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Current concepts in fluid therapy and non-invasive haemodynamic monitoring

  • MARKO ŽLIČAR1

1Clinical Department of anaesthesiology and surgical intensive therapy, University medical centre Ljubljana, Zaloška 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia

DOI: 10.22514/SV131.032017.7 Vol.13,Issue S1,May 2017 pp.53-55

Published: 08 May 2017

*Corresponding Author(s): MARKO ŽLIČAR E-mail: marko.zlicar@gmail.com

Abstract

Advantages of goal directed therapy (GDT) have recently become more and more difficult to prove in the face of newly implemented protocolised patient care approaches that also clearly improve pa-tient outcome. However, individualised approach using GDT has been suggested to be superior to protocolised care and large meta-analyses still consistently show beneficial effects of GDT. Concerns of in-vasiveness were the reason why some pa-tients’ haemodynamics was not measured and in turn were not included in any GDT protocols. Recently, non-invasive devices to measure arterial blood pressure and haemodynamic variables emerged, and al-though they are very appealing and easy to use, they require further validation both by comparison to more invasive methods and by outcome trials.

Keywords

Haemodynamic monitoring, non-invasive haemodynamic monitoring, goal-directed therapy, fluid therapy, valida-tion

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MARKO ŽLIČAR. Current concepts in fluid therapy and non-invasive haemodynamic monitoring. Signa Vitae. 2017. 13(S1);53-55.

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