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 April  2015 | Vol  19 | Issue 4

Editorial
Peripheral venous pressure to monitor fluid resuscitation in burns-more confusing than helpful?
Lavrentieva Athina
Optimizing cardiovascular function to ensure adequate tissue oxygen delivery is a key objective in the care of critically ill burn patients. Pronounced hemodynamic fluctuation during initial burn resu...
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Research Article
Peripheral venous pressure as a reliable predictor for monitoring central venous pressure in patients with burns
Lulu Sherif, Vikas S Joshi, Anjali Ollapally, Prithi Jain, Kishan Shetty, Karl Sa Ribeiro
Background: Optimizing cardiovascular function to ensure adequate tissue oxygen delivery is a key objective in the care of critically ill patients with burns. Hemodynamic monitoring may be nece...
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