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  1. Cannesson M, Vallet B, Michard F. Pulse pressure variation and stroke volume variation: from flying blind to flying right? Br J Anaesth. 2009; 103(6):896-897 (Correspondence)
  2. Lahner D, Fleischmann E, Hetz H, Pestel G. Pulse pressure variation and stroke volume variation: from flying blind to flying right? Br J Anaesth. 2009; 103(6):897 (Correspondence)
  3. Ault A. CMS to cover Doppler monitoring during surgery, intensive care. Chest Physician 2007; 2:7:9
  4. Azevedo ZMA, Dutra MVP, Lima FC, Moliterno NV, Caixeta DML, Mota ICF, Rodrigues CS, Mafort KC. Transesophageal Doppler utilization in a pediatric intensive care unit in Brazil. 2007
  5. Bundgaard-Nielsen M, Holte K, Secher NH, Kehlet H. Monitoring of peri-operative fluid administration by individualized goal-directed therapy. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2007; 51(3): 331-441
  6. Bundgaard-Nielsen M, Ruhnau B, Secher NH, Kehlet H. Flow-related techniques for preoperative goal- directed fluid optimisation. Br J Anaesth 2007; 98(1):38-44
  7. Chytra I, Pradl R, Bosman R, Pelnar P, Kasal E, Zidkova A. Esophageal Doppler guided fluid management decreases blood lactate levels in multiple trauma patients: a randomized controlled trial. Crit Care 2007; 11:R24
  8. Finan PJ, Campbell S, Verma R, MacFie J, Gatt M, Parker MC, Bhardwaj R, Hall NR. The management of malignant large bowel obstruction: ACPGBI position statement. Col Dis 2007 9(4):1-17
  9. Goddard NG, Menadue, LT, Wakeling HG. A case for routine oesophageal Doppler fluid monitoring during major surgery becoming a standard of care. Br J Anaesth 2007; 99(4):599
  10. Green DW. Comparison of cardiac outputs during major surgery using the Deltex CardioQ oesophageal Doppler monitor and the Novametrix-Respironics NICO: a prospective observational study. Int J Surg 2007; 5(3):176-182
  11. Green R, Craig J, Kyle B, Jonas M. A survey of cardiac output monitoring in intensive care units. Crit Care2007;11(2):P301
  12. Holte K, Foss NB, Andersen J, Valentiner L, Lund C, Bie P, Kehlet H. Liberal or restrictive fluid administration in fast-track colonic surgery: a randomized, double-blind study. Br J Anaesth 2007; 99(4): 500-508
  13. Holte K, Kristensen BB, Valentiner L, Fos NB, Husted H, Kehlet H. Liberal versus restrictive fluid management in knee arthroplasty: A randomized, double-blind study. Anesth Analg 2007; 105:465-474
  14. Lee JH, Kim JT, Yoon SZ, Lim YJ, Jeon Y, Bahk JH, Kim CS. Evaluation of corrected flow time in oesophageal Doppler as a predictor of fluid responsiveness. Br J Anaesth 2007; 99(3)343-348
  15. Lopes MR, Oliveira, MA, Pereira VOS, Lemos IPB, Auler JOC Jr, Michard F. Goal-directed fluid manage- ment based on pulse pressure variation monitoring during high-risk surgery: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Crit Care 2007; 11:R100
  16. Mayor S. New approach to surgical care aims to improve recovery and reduced length of hospital stay. BMJ 2007; 334:816-817
  17. McDonald S, Fernando R, Ashpole K, Columb M. Maternal cardiac output changes after crystalloid or colloid cohydration following spinal anaesthesia for elective caesarean section. International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia 2007; Pages S1-S54: 008
  18. Monnet X, Chelma D, Osman D, Anguel N, Richard C, Pinksy M, Teboul J-L. Measuring aortic diameter improves accuracy of esophageal Doppler in assessing fluid responsiveness [Clinical Investigations] Crit Care Med. 2007; 35(2):477-482
  19. Monsel A, Salvat-Toussaint A, Durand P, Haas V, Baujard C, Rouleau P, El Aouadi S, Benhamou D, Asehnoune K. The transesophageal Doppler and hemodynamic effects of epidural anesthesia in infants anesthetized with Sevoflurane and Sufentanil. Anesth Analg 2007; 105:46-50
  20. Noblett SE, Horgan AF. Fluid Optimisation in Laparoscopic Colorectal Resection: Is it Beneficial?. Colorectal Disease. 2007; 9(1):16
  21. Rowlands H, Bagshaw O, Duncan H. Can clinicians estimate cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance compared to trans-oesophagel Doppler in Ventilated Children? 2007
  22. Rowlands H, Bagshaw O, Duncan H. Does trans-oesophageal Doppler cardiac output measurement change clinical management strategy? 2007
  23. Usher SM, Walker DA, Mythen MG. Doppler cardiac output monitoring: a tool for all physicians. Br J Hosp Med 2007; 68:3
  24. Van Den Berg R, Van Den Heuvel SAS, Boschker M, Scheffer GJ. Fluid management in major surgery: when does enough become sufficient? 2007
  25. Windsor A. Improving surgical outcomes, reducing length of stay. Health Director 2007; October Issue
  26. Bellamy MC. Wet, dry or something else? Br J Anesth 2006; 97(6):755-757
  27. Boldt J. Fluid management of patients undergoing abdominal surgery – more questions than answers. Eur J Anesth 2006; 23:631-640
  28. Cecconi M, Rhodes A, Perel A, Poelaert J. Haemodynamic monitoring in europe: a postal survey. ESICM 2006; S35:0119
  29. Chemla D, Nitenberg A. Systolic duration, preload and afterload: is a new paradigm needed? Intensive Care Med 2006; 32:9:1454-1455
  30. Dark P. Trans-oesophageal Doppler derived cardiac output: is it valid in clinical practice? Br J of Int Care 2006 Spring
  31. Dearlove OR, Ram AD, Natsagdoy S, Humphrey G. Hyponatraemia after postoperative fluid management in children. Br J Anesth 2006; 97(6):897-898
  32. Hack H. Use of the Esophageal Doppler Machine to help guide the intraoperative management of two chil- dren with pheochromocytoma. Ped Anesth 2006; 16:867-876
  33. Hamilton M, Grocott PW, Mythen M, Bennett. Does oesophageal Doppler guided goal directed therapy reduce surgical mortality and length of stay? Intensive Care Med 2006; 32(1) 0442
  34. Harvey S, Stevens K, Harrison D, Young D, Brampton W, McCabe C, Singer M, Rowan K. An evaluation of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of pulmonary artery catheters in patient management in intensive care: a systematic review and a randomised controlled trial. Health Technol Assess 2006; 10(29):1-150
  35. Hawkes N. Surgical breakthrough could save NHS up to 500m a year. The Times 2006, September
  36. Holte K, Klarskov B, Christensen DS, Lund C, Grubbe Nielsen K, Peter Bie P, Kehlet H. Liberal vs. restric- tive fluid administration to improve recovery after laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a randomised, double blind study. 2006
  37. Holte K, Kehlet H. Fluid therapy and surgical outcomes in elective surgery: A need for reassessment in fast-track surgery. J Am Coll Surg 2006; 202:6
  38. Horgan A. Safety First. Health Director. December 2006
  39. Joshi GP. Less is not more: a lack of evidence for intraoperative fluid restriction improving outcome after major elective gastrointestinal surgery. Anesth Analg 2006;102:965-976
  40. Lafanechre A, Pne F, Goulenok C, Delahaye A, Mallet V, Choukroun G, Chiche JD, Mira JP, Cariou A. Changes in aortic blood flow induced by passive leg raising predict fluid responsiveness in critically ill patients. Crit Care 2006; 10:5
  41. MacKay G, Fearon K, McConnachie A, Serpell MG, Molloy RG, O’Dwyer PJ. Effect of postoperative intrave- nous fluid and sodium restriction on patient recovery after elective colorectal surgery: an observer blinded randomized trial. 2006
  42. Noblett SE, Snowden CP, Shenton BK, Horgan AF. Randomized clinical trial assessing the effect of Doppler-optimized fluid management on outcome after elective colorectal resection. Br J Surg 2006; 93: 1069-1076
  43. Picard J, Bedague D, Carcey J, Halle C, Oddoux M, Ollinet C, Jacquot C, Payen JF. Transesophageal Dop- pler monitoring of fluid management during spinal surgery. 2006; 0651
  44. Pinsky M. Haemodynamic monitoring in shock and implications for management. 2006
  45. Singer M. The FTc is not an accurate marker of left ventricular preload. Intensive Care Med 2006; 32 (9):1456-1457
  46. Spahn DR, Chassot PG. Fluid restriction for cardiac patients during major noncardiac surgery should be re- placed by goal-directed intravascular fluid administration. Anesth Analg 2006; 102:344-346
  47. Stack CJ, Westhead PJ, Fabb PC, Wakeling HG. Useful ectopics. 2006
  48. Stuart-Smith K. Modern haemodynamic monitoring: out with the old. Anaesthesia Product News 2006
  49. Tote SP, Grounds RM. Performing perioperative optimization of the high-risk surgical patient. Br J Anesth 2006; 97(1):4-11
  50. Wind J, Polle SW, Fung Kon Jin PHP, Dejong CHC, von Meyenfedt MF, Ubbink DT, Gouma DJ, Bemelman WA. Systematic review of enhanced recovery programmes in colonic surgery. Br J Surg 2006; 93:800-809
  51. Bennett D, Chaloner E, Emberton M, Garfield M, Grocott M, Mythen MG. Modernising care for patients undergoing major Surgery: improving patient outcomes and increasing clinical efficiency. ISOG June 2005
  52. Chamberlain BM, Turner MA, Spencer T, Lowe GD. Oesophageal Doppler guided Stroke Volume optimisa- tion – a technical review. Deltex Medical Technical Review 2005
  53. De Vaumas C, Poussant T, Dupont H, Kermarrec N, Plantefeve G, Paugam C, Mantz J, Desmonts J. Do indicators of esophageal Doppler monitoring predict fluid challenge responsiveness. 2005; 494
  54. Devanand A. Clinical Trial: Continuous hemodynamic monitoring by esophageal Doppler in severe sepsis. 2005
  55. Dexter SPL, Vucevic M, Gibson J, McMahon MJ. Hemodynamic consequences of high- and low-pressure capnoperitoneum during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Surg Endosc 1999; 13:376-381
  56. English JD, Moppett IK. Feasibility of performing transoesophageal Doppler measurements in awake, unpremedicated, healthy volunteers. 2005
  57. Esdaile BA, Raobaikady R. Survey of cardiac output monitoring in intensive care units in England and Wales. 2005
  58. Fearon KCH, Ljungqvist O, Von Meyenfeldt M, Revhaug A, Dejong CHC, Lasses K, Nygren J, Hausel J, Soop M, Andersen J, Kehlet H. Enhanced recovery after surgery: A concensus review of clinical care for patients undergoing colonic resection. Clinical Nutrition 2005; 24:466-477
  59. Grocott MPW, Mythen MG, Gan TJ. Perioperative fluid management and clinical outcomes in adults. Anesth Analg 2005; 100:1093-1106
  60. Hadian M, Angus DC. Protocolized resuscitation with esophageal Doppler monitoring may improve outcome in post-cardiac surgery patients. Crit Care 2005; 9:E7
  61. Mackay ME, Saberi D, Caudwell L, McGoin H, Brady T, Singer M. Nurse-led haemodynamic management hospital stay in cardiac surgery patients. 2005; 045
  62. Nightingale T, Aldersley H, Manji M, Murphy N, Rosser DM. Provision of critical care in larger units improves cost effectiveness of nurse staffing. 2005; 523
  63. Otero R, Garcia AJ. Clinical review: New technologies – venturing out of the intensive care unit. Crit Care 2005; 9(3):296-302
  64. Parviainen I, Takala J and Jakob SM. Does fluid loading influence measurements of intestinal permeability? Crit Care 2005; 9:R234-R237
  65. Poeze M, Greve JWM, Ramsay G. Meta-analysis of hemodynamic optimization: relationship to methodologi- cal quality. Crit Care 2005: 9(6)R771-779
  66. Sharma J, Bhise M, Singh A, Mehta Y, Trehan N. Hemodynamic measurements after cardiac surgery: trans- esophageal Doppler versus pulmonary artery catheter. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2005; 19(6):746-750
  67. Takala J. Highs and lows in high-risk surgery: the controversy of goal-directed haemodynamic management. Crit Care 2005; 9:642-644
  68. Vallee F, Fourcade O, De Soyres O, Angles O, Sanchez-Verlaan P, Pillard F, Smail N, Olivier M, Genestal M, Samii. Stroke output variations calculated by esophageal Doppler is a reliable predictor of fluid response. Intensive Care Med 2005; 31:1388-1393
  69. Wakeling HG, McFall M, Jenkins C, Woods WGA, Miles WFA, Sitzia J. Oesophageal Doppler guided stroke volume optimisation (SVO) shortens hospital stay after major bowel surgery. Anaesthesia 2005; 60(3):307- 308
  70. Wakeling HG, McFall MR, Jenkins CS, Woods WGA, Miles WFA, Barclay GR, Fleming SC. Intraoperative oesophageal Doppler guided fluid management shortens postoperative hospital stay after major bowel sur- gery. Br J Anaesth 2005; 95(5);634-642
  71. Walker D, Usher S, Hartin J, Adam S, Brandner B, Chieveley-Williams S. Early experiences with the new awake oesophageal Doppler probe. 2005
  72. Williams AB. Enhanced recovery programs for colorectal surgery. 2005
  73. Bein B, Worthmann F, Tonner PH, Paris A, Steinfath M, Hedderich J, Scholz J. Comparison of esophageal Doppler, pulse contour analysis, and real-time pulmonary artery thermodilution for the continuous measure- ment of cardiac output. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2004; 18(2):185-189
  74. Dark PM, Singer M. The validity of trans-esophageal Doppler ultrasonography as a measure of cardiac out- put in critically ill adults. Intensive Care Med 2004; 30:2060-2066
  75. Feldman LS, Anidjar M, Metrakos P, Stanbridge D, Fried GM, Carli F. Optimization of cardiac preload during laparoscopic donor nephrectomy: a preliminary study of central venous pressure vs esophageal Doppler monitoring. Surg Endosc 2004; 18:412-416
  76. Gresham T. Purchasing decisions to support a change in intraoperative haemodynamic monitoring are evidence-based and could save billions. Hospital Decisions 2004 ; 1:184-185
  77. King SL, Lim ST. The use of the oesophageal Doppler monitor in the intensive care unit. Crit Care Res 2004; 6:113-122
  78. Kong RS. Esophageal Doppler monitoring in off-pump cardiac surgery. 2004
  79. KwangMin K, InSuk K, HyunMook C, TaeHyung H. Comparison of cardiac outputs of major burn patients undergoing extensive early escharectomy: esophageal Doppler monitor versus thermodilution pulmonary artery catheter. J Trauma 2004; 57(5):1013-1017
  80. McKendry M, McGloin H, Saberi D, Caudwell L, Brady AR, Singer M. Randomised controlled trial assessing the impact of a nurse delivered, flow monitored protocol for optimisation of circulatory status after cardiac surgery. J Br Med J 2004; 329:258-262
  81. Roediger L, Larbuisson R, Senard M, Hubert B, Damas P, Lamy M. New anesthetic and resuscitation techniques in adult cardiac surgery. Rev Med Liege 2004; 59(1):35-45
  82. Chew MS, Poelaert J. Accuracy and repeatability of pediatric cardiac output measurement using Doppler: 20-year review of the literature. Intensive Care Med 2003; 29(11):1889 1894
  83. Cholley BP, Singer M. Esophageal Doppler: Noninvasive Cardiac Output Monitor. Echocardiography: A Jrnl. Of CV Ultrasound & Allied Tech 2003; 20:8:763
  84. Gunn S, Harrigan P, Pinsky MR. Ability of arterial pulse contour and esophageal pulsed Doppler measures to estimate rapid changes in left ventricular output. 2003
  85. Hullett B, Gibbs N, Weightman W, Thackray M, Newman M. A comparison of CardioQ and thermodilution cardiac output during off-pump coronary artery surgery. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2003; 17:728-732
  86. Iregui MG, Prentice D, Sherman G, Schallom L, Sona C, Kollef MH. Physicians’ estimates of cardiac index and intravascular volume based on clinical assessment versus tranesophageal Doppler measurements obtained by critical care nurses. Am J Crit Care 2003; 12(4):336-342
  87. Mackay M, Saberi D, Caudwell E, McGloin H, Brady A, Singer M. Nurse-led, protocol-driven haemodynamic management in the first four hours after cardiac surgery shortens hospital stay. 2003
  88. Prentice D, Schallom M, Sona C, Iregui M, Kollef M. Safety and efficacy of nurse-inserted transesophageal Doppler probe. Am J Crit Care 2003 May
  89. Roeck M, Jakob SM, Boehlen T, Brander L, Knuesel R, Takala J. Change in stroke volume in response to fluid challenge: assessment using esophageal Doppler. Intensive Care Med 2003; 29(10):1729-1735 87. Schleicher GK, Bowley DM, Degiannis E, Boffard KD. Critical care in South Africa after major surgery. Care of the Critically Ill 2003; 19(4):112-118
  90. Seoudi HM, Perkal MF, Hanrahan A, Angood PB. The esophageal Doppler monitor in mechanically venti- lated surgical patients: Does it work? The Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 2003; 55 (4):720-726
  91. Singer M. What’s in a beat? Intensive Care Med 2003; 29:(10):1617-1620
  92. Stone MD, Wilson RJT, Cross J, Williams BT. Effect of adding dopexamine to intraoperative volume expansion in patients undergoing major elective abdominal surgery. Br J Aneasth 2003; 91(5):619-624
  93. Tibby SM, Murdoch IA. Monitoring cardiac function in intensive care. Arch Dis Child 2003; 88:46-52
  94. Turner M. Doppler-based hemodynamic monitoring: a minimally invasive alternative. ACCN 2003; 14(2):220- 231
  95. Barclay L. Doppler-Guided fluid resuscitation improves post-op outcome. MedscapeToday 2002
  96. Berton C, Cholley B. Equipment review: new techniques for cardiac output measurement – oesophageal Doppler, Fick principle using carbon dioxide, and pulse contour analysis. Crit Care 2002; 6(3):216-221
  97. Corey P. Non-invasive ultrasound monitoring may assist hemodynamic management. Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Newsletter 2002 Summer
  98. Gan TJ, Soppitt A, Maroof M, El-Moalem H, Robertson KM, Moretti E, Dwane P, Glass PSA. Goal-directed intraoperative fluid administration reduces length of hospital stay after major surgery. Anesthesiology 2002; 97:820-826
  99. Laupland KB, Bands CJ. Utility of esophageal Doppler as a minimally invasive hemodynamic monitor: a review. Can J Anesth 2002; 49(4):393-401
  100. Mohan UR, Britto J, Habibi P, Munter C, Nadel S. Noninvasive measurement of cardiac output in critically ill children. Pediatr Cardiol 2002; 23(1):58-61
  101. Price J, Sear J, Venn R. Perioperative fluid volume optimization following proximal femoral fracture. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2002; (1)CD003004
  102. Tibby SM, Murdoch IA. Measurement of cardiac output and tissue perfusion. Curr Opin Pediatr 2002; 14:303-309
  103. Venn R, Steele A, Richardson P, Poloniecki J, Grounds M, Newman P. Randomized controlled trial to investigate influence off the fluid challenge on duration of hospital stay and perioperative morbidity in patients with hip fractures. Br J Anaesth 2002; 88(1):65-71
  104. Wakeling HG. Perioperative haemodynamic optimisation. HHE 2002;T37-T38
  105. Atlas G, Mort T. Placement of the Esophageal Doppler Ultrasound Monitor Probe in Awake Patients Chest 2001; 119:1
  106. Clark DI, Ahmed AB, Baxendale BR, Moran CG. Cardiac output during hemiarthroplasty of the hip; A prospective, controlled trial of cemented and uncemented prostheses. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 2001 April
  107. De Vaumas C, Lafanechere A, Kermarrec N, Desmonts JM, Beloucif S. Assessment of preload and contractility using continuous esophageal Doppler cardiac output monitoring as a tool to optimize vasoactive support in septic shock. Crit Care Med 2001; 95:A427
  108. Feissel M, Michard F, Mangin I, Ruyer O, Faller JP, Teboul JL. Respiratory changes in aortic blood velocity as an indicator of fluid responsiveness in ventilated patients with septic shock. Chest 2001; 119:867-873
  109. Kodakat SK, Delaguila M, Trivedi U, Kong R. Oesophageal Doppler monitoring of descending aortic blood flow velocity during pump-off coronary artery bypass surgery. Crit Care 2001; 5(4):1-8
  110. Moppett IK, Malik M, Baxendale BR. Trans-esophageal Doppler measurements are tolerable and reproducible in awake, ambulatory volunteers. State of the Art Meeting 2001
  111. Odenstedt H, Aneman A, Svensson M, Oi Y, Stenqvist O, Lundin S. Descending aortic blood flow and cardiac output: A clinical and experimental study of Continuous oesopageal echo-Doppler flowmetry. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2001; 45:180-187
  112. Tibby SM, Hatherhill M, Durward A, Murdoch IA. Are transesophageal Doppler parameters a reliable guide to paediatric haemodynamic status and fluid management? Intensive Care Med 2001; 27:201-205
  113. Aka EJ, Cholley BP, Mateo J, Hussam K, Hayon D, Rabuel C, Payen DM. Effects of Fluid Loading on Ventilator-Induced variations in systolic pressure and stroke volume. Crit Care Med 2000; 28:12
  114. Dark PM, Delooz HH, Hillier V, Hanson J, Little RA. Monitoring the circulatory responses of shocked patients during fluid resuscitation in the emergency department. Intensive Care Med 2000; 26:173-179
  115. Dickson RE, Robertson EA, Krukowski ZH. Haemodynamic changes during laparoscopic anterior fundoplication measured by trans-oesophageal Doppler ultrasound. Anaesthesia 2000; 55(3):280-284.
  116. DiCorte CJ, Latham P, Greilich PE, Cooley MV, Grayburn PA, Jessen ME. Esophageal Doppler monitor determinations of cardiac output and preload during cardiac operations. Ann Thorac Surg 2000; 69:1782- 1786
  117. Farrar D, Grocott MPW, Hamilton MA, Mythen MG. Optimal care of the higher risk surgical patient. 2000 October
  118. Gan TJ. Intraoperative fluid management and choice of fluids. 2000
  119. Gan TJ. The esophageal Doppler as an alternative to the pulmonary artery catheter. Crit Care 2000; 6:214-221
  120. Grocott MPW, Gan TJ,. Hemodynamic “Optimization” Goal Is Improved Outcome. APSF Newsletter 2001; 16(2):31-33
  121. Grocott MPW, Gan TJ. Hemodynamic “Optimization” Goal Is Improved Outcome. 2000
  122. Hersey SL, Taylor M, Brock J. Transesophageal Doppler measurement of cardiac output in children. 2000; A-1312
  123. Kauffman K. Newer trends in monitoring: The esophageal Doppler monitor. AANA Journal 2000; 68:5:421- 428
  124. Meyer JP, Anand KK, Hancock TW, Hooker G, Ramsay MAE. Pilot study examining the role of the esophageal Doppler monitoring. ASA Meeting Abstract 2000 A-336
  125. Penny JA, Anthony J, Shennan AH, de Swiet M, Singer M. A comparison of hemodynamic data derived by pulmonary artery flotation catheter and the esophageal Doppler monitor in preeclampsia. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2000; 183:658-661
  126. Poeze M, Greve JWM, Ramsay G.. Goal-oriented haemodynamic therapy: a plea for a closer look at using peri-operative oxygen transport optimisation. Intensive Care Med 2000; 26:635-637
  127. Saberi, D Caudwell L, McGloin H, Singer M. Post-operative oesophageal Doppler optimisation: The cardiac patient. 2000
  128. Shaw AD, Weavind LM, Parmley L. Comparison of thermodilution, esophageal Doppler and transesophag- eal echocardiography data in the hemodynamic assessment of critically ill cancer patients. Crit Care Med 2000; 28:12, 159/M65
  129. Shi C, Morse LS, Douning LK, Chi L, Jessen ME. Optimizing intraoperative volume management during coronary bypass surgery. American Society of Anesthesiologists 2000; A-347
  130. Tibby SM, Hatherill M, Murdoch IA. Use of transesophageal Doppler ultrasonography in ventilated pediatric patients: Derivation of cardiac output. Crit Care Med 2000; 28(6):2045-2050
  131. Dexter SPL, Vucevic M, Gibson J, McMahon MJ. Hemodynamic consequences of high- and low-pressure capnoperitoneum during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Surg Endosc 1999; 13:376-381
  132. DiCorte CJ, Latham P, Greilich PE, Cooley MV, Grayburn PA, Jessen ME. Pulmonary artery catheter vs esophageal Doppler monitoring: Measurement of cardiac output and left ventricular filling during cardiac surgery. Anesth Analg 1999; SCA37
  133. Eachempati SR, Young C, Alexander J, Cirisano FD, Rodriguez GC, Reed RL II. The clinical use of an esophageal Doppler monitor for hemodynamic monitoring in sepsis. The Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 1999; 5:3-4:223-225
  134. Gan TJ, Horacek A, Maroof M, El-Moalem H, Bell E, Kucmeroski D, Malaisoodumperumal T, Glass PSA. Intraoperative volume expansion guided by esophageal Doppler improved postoperative outcome and shorted hospital stay. Anesth Anal 1999; 88;S1-424
  135. Madan AK, UyBarreta VV, Aliabadi-Wahle S, Jesperson R, Hartz R, Flint LM, Steinberg SM. Esophageal Doppler ultrasound monitor versus Pulmonary Artery Catheter in the hemodynamic management of critically iII surgical patients. The Journal of Trauma Injury, Infection & Critical Care 1999; 46 (4):607-611
  136. Mann C, Boccara G, Pouzeratte Y, Navarro F, Domergue J, Colson P. Hemodynamic monitoring using esophageal Doppler ultrasonography during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Can J Anesth 1999; 46(1): 15-20.
  137. Marik PE. Pulmonary artery catheterization and esophageal Doppler monitoring in the ICU. Chest 1999; 116:1085-1091
  138. Poeze M, Ramsay G, Greve JW, Singer M. Prediction of postoperative cardiac surgical morbidity and organ failure within 4 hours of intensive care unit admission using esophageal Doppler ultrasonography. Crit Care Med 1999; 27(7):1288-1294
  139. Urrunaga, JJ, Rivers EP, Karriem-Norwood VA, Mullen MT, Nguyen HB. Hemodynamic evaluation of the critically ill in the emergency department: A comparison of clinical impression versus transesophageal Doppler measurement. Crit Care Med 1999; 27(12) Supplement: A89, December
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  145. Rodriguez RM, Berumen KA, Black CS, Riseer RC, Layman L. Cardiac output measurement with an esophageal Doppler monitor in critically ill emergency department. Academic Emergency Med 1998; 5:510, 427
  146. Valtier B, Cholley BP, Belot JP, de la Coussaye JE, Mateo J, Payen DM. Noninvasive monitoring of cardiac output in critically ill patients using transesophageal Doppler. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1998; 158:77-83
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  148. Djaiani G, Hardy I. Perioperative use of the oesophageal Doppler probe (ODM II) on a patient scheduled for transmyocardial revascularization. Br J Anaesth 1997; 78:760-761 Deltex Medical 2007 9051-5440 Issue 1
  149. Gan TJ, Wakeling H, Hardman D, Booth JV, Chitester C, Ray J, Mythen M, Glass PSA. Intraoperative volume expansion guided by esophageal Doppler reduces the incidence of gastric mucosal hypoperfusion and may be associated with improved outcome following major surgery. Anesthesiology 1997 V87, 3A, Sep
  150. Hamilton-Davies C, Mythen MG, Salmon JB, Jacobson D, Shukla A, Webb AR. Comparison of commonly used clinical indicators of hypovolaemia with gastrointestinal tonometry. Intensive Care Med 1997; 23:276- 281
  151. Haxby EJ, Gray MR, Rodriguez C, Nott D, Springall M, Mythen M. Assessment of cardiovascular changes during laparoscopic hernia repair using oesophageal Doppler. Br J Aneasth 1997; 78:515-519
  152. Nakatsuka M, Fisher RA, Ham JM, Seaman DS, Posner MP. Validation of the esophageal Doppler cardiac function monitor with the standard thermodilution method during liver transplantation. Anesth Analg 1997; S4, SCA1-SCA127
  153. Payen DM. Oesophageal Doppler monitoring: history, physical principles and clinical applications. Interna- tional Journal of Intensive Care 1997 Autumn
  154. Sinclair S, James S, Singer M. Intraoperative intravascular volume optimisation and length of hospital stay after repair of proximal femoral fracture: randomised controlled trial. J Br Med J 1997; 315:909-912
  155. Sorohan J, Gilber HC, Atwell D, Sladen RN, Votapka TV, O’Connor BO, Mythen MG. Dual-Center validation of an esophageal Doppler continuous cardiac output monitor. Crit Care Med 1997
  156. Webb AR. The role of the oesophageal Doppler in the prevention of postoperative complications. Interna- tional Journal of Intensive Care 1997 Autumn; 96-104
  157. Singer M. Better monitoring = better management: Improved monitoring leads to more appropriate interven- tions. International Journal of Intensive Care 1996
  158. Szaflarski NL, Slaughter RE. Technology assessment in critical care: understanding statistical analyses used to assess agreement between methods of clinical measurement. Am J Crit Care 1996; 5(3):207-216
  159. Klotz KF, Klingsiek S, Singer M, Wenk H, Eleftheriadis S, Juppe H, Schmucker P. Continuous measure- ment of cardiac output during aortic cross-clamping by the oesophageal Doppler monitor ODM 1. Br J Anaes 1995; 74:655-660
  160. Murdoch IA, Marsh MJ, Tibby SM, McLuckie A. Continuous haemodynamic monitoring in children: use of transesophageal Doppler. Acta Paediatr 1995; 84:761-764
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