Individual-Specific, Beat-to-beat Trending of Significant Human Blood Loss: The Compensatory Reserve.

@article{Convertino2015IndividualSpecificBT,
  title={Individual-Specific, Beat-to-beat Trending of Significant Human Blood Loss: The Compensatory Reserve.},
  author={Victor A. Convertino and Jeffrey T. Howard and Carmen Hinojosa-Laborde and Sylvain Cardin and Paul B Batchelder and Jane Mulligan and Gregory Z. Grudic and Steven L. Moulton and David B MacLeod},
  journal={Shock},
  year={2015},
  volume={44 Suppl 1},
  pages={27-32}
}
Current monitoring technologies are unable to detect early, compensatory changes that are associated with significant blood loss. We previously introduced a novel algorithm to calculate the Compensatory Reserve Index (CRI) based on the analysis of arterial waveform features obtained from photoplethysmogram recordings. In the present study, we hypothesized that the CRI would provide greater sensitivity and specificity to detect blood loss compared with traditional vital signs and other… CONTINUE READING
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