PulseCO: a less-invasive method to monitor cardiac output from arterial pressure after cardiac surgery.

@article{Hamilton2002PulseCOAL,
  title={PulseCO: a less-invasive method to monitor cardiac output from arterial pressure after cardiac surgery.},
  author={Timothy T Hamilton and Lynne M Huber and Michael E. Jessen},
  journal={The Annals of thoracic surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={74 4},
  pages={
          S1408-12
        }
}
BACKGROUND Cardiac output is often monitored after cardiac operations with a pulmonary artery catheter. A new method has been introduced that measures cardiac output by lithium dilution (LiDCO) and uses these data to calibrate a system (PulseCO) that calculates cardiac output continuously from the energy of the arterial pressure waveform. It is unknown whether PulseCO measurements are valid early after cardiac surgery when changes in temperature and vascular tone or intermittent use of the… CONTINUE READING

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