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the branch of physiology that studies the circulation of the blood and the forces involved

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Edwards Lifesciences is the global leader in the science of heart valves and haemodynamic monitoring.
A recently published randomised controlled trial (62) compared the benefits and risks of haemodynamic monitoring guided by a pulmonary artery catheter with haemodynamic monitoring guided by a central venous catheter.
Early continuous noninvasive haemodynamic monitoring after severe blunt trauma.
The results published in Acta Cardiology found, "USCOM constitutes an important tool for easy, rapid and reliable diagnosis and haemodynamic monitoring of critically ill patients.
Haemodynamic monitoring (wired and telemetric monitors) for 2 IMC-stations, transmission over existing wireless.
Advanced haemodynamic monitoring has remained a cornerstone in the management of the critically ill since the introduction of the pulmonary artery catheter into clinical practice in the 1970s1.
Haemodynamic monitoring of blood flow during and after surgery allows doctors to detect and deal with problems through accurate administration of fluid and drugs.
Haemodynamic Monitoring and Therapy: A Personal History 19611994 (Ronald Bradley)
The requirement to include full haemodynamic monitoring with a combined electrophysiology system, possible future addition of 3d EP mapping software.
Such contingencies include appropriate haemodynamic monitoring, careful attention to patient positioning and the use of intraoperative transoesophageal echocardiography.
The CardioQ haemodynamic monitoring system uses a soft disposable ultra-sound probe that is inserted into the patient's oesophagus via the mouth during surgery and records the amount of blood being pumped around the body.
Although haemodynamic monitoring provides some end-points for fluid therapy and resuscitation, these measures are relatively crude and in the main, applicable only to the critical care setting.
Contract notice: Advanced Haemodynamic Monitoring Kits.