Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients

Posted On 2020-08-20 09:47:08

This series of Annals of Translational Medicine presents a collection of review articles on hemodynamic monitoring in the critically ill patient. The limits and scopes of hemodynamic monitoring has broadened over the last decades with the incorporation of new less invasive techniques such as bedside point-of-care echocardiography. On the other hand, resuscitation concepts have changed and moved from a cardiac output centered approach to perfusion-driven strategies.

Editorial on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients
Editorial for the series on hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients
Glenn Hernández, Guo-Wei Tu

Original Article on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients
Hypoxia-related parameters during septic shock resuscitation: Pathophysiological determinants and potential clinical implications
Nicolás Pavez, Eduardo Kattan, Magdalena Vera, Giorgio Ferri, Emilio Daniel Valenzuela, Leyla Alegría, Sebastian Bravo, Ronald Pairumani, César Santis, Vanessa Oviedo, Dagoberto Soto, Gustavo Ospina-Tascón, Jan Bakker, Glenn Hernández, Ricardo Castro

Transesophageal echocardiography instead or in addition to transthoracic echocardiography in evaluating haemodynamic problems in intubated critically ill patients
Xiang Si, Jie Ma, Dai-Yin Cao, Hai-Lin Xu, Ling-Yun Zuo, Min-Ying Chen, Jian-Feng Wu, Xiang-Dong Guan

A novel supplemental maneuver to predict fluid responsiveness in critically ill patients: blood pump-out test performed before renal replacement therapy
Daozheng Huang, Huan Ma, Jie Ma, Liyan Hong, Xingji Lian, Yanhua Wu, Yan Wu, Shouhong Wang, Tiehe Qin, Ning Tan

Evaluation of radial artery pulse pressure effects on detection of stroke volume changes after volume loading maneuvers in cardiac surgical patients
Jun-Yi Hou, Ji-Li Zheng, Guo-Guang Ma, Xiao-Ming Lin, Guang-Wei Hao, Ying Su, Jing-Chao Luo, Kai Liu, Zhe Luo, Guo-Wei Tu

Review Article on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients1
Fluid administration for acute circulatory dysfunction using basic monitoring
Antonio Messina, Francesca Collino, Maurizio Cecconi

Optimal target in septic shock resuscitation
Eduardo Kattan, Ricardo Castro, Magdalena Vera, Glenn Hernández

Prediction of fluid responsiveness in spontaneously breathing patients
Xavier Monnet, Jean-Louis Teboul

Hemodynamic monitoring using trans esophageal echocardiography in patients with shock
Florence Boissier, François Bagate, Armand Mekontso Dessap

Hemodynamic monitoring in patients with venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
Ying Su, Kai Liu, Ji-Li Zheng, Xin Li, Du-Ming Zhu, Ying Zhang, Yi-Jie Zhang, Chun-Sheng Wang, Tian-Tian SHI, Zhe Luo, Guo-Wei Tu

Assessment of sublingual microcirculation in critically ill patients: consensus and debate
Olcay Dilken, Bulent Ergin, Can Ince

Vasopressors in septic shock: which, when, and how much?
Rui Shi, Olfa Hamzaoui, Nello De Vita, Xavier Monnet, Jean-Louis Teboul

Understanding ventriculo-arterial coupling
Manuel Ignacio Monge García, Arnoldo Santos

Inodilators in septic shock: should these be used?
Gustavo A. Ospina-Tascón, Luis E. Calderón-Tapia

Continuous cardiac output assessment or serial echocardiography during septic shock resuscitation?
Philippe Vignon

Case Report on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients1
Intraoperative venous air embolism in the non-cardiac surgery-the role of perioperative echocardiography in a case series report
Jingjing Ji, Yali Tian, Luning Chen, Bingbing Li

Editorial Commentary on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients
Predicting fluid responsiveness with the passive leg raising test: don’t be fooled by intra-abdominal hypertension!
Andrea Minini, Paul Abraham, Manu L. N. G. Malbrain

Interpretation or misinterpretation of clinical trials on septic shock: about the ANDROMEDA-SHOCK trial
François Dépret, Maxime Coutrot

The passive leg raising under pressure: focus on the impact of intra-abdominal hypertension
Victor Beaucoté, Guillaume Geri, Antoine Vieillard-Baron

When data interpretation should not rely on the magnitude of P values: the example of ANDROMEDA SHOCK trial
Francesco Corradi, Guido Tavazzi, Gregorio Santori, Francesco Forfori

Microcirculation and mean arterial pressure: friends or foes?
Olfa Hamzaoui, Rui Shi

The Bayesian approach: may we learn a lesson from the ANDROMEDA-SHOCK trial?
Federico Franchi, Cesare Biuzzi, Emanuele Detti, Gabriele Cevenini, Sabino Scolletta

Letter to the editor on Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients1
Microcirculation and mean arterial pressure: friends or foes?—reply
Sigita Kazune, Andris Grabovskis

Passive leg raising test in patients with intra-abdominal hypertension: do not throw it
Alexandra Beurton, Jean-Louis Teboul, Xavier Monnet