Abstracts/Posters

ADULT

Lazar S, Jerusalem Z, Rube J, Koslosky C, Gojka M, Tennenberg S. SCCM 2013. Electrical Cardiometry Compares Favorably with Thermodilution for Post-Operative Hemodynamic Monitoring. Department of Surgery, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Harper University Hospital, Detroit, MI

Liu Y, Pappagianopoulos PP, Hough SS, et al. SCCM 2012. Validation of Electrical Velocimetry vs. Fick Method and Thermodilution to Determine Cardiac Output in Patients Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing. Department of Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Liu Y, Pian-Smith MCM, Leffert LR, et al. SCCM 2012. Hemodynamic Profile Of Patients Having Cesarean Delivery Under Spinal Anesthesia Obtained by Continuous Measurement of Cardiac Output. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Ballas J, Mantell K, Archer T. SOAP 2012. Electrical cardiometry demonstrates the hemodynamics of autotransfusion and aortocaval compression during labor. UC San Diego Health System, San Diego, CA.

Ghashghaei R, Woelkers D, Ballas J, et al. SOAP 2012. Umbilical artery S/D ratios and maternal systemic vascular resistance are correlated in patients at risk for preeclampsia. UC San Diego Health System, San Diego, CA.

Archer T and Rangwala Z. SOAP 2011. Electrical Cardiometry demonstrates heart failure and recovery after delivery. UC San Diego Health System, San Diego, CA.

PEDIATRIC

Musick M, Nguyen T, Patel B, Graf J, Williams E. SCCM 2014. Noninvasive Measurement of Cardiac Output for Early Recognition of Septic Shock and Targeted Therapy. Texas Children's Hospital. 

Shih R, Shih A, Garcia-Pereira F, Granone T, Buckley G, Estrada AH, Bandt C. SCCM 2014. Minimal Invasive Cardiac Output by Thoracic Bioimpedance in a Pediatric Neonatal Model. Shands Children's Hospital at University of Florida.  

Hannon M, Dorney K, Stone K, et al. SCCM 2012. Thoracic Fluid Index Changes in Children Recovering with Pneumonia. Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA.

Spar D, Vincent J, Torres A, et al. CHOP 2011. Comparison of Noninvasive Measurement of Cardiac Output, Electrical Velocimetry with Thermodilution Measurement of Cardiac Output in Children. Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian. Columbia University, New York, New York.

Numan MT, Maposa D, Kantharia BK. AHA EPS 2011. Supra Ventricular Tachycardia significantly reduces Stroke volume and causes minimal reduction of Cardiac output: study of Pediatric Patients. Children's Memorial Mermann, The University of Texas, Medical School at Houston.

Stone M, Papas A, et al. PAS 2011. Non-Invasive Cardiac Output Monitor can Detect and Trend Hemodynamic Changes in Children with Infections. Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School Boston, MA.

Noonan PME, Viswanathan S, Chambers A, et al. 2010. Non-invasive Cardiac Output Monitoring during Catheter Interventions in Patients with Cavo-pulmonary Circulations. The Heart Unit, Birmingham Children’s Hospital - NHS Trust, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham

Caplow J, Dorney K, Hannon M, et al. AAP 2010. Non-Invasive Assessment of Changes in Cardiac Output in Infants Hospitalized with Bronchiolitis. Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA.

Wong J, Eckstein O, Caplow J, et al. PCCC 2010. Non-invasive Cardiac Output and Oxygen Delivery Measurements in Acute Critical Anemia. Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School.

NEONATAL

Bhombal S, Cayabyab RG, Noori S, et al. 2011. Comparison of Cardiac Output Measurements Between Electrical Cardiometry and Echocardiography. LAC+USC Medical Center, Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

Dominguez S, Claure N, et al. PAS 2011. Effects of Spontaneous episodes of Hypoxemia on Hemodynamics and Cerebral Oxygenation in Preterm Infants. University of Miami Miller School of Medicine-Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami Florida.

Rodriguez M, Weaver B , Boseman A, et al. PAS 2009. Electrical Cardiometry in the NICU, is it Feasible? Mercer University Scholl of Medicine at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.