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Haemodinamic monitoring

Alberto Lucchini, Matteo Giacovelli, Stefano Elli, Roberto Gariboldi, Giulia Pelucchi, Herman Bondi, Daniela Brambilla
UNLABELLED: Hygiene care in critical patients may alter vital signs. Aim of this paper is to measure vital signs and their modifications in critical patients during hygiene care and measure differences with pre and post hygiene values. METHOD: Vital signs of 6 patients two hours before, during and 90 minutes after hygienic care were measured. RESULTS: During and 2 hours after the end of hygiene a modification of vital signs was observed compared to basic values (mean values during/90 min after, compared to baseline): heart rate +11...
July 2009: Assistenza Infermieristica e Ricerca: AIR
P Bassi, P Lattuada, S Tonietti
An adequate treatment of ischaemic stroke in the early phase (28-48 h) is the most important factor for a better outcome. Thrombolysis with rTPA (within 3 h) and oral ASA 300 mg/days are the first therapeutic misures. Continuous monitoring of cardiological and haemodinamic parameters allows early detection of cardiac disturbances. Treatment of hypertension, low haematic oxigenation, hyperglicaemia, seizures and hypertermia is basic to improve outcome. Pharmacological therapy is only one of the components of effective multidisciplinary integrated management of ischaemic stroke; we remind also the precocity of rehabilitation procedures and an accurate psychological assessment...
May 2005: Neurological Sciences
A Di Muria, V Formisano, M Aveta, A Marano, D Giglio
Retroperitoneal and subcapsular renal hematomas, following extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) occur rarely, but the large number of this treatment performed has to be considered. The knowledge of risk factors, natural history and complications represents a crucial factor in the correct management of these lesions, that generally must be treated conservatively, monitoring clinical parameters and eco-TC diameters of the hematoma. Surgical approache is indicated only in case of haemodinamic instability not responsive to medical therapy and, after 1-2 months, to try to improve renal disfunction due to compression...
September 2003: Annali Italiani di Chirurgia
A Donati, L Cola, R Danieli, C Munch, G Mancinelli, D Achilli, P Pietropaoli
OBJECTIVE: To find a predictive model for short time mortality and survival of haemodinamically instable patients. DESIGN: Prospective study on two consecutive series of critically ill patients admitted to ICU. SUBJECTS: 115 critically ill patients, subdivided in two series of 83 (47 survivors and 36 non survivors after 20 days from admission) and 32 patients (19 survivors and 13 non survivors), respectively. INTERVENTIONTS: All the patients have been monitored with a Swan-Ganz catheter...
July 1996: Minerva Anestesiologica
I M Bassi, C Lazzari, T Zanela
The haemodinamic monitorization through the Swan-Ganz catheter is a valuable source in the assistance of the critically ill patient. This work is a review on the importance, indication, skills and nursing care in order to use this source.
January 1990: Revista Ga├║cha de Enfermagem
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