Bioelectrical impedance spectroscopy to estimate fluid balance in critically ill patients

Abstract

Fluid management is a crucial issue in intensive-care medicine. This study evaluated the feasibility and reproducibility of bioimpedance spectroscopy to measure body-water composition in critically ill patients, and compared fluid balance and daily changes in total body water (TBW) measured by bioimpedance. This observational study included 25 patients… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10877-015-9706-7

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@article{Dewitte2015BioelectricalIS, title={Bioelectrical impedance spectroscopy to estimate fluid balance in critically ill patients}, author={Antoine Dewitte and Pauline Carles and Olivier Joann{\`e}s-Boyau and Catherine Fleureau and Hadrien Roz{\'e} and Christian Combe and Alexandre Ouattara}, journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing}, year={2015}, volume={30}, pages={227-233} }