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Thứ Năm, 29 tháng 11, 2012

JUM 12-2012



 
 
Determination of shock state in critically ill patients is challenging, but caval sonography may be a substitute for invasive hemodynamic monitoring. Assessment of the physiologic characteristics of the IVC provides a rapid distinction between low and high volume states and offers the clinician a rapid, noninvasive way to guide resuscitation in critically ill patients. In addition to caval sonography, focused echocardiography and lung sonography have been suggested by an increasing number of resuscitation sonography protocols to further evaluate patients in shock.
 
 


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