Evidence

Current Evidence - ICU

Index

01Prospektive non-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen Gewebedoppler auf der herzchirurgischen Intensivstation
02Non-invasive approach to haemodynamic monitoring in the ICU
03USCOM, non-invasive Doppler - an accurate measurement of cardiac output?
04USCOM haemodynamics; Invasive myths and non-invasive alternatives. Forum on haemodynamic monitoring in the ER and ICU
05 Non-invasive cardiac output determination by two-dimensional independent Doppler during and after cardiac surgery
06Comparison study of cardiac output measurement of transthoracic Doppler ultrasound (USCOM) with continuous thermodilution
07Invasive myths and non-invasive truths: A new approach to haemodynamics in the ICU
08Non-invasive cardiac output measurement in the cardiac surgical environment
09Hemodynamics in sepsis
10Optimising haemodynamics in the shocked child - the dangers of applying adult parameters to children
11Measurement of cardiac output with a non-invasive continuous wave Doppler device versus the pulmonary artery catheter: A comparative study
12Nurse-derived cardiac output measurement using a non invasive cardiac output monitor
13Evaluation of cardiac output monitoring devices: Clarity or confusion?
14Monitoring of cardiotoxicity during immunotherapy with herceptin using simultaneous Continuous Wave Doppler depending on n-terminal-pro-brain natriuretic peptide
15Nicht-invasives hemodynamisches Monitoring bei Intensivpatienten. Erfahrungen mit dem Doppler-basierten. (USCOM-System und Korrelation zu invasiven Bestimmungsmethoden. (Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients. Initial experience with the ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device and correlation to invasive measurements)
16A comparison of cardiac output assessment by pulmonary artery catheter and nurse-controlled non invasive cardiac output device
17The most important vital signs are not being measured
18Lung de-recruitment and re-recruitment after suction of the endotracheal tube in ventilated children
19CVS: The future of cardiovascular monitoring
20The use of technology to the betterment of patient outcome
21Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care
22Efficacy of a transthoracic Doppler system to access cardiac function on ventilated patients in the intensive care unit
23Utilization of non invasive ultrasound guided Cardiac Output measurements (USCOM) to improve donor management
24Respiratory therapists utilize ultrasound to make decisions on oxygenation delivery
25Association between cardiac index and mortality in patients assessed on the ward by a crititcal care outreach team
26Swan-ganz catheter vs non-invasive Doppler ultrasonography: is there still a place for pulmonary artery catheter in the ICU practice?
27Non-invasive Hemodynamic monitoring in the intensive care unit: NIHM-ICU study. A prospective controlled trial evaluating Uscom with the more traditional continuous Cardiac Output monitor (flow probe pulmonary artery catheter) in medical and surgical ICU patients: an evaluation of accuracy and user to user variability
28Non-invasive Hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients - initial experience with the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring (USCOM) device and correlation to invasive measurements
29High frequency oscillatory ventilation does not impair Cardiac Output in infants with isolated respiratory failure
30Efficacy of a transthoracic Doppler system to access cardiac function on ventilated patients in the intensive care unit
31Non-invasive Cardiac Output: accuracy between the Uscom and the Esophageal Doppler monitor
32Clinical evaluation of the Uscom Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor in cardiac surgery patients in the intensive care unit
33Non-invasive determination of Cardiac Output by CW Doppler after cardiac surgery in the intensive care unit
34Evaluation of noninvasive Cardiac Output monitor with transthoracic Doppler method in the ICU
35Cardiac Output estimation with a new Doppler device after off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery
36Clinical evaluation of the USCOM ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in the septic shock patient
37Validation of the USCOM 1A Cardiac Output monitor in Hemodynamic unstable intensive care patients
38Non invasive ultrasonic Cardiac Output (USCOM): assessment of ease of use and inter-operator reproducibility
39Differential Hemodynamic response using Continuous Wave Doppler depending on n-terminal-pro brain natriuretic peptide (nt-pro-bnp) during immunotherapy with Trastuzumab vs. Paclitaxel for metastatic breast cancer
40Simultaneous Hemodynamic and serological cardiotoxicity monitoring during immunotherapy with Trastuzumab
41Combined nt-pro-bnp and CW-Doppler ultrasound Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM) in epirubicin and liposomal doxorubicin therapy
42Trastuzumab and liposomal doxorubicin in breast cancer therapy have differential immediate Hemodynamic responses
43A comparative study of the Uscom Cardiac Output monitor and the pulmonary artery catheter
44Inotropes in Septic Shock - A Question of Balance
45Rapid Bedside Determination of Inotropy in Acute Patients
46Effect of changes in arterial carbon dioxide levels on cerebral and somatic tissue oxygenation in infants following cardiopulmonary bypass
47Variations in pulse oximetry plethysmographic waveform amplitude and hemodynamic assessment induced by passive leg raising in spontaneously breathing adult volunteers
48Double-knotted Swan-Ganz catheter potential for non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring?
49Rapid diagnosis of LVF in the ED by non-invasive measurement of inotropy
50Non-invasive Doppler and passive leg raise predict volume response in medical intensive care unit patients
51Clinical validation of the non-invasive cardiac output monitor USCOM 1A in critically ill patients
52Use of ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM), t4 infusion and goal directed donor hemodynamic management improve organs transplanted per donor
53Noninvasive Doppler ultrasonography for assessing cardiac function: can it replace the Swan-Ganz catheter?
54Goal directed hemodynamic management in organ donors after brain-death improves organs transplanted per donor
55Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support of pediatric and neonatal septic shock: 2007 update from the American College of Critical Care Medicine
56Stroke volume measurement by non-invasive Doppler compared to central venous pressure in predicting volume response in medical ICU patients
57Noninvasive cardiac output measurement in heart failure subjects on circulatory support
58B-type natriuretic peptide, corrected flow time and central venous pressure as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock
59Non-invasive stroke volume measurement and passive leg raising predict volume responsiveness in medical ICU patients: an observational cohort study
60Nurse-determined assessment of cardiac output. Comparing a non-invasive cardiac output device and pulmonary artery catheter: A prospective observational study
61Assessment of the clinical utility of an ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output (the USCOM) and agreement with thermodilution measurement
62A comparison of transcutaneous Doppler corrected flow time, b-type natriuretic peptide and central venous pressure as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock: a preliminary evaluation
63Comparison of a supra-sternal cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with the pulmonary artery catheter
64Physiologic and clinical principles behind noninvasive resuscitation techniques and cardiac output monitoring
65Nursing considerations to complement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines
66Cardiac output measurements in septic patients: Comparing the accuracy of USCOM to PiCCO
67Mechanical ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure in critically ill patients: comparison of CW-Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) and thermodilution (PiCCO)
68Clinical observation of passive leg raising combined with non-invasive cardiac output monitoring system in predicting volume responsiveness
69The role of stroke volume variation in predicting the volume responsiveness of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock
70Accurate, noninvasive, transcutaneous Doppler (USCOM) measures of cardiac output and vascular resistance may improve guidance of antihypertensive therapy
71Hemodynamic monitoring by USCOM during rapid sequence intubation (RSI) with Etomidate/Fentanyl or Ketamine/Midazolam
72Decreased mortality, morbidity and emergency transport in septic shock; A new protocol based on advanced noninvasive haemodynamics and early antibiotics
73Cardiotoxicity After Anthracycline Treatment in Survivors of Adult Cancers: Monitoring by USCOM, Echocardiography and Serum Biomarkers
74Non-invasive method for rapid bedside estimation of inotropy: theory and preliminary clinical validation
75Impact of positive end-expiratory pressure on cardiac index measured by ultrasound cardiac output monitor
76Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
77Use of ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring for patients after coronary artery bypass grafting
78Guiding role of USCOM in fluid management of ARDS patients induced by pulmonary contusion
79Application value of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor in hypovolemic shock after trauma
80Research on the utility of noninvasive USCOM on diagnosis and therapy of dyspnea
81Techniques available for hemodynamic monitoring. Advantages and limitations
82Stroke volume optimization: The new hemodynamic algorithm
83Study the hemodynamic components of ICU (Intensive Care Unit) patients with USCOM
84The effects of malnutrition on cardiac function in african children assessed by the ultrasound cardiac output monitor
85Fluid balance in the ICU - Interventions to minimize fluids in patients with septic shock
86Transpulmonary pressure and pressure. Rate product to guide ventilator management in children
87A comparison of the non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with the oesophageal Doppler monitor during major abdominal surgery
88Extended multimodal monitoring is useful for optimizing hemodynamics in pediatric septic shock
89USCOM monitoring of hemodynamic profiles in mechanically ventilated critically ill children
90Independently tailored fluid management regimes in severe septic shock: efficient use of haemodynamic monitoring
91The validity of Ultrasound Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) measurements in clinically stable and unstable pediatric patients
92Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) derived haemodynamic derangements and severity of heart failure
93Early norepinephrine can reverse shock and limit positive fluid balance in pediatric septic shock
94Targeted fluid minimization following initial resuscitation in septic shock: A pilot study
-Summary by category

Prospektive non-invasive Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens durch einen transkutanen Gewebedoppler auf der herzchirurgischen Intensivstation

Knobloch K, Lichtenberg A, Winterhalter M, Rossner D, Pichlmaier M, Leyh RG, Philips R, Karck M, Haverich A

Published: Zeitschrift fur Herz-, Thorax- und Gefasschirurgie, Volume 18, Number 4, August 2004, pp. 203-208(6)

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Non-invasive approach to haemodynamic monitoring in the ICU

Phillips R

Presented: Taiwan Society of Cardiovascular Anaesthesia. 5th Annual Scientific Meeting, Taichung. 5th March. Keynote address

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USCOM, non-invasive Doppler - an accurate measurement of cardiac output?

Lichtenthal PJ, Phillips RA, Sloniger JA, Copeland JG

Published: Anesthesiology 2005; 103: A862

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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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Non-invasive cardiac output determination by two-dimensional independent Doppler during and after cardiac surgery

Knobloch K, Lichtenberg A, Winterhalter M, Rossner D, Pichlmaier M, and Phillips RA

Published: Ann Thorac Surg 2005;80:1479-84

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Comparison study of cardiac output measurement of transthoracic Doppler ultrasound (USCOM) with continuous thermodilution

Kotake Y

Published: J Jpn Soc Intensive Care Med, 2006;13(Suppl):p93. (March)

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Invasive myths and non-invasive truths: A new approach to haemodynamics in the ICU

Phillips RA

Presented: ICU Society of Guandong Summit Meeting 20th May, 2006

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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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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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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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Measurement of cardiac output with a non-invasive continuous wave Doppler device versus the pulmonary artery catheter: A comparative study

Chan JS, Segara D, Nair P

Presented: ANZICS Annual Scientific Meeting, Hobart, Tasmania, 12-15 October, 2006

Published: Critical Care & Resuscitation 2006; 8: 309-314

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Nurse-derived cardiac output measurement using a non invasive cardiac output monitor

Corley A, Fraser J, Mullany D

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

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Evaluation of cardiac output monitoring devices: Clarity or confusion?

Tan HL

Published: Critical Care and Resuscitation, Volume 8, Number 4

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Monitoring of cardiotoxicity during immunotherapy with herceptin using simultaneous Continuous Wave Doppler depending on n-terminal-pro-brain natriuretic peptide

Knobloch K, Tepe J, Lichtinghagen R, Luck HJ, Vogt PM

Published: Clin Med 2007;7(1):88-9. (eLetter)

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Nicht-invasives hemodynamisches Monitoring bei Intensivpatienten. Erfahrungen mit dem Doppler-basierten. (USCOM-System und Korrelation zu invasiven Bestimmungsmethoden. (Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients. Initial experience with the ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device and correlation to invasive measurements)

Stemmler HJ, Weigert O, Gruner N, Tschop K, Parhofer K

Published: Intensivmedizin und Notfallmedizin, Vol 44, No. 6, 2007, p366-371

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A comparison of cardiac output assessment by pulmonary artery catheter and nurse-controlled non invasive cardiac output device

Corley A

Presented: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, Rotorua, NZ, page 81

Published: Anaesth Intensive Care 2007;35: 903-910

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The most important vital signs are not being measured

Ahrens, T

Published: Aust Crit Care 2008 Jan 17

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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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CVS: The future of cardiovascular monitoring

Ahrens T

Presented: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007

Published: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, conference booklet, pg 60

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The use of technology to the betterment of patient outcome

Ahrens T

Presented: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, Rotorua, NZ. Open Plenary Session

Published: ANZICS/ACCCN 2007, Conference booklet, page 60

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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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Efficacy of a transthoracic Doppler system to access cardiac function on ventilated patients in the intensive care unit

Rajagopalan R. E., Kuma S.
Dept of Critical Care Medicine; Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai

Presented: 10th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Critical Care, Mumbai, February 2004

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Utilization of non invasive ultrasound guided Cardiac Output measurements (USCOM) to improve donor management

S E Collazo, M Stadtler, K Samartan, A Teller, A Komac-Pazur, A Otero
OneLegacy, Los Angeles, California
Floyd Peterso, MPH and Mudit Mathur MD
Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, California

Presented: NATCO 32nd Annual Meeting August 12-15, 2007 New York, USA

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Respiratory therapists utilize ultrasound to make decisions on oxygenation delivery

Ramirez C. BA, RRT
Director of Respiratory Services, Banner Estrella Medical Center, Phoenix, Arizona.

Published: AARC Times, Vol 32, Issue 1, Jan 2008

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Association between cardiac index and mortality in patients assessed on the ward by a crititcal care outreach team

Nourse S1, Hurding A1, McGinley1, Mandersloot G3, and Pearse R2
1. Critical Care Outreach Team and 2.Intensive Care Unit, The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London, United Kingdom.

Presented: ICS-State of the Art Meeting, London, December 2007

Published: Journal of the Intensive Care Society, Volume 9 Number 2 July 2008

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Swan-ganz catheter vs non-invasive Doppler ultrasonography: is there still a place for pulmonary artery catheter in the ICU practice?

Saurabh J, Vafa A, Marguilies D R.
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles Ca.

Presented: South Western Surgical Congress, Acapulco, Mexico, 1st April; Oral presentation

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Non-invasive Hemodynamic monitoring in the intensive care unit: NIHM-ICU study. A prospective controlled trial evaluating Uscom with the more traditional continuous Cardiac Output monitor (flow probe pulmonary artery catheter) in medical and surgical ICU patients: an evaluation of accuracy and user to user variability

Christopher Manganaris, MD, Associate, Joseph Zalocha, MD, Christopher Newcomb, MD, Alexander Manganaris.
Orlando Regional Medical Center

Presented: American College of Physicians Meeting, Gainesville, FL, March 23-25, 2007

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Non-invasive Hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients - initial experience with the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring (USCOM) device and correlation to invasive measurements

F. Brettner, V. Lange, S. Geiger, A. Hausmann, K. G. Parhofer, H.-J. Stemmler

Presented: 114th Congress of DGIM (German Society for Internal Medicine), 29. March - 2. April 2008 Wiesbaden, Germany (abstract #YIA2)

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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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Efficacy of a transthoracic Doppler system to access cardiac function on ventilated patients in the intensive care unit

Dr.Ram.E.Rajagopalan & Dr.Suresh Kumar
Dept of Critical Care Medicine; Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai, India

Presented: 10th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Critical Care, Mumbai, India, February 2004

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Non-invasive Cardiac Output: accuracy between the Uscom and the Esophageal Doppler monitor

Martini, John 1, Bilkovski, Robert 1, Crawford, John 2.
1Emergency Medicine, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, USA
2Respiratory Therapy, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, USA

Presented: 36th Annual Congress of the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Orlando, Florida, February 17-21, 2007; 27th ISICEM, March 27-30, Brussels

Published: Critical Care March 2007, Vol 11 Supp 2, 27th International Symposium of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine - P288

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Clinical evaluation of the Uscom Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor in cardiac surgery patients in the intensive care unit

Tan, H.L1, Pinder, M.2, Parsons, R.3, Roberts, B.4 and van Heerden, P.V.5
1 FRCA, Department of Intensive Care, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands, Western Australia 2F.J.F.I.C.M, Dept of Intensive Care, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands, WA; 3PhD., Biostatistical Consultant 4RN, IC Cert, Department of Intensive Care, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands WA;
5Ph.D., F.J.F.I.C.M, Department of Intensive Care, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Pharmacology Unit, School of Medicine and Pharmacology, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia

Presented: Society of Critical Care Medicine conference in Phoenix, Arizona in January 2005

Published: British Journal of Anaesthesia 94 (3): 287-91 (2005)

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Non-invasive determination of Cardiac Output by CW Doppler after cardiac surgery in the intensive care unit

Knobloch K., Lichtenberg A., Winterhalter M., Rossner D., Pichlmaier M., Phillips R.
Hanover University Hospital, Hanover, Germany, September, 2003

Published: The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 2005, vol 80, no 4, pp1479-1484

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Evaluation of noninvasive Cardiac Output monitor with transthoracic Doppler method in the ICU

Yoshifumi Kotake. MD, PhD; Takeshi Suzuki, MD, PhD; Nobuyuki Katori, MD, PhD; Ryohei Serita, MD, Phd;Junzo Takeda, MD, PhD;
GICU, Keio University Hospital, Shinjuku, Japan

Presented: American Society of Anesthesiology Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 2006

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Cardiac Output estimation with a new Doppler device after off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery

Rajesh Chand MD, Yatin Mehta MD, DNB, FRCA FAMS, and Naresh Trehan MD
Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care, Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi, India.

Published: Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia 2006; 20(3): 315-319 (June)

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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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Validation of the USCOM 1A Cardiac Output monitor in Hemodynamic unstable intensive care patients

L.E.M. Haas, D.H.T. Tjan, J. van Wees, A.R.H. van Zanten
Department of Intensive Care, Gelderse Vallei Hospital, Ede, The Netherlands

Presented: Annual Intensive Care Society Congress, the Netherlands, February 2006

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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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Differential Hemodynamic response using Continuous Wave Doppler depending on n-terminal-pro brain natriuretic peptide (nt-pro-bnp) during immunotherapy with Trastuzumab vs. Paclitaxel for metastatic breast cancer

Karsten Knobloch, Julia Tepe, Ralf Lichtinghagen, Hans-Joachim Lück, Marcus Spies, Peter M. Vogt

Presented: German National Congress For Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, November 2006

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Simultaneous Hemodynamic and serological cardiotoxicity monitoring during immunotherapy with Trastuzumab

Knobloch K, Tepe J, Lichtinghagen R, Luck HJ, Vogt PM
Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery Medical School Hannover, Hannover, Germany.

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 125, Issue 1, 28 March 2008, Pages 113-115

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Combined nt-pro-bnp and CW-Doppler ultrasound Cardiac Output monitoring (USCOM) in epirubicin and liposomal doxorubicin therapy

Knobloch K, Tepe J, Rossner D, Lichtinghagen R, Luck HJ, Busch KH, Vogt PM

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, 15 August 2007

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Trastuzumab and liposomal doxorubicin in breast cancer therapy have differential immediate Hemodynamic responses

Karsten Knobloch1, Peter M Vogt1, Julia Tepe2
1. Hannover Medical School, Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Hannover, Germany 2. Gynecology Oncology, Hannover Medical School, 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) # 291

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A comparative study of the Uscom Cardiac Output monitor and the pulmonary artery catheter

Ogilvie Thom1,2, David McD Taylor3, Rachel E Wolfe3, Jack Cade3, Paul Myles2, Henry Krum2, Rory Wolfe2
1. Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne. 2. Monash University, Melbourne. 3. Austin Hospital, Melbourne. 4. Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne

Published: Emergency Medicine Australasia. Vol 20 (Suppl. 1) A33

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Inotropes in Septic Shock - A Question of Balance

Brendan E Smith, Veronica M Madigan

Published: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Vol 36, No 4, p 608-609

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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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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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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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Double-knotted Swan-Ganz catheter potential for non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring?

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

Published: Interact CardioVasc Thorac Surg 2008;7:862-863. doi:10.1510/icvts.2008.181339A

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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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Clinical validation of the non-invasive cardiac output monitor USCOM 1A in critically ill patients

L. E. M. van Lelyveld-Haas, A. R. H. van Zanten, G. F. Bormy, D. H. T. Tjan

Published: Eur J Anaesthesiol. 2008 Nov;25(11):917-24. doi: 10.1017/S0265021508004882.

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Use of ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM), t4 infusion and goal directed donor hemodynamic management improve organs transplanted per donor

Stephanie Collazo, RN, CNS, CCRN, CPTC, Maria Stadtler, RN, CPTC, CETC, TPMC, OneLegacy, Los Angeles, CA and Mudit Mathur, MD, Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, Loma Linda, CA

Presented: Annual NATCO Meeting, August, 2008

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Noninvasive Doppler ultrasonography for assessing cardiac function: can it replace the Swan-Ganz catheter?

Saurabh Jain, M.D., Alexander Allins, M.D., Ali Salim, M.D., Amir Vafa, M.D., Matthew T. Wilson, M.D., Daniel R. Margulies, M.D.

Published: The American Journal of Surgery (2008) 196, 961-968

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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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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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Noninvasive cardiac output measurement in heart failure subjects on circulatory support

Rob Phillips, MPhil, Peter Lichtenthal, MD, Julie Sloniger, MS, Darryl Burstow, MD, Malcolm West, MD, Jack Copeland, MD

Published: Anesth Analg. 2009 Mar;108(3):881-6. doi: 10.1213/ane.0b013e318193174b.

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B-type natriuretic peptide, corrected flow time and central venous pressure as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock

D Sturgess; R Pascoe; G Scalia; B Venkatesh

Presented: ISICEM 2009

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Non-invasive stroke volume measurement and passive leg raising predict volume responsiveness in medical ICU patients: an observational cohort study

Steven W Thiel, Marin H Kollef, Warren Isakow

Published: Critical Care 2009, 13:R111 doi:10.1186/cc7955

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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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Assessment of the clinical utility of an ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output (the USCOM) and agreement with thermodilution measurement

Boyle M, Steel L, Flynn GM, Murgo M, Nicholson L, O'Brien M, Bihari D

Presented: ANZICS 2009

Published: Crit Care Resusc. 2009 Sep;11(3):198-203

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A comparison of transcutaneous Doppler corrected flow time, b-type natriuretic peptide and central venous pressure as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock: a preliminary evaluation

D J Sturgess, R L S Pascoe, G Scalia, B Vankatesh

Published: Anaesth Intensive Care. 2010 Mar;38(2):336-41

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Comparison of a supra-sternal cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with the pulmonary artery catheter

Thom O, Taylor DM, Wolfe RE, Cade J, Myles P, Krum H, Wolfe R

Published: Br J Anaesth. 2009 Dec;103(6):800-4

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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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Nursing considerations to complement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines

Leanne M. Aitken, RN, PhD, FRCNA; Ged Williams, RN, MHA; Maurene Harvey, RN, MPH;Stijn Blot, RN, Cc, RN, MNSc, PhD; Ruth Kleinpell, RN, PhD; Sonia Labeau, RN, MNSc;Andrea Marshall, RN, PhD; Gillian Ray-Barruel, RN, Grad Cert ICU Nursing, BA (Hons);Patricia A. Moloney-Harmon, RN, MS, CCNS, FAAN; Wayne Robson, RN, MSc;Alexander P. Johnson, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC, CCNS, CCRN; Pang Nguk Lan, RN, MSc; Tom Ahrens, RN, DNS, FAAN

Published: Crit Care Med 2011 Vol. 39, No. 7. DOI: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e31821867cc

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Cardiac output measurements in septic patients: Comparing the accuracy of USCOM to PiCCO

Sophia Horster, Hans-Joachim Stemmler, Nina Strecker, Florian Brettner, Andreas Hausmann, Jitske Cnossen, Klaus G. Parhofer, Thomas Nickel, and Sandra Geiger

Published: Critical Care Research and Practice Volume 2012, Article ID 270631, 5 pages doi:10.1155/2012/270631

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Mechanical ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure in critically ill patients: comparison of CW-Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) and thermodilution (PiCCO)

Horster S, Stemmler HJ, Sparrer J, Tischer J, Hausmann A, Geiger S

Published: Acta Cardiol. 2012 Apr;67(2):177-85

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Clinical observation of passive leg raising combined with non-invasive cardiac output monitoring system in predicting volume responsiveness

WANG Hong-liang, LIU Hai-tao, YU Kai-jiang

Published: CHINESE CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE, Volume 23, Issue 03, 2011, Pages 146-149, Dol:10.3760/cma.j.issn.1003-0603.2011.03.007

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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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Accurate, noninvasive, transcutaneous Doppler (USCOM) measures of cardiac output and vascular resistance may improve guidance of antihypertensive therapy

Phillips RA, West MJ, Wang CT, Burstow DJ, Fraser JF

Presented: ISH 2012 Sydney

Published: J Hypertension 2012;30(suppl1):536.

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Hemodynamic monitoring by USCOM during rapid sequence intubation (RSI) with Etomidate/Fentanyl or Ketamine/Midazolam

Sandra Geiger, Hans Joachim Stemmler, Nina Strecker, Johanna Tischer, Alessandro Pastore, Andreas Hausmann and Sophia Horster

Published: Journal of Anesthesiology and Clinical Science 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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Cardiotoxicity After Anthracycline Treatment in Survivors of Adult Cancers: Monitoring by USCOM, Echocardiography and Serum Biomarkers

Alessandro Pastore, Sandra Geiger, Dorothee Baur, Andreas Hausmann, Johanna Tischer, Sophia Horster, Hans Joachim Stemmler

Published: World J Oncol 2013;4(1):18-25

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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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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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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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Use of ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring for patients after coronary artery bypass grafting

MENG Qingtao, WANG Hui-shan, HAN Hong-guang, JIANG Hui, TAO Deng-shun, WU Hai-bo, HAN Jin-song

Published: Chin J Clin Thorac Cardiovasc Surg, April 2014, Vol. 21, No. 2

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Guiding role of USCOM in fluid management of ARDS patients induced by pulmonary contusion

ZHANG Weiqiang, LI Yuzhu, WANG Xiaozhi, JIANG Haiming, WANG Huijuan

Published: BMU Journal, Aug 2014, Vol 37, No 4

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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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Techniques available for hemodynamic monitoring. Advantages and limitations

M.L. Mateu Camposa, A. Ferrándiz Sellésa, G. Gruartmoner de Verab, J. Mesquida Febrerb, C. Sabatier Cloarecb, Y. Poveda Hernándezc, X. García Nogales

Published: Med Intensiva.2012;36:434-44 - Vol. 36 Num.6 DOI: 10.1016/j.medine.2012.09.004

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Stroke volume optimization: The new hemodynamic algorithm

Alexander Johnson, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC, CCNS, CCRN; Thomas Ahrens, RN, PhD

Published: CriticalCareNurse Vol 35, No. 1, FEBRUARY 2015

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Study the hemodynamic components of ICU (Intensive Care Unit) patients with USCOM

M. Hashemian, N. Asadinia, M. Nourizadeh, A. Jamaati, M. Ghahremani, Z. Ahmadi, A.R. Asareh

Presented: Cardiology 2014:128(suppl 1) 1-527 pg 170

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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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Fluid balance in the ICU - Interventions to minimize fluids in patients with septic shock

Chen, Catherine, Kollef, Marin

Presented: SCCM 2015 Poster Session: Sepsis 2 and American Thoracic Society International Conference May 2015

Published: Critical Care Medicine: December 2014 - Volume 42 - Issue 12 - p A1590; doi: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000458452.78143.43 and American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Vol. 191, Meeting Abstracts, 2015, C103

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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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A comparison of the non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with the oesophageal Doppler monitor during major abdominal surgery

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

Published: Journal of the Intensive Care Society May 2016 vol. 17 no. 2 103-110, DOI:10.1177/1751143715619186

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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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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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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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Targeted fluid minimization following initial resuscitation in septic shock: A pilot study

Chen C, Kollef MH

Published: Chest. 2015;148(6):1462-1469. doi:10.1378/chest.15-1525

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