Hemodynamic monitoring in sepsis.

  title={Hemodynamic monitoring in sepsis.},
  author={Brian P Casserly and Richard Read and Mitchell M. Levy},
  journal={Critical care clinics},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={803-23, ix}
Tissue hypoperfusion is an important factor in the development of multiple organ failure. Therefore, recognition of sepsis-induced tissue hypoperfusion and timely clinical intervention to prevent and correct this are fundamental aspects of managing patients with sepsis and septic shock. Hemodynamic monitoring plays a key role in the management of the critically ill and is used to identify hemodynamic instability and its cause and to monitor response to therapy. However, the utility of many… CONTINUE READING

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