Clinical Examples

CLINICAL EXAMPLES

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Further Reading

Hamilton-Davis et al. Comparison of commonly used clinical indicators of hypovolaemia with gastrointestinal tonometry. Intensive Care Medicine 1997 23:276-281. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9083229.

Mythen and Webb. Perioperative Plasma Volume Expansion Reduces the Incidence of Gut Mucosal Hypoperfusion During Cardiac Surgery. Archive of Surgery 1995 130: 423-429.

Murrell 2016. Intraoperative Fluid Management (IOFM) technology and patient outcomes: a meta-analysis.

NICE http://guidance.nice.org.uk/MTG3.

Price et al. Haemodynamic and metabolic effects of haemorrhage in man with particular reference to the splanchnic circulation. Circulation Research 1966 18:469-474. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5937539

Singer. Better Monitoring = Better Management. Improved monitoring leads to more appropriate interventions. British Journal Intensive Care 1996. 24-27.

Singer & Bennett. Noninvasive optimization of left ventricular filling using esophageal Doppler. Crit Care Med 1991 19(9): 1132-7.

 

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