Julia Y. Nicklas

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In perioperative medicine, hemodynamic management aims at an optimization of perfusion pressure and oxygen delivery in order to maintain or restore adequate cellular metabolism (1). To optimize cardiopulmonary function, hemodynamic management triggers the administration of fluids and vasoactive agents according to predefined target values of hemodynamic(More)
The measurement of arterial pressure (AP) is a key component of hemodynamic monitoring. A variety of different innovative AP monitoring technologies became recently available. The decision to use these technologies must be based on their measurement performance in validation studies. These studies are AP method comparison studies comparing a new method(More)
BACKGROUND Increasing rates of obesity create new challenges for hemodynamic monitoring in the perioperative phase. Continuous monitoring of arterial pressure (AP) is important in severely obese patients who are at particular risk for cardiovascular complications. Innovative technologies for continuous noninvasive AP monitoring are now available. In this(More)
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