Optimal Management of the Critically Ill: Anaesthesia, Monitoring, Data Capture, and Point-of-Care Technological Practices in Ovine Models of Critical Care

@inproceedings{Chemonges2014OptimalMO,
  title={Optimal Management of the Critically Ill: Anaesthesia, Monitoring, Data Capture, and Point-of-Care Technological Practices in Ovine Models of Critical Care},
  author={Saul Chemonges and Kiran Shekar and John-Paul Tung and Kimble Robert Dunster and Sara Diab and David G Platts and Ryan P Watts and Shaun D. Gregory and Samuel Foley and Gabriela {\vS}imonov{\'a} and Charles I Mcdonald and Rylan Hayes and Judith Bellpart and Daniel L. Timms and Michelle Chew and Yoke Lin Fung and Michael H. Toon and Marc O Maybauer and John F. Fraser},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
Animal models of critical illness are vital in biomedical research. They provide possibilities for the investigation of pathophysiological processes that may not otherwise be possible in humans. In order to be clinically applicable, the model should simulate the critical care situation realistically, including anaesthesia, monitoring, sampling, utilising appropriate personnel skill mix, and therapeutic interventions. There are limited data documenting the constitution of ideal technologically… CONTINUE READING
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