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INVASIVE PRESSURE MONITORING

INVASIVE PRESSURE MONITORING

INVASIVE PRESSURE MONITORING. AIM Information concerning cardio respiratory performance and the effects of therapy in critically ill patients. 1. Arterial Blood Pressure Monitoring 2 . Central Venous Pressure Monitoring 3. Pulmonary Artery Pressure Monitoring

By bernad
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Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development

Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development

Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development. Acrosomal Reaction and Sperm Penetration. An ovulated oocyte is encapsulated by: The corona radiata and zona pellucida Extracellular matrix Sperm binds to the zona pellucida and undergoes the acrosomal reaction

By theophilia
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Cardiovascular Management during Anesthesia

Cardiovascular Management during Anesthesia

Cardiovascular Management during Anesthesia. Dong Soo Kim, M.D. aruma@khu.ac.kr www.nopain365.com.

By ziya
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Maternal physiology during pregnancy

Maternal physiology during pregnancy

Maternal physiology during pregnancy. Major Nabila Amin Assistant Professor CMH Rawalpindi. Reproductive tract (1). Uterus : from 50g-1100g from <10ml – 5L <2%- 15-20% of cardiac output Isthmus uteri —— lower segment of the uterus . Reproductive tract (2).

By lucas
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Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment)

Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment)

Aspiration Pneumonia/ Pneumonitis (Treatment). Sepehr Khashaei Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine University of New Mexico. Aspiration is a common event even in healthy individual and usually resolves without detectable sequelae .

By neil
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Prof. Azza Hafiz El-Medany

Prof. Azza Hafiz El-Medany

Prof. Azza Hafiz El-Medany. Prof. Abdulrahman Al-Motrefi. OBJECTIVES. At the end of lectures the students should Describe brifely the pathophysiology of heart failure Identify the causes of heart failure Describe the different classes of drugs used in the treatment of heart failure.

By kuniko
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resin cast of pulmonary arteries resin cast of pulmonary veins

resin cast of pulmonary arteries resin cast of pulmonary veins

Pulmonary Circulation. resin cast of pulmonary arteries resin cast of pulmonary veins. pulmonary circulation . Pulmonary Circulation The pulmonary circulation is unique in a number of ways.

By katima
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Acute renal failure (ARF)

Acute renal failure (ARF)

Acute renal failure (ARF) . acute kidney injury AKI is a sudden and usually reversible loss of renal function which develops over days or weeks and is usually accompanied by a reduction in urine volume. A rasied creatinine level can be due to acute, acute on chronic of chronic kidney disease.

By catrin
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Measurement of cardiac output by the Fick principle

Measurement of cardiac output by the Fick principle

Measurement of cardiac output by the Fick principle ‑The Fick principle can be expressed by the following equation: Cardiac output = O2 Consumption / [02]pulmonary vein ‑[02]pulmonary artery. ‑The equation can be solved as follows:

By tavon
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T. Russomano* L. F. B. Chotgues* O. A. Lima de Sá* M. A. dos Santos* J. Ernsting**

T. Russomano* L. F. B. Chotgues* O. A. Lima de Sá* M. A. dos Santos* J. Ernsting**

Intra-ocular and Venous Pressures during Head-down Tilt. T. Russomano* L. F. B. Chotgues* O. A. Lima de Sá* M. A. dos Santos* J. Ernsting**. *Microgravity Laboratory-Brazil / ** King’s College London-UK. Objectives.

By chloe
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Figure 3 Measurement of wedged hepatic venous pressure (WHVP)

Figure 3 Measurement of wedged hepatic venous pressure (WHVP)

Figure 3 Measurement of wedged hepatic venous pressure (WHVP). Permission obtained from Georg Thieme Verlag  Bosch, J. et al. Measurement of portal pressure and its role in the management of chronic liver disease. Semin. Liver Dis. 26 , 348–362 (2006).

By jenny
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Abstract

Abstract

Abstract. Demographic Variables. Age 64-68 Gender Male and female Diagnosis Sepsis or septic shock Hypotension Elevated lactate level. Research Design. Specific design of study Cohort Study Interventions Use and insertion of invasive monitoring equipment in ED

By kalil
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Mechanisms of heart failure

Mechanisms of heart failure

Mechanisms of heart failure. Definition of heart failure. Heart failure is a complex clinical syndrome that can result from any cardiac disorder that impairs the ability of the ventricle to eject blood. The cardinal manifestations of heart failure are dyspnoea and fatigue

By duena
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Heart Failure 101

Heart Failure 101

Heart Failure 101. Armaan Khalid. What is Heart Failure?. HF is a syndrome that manifests as the inability of the heart to fill with or eject blood HF can result from any structural/functional cardiac disorder that impairs the ability of the heart to function normally

By chinara
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Jugular venous pressure and waveforms

Jugular venous pressure and waveforms

Jugular venous pressure and waveforms. Dr Bijilesh. Jugular venous pulse is the oscillating top of the the distended proximal portion of the internal jugular vein and represents volumetric changes that faithfully reflect the pressure cahnges in the right heart.

By nusa
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Luís Francisco B. Chotgues, MD Dario F. G. de Azevedo, Ph.D. Thais Russomano, MD, Ph.D.

Luís Francisco B. Chotgues, MD Dario F. G. de Azevedo, Ph.D. Thais Russomano, MD, Ph.D.

WHICH ANGLE OF HEAD-DOWN TILT BETTER SIMULATES THE INCREASE IN INTRA-OCULAR PRESSURE THAT OCCURS IN MICROGRAVITY?. Luís Francisco B. Chotgues, MD Dario F. G. de Azevedo, Ph.D. Thais Russomano, MD, Ph.D. Physiology of the eye on Earth. Aqueous Humor. Microgravity Laboratory-PUCRS.

By irma
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Venous Pressure

Venous Pressure

Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure generally refers to the average pressure within venous compartment of circulation Blood from all the systemic veins flows into the right atrium of the heart, therefore the pressure in the Rt atrium called Central Venous pressure.

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Venous Pressure

Venous Pressure

Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure. Venous Pressure generally refers to the average pressure within venous compartment of circulation Blood from all the systemic veins flows into the right atrium of the heart, therefore the pressure in the Rt atrium called Central Venous pressure.

By sugar
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Arterial and venous blood pressures

Arterial and venous blood pressures

Arterial and venous blood pressures. Arterial Blood Pressure (BP). = The lateral pressure force generated by the pumping action of the heart on the wall of aorta & arterial blood vessels per unit area. OR = Pressure inside big arteries (aorta & big vessels).

By risa
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The central venous pressure is a very good indicator of the blood volume.

The central venous pressure is a very good indicator of the blood volume.

The central venous pressure is a very good indicator of the blood volume. This is monitored closely in surgical patients. In this diagram the heart is represented as the right heart , the lungs and the left heart all together.

By vera-turner
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