Latest Advances in Cardiac Output Monitoring from High-Definition Impedance Cardiography

Latest Advances in Cardiac Output Monitoring from High-Definition Impedance Cardiography Purpose of Review Cardiac output (CO) and hemodynamic parameters, and specifically the noninvasive approach to their measurement, have been the subject of continuous technological developments and lengthy debates. The challenge remains to measure these parameters in a user friendly and cost-effective way, without compromising accuracy and with few limitations in the real clinical environment. Recent Findings The industry might have solved the issue with the latest development of thoracic bioimpedance, called high- definition impedance cardiography (HD-ICG) and based on the direct analysis of morphology of the heart impedance signals. It may offer improvements in accuracy, inter-operator reproducibility, sensitivity, and parameters management, and also simplifies the understanding of the etiology of cardiac dysfunctions. Summary HD-ICG might have the potential to make hemodynamic measurements in anesthesia come of age and become a clinical standard. . . . . . Keywords Cardiac output Hemodynamic monitoring Noninvasive Impedance cardiography Signal morphology . . Circulatory failure Fluid management Preoperative evaluation Introduction partly because the industry made easier-to-use technologies available to the practitioners. This has stimulated a debate about their usefulness and performance, and also generated “It is a source of regret that the measurement of flow is novel approaches based on new hemodynamic and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Anesthesiology Reports Springer Journals

Latest Advances in Cardiac Output Monitoring from High-Definition Impedance Cardiography

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Publisher
Springer US
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Anesthesiology; Intensive / Critical Care Medicine; Internal Medicine
eISSN
2167-6275
D.O.I.
10.1007/s40140-018-0271-8
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Abstract

Purpose of Review Cardiac output (CO) and hemodynamic parameters, and specifically the noninvasive approach to their measurement, have been the subject of continuous technological developments and lengthy debates. The challenge remains to measure these parameters in a user friendly and cost-effective way, without compromising accuracy and with few limitations in the real clinical environment. Recent Findings The industry might have solved the issue with the latest development of thoracic bioimpedance, called high- definition impedance cardiography (HD-ICG) and based on the direct analysis of morphology of the heart impedance signals. It may offer improvements in accuracy, inter-operator reproducibility, sensitivity, and parameters management, and also simplifies the understanding of the etiology of cardiac dysfunctions. Summary HD-ICG might have the potential to make hemodynamic measurements in anesthesia come of age and become a clinical standard. . . . . . Keywords Cardiac output Hemodynamic monitoring Noninvasive Impedance cardiography Signal morphology . . Circulatory failure Fluid management Preoperative evaluation Introduction partly because the industry made easier-to-use technologies available to the practitioners. This has stimulated a debate about their usefulness and performance, and also generated “It is a source of regret that the measurement of flow is novel approaches based on new hemodynamic and

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Current Anesthesiology ReportsSpringer Journals

Published: May 23, 2018

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