Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring by Michael R. PinskyFunctional Hemodynamic Monitoring by Michael R. Pinsky

Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring

EditorMichael R. Pinsky, Didier Payen

Paperback | October 26, 2005

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This is the newest volume in the softcover series "Update in Intensive Care Medicine".It takes a novel, practical approach to analyzing hemodynamic monitoring, focusing on the patient and outcomes based on disease, treatment options and relevance of monitoring to direct patient care.It will rapidly become a classic in the approach to patient monitoring and management during critical illness.
Michael R. Pinsky, MD is a professor of Critical Care medicine, Bioengineering and Anaesthesiology at the University of Pittsburgh and Dr hc from the University of Paris (La Sorbonne). He is considered an expert in hemodynamic monitoring, cardiovascular and pulmonary physiology and the treatments of cardio-respiratory diseases, includi...
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Title:Functional Hemodynamic MonitoringFormat:PaperbackDimensions:434 pagesPublished:October 26, 2005Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540229868

ISBN - 13:9783540229865

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Table of Contents

IntroductionFunctional Hemodynamic Monitoring: Foundations and Future (M.R. Pinsky and D. Payen).-Therapeutic GoalsDefining Hemodynamic Instability (M. H. Weil).- Determinants of Blood Flow and Organ Perfusion (E. Calzia, Z. Iványi, and P. Radermacher).- Determining Effectiveness of Regional Perfusion (D. Payen).- Microcirculatory and Mitochondrial Distress Syndrome (MMDS): A New Look at Sepsis (P. E. Spronk, V. S. Kanoore-Edul, and C. Ince).- 'Adequate' Hemodynamics: A Question of Time? (L. Gattinoni, F. Valenza, and E. Carlesso).-Limits and Applications of Hemodynamic MonitoringArterial Pressure: A Personal View (D. Bennett).- Central Venous Pressure: Uses and Limitations (T. Smith, R.M. Grounds, and A. Rhodes).- Pulmonary Artery Occlusion Pressure: Measurement, Significance, and Clinical Uses (J.J. Marini and J. W. Leatherman).- Cardiac Output by Thermodilution and Arterial Pulse Contour Techniques (J. Jansen and P.C.M. van den Berg).- Clinical Value of Intrathoracic Volumes from Transpulmonary Indicator Dilution (J. Groeneveld, R.M. Breukers, and J. Verheij).- Methodology and Value of Assessing Extravascular Lung Water (J. Groeneveld and J. Verheij).- Arterial Pulse Contour Analysis: Applicability to Clinical Routine (D.A. Reuter and A. Goetz).- Arterial Pulse Power Analysis: The LiDCOTMplus System (A. Rhodes and R. Sunderland).- Esophageal Doppler Monitoring (M. Singer).- Splanchnic Blood Flow (J. Creteur).-Measurement of Oxygen Derived Variables and Cardiac PerformanceMicrocirculatory Blood Flow: Video Microscopy (D. De Backer).- Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation (SvO2) (J. Hall).- Central Venous Oxygen Saturation (ScvO2) (K. Reinhart and F. Bloos).- VO2/DO2 Relationships (J.L. Vincent).- Cardiac Preload Evaluation Using Echocardiographic Techniques (M. Slama).- Right Ventricular End-diastolic Volume (J. Boldt).-Assessment of Fluid ResponsivenessVolume Challenge in Tissue Hypoperfusion (P. Dellinger).- The Use of CVP in Critically Ill Patients (S. Magder).- Arterial Pressure Variation during Positive Pressure Ventilation (A. Perel, S. Preisman, and H. Berkenstadt).- Arterial Pulse Pressure Variation during Positive Pressure Ventilation and Passive Leg Raising (J.-L. Teboul, X Monnet, and C. Richard).-Development of Treatment AlgorithmsStandardization of Care by Defining End-points of Resuscitation (M. Mythen, H. Meeran, and M. Grocott).- Protocolized Cardiovascular Management based on Ventricular-arterial Coupling (M. R. Pinsky).- Cost-effectiveness of Monitoring Techniques (J. Wendon).- Index