Functional hemodynamic monitoring in the PICU/CICU
ESPNIC Academy. BRIERLEY J. Sep 12, 2015; 113559 Topic: Cardiovascular dynamics
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After viewing this presentation the participant will be able to:
- Understand the rationale and when to use hemodynamic monitoring in infants and children
- Review algorithms for time sensitive goal-directed hemodynamic support in these patients
- Recognize potential risks of fluid bolus/ FEAST trial
- Understand prediction of fluid responsiveness with clinical parameters
- Identify factors impacting cardiac index
- Learn about the WHO ETAT 2015 guidelines
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