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Biophysical Basis of Hemodynamic Measurements

  • A. Versprille
  • J. R. C. Jansen
Conference paper
Part of the Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine book series (UICM, volume 11)

Abstract

Monitoring in the meaning of observing or checking, especially for special purposes [1], implies transmission of information from a patient under surveillance to an observer, usually a physician or a nurse. This transmission occurs either continuously or at certain intervals. The information contains directly measured signals and data derived from the measured signals, which are usually called estimations.

Keywords

Cardiac Output Pulmonary Circulation Intrathoracic Pressure Transmural Pressure Hemodynamic Measurement 
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