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Masimo Signal Extraction Pulse Oximetry
- J. Goldman, Michael T. Petterson, R. Kopotic, S. Barker
- Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing
Objective.To describe a new pulse oximetry technology and measurement paradigm developed by Masimo Corporation.Introduction.Patient motion, poor tissue perfusion, excessive ambient light, and… Expand
The pulse oximeter perfusion index as a predictor for high illness severity in neonates
Following the first development in its modern form in 1972 by Takuo Aoyagi , pulse oximetry has become invaluable for monitoring oxygenation and pulse rate . A constant amount of light (DC)… Expand
Histologic chorioamnionitis and severity of illness in very low birth weight newborns
- C. De Felice, P. Toti, +4 authors R. Kopotic
- Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of…
- 1 May 2005
Objective: Estimating the risk of in-hospital mortality in the neonatal intensive care unit provides important information for health care providers, and several neonatal illness severity scores have… Expand
Combined high-frequency oscillatory ventilation and intermittent mandatory ventilation in critically ill neonates.
- B. Boynton, F. Mannino, R. F. Davis, R. Kopotic, G. Friederichsen
- The Journal of pediatrics
- 1 August 1984
Combined high-frequency oscillatory ventilation (HFOV) and intermittent mandatory ventilation (IMV) was used in 12 neonates with inadequate gas exchange with conventional IMV. Diagnoses included… Expand
Oral Mucosal Microvascular Abnormalities: An Early Marker of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
An abnormal pulmonary vasculature has been reported as an important component of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD). We tested the hypothesis of an early abnormal vascular network pattern in infants… Expand
Assessing high-risk infants in the delivery room with pulse oximetry.
Heart rate and oxygenation status are essential to the delivery room assessment of newborn infants. Pulse oximetry (PO) can capture these two variables but low peripheral perfusion, patient motion… Expand
Abnormal vascular network complexity: a new phenotypic marker in hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer syndrome
Background: Hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC) (Lynch cancer family syndrome I (LCFS1) and II (LCFS2)) is one of the most common hereditary cancer disorders. HNPCC results from… Expand
Recent findings in the use of reflectance oximetry: a critical review
Purpose of review Pulse oximetry is ubiquitous but detailed understanding of the technology is poor. This is illustrated by publications addressing knowledge of pulse oximetry and those warning… Expand
Comparison of a New Venous Control Device with a Bladder Box System for Use in ECMO
During extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), forward pump flow must not be allowed to exceed the rate of blood drainage from the patient so that excessive negative pressure does not develop… Expand
Physiologic effect of repeated adrenaline (epinephrine) doses during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the cath lab setting: A randomised porcine study.
BACKGROUND This porcine study was designed to explore the effects of repetitive intravenous adrenaline doses on physiologic parameters during CPR. METHODS Thirty-six adult pigs were randomised to… Expand