due to the vasodilatation associated with infection or impaired cardiac output. Poorly perfused ... urine output) continues (UG). The Surviving Sepsis Campaign ... Down
However, cardiac output was normal or increased in all patients de-spite moderate to severe myocardial de-pression. ... Sepsis-induced cardiac dysfunction ... Down
SEVERE SEPSIS: INITIAL RECOGNITION AND RESUSCITATION ... • Serum lactate levels can be elevated in the setting of a normal or increased cardiac output ... Down
SEVERE SEPSIS: INITIAL RECOGNITION AND RESUSCITATION ... • Serum lactate levels can be elevated in the setting of a normal or increased cardiac output.www.aacn.org/wd/practice/docs/practicealerts/sepsis%2004-2010%20...
Nov 12, 2013 · sepsis, since their cardiac output is more often decreased rather than increased.3,4 This effect compromises oxygen delivery and decreases Sv o 2 levels.4www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMc1312359
Severe Pneumonia and Sepsis Case Study ... minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring, has been demonstrated to be a sensitive parameter in determininght.edwards.com/.../products/mininvasive/ar06959_pneumonia.pdf
Fluid resuscitation in severe sepsis and septic shock: An evidence-based review ... dependent on cardiac output, oxygen de-mand, hemoglobin, and arterial oxygenwww.karolinska.se/upload/Utbildning/volym%20vid%20chock.pdf