Strategy in Bedside Hemodynamic Monitoring by Jean-Francois DhainautStrategy in Bedside Hemodynamic Monitoring by Jean-Francois Dhainaut

Strategy in Bedside Hemodynamic Monitoring

EditorJean-Francois Dhainaut, Didier Payen

Paperback | March 18, 1991

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This book presents a comprehensive survey in which internationally recognized experts discuss specific topics. Physiological and biophysical foundations of hemodynamics are reviewed and clinical tools to evaluate these newer parameters are described. Monitoring strategies integrating theoretical and practical aspects of hemodynamics in commonly encountered ICU conditions are presented. This Update represents the series' continuous effort to combine the most recent developments in one reference source for all those involved in cardiology, internal medicine, pediatrics, anesthesia, intensive care and emergency medicine.
Title:Strategy in Bedside Hemodynamic MonitoringFormat:PaperbackDimensions:217 pagesPublished:March 18, 1991Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540524711

ISBN - 13:9783540524717

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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction: Hemodynamic Monitoring: A Cost/Benefit Analysis.- Biophysical Basis of Hemodynamic Measurements.- Physiological Determinants of Hemodynamic Parameters.- Determining Factors of Tissue Oxygen Uptake.- The Evaluation of Right Ventricular Function in Man.- Validity and Clinical Applications of Fast Response Thermistor for RVEF Monitoring.- Fiberoptic SvO2 Monitoring as Indicator of Changes in Whole Body Oxygen Supply/Demand Relationship.- Continuous SvO2 Monitoring using Fiberoptic Swan-Ganz Catheters in the Mechanically-Ventilated Patient.- Cardiac Output Measurement in the Critically Ill: Invasive versus Non-invasive Techniques.- Computer Assis- tance for Hemodynamic Evaluation.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Cardiac Surgery.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Noncardiac Surgery.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Acute Respiratory Failure.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Myocardial Infarction.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Septic Shock.- Hemodynamic Monitoring in Trauma.- Subject Index.