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output method

Methods of estimating cardiac output in the field

Cardiac output monitoring by pressure recording analytical method in cardiac surgery

359 Automated measurement of pulmonary output using a new echocardiographic method

Novel continuous capnodynamic method for cardiac output assessment during mechanical ventilation

Reduced-basis output bound methods for parabolic problems

Uzawa-based adaptive methods for linear output functionals

Is comparison of changes in cardiac output, assessed by different methods, better than only comparing cardiac output to the reference method?

Comparison of two methods for cardiac output measurement in critically ill patients†

Pressure recording analytical method for measuring cardiac output in critically ill children: a validation study

Non-invasive measurement of cardiac output using an iterative, respiration-based method

Bioreactance is a reliable method for estimating cardiac output at rest and during exercise

Pressure recording analytical method (PRAM) for measurement of cardiac output during various haemodynamic states

Improving usability and communicability of burden of disease Methods and outputs: the BCoDE software Alessandro Cassini

Continuous cardiac output monitoring with an uncalibrated pulse contour method in patients supported with mechanical pulsatile assist device

Lack of agreement between pulmonary arterial thermodilution cardiac output and the pressure recording analytical method in postoperative cardiac surgery patients‡

Reply from the authorsIn a perfect world, we would have used a perfect method for cardiac output monitoring


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