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Prehospital monitoring in resuscitation : today and the future

  • ŠTEFEK GRMEC 1
  • GREGOR PROSEN1
  • BARBARA KIT1
  • MATEJ STRNAD1
  • PETRA KLEMEN1

1Emergency Medical Center Maribor Medical Faculty, University of Maribor Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana

DOI: 10.22514/SV51.092010.8 Vol.5,Issue S1,September 2010 pp.36-43

Published: 07 September 2010

*Corresponding Author(s): ŠTEFEK GRMEC E-mail: grmec-mis@siol.net

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Abstract

There is growing evidence that early detection and response to physiological deterioration can improve outcome for patients. Working out-of-hospital, we often find ourselves in diagnostic dilemmas, thus more reliable data could change our actions as well as give better assessment of patient's condition. Therefore, we are always exploring new perspectives that could be transferred from experimental laboratory settings to our primary working area in the field to help us improve decision-making leading to better outcome. In the following sections, we represent our previous studies about the utility of continuous capnometry and the importance of point-of-care ultrasound in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and dis-cuss about the possible future use of transthoracic and transesophageal ultrasound, point-of-care biochemical monitoring, tissue oxygen saturation, pupillometry, and mixed and central venous oxygen saturation monitoring in the prehospital setting.

Key words

cardiopulmonary resusci-tation, pre-hospital monitoring, cap-nometry, point-of care ultrasound and biochemical monitoring, pupil-lometry, mixed and central venous oxygen saturation, review

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ŠTEFEK GRMEC ,GREGOR PROSEN,BARBARA KIT,MATEJ STRNAD,PETRA KLEMEN. Prehospital monitoring in resuscitation : today and the future. Signa Vitae. 2010. 5(S1);36-43.

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