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Cardiopulmonary Monitoring of Septic Shock

  • Claude MartinEmail author
  • Gary Duclos
  • Marc Leone
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Part of the Lessons from the ICU book series (LEICU)

Abstract

Optimal resuscitation of septic shock needs to be directed by a hemodynamic monitoring. Fluid responsiveness must be evaluated by dynamic parameters. Monitoring of cardiac output is also recommended. A central venous line, an arterial catheter, and echocardiography are the minimal monitoring required. In case of no response to treatment or concomitant ALI/ARDS, transpulmonary thermodilution should be used in addition to the basic monitoring.

Keywords

Dynamic parameters of fluid responsiveness Arterial catheter Echocardiography Pulmonary artery catheter Transpulmonary thermodilution 

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© European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Aix-Marseille UniversitéMarseilleFrance

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