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Un système de mesure à l'aide de nouveaux Pulse L 100%

The proposed arterial pulsation measurement (APM) system chiefly consists of a laser diode and a low cost complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor.



Alcocer L., Gonzalez A.: Hipertension Arterial: La Prensa Medica Mexicana, Mexico, 1977, 1985.


Best blood pressure in septic shock NEJM 2014 96%

for the SEPSISPAM Investigators* A BS T R AC T Background The Surviving Sepsis Campaign recommends targeting a mean arterial pressure of at least 65 mm Hg during initial resuscitation of patients with septic shock.





resuscitative strategies for hemorrhagic shock 2013 93%

Vasoactive agents Fluid resuscitation is the first strategy to restore mean arterial pressure in hemorrhagic shock.


circulatory-shock-nejm-2013 92%

First, systemic arterial hypotension is usually present, but the magnitude of the hypotension may be only moderate, especially in patients with chronic hypertension.


Beta Blockade Septic Shock 91%

10.1097/CCM.0b013e31828a678d 2162 rate greater than or equal to 95 beats per minute and requiring ­norepinephrine to maintain mean arterial pressure greater than or equal to 65 mm Hg received a titrated esmolol infusion to maintain heart rate less than 95 beats per minute.



Extremo arterial del capilar Fuerzas que tienden a desplazar el líquido hacia fuera:


Adaptation du silure en milieu Hypoxie 80%

We demonstrated that, in a wide range of physiologically different water-breathers under resting conditions, a low arterial Po2 (1-3 kPa at 13-15°C;


Hospital Stay and Mortality Are Increased in Patients 78%

Low mean arterial pressure (MAP) and deep hypnosis have been associated with complications and mortality.


An Uncommon Cause of 78%

right atrial pressure of 41 mmHg, an end-diastolic right-ventricular diameter of 21 mm, systolic arterial pulmonary pressure of 120 mmHg, and a cardiac index of 0.9 L/min/m2.


appel a com mecenat culturel anc 2017 77%

ARTERIAL NETWORK CAMEROUN souhaite donc, pour toutes ces raisons, attirer l’attention du public sur le mécénat en Afrique et plus particulièrement sur le mécénat en faveur de la culture et du patrimoine.


anat pat-ilovepdf-compressed 76%

Presión capilar (extremo arterial del capilar) Presión negativa del líquido libre intersticial Presión coloidosmótica del líquido intersticial 30 3 8 41 FUERZA HACIA FUERA TOTAL Fuerzas que tienden a desplazar el ltq uido hacia dentro:


Brenner E 2014 HumBodPresTechn J Anat 224: 316-344 76%

Artificial means of preservation Artificial means of preservation comprise the application of simple heat or cold, powders, such as a sawdust bed mixed with zinc sulphate, evisceration combined with immersion, drying, local incision and immersion, arterial injections, cavity injections.


Preload dependence and septic shock CCM2015 76%

Protocol description Jugular central venous and femoral arterial lines were connected to the Picco plus device (Pulsion Medical Systems, Munich, Germany) for the first 31 patients, or an Intellivue MP40 monitor equipped with the Picco-Technology module thereafter (Philips Healthcare, Andover, MA, USA).


TIH 75% on 09/03/2013 Treatment of HIT 5.4 5.2 5.3 5.1 4.2 4.1 3.5 3.3 3.4 Comparator 3.0 Management of HITT (HIT with thrombosis) Discontinue heparin with or Treatment with nonheparin without starting a VKA anticoagulants Treatment with nonheparin Treatment with other anticoagulants nonheparin anticoagulants Platelet transfusions No platelet transfusions Starting VKA before platelet No VKA until after platelet recovery recovery 2.0 Screening for HIT Platelet count monitoring No platelet count monitoring combined with the 4Ts Score Intervention(s) Venous limb gangrene Limb amputation New thrombosis (arterial, venous) Death (thrombosis, bleeding) Limb amputation New thrombosis (arterial, venous) Major bleeding False negatives (increased risk of thrombosis if not treated with nonheparin anticoagulants) False positives (increased risk of bleeding if treated with nonheparin anticoagulants) True negatives (do not have HIT) True positives (do have HIT) Outcome(s) Discontinuing thrombin Discontinuing thrombin inhibitor after minimum of inhibitor after , 5 d of 5 d of overlap with a VKA overlap with a VKA 4.0 Management of isolated HIT (HIT without thrombosis) Patients with strongly Discontinue heparin with or Treatment with nonheparin Death (thrombosis, bleeding) suspected or confirmed HIT without starting a VKA anticoagulants Limb amputation without thrombosis Treatment with nonheparin Treatment with other New thrombosis (arterial, venous) anticoagulants nonheparin anticoagulants Major bleeding 5.0 Management of patients with acute or subacute HIT in special situations Patients who require urgent Treatment with nonheparin Treatment with other Death (thrombosis, bleeding) cardiac surgery anticoagulants nonheparin anticoagulants Limb amputation New thrombosis (arterial, venous) Patients who require urgent PCI Patients who require renal Major bleeding replacement therapy Procedural success Pregnant patients Patients with strongly suspected or confirmed HIT with thrombosis 3.1 3.2 Patients receiving heparin or LMWH for ⱖ 5 d Population 2.1 Section PICO Question Table 1—[Introduction] Treatment and Prevention of HIT:


10-0008 74%

Day, Sturdevant, and Bullock 10-0008 Outcome Oriented Performance Measures for Signalized Arterial Capacity Management by Christopher M.


lead-renal dysfunction 73%

• never have specific treatrnent of the lead poisoning • have a normal arterial pressure • have no urinary infections.


Post Cardiac Arrest Syndrome 73%

Oxygenation and Ventilation Although 100% oxygen is commonly used during initial resuscitation, both animal models and observational studies highlight the potential harm of oxygen toxicity.19,20 In a multicenter cohort study of 6326 patients admitted to intensive care after OHCA, arterial hyperoxia (Pa O 2 ⬎300 mm Hg) was independently associated with increased in-hospital mortality compared with patients with normoxia or hypoxia.20 Accordingly, until there are further data from prospective, controlled clinical trials, it seems reasonable to recommend that both hyperoxia and hypoxia after ROSC be avoided.



Estos nativos no necesitan muchas horas de sueño, tienen sudoración en manos y pies, también son propensos a la hipertensión arterial, asma y además sufren de hipersecreción estomacal y salival.


Calentamiento 70%

11 a) Respiración Fases de la respiración Cifras normales de la respiración 11 11 12 ¿Cuáles son las estructuras involucradas Procedimiento para controlar la respiración Los valores normales de referencia La respiración en accidentes 12 13 13 13 b) El pulso arterial.


ECMO and IABP CCM 2014 68%

Hemodynamics was monitored via a right arterial catheter for continuous blood pressure (BP) monitoring and a pulmonary artery catheter inserted into the internal jugular vein.


jsc120003 2526 2533 (1) 67%

Following the initial description of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) by Ashbaugh et al2 in 1967, multiple definitions were proposed and used until the 1994 publication of the American-European Consensus Conference (AECC) definition.3 The AECC defined ARDS as the acute onset of hypoxemia (arterial partial pressure of oxygen to fraction of inspired oxygen [PaO2/FIO2] ⱕ200 mm Hg) with bilateral infiltrates on frontal chest radiograph, with no evidence of left atrial hypertension.


physiologie du retour veineux 67%

Because of the 255 Funk et al TABLE 1.  Distribution of Blood in the Various Components of the Circulatory System Percentage of Total Blood Volume Structure Systemic venous system 64 Systemic arterial system 13 Capillaries 7 Pulmonary circuit 9 Heart 7 Reprinted with permission from Milnor W:



al igual que en el sistema arterial nos informa del estado de la pared de la vena, de su contenido y del flujo de sangre a su través.