Accuracy of a continuous noninvasive hemoglobin monitor in intensive care unit patients*

@article{Frasca2011AccuracyOA,
  title={Accuracy of a continuous noninvasive hemoglobin monitor in intensive care unit patients*},
  author={Denis Frasca and Claire Dahyot-fizelier and Karen Catherine and Quentin Levrat and Bertrand Debaene and Olivier Mimoz},
  journal={Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={39},
  pages={2277-2282}
}
Objective:To determine whether noninvasive hemoglobin measurement by Pulse CO-Oximetry could provide clinically acceptable absolute and trend accuracy in critically ill patients, compared to other invasive methods of hemoglobin assessment available at bedside and the gold standard, the laboratory analyzer. Design:Prospective study. Setting:Surgical intensive care unit of a university teaching hospital. Patients:Sixty-two patients continuously monitored with Pulse CO-Oximetry (Masimo Radical-7… 
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