Evidence

Current Evidence - Veterinary and Animal Research

Index

01Testing the reliability of a new ultrasonic cardiac output monitor, the USCOM, by using aortic flowprobes in anesthetized dogs
02Measurement of CO by flow probe, USCOM and CCO in conscious sheep at rest and after dobutamine
03The measurement of cardiac output using a new transcutaneous Doppler device in sedated foals
04Heart rate is not a good surrogate of stroke volume during fluid resuscitation in a rat: A case study using the USCOM device
05Monitoring cardiac output in the awake bearded dragon (pogonna vitticeps) using a non invasive Doppler device
06Monitoring cardiac output in the awake the green iguana (iguana iguana)
07Cardiac Output measurement in animals using the non-invasive Uscom device
08Measuring Cardiac Output in seven healthy and conscious bearded dragons (Pogona Vittceps) usinga noninvasive Cardiac Output measuring device
09Measuring Cardiac Output in six healthy and conscious green iguanas (Iguana Iguana) using a noninvasive Cardiac Output measuring device
10Cardiac Output measurement in the Australian inland bearded dragons (Iguana Iguana) using the noninvasive Uscom device
11Heart rate is not a good surrogate of CO during fluid resuscitation in a rat: a clinical case study using the noninvasive Uscom device
12Cardiac Output measurement by flow probe, Uscom and PAC in conscious sheep at rest and after Dobutamine
13Comparison of two noninvasive methods for determination of Cardiac Output in neonatal foals - a pilot study
14Cardiac Output determination in the cat using the Uscom non invasive Cardiac Output system
15Cardiac Output determination in the dog using the Uscom noninvasive Cardiac Output system
16Non-invasive rodent Cardiac Output: comparison of a compact clinical monitor with echocardiography and proposal of a simple correction factor
17Validation of a new Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor: the Uscom
18Measurement of CO by flow probe, Uscom and PAC in conscious sheep at rest and after Dobutamine
19Non-Invasive Rodent Cardiac Output: Comparison of a Compact Clinical Monitor with Echocardiography
20Ultrasound estimation of cardiac output in a swine model of cardiac arrest: implications for assessing post cardiac arrest syndrome
21Pulmonary Artery Catheter (PAC) Accuracy and Efficacy Compared with the Flow Probe and Transcutaneous Doppler (USCOM): An Ovine Cardiac Output Validation
22Optimal management of the critically ill: Anaesthesia, monitoring, data capture, and point-of-care technological practices in ovine models of critical care
23Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
24Continuous thermodiluton cardiac output monitoring is inaccurate during veno-venous ECMO in an ovine model
25Elevated positive end-expiratory pressure decreases cardiac index in a Rhesus monkey model
-Summary by category

Testing the reliability of a new ultrasonic cardiac output monitor, the USCOM, by using aortic flowprobes in anesthetized dogs

Critchley LA, Peng ZY, Fok BS, Lee A, and Phillips RA

Published: Anesth Analg 2005;100:748-53

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Measurement of CO by flow probe, USCOM and CCO in conscious sheep at rest and after dobutamine

Phillips RA, Hood SG, Jacobson BM, Lichtenthal PJ, Burstow DJ, West MJ, May CN

Presented: ANZICS ASM, October 21st 2005

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The measurement of cardiac output using a new transcutaneous Doppler device in sedated foals

Martinez AE, Hess JC, Miller WM, Saunders A

Presented: American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists Chicago, IL 2006

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Heart rate is not a good surrogate of stroke volume during fluid resuscitation in a rat: A case study using the USCOM device

Phillips RA, West MJ, Burstow DJ, Aitken C, Ranasunghe K, Gunawandena G

Published: J Vet Emerg and Crit Care September 2006;16(3):S15

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Monitoring cardiac output in the awake bearded dragon (pogonna vitticeps) using a non invasive Doppler device

Hess JC, Martinez EA, Saunders A, Shisk-Saling T, Phillips RA

Presented: American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists Chicago, IL. October 12-13, 2006

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Monitoring cardiac output in the awake the green iguana (iguana iguana)

Hess JC, Martinez EA, Saunders A, Shisk-Saling T, Phillips RA

Presented: American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists Chicago, IL October 12-13, 2006

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Cardiac Output measurement in animals using the non-invasive Uscom device

Phillips RA1, Sloniger JA2, Scansen B3, West MJ1, Burstow DJ1, Bonagura JD3, Muir W3
1Department of Medicine,University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2Clinical Applications Specialist, USCOM Ltd, Sydney, Australia
3Ohio State University, Dept of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Ohio, USA

Presented: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Symposium San Antonio, Texas, September 17 - 21, 2006

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Measuring Cardiac Output in seven healthy and conscious bearded dragons (Pogona Vittceps) usinga noninvasive Cardiac Output measuring device

JC Hess, EA Martinez, AB Saunders, T Shisk-Saling, RA Phillips
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Presented: American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists Annual meeting Chicago, Illinois, October 12-13, 2006

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Measuring Cardiac Output in six healthy and conscious green iguanas (Iguana Iguana) using a noninvasive Cardiac Output measuring device

JC Hess, EA Martinez, AB Saunders, T Shisk-Saling, RA Phillips
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Presented: American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists Annual meeting Chicago, Illinois, October 12-13, 2006

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Cardiac Output measurement in the Australian inland bearded dragons (Iguana Iguana) using the noninvasive Uscom device

Phillips RA1, West MJ1, Burstow DJ1, Sloniger JA2, Hess JC3, Martinez EA3
. 1Department of Medicine, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld, Australia, 2Clinical Applications Specialist, USCOM Ltd, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, 3Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M, College Station, Texas, USA.

Presented: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Symposium San Antonio, Texas, September 17 - 21, 2006

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Heart rate is not a good surrogate of CO during fluid resuscitation in a rat: a clinical case study using the noninvasive Uscom device

Phillips RA1, Aitken C2, Ranasinghe K3, Gunawandena G3
1University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 2Clinical Applications Specialist, USCOM Ltd, Sydney, Australia, 3Therapeutic Research Unit, Princess Alexandria Hospital, Brisbane, Australia

Presented: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Symposium San Antonio, Texas, September 17 - 21, 2006

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Cardiac Output measurement by flow probe, Uscom and PAC in conscious sheep at rest and after Dobutamine

Phillips RA1, Hood SG3, Jacobson BM3, Lichtenthal PR2, Burstow DJ1, West MJ1, May CN3
1Dept Of Medicine, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2Dept of Cariothoracis Surgery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA
3The Howard Florey Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Presented: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Symposium San Antonio, Texas, September 17 - 21, 2006

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Comparison of two noninvasive methods for determination of Cardiac Output in neonatal foals - a pilot study

Martinez EA, Hess JC, Saunders AB, Miller MW
Dept of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX USA

Presented: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Symposium San Antonio, Texas, September 17 - 21, 2006

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Cardiac Output determination in the cat using the Uscom non invasive Cardiac Output system

BA Scansen, JD Bonagura, KE Schober, WW Muir.
Veterinary Clinical Sciences, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbus, Ohio.

Presented: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Seattle, June 2007

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Cardiac Output determination in the dog using the Uscom noninvasive Cardiac Output system

BA Scansen, JD Bonagura, KE Schober, WW Muir
Veterinary Clinical Sciences, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbus, Ohio

Presented: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Seattle, June 2007

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Non-invasive rodent Cardiac Output: comparison of a compact clinical monitor with echocardiography and proposal of a simple correction factor

Dr David J. Sturgess, Mr Brian A Haluska, Dr Mark Jones, Professor Bala Venkatesh.
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Published: Critical Care 2008, 12 (Suppl 2): P84

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Validation of a new Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor: the Uscom

Critchley L.A.1, Peng Z.Y.1, Flach J.2, Wong S.2
1Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong; 2Pacific Medical Systems, Central, Hong Kong

Presented: World Congress of Anaesthesiology, Paris, April 20, 2005

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Measurement of CO by flow probe, Uscom and PAC in conscious sheep at rest and after Dobutamine

Phillips R.A.1, Hood S.G.2,Jacobson B.M.3, Lichtenthal P.J.4, Burstow D.J.1, West M.J.1, May C.N.2
1The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 2The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 3USCOM Ltd., Sydney, Australia, 4The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Tucson, United States

Presented: International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine in Brussels, Belgium, March 24 2006

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Non-Invasive Rodent Cardiac Output: Comparison of a Compact Clinical Monitor with Echocardiography

Dr. David Sturgess, Dr. Brian Haluska, Dr. Mark Jones, Prof. Bala Venkatesh

Published: www.webmedcentral.com/article_view/759

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Ultrasound estimation of cardiac output in a swine model of cardiac arrest: implications for assessing post cardiac arrest syndrome

Christian D McClung; Anthony Peduto; Scott T Youngquist; Mohammed A Hanif; Ekaterina Tzvetkova; Atman P Shah; John P Rosborough; James T Niemann

Presented: AHA 2010 Scientific Sessions

Published: Circulation.2010; 122: A18

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Pulmonary Artery Catheter (PAC) Accuracy and Efficacy Compared with the Flow Probe and Transcutaneous Doppler (USCOM): An Ovine Cardiac Output Validation

Phillips RA, Hood SG, Jacobson BM, West MJ, Wan L, May CN

Published: Critical Care Research and Practice, vol. 2012; ID621496, 9 pages, 2012.doi:10.1155/2012/621496

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Optimal management of the critically ill: Anaesthesia, monitoring, data capture, and point-of-care technological practices in ovine models of critical care

Saul Chemonges, Kiran Shekar, John-Paul Tung, Kimble R. Dunster, Sara Diab, David Platts, Ryan P. Watts, Shaun D. Gregory, Samuel Foley, Gabriela Simonova, Charles McDonald, Rylan Hayes, Judith Bellpart, Daniel Timms, Michelle Chew, Yoke L. Fung, Michael Toon, Marc O. Maybauer, and John F. Fraser

Published: BioMed Research International, Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 468309, 17 pages

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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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Continuous thermodiluton cardiac output monitoring is inaccurate during veno-venous ECMO in an ovine model

Sara Diab, Kimble Dunster, David Platts and John F Fraser

Presented: ELSO 2014

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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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