICEM 2016 and WISEM 2016 Abstract 0006

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