Non-invasive cardiac output monitoring in neonates using bioreactance: a comparison with echocardiography.
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CitationNon-invasive cardiac output monitoring in neonates using bioreactance: a comparison with echocardiography. 2012, 102 (1):61-7 Neonatology
AbstractNon-invasive cardiac output monitoring is a potentially useful clinical tool in the neonatal setting. Our aim was to evaluate a new method of non-invasive continuous cardiac output (CO) measurement (NICOM™) based on the principle of bioreactance in neonates.
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