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behnammoghadam M, azimian J, abdi N, Mirzaee M S. Non invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critical care units: Review article. JAP. 2015; 5 (2) :72-81
URL: http://jap.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5180-en.html
1- MSc in critical care nursing , mbehnammoghadam@yahoo.com
2- nursing PhD candidate
3- MSc
4- Master Student of Medical Surgical Nursing
Abstract:   (3397 Views)
Aim and background : Hemodynamic monitoring of critical patients in intensive units is the cornstone of care. It constitutes an extensive part of care and is helpful in determination of the causes and the response to treatment of hemodynamic instability. Aim of this review articale is to investigate of the Non invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critical care units. Materials and Methods:61 articales allocated for this study the time frame covered was 1890 to 2010. The references of this review article were obtained from pubmed,Elsevier, Google scholar, Elsevier mason, Science direct, JAMA. The authors have also used the keywords including: cardiac output, noninvasive, intensive care unit, oxygenation, upstream, Downstream Markers,Hemodynamic monitoring, minimum invasive methods, and Circulatory shock. Results: the results of this study show that The desirable and premium monitoring of serious patients in the intensive care units have yet remained as a challenge. Awareness on the cardiac output which is the most important indicator of cardiac function is of vital importance for deciding on the method of clinical administration, selection of treatment method, clinical assessment, and prognosis of the patients suffering from cardiac problems. Conclusion: a lots of this study show that Non-invasive monitoring system is easier, safer, cheaper, and more effective than invasive monitoring system of cardiac output, if this method is used properly,it could reduce the mortality and morbidity rate.
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: Intensive care medicine
Received: 2014.11.25 | Accepted: 2014.12.10 | Published: 2014.12.27

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