Evidence

Current Evidence - General Validation

Index

01Transcutaneous Doppler cardiac output monitoring; A feasibility, reliability and reproducibility study
02Transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitoring: A feasibility, reliability and reproducibility study
03Development of a transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound device for continuous monitoring of cardiac haemodynamics in children and adults
04New technology
05Non-invasive haemodynamic assessment in critical care; A change in practice?
06Development of a new echocardiographic device; Concept, development, clinical research and the future
07Haemodynamics and CW Doppler; A powerful tool with new clinical applications
08Haemodynamics and CW Doppler; Improving a powerful clinical tool
09USCOM haemodynamics; Invasive myths and non-invasive alternatives. Forum on haemodynamic monitoring in the ER and ICU
10Invasive myths and non-invasive truths: A new approach to haemodynamics in the ICU
11Non-invasive monitoring: High resolution CW Doppler
12Evaluation of cardiac output monitoring devices: Clarity or confusion?
13Automatic detection of left ventricular ejection time from a finger photoplethysmographic pulse oximetry waveform: comparison with Doppler aortic measurement
14Monitoring the hemodynamics in neonates by a ultrasonic cardiac output monitor: Preliminary experience
15The most important vital signs are not being measured
16Cardiac output
17Horizon scanning technology, Horizon scanning report. USCOM: ultrasound cardiac output monitor for patients requiring haemodynamic monitoring
18Swan-ganz catheter vs non-invasive Doppler ultrasonography: is there still a place for pulmonary artery catheter in the ICU practice?
19Doppler ultrasound Cardiac Output in emergency department sepsis syndrome
20A comparison of the Uscom Cardiac Output monitor with base excess for detecting occult hypoperfusion in emergency department trauma patients
21Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring in exercise testing
22Review article: non-invasive assessment of Cardiac Output with portable Continuous-Wave Doppler Ultrasound
23Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Rest in Peace? Not Quite Yet...
24Does Patient Position Influence Doppler Signal Quality from the USCOM Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor?
25Transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitoring of transpulmonary and transaortic flow is feasible
26Development of a transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac haemodynamic monitor
27Stroke volume measurement by non-invasive Doppler compared to central venous pressure in predicting volume response in medical ICU patients
28Minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring in the perioperative setting
29B-type natriuretic peptide, corrected flow time and central venous pressure as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock
30Children's discomfort during ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) is similar to that during blood pressure measurement
31Comparison of normal ranges of cardiovascular indices for chinese and australian children derived using the ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
32Non-invasive stroke volume measurement and passive leg raising predict volume responsiveness in medical ICU patients: an observational cohort study
33Non-invasive determination of cardiac output: comparison of a novel CW Doppler ultrasonic technique and inert gas rebreathing
34The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters in children measured using the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor
35Reference ranges for cardiovascular indices for adolescents derived using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
36Clinical review: Update on hemodynamic monitoring - a consensus of 16
37Letter to the editor: Assessment of the clinical utility of an ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output (the USCOM) and agreement with thermodilution measurement
38Letter to the editor: Assessment of the clinical utility of an ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output (the USCOM) and agreement with thermodilution measurement
39Challenges in comparison of Doppler CO measurement methods and the importance of understanding ultrasound theory and practice
40 Minimally invasive cardiac output monitors
41Physiologic and clinical principles behind noninvasive resuscitation techniques and cardiac output monitoring
42The effect of the patient's age on the quality of supra-sternal Doppler measurements performed during anaesthesia
43Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance in normal pregnancy and in control non-pregnant women
44A comparison of pulse contour wave analysis and ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring in the critically ill
45A meta-analysis of the accuracy and precision of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)
46Can stroke volume variability identify patients with fluid-recruitable cardiac output?
47Comparative assessment of hemodynamic impact of manual and mechanical external cardiac massage in patients experiencing cardiac arrest outside the hospital
48New noninvasive, haemodynamic nomograms to simplify hypertensive management in neonates, children and adults
49Measurement of systemic oxygen delivery and inotropy in healthy term neonates with the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)
50Decreased mortality, morbidity and emergency transport in septic shock; A new protocol based on advanced noninvasive haemodynamics and early antibiotics
51Techniques available for hemodynamic monitoring - advantages and limitations
52Noninvasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound-derived hemodynamic reference ranges in Chinese adolescents
53Influence of patient position on non-invasive haemodynamic measurement
54Urgent ultrasound guided hemodynamic assessments by a pediatric medical emergency team: A pilot study
55Influence of different positions on hemodynamics derived from noninvasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound
56Assessment by physicians of cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance compared to USCOM
57Noninvasive cardiac output monitoring
58Validation of a noninvasive technique for measuring cardiac output in patients with a left ventricular assist device
59Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
60Anthropometric and physiological measurements in healthy children
61Age-specific non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound derived haemodynamic reference ranges in elderly Chinese adults
62Use of ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring for patients after coronary artery bypass grafting
63Assessment of volume responsiveness by passive leg raising test in pediatric patients with shock - preliminary observations
64Evaluation of the utility of the Vigileo FloTrac, LiDCO, USCOM and CardioQ to detect hypovolaemia in conscious volunteers: a proof of concept study
65New methods of monitoring shock in children
66The application of continuous Doppler noninvasive hemodynamic monitor in monitoring patient's cardiac output
67Accuracy of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in healthy term neonates during postnatal circulatory adaptation
68Doppler continuous noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring instrument in terms of cardiac output monitoring patients
69Hemodynamic Monitoring: Evolving Technologies and Clinical Practice
70In vitro evaluation of an ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device
71Techniques available for hemodynamic monitoring. Advantages and limitations
72Study the hemodynamic components of ICU (Intensive Care Unit) patients with USCOM
73Five algorithms that calculate cardiac output from the arterial waveform: a comparison with Doppler ultrasound
74Does using two Doppler cardiac output monitors in tandem provide a reliable trend line of changes for validation studies?
75Age-specific non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound derived haemodynamic reference ranges in elderly Chinese adults
76Does maternal obesity have an adverse effect on haemodynamics?
77The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters measured using the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)
78Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) derived haemodynamic derangements and severity of heart failure
79The effect of head up tilting on bioreactance cardiac output and stroke volume readings using suprasternal transcutaneous Doppler as a control in healthy young adults
80Perioperative goal-directed haemodynamic therapy based on flow parameters: a concept in evolution
81Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance: Clinical assessment compared with a noninvasive objective measurement in children with shock
82The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters measured using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor
-Summary by category

Transcutaneous Doppler cardiac output monitoring; A feasibility, reliability and reproducibility study

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

Published: J Am Coll Cardiol 2002:39(SupplB);283B

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Transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitoring: A feasibility, reliability and reproducibility study

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

Presented: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, 11-15th May, 2002

Published: Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, Volume 30 - Issue 5, 2002

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

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

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

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New technology

Savage R, Svensson LG

Published: Ann Thorac Surg 2005;80:1483-1484

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Non-invasive haemodynamic assessment in critical care; A change in practice?

Phillips R

Presented: Australian Congress of Critical Care Nurses. April 2, 2005, Perth

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Development of a new echocardiographic device; Concept, development, clinical research and the future

Phillips R

Presented: Annual Scientific Meeting Australian Sonographer's Association. May 21st, 2005, Brisbane

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Haemodynamics and CW Doppler; A powerful tool with new clinical applications

Phillips R

Presented: Annual Scientific Meeting Australian Sonographer's Association. May 21st, 2005, Brisbane

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Haemodynamics and CW Doppler; Improving a powerful clinical tool

Rob Phillips, Malcolm West, Darryl Burstow

Presented: Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ), 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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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 monitoring: High resolution CW Doppler

Phillips RA

Presented: 3rd Critical Care Symposium, Brisbane, 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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Automatic detection of left ventricular ejection time from a finger photoplethysmographic pulse oximetry waveform: comparison with Doppler aortic measurement

Chan G, Middleton PM, Celler BG, Wang L and Lovell NH

Published: Physiol. Meas., March 2007, 28 439-452

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Monitoring the hemodynamics in neonates by a ultrasonic cardiac output monitor: Preliminary experience

Xiaohong Liu, Zhenzhu Yu, Yin Lin, Jinxing Feng, YanXia He, Chengrong Li

Presented: Peds CCM, 2007

Published: Pediatric Critical Care Med 2007 Vol. 8, No. 3 (supp) P18.2.316

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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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Cardiac output

Phillips RA

Published: wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardiac_output

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Horizon scanning technology, Horizon scanning report. USCOM: ultrasound cardiac output monitor for patients requiring haemodynamic monitoring

Mundy M, Merlin T, Braunack-Mayer A, Hiller J

Published: Online ISBN 1-74186-255-8

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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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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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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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Non-invasive Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitoring in exercise testing

Knobloch K, Hoeltke V, Jakob E, Vogt PM, Phillips R
Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery Medical School Hannover, Germany

Published: International Journal of Cardiology, Volume 126, Issue 3, 6 June 2008, Pages 445-447

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Review article: non-invasive assessment of Cardiac Output with portable Continuous-Wave Doppler Ultrasound

Meyer S, Todd S, Wright I, Gortner L and Reynolds G.
The Centre for Newborn Care, The Canberra Hospital and The Australian National University Medical School, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Published: Emergency Medicine Australasia (2008), doi:10.1111/j.1742-6723.2008.01078.x

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Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Rest in Peace? Not Quite Yet...

Andre M. De Wolf

Published: Liver Transplantation, Volume 14 Issue 7, Pages 917 - 918

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Does Patient Position Influence Doppler Signal Quality from the USCOM Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor?

Siu L, Tucker A, Manikappa SK, Monagle J.

Published: Anesth Analg 2008;106:1798-1802

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Transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitoring of transpulmonary and transaortic flow is feasible

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

Published: Eur Heart J 2002:23;680

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Development of a transcutaneous continuous wave Doppler cardiac haemodynamic monitor

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

Presented: Anaesth and Intensive Care 2002

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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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Minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring in the perioperative setting

Duane J. Funk, Eugene W. Moretti, Tong J. Gan

Published: Anesth Analg 2009;108:887-97

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

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

Presented: ACEM 2009. South Korea

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

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

Presented: ACEM 2009, South Korea

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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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Non-invasive determination of cardiac output: comparison of a novel CW Doppler ultrasonic technique and inert gas rebreathing

Saur J, Trinkmann F, Weissmann J, Borggrefe M, Kaden JJ

Published: Int J Cardiol. 2009 Aug 14;136(2):248-50

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Clinical review: Update on hemodynamic monitoring - a consensus of 16

Jean-Louis Vincent, Andrew Rhodes, Azriel Perel, Greg S Martin, Giorgio Della Rocca, Benoit Vallet, Michael R Pinsky, Christoph K Hofer, Jean-Louis Teboul, Willem-Pieter de Boode, Sabino Scolletta, Antoine Vieillard-Baron, Daniel De Backer, Keith R Walley, Marco Maggiorini and Mervyn Singer

Published: Critical Care 2011, 15:229

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

Brendan E Smith, Veronica M Madigan

Published: Critical Care and Resuscitation Volume 12 No 3

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

R A Phillips

Published: Critical Care and Resuscitation Volume 12 No 3

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Challenges in comparison of Doppler CO measurement methods and the importance of understanding ultrasound theory and practice

Rob A. Phillips, MPhil (med), FASE, DMU (cardiol) and Brendan E. Smith, MB, ChB, FFA, RCS

Published: Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing. DOI: 10.1007/s10877-011-9275-3

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Minimally invasive cardiac output monitors

Kate E Drummond, Edward Murphy

Published: Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain | Volume 12 Number 1 2012. doi:10.1093/bjaceaccp/mkr044

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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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The effect of the patient's age on the quality of supra-sternal Doppler measurements performed during anaesthesia

Huang Li, Lester AH Critchley

Presented: EBPOM 2012

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Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance in normal pregnancy and in control non-pregnant women

Gemma Goodyear, Ehizele Joseph, Asma Khalil

Presented: 18th World Congress of the International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy

Published: Pregnancy Hypertension: An International Journal of Women's Cardiovascular Health, Volume 2, Issue 3, July 2012, Pages 292-293

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A comparison of pulse contour wave analysis and ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring in the critically ill

Udy A, Altukroni M, Jarrett P, Roberts J, Lipman J

Published: Anaesth Intensive Care. 2012 Jul;40(4):631-7

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A meta-analysis of the accuracy and precision of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor (USCOM)

S. W. Chong and P. J. Peyton

Published: Anaesthesia 2012, 67, 1266-1271

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

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

Presented: PICS 2012 Dublin

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

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

Presented: ISH 2012 Sydney

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

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Measurement of systemic oxygen delivery and inotropy in healthy term neonates with the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)

Shao-Ru He, Xin Sun, Cheng Zhang, Zhuang Jian, Yun-Xia Sun, Man-Li Zheng, Yu-Mei Liu,Veronica M. Madigan, Brendan E. Smith

Published: Early Human Development 89 (2013) 289-294. DOI: 10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2012.10.006

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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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Techniques available for hemodynamic monitoring - advantages and limitations

M.L. Mateu Campos, A. Ferrándiz Sellés, G. Gruartmoner de Vera, J. Mesquida Febrer, C. Sabatier Cloarec, Y. Poveda Hernández, X. García Nogales

Published: Med Intensiva. 2012;36(6):434-444

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

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

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

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Influence of patient position on non-invasive haemodynamic measurement

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

Presented: Hong Kong - Shenzhen Emergency Medicine Conference

Published: Physiol Rep, 1 (4), 2013, e00062, doi:10.1002/phy2.62

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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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Influence of different positions on hemodynamics derived from noninvasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound

Cangel Pui-yee Chan, Pui-ling Cheung, Mandy Man Tse, Nandini Agarwal, Sangeeta Narain, Stewart Siu-Wa Chan, Brendan E. Smith, Colin A. Graham & Timothy H. Rainer

Published: Physiol Rep. 2013 September; 1(4): e00062

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

Razavi, Asma; Beltramo, Fernando; Newth, Christopher

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

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Noninvasive cardiac output monitoring

Robert H. Thiele MD, Karsten Bartels MD, Tong J. Gan MD, MHS, FRCA, FFARCS, Lie. j (CJ)

Published: Monitoring Technologies in Acute Care Environments 2014, pp 65-72

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

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

Presented: WFICCM 2014 Istanbul

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

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

Rob Phillips, Joe Brierley

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

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Anthropometric and physiological measurements in healthy children

TH Rainer, GN Cattermole, CA Graham, SSW Chan

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

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Age-specific non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound derived haemodynamic reference ranges in elderly Chinese adults

Cangel Pui-yee Chan, Nandini Agarwal, King-keung Sin, Sangeeta Narain, Brendan E. Smith, Colin A. Graham, Timothy H. Rainer

Published: BBA Clinical 2 (2014) 48-55

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

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

Presented: NCPCC

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

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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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New methods of monitoring shock in children

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

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

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The application of continuous Doppler noninvasive hemodynamic monitor in monitoring patient's cardiac output

Xu Jin, Zhao Na, Wang Zhong

Published: Chin J Emerg Med, June 2014, Vol 23, No 6

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Accuracy of the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in healthy term neonates during postnatal circulatory adaptation

HE Shao-ru, ZHANG Cheng, LIU Yu-mei, SUN Yun-xia, ZHUANG Jian, CHEN Ji-mei, Veronica M. Madigan, Brendan E. Smith and SUN Xin

Published: Chin Med J (Engl). 2011 Aug;124(15):2284-9

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Doppler continuous noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring instrument in terms of cardiac output monitoring patients

Zha Jian-hua, Chen Li-bo

Published: Chinese health and nutrition (in Xunkan) in May 2013

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Hemodynamic Monitoring: Evolving Technologies and Clinical Practice

Mary E. Lough

Published: ISBN :9780323085120

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In vitro evaluation of an ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device

Shaun D. Gregory, Helena Cooney, Sara Diab, Chris Anstey, Ogilvie Thom, John F. Fraser

Published: J Clin Monit Comput DOI 10.1007/s10877-015-9685-8

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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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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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Five algorithms that calculate cardiac output from the arterial waveform: a comparison with Doppler ultrasound

J. Zhang, L. A. H. Critchley, and L. Huang

Published: Br. J. Anaesth. (2015) doi: 10.1093/bja/aev254

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Does using two Doppler cardiac output monitors in tandem provide a reliable trend line of changes for validation studies?

Li H, Critchley LA, Zhang J

Published: J Clin Monit Comput. 2015 Aug 28

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Age-specific non-invasive transcutaneous Doppler ultrasound derived haemodynamic reference ranges in elderly Chinese adults

Cangel Pui-yee Chan, Nandini Agarwal, King-keung Sin, Sangeeta Narain, Brendan E. Smith, Colin A. Graham, Timothy H. Rainer

Published: BBA Clinical 2 (2014) 48–55

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Does maternal obesity have an adverse effect on haemodynamics?

D Vinayagam, Juan Gutierrez, J Binder, B Thilaganathan, A Khalil

Presented: Second International Congress on Maternal Haemodynamics, Rome

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The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters measured using the Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM)

Giles Cattermole, Colin Graham, Timothy Rainer

Presented: WISEM 2016 Open Session Poster 4 Abstract 0006

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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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The effect of head up tilting on bioreactance cardiac output and stroke volume readings using suprasternal transcutaneous Doppler as a control in healthy young adults

Jie Zhang, Lester A. H. Critchley, Daniel C. W. Lee, Kim S. Khaw, Shara W. Y. Lee

Published: J Clin Monit Comput. 2016 Oct;30(5):519-26. doi: 10.1007/s10877-016-9835-7

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Perioperative goal-directed haemodynamic therapy based on flow parameters: a concept in evolution

L. Meng and P. M. Heerdt

Published: British Journal of Anaesthesia, 117 (S3): iii3–iii17 (2016) doi: 10.1093/bja/aew363

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

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

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

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The normal ranges of cardiovascular parameters measured using the ultrasonic cardiac output monitor

Giles N. Cattermole , P. Y. Mia Leung, Grace Y. L. Ho, Peach W. S. Lau, Cangel P. Y. Chan, Stewart S. W. Chan, Brendan E. Smith, Colin A. Graham & Timothy H. Rainer

Published: Physiol Rep, 5 (6), 2017, e13195, doi: 10.14814/phy2.13195

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