The focus appears to be good.
The waveform has orange and white along the edges with a dark centre. The green line is tidy around the waveform and the white arrows are correctly placed on the triangular wave. This needs to accompany the loudest, sharpest 'whipcrack' sound.
The focus is inadequate.
The waveform has orange and white along the edges with a dark centre and could be optimal. The green line is tidy around the waveform and the white arrows are correctly placed on the triangular wave. This needs to accompany the loudest, sharpest 'whipcrack' sound.
The signal indicates descending thoracic aortic flow.
The wave represents flow in the correct vessel.
The signal indicates a coeliac axis.
The coeliac axis is characterised by a wide waveform with flow that tapers down during diastole.
Stroke Volume is ’normal’ and nothing else needs to be considered.
SV appears 'normal', but it may not be optimal for the clinical scenario. FTc is inversely related to resistance/afterload and the most common cause is hypovolaemia.
Stroke Volume is ’normal’ yet the Flow Time corrected is low and may require further consideration.
SV may not be optimal for the clinical scenario. FTc less than 330 ms is never normal.
As long as the urine output is >30 ml/hr, the results shown on the monitor are irrelevant.
Flow parameters may indicate a change long before urine output is affected.