Evidence

Current Evidence - Shock

Index

01Optimising haemodynamics in the shocked child - the dangers of applying adult parameters to children
02Hemodynamics of early pediatric fluid-resistant septic shock: distinct profiles of CVC infection and community acquired sepsis
03Clinical evaluation of the USCOM ultrasonic cardiac output monitor in the septic shock patient
04Inotropes in Septic Shock - A Question of Balance
05Inotropy Index accurately predicts fluid responsiveness in volume resuscitation
06Distinct hemodynamic patterns of septic shock at presentation to pediatric intensive care
07A 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
08Early Goal-Directed Therapy in treatment of pediatric septic shock
09Evolution of hemodynamics in community acquired and hospital acquired pediatric septic shock
10Temporal measurement of Doppler ultrasound derived cardiac performance indicies in infants and children presenting with sepsis and septic shock
11Use of the non-invasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor (USCOM) as an adjunctive assessment tool for the pediatric critical care response team
12Displacement changes and clinical significance of dynamic monitoring of early shock neonatal left ventricular
13The role of stroke volume variation in predicting the volume responsiveness of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock
14Decreased mortality, morbidity and emergency transport in septic shock; A new protocol based on advanced noninvasive haemodynamics and early antibiotics
15Noninvasive Doppler ultrasound cardiac output monitor for the differential diagnosis of shock
16Non-invasive method for rapid bedside estimation of inotropy: theory and preliminary clinical validation
17Evolution of haemodynamics and outcome of fluid-refractory septic shock in children
18Non-invasive cardio-haemodynamic assessment in adult emergency department patients with sepsis
19Hemodynamic management in pediatric septic shock: objective tools may complement clinical assessment
20Evaluating the role of USCOM for assessing shock in adult patients presenting to the emergency department
21A study of haemodynamic changes in paediatric patients with dengue infection using ultrasonic cardiac output monitor
22Fluid responsiveness is about stroke volume, and not pulse pressure Yogi: the power of Doppler fluid management and cardiovascular monitoring
23Early Management of Severe Sepsis:Concepts and Controversies
24Assessment of volume responsiveness by passive leg raising test in pediatric patients with shock - preliminary observations
25The clinical value of dynamic measurement of cardiac output in early shock neonates
26New methods of monitoring shock in children
27Clinical observation of non-invasive ultrasonic cardiac output monitor combined passive leg raising test in predicting the chiIdren voIume responsiveness
28Application value of the ultrasound cardiac output monitor in hypovolemic shock after trauma
29In vitro evaluation of an ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device
30Fluid balance in the ICU - Interventions to minimize fluids in patients with septic shock
31The clinical significance and dynamic monitoring of left cardiac output changes of newborns with early shock
32Efficacy of non-invasive cardiac monitoring (Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor) guide in management of fluid refractory pediatric septic shock
33Independently tailored fluid management regimes in severe septic shock: efficient use of haemodynamic monitoring
34Early norepinephrine can reverse shock and limit positive fluid balance in pediatric septic shock
35Early norepinephrine decreases fluid and ventilatory requirements in pediatric vasodilatory septic shock
36Targeted fluid minimization following initial resuscitation in septic shock: A pilot study
37Cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance: Clinical assessment compared with a noninvasive objective measurement in children with shock
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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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Hemodynamics of early pediatric fluid-resistant septic shock: distinct profiles of CVC infection and community acquired sepsis

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

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

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

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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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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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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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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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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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Early Goal-Directed Therapy in treatment of pediatric septic shock

Claudio Flauzino de Oliveira

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

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

A. Deep, J. Brierley

Presented: 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care

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

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

Matthew Musick, Eric Williams

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

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

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

Presented: Critical Care Canada Forum. Nov 2011

Published: CCCF Program. Page 28

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Displacement changes and clinical significance of dynamic monitoring of early shock neonatal left ventricular

Huang Xiao-qun

Published: Contemporary Medicine, Vol.17 No.34 Issue No.261 doi:10.3969/j.issn.1009-4393.2011.34.025

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

Brendan E. Smith and Veronica M. Madigan

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

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

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

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

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

Parker MM

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

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

C.W. Tai, S.F. Tang

Presented: WFPICC 2014 Istanbul

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

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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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Early Management of Severe Sepsis:Concepts and Controversies

Paul E. Marik, MD

Published: Chest. 2014;145(6):1407-1418. doi:10.1378/chest.13-2104

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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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The clinical value of dynamic measurement of cardiac output in early shock neonates

Zhen-zhu YU; Xiao-hong LIU

Published: Journal of Clinical Pediatrics 2010; (1) : 21-23,46

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

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

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

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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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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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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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The clinical significance and dynamic monitoring of left cardiac output changes of newborns with early shock

PENG Lizhu, LI Junli, YE Meiyi, RUAN Wanfen

Published: CHINA MEDICINE AND PHARMACY Vol.5 No.6 March 2015

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

Chutima Thongnual, Sumalee Hantragool & Rujipat Samransamruatkit

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

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

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

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

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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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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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