Hemodynamic Monitoring in Practice of Intensive Care Unit

І.А. Iovenko, Yu.Yu. Kobelyatsky, A.V. Tsarev, E.A. Kuzmova, A.M. Mashin

Abstract


The article presents an overview of modern me­thods of hemodynamic monitoring in the intensive care unit.


Keywords


hemodynamic monitoring; cardiac output; intensive care

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.5.76.2016.76433

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