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Cardiovascular changes during laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
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Multicenter trial of a new thoracic electrical bioimpedance device for cardiac output estimation.
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Pathophysiology, monitoring, and therapy of acute circulatory problems.
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An advanced signal processing technique for impedance cardiography.
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Resuscitation from severe hemorrhage.
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Invasive and noninvasive monitoring for early recognition and treatment of shock in high-risk trauma and surgical patients.
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Noninvasive cardiac index monitoring in gunshot wound victims.
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Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring of critical patients in the emergency department.
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Application of an artificial intelligence program to therapy of high-risk surgical patients.
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Noninvasive physiologic monitoring of high-risk surgical patients.
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Temporal physiologic patterns of shock and circulatory dysfunction based on early descriptions by invasive and noninvasive monitoring.
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Intraoperative maintenance of tissue perfusion prevents ARDS. Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
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Continuous intraoperative noninvasive cardiac output monitoring using a new thoracic bioimpedance device.
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Multicenter study of noninvasive monitoring systems as alternatives to invasive monitoring of acutely ill emergency patients.
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Invasive and noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring of patients with cerebrovascular accidents.
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Physiologic monitoring of circulatory dysfunction in patients with severe head injuries.
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Invasive and non-invasive physiological monitoring of blunt trauma patients in the early period after emergency admission.
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Intraoperative evaluation of tissue perfusion in high-risk patients by invasive and noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring
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Hemodynamic patterns of survivors and nonsurvivors during high risk elective surgical operations.
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Early continuous noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring after severe blunt trauma.
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Invasive and noninvasive haemodynamic monitoring of acutely ill sepsis and septic shock patients in the emergency department.
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Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring for early warning of adult respiratory distress syndrome in trauma patients.
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