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ultrasonic cardiac output monitor
(64 times)
Critical Care
(11 times)
CO (24 times)
SV (15 times)
CI (9 times)
2005 Emergency physicians can reliably assess emergency department patient cardiac output using the USCOM continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitor.
supra-sternal cardiac output monitor
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CO (1 time)
ICC (1 time)
PAC (1 time)
2009 Comparison of a supra-sternal cardiac output monitor (USCOM) with the pulmonary artery catheter.
ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring system
(1 time)
Emergency Medicine
(1 time)
ICU (1 time)
PLR (1 time)
ROC (1 time)
2011 [Clinical observation of passive leg raising combined with non invasive cardiac output monitoring system in predicting volume responsiveness].
ultrasonic continuous wave Doppler cardiac output monitoring device
(1 time)
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AVI (1 time)
CRT (1 time)
2007 Cardiac resynchronization therapy optimization by ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring (USCOM) device.
ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output
(1 time)
Critical Care
(1 time)
CI (1 time)
CLs (1 time)
CO (1 time)
2009 Assessment of the clinical utility of an ultrasonic monitor of cardiac output (the USCOM) and agreement with thermodilution measurement.
undergoing anultrasonic cardiac output monitor
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FGR (1 time)
NT-proBNP (1 time)
2017 Relationship between maternal hemodynamics and plasma natriuretic peptide concentrations during pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia and fetal growth restriction.
USCOM Ltd, Sydney, NSW
(1 time)
Critical Care
(1 time)
CO (1 time)
2012 A comparison of pulse contour wave analysis and ultrasonic cardiac output monitoring in the critically ill.
USCOM Ltd., Sydney, NSW, Australia
(1 time)
Critical Care
(1 time)
CO (1 time)
2014 An assessment of two Doppler-based monitors to track cardiac output changes in anaesthetised patients undergoing major surgery.