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1944 1
1945 152
1946 487
1947 604
1948 784
1949 681
1950 1040
1951 1083
1952 729
1953 899
1954 990
1955 1019
1956 928
1957 1153
1958 1160
1959 1063
1960 1114
1961 1215
1962 1421
1963 2253
1964 3423
1965 3105
1966 3712
1967 4908
1968 5844
1969 6644
1970 6757
1971 7506
1972 7794
1973 8222
1974 8366
1975 8088
1976 7502
1977 7606
1978 7878
1979 8438
1980 8994
1981 9180
1982 9973
1983 10595
1984 11488
1985 12092
1986 12111
1987 12245
1988 12725
1989 13589
1990 13628
1991 14198
1992 13750
1993 13854
1994 13458
1995 13449
1996 13280
1997 13298
1998 13090
1999 13058
2000 13601
2001 13673
2002 13781
2003 14232
2004 14037
2005 15364
2006 15713
2007 15898
2008 16883
2009 17712
2010 18179
2011 18880
2012 19378
2013 20111
2014 20634
2015 20766
2016 19953
2017 19745
2018 18786
2019 7987
2020 132
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Cardiovascular physiology of pregnancy
Sanghavi M and Rutherford JD. Circulation 2014 - Review. PMID 25223771
Right Atrial Pressure in the Critically Ill: How to Measure, What Is the Value, What Are the Limitations?
Magder S. Chest 2017 - Review. PMID 27815151
Thus, monitoring P(ra) or its surrogate, central venous pressure (CVP), can give important insights into mechanisms behind changes in hemodynamic status, responses to interventions, and the likelihood of diagnoses. ...
Thus, monitoring P(ra) or its surrogate, central venous pressure (CVP), can give important insights into mechanisms behind changes in hem
The case for the reservoir-wave approach
Tyberg JV, et al. Int J Cardiol 2014 - Review. PMID 24485224
The Reservoir-Wave Approach is an alternative, time-domain approach to arterial hemodynamics that is based on the assertion that measured pressure and flow can be resolved into their volume-related (i.e., reservoir) and wave-related (i.e., excess) components. ...On the other hand, conventional hemodynamic analysis has been shown to yield a paradoxical "forward-going backward wave" and the impedance minimum, previously assumed to be an indicator of the source of wave reflection according to quarter-wave-length theory, has been shown to be due to the reservoir component. ...
The Reservoir-Wave Approach is an alternative, time-domain approach to arterial hemodynamics that is based on the assertion that meas …
[The impact of different occlusion time on forearm equilibrium pressure and the correlation with systemic hemodynamics].
Xie ZY, et al. Zhonghua Nei Ke Za Zhi 2017. PMID 28460505 Chinese.
Objective: To observe the changes of arm equilibrium pressure (P(arm)) in different occlusion time, the reference range of P(arm) in hemodynamic stable patients, and to explore the relationship between P(arm) and systemic hemodynamic parameters. Methods: Mechanically ventilated postoperative abdominal surgery patients who admitted to ICU with stable hemodynamic status were enrolled. ...
Objective: To observe the changes of arm equilibrium pressure (P(arm)) in different occlusion time, the reference range of P(arm) in hemo
Understanding Guyton's venous return curves
Beard DA and Feigl EO. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2011. PMID 21666119 Free PMC article.
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