Unifying Fluid Responsiveness and Tolerance

An exploration of hemodynamic concepts of “congestion” and “flow”, and their relationship to an ultrasonographic Diamond-Forrester classification.

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Detecting the Change in Total Circulatory Flow

Blood flow velocity in the common carotid artery tracks changes in total circulatory flow on cardiopulmonary bypass.

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Mayo Clinic study quantifies cardiac cycles needed to detect hemodynamic change

In an analysis of 18,000 cardiac cycles, this study at the Mayo Clinic determined that at least 6 cardiac cycles should be averaged before and after an intervention to adequately use carotid artery flow as a functional hemodynamic measure.

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FloPatch Accurately Tracks Stroke Volume Changes During a Preload Maneuver

Using FloPatch measurement of VTI and FTc, researchers accurately tracked stroke volume changes induced by a pre-load modifying maneuver in healthy volunteers.

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