Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring
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Cardiovascular, Shock Non Sepsis, 2022
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Hemodynamics in patients with shock are often complex and can change rapidly as the course of disease evolves and as therapies are initiated. Close monitoring of patients with shock is clearly important, but precisely how to do this remains a subject of great controversy. Years ago, invasive hemodynamic monitoring was common and even routine in some settings, but over time less invasive options have evolved. It remains uncertain whether something has been lost in this shift.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Cardiovascular
Knowledge Area Shock Non Sepsis
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Learning Pathway Cardiothoracic Critical Care
Membership Level Select
Tag Hemodynamic Monitoring
Tag Cardiovascular
Tag Cardiothoracic Critical Care
Year 2022
Dr. Anne Gage
interventional cardiologist
invasive hemodynamics
cardiogenic shock
blood pressure measurements


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