[What is the method of choice for hemodynamic monitoring in liver transplantation?].

@article{Jayais1991WhatIT,
  title={[What is the method of choice for hemodynamic monitoring in liver transplantation?].},
  author={P. Jayais and A Descorps Decl{\`e}re and H. Soilleux and Marie Christine Gillon and Amy Mirand and L. Barthe and Ph. V{\'e}roli and B. O'kelly and Claude Ecoffey},
  journal={Presse medicale},
  year={1991},
  volume={20 40},
  pages={
          2062-4
        }
}
Orthotopic liver transplantation requires close hemodynamic monitoring. Technological advances provide new possibilities of improving this monitoring. The most recent devices are the mixed venous oxygen saturation catheter, which gives continuous SVO2 values, and the right ejection fraction catheter used discontinuously. Our experience of 100 liver transplantations has enabled us to investigate the advantages of these catheters over the conventional Swan Ganz catheters. 

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