Learn Haemodynamics
Hemodynamics is the study of the properties and flow of blood

One of the key factors in hemodynamics is Cardiac Output. These guides have been prepared for junior medical and nursing staff to help Learn Hemodynamics.

The information is provided as a series of four guides. The first guide gives an overview of Hemodynamics and the factors that contribute to the hemodynamic system. The second guide is a clinical guide and has case studies that show how hemodynamic parameters are used to manage treatment and improve outcomes. The third guide discusses Inotropy and the fourth guide demystifies the numbers.

Guides for Junior Medical and Nursing Staff

The USCOM and Hemodynamics

The USCOM and Hemodynamics - Download the PDF

USCOM in Clinical Practice

The USCOM in Clinical Practice - Download the PDF

USCOM and Inotropy

The USCOM and Inotropy - Download the PDF

USCOM in Clinical Practice

The USCOM and What the Number Mean - Download the PDF

This information has been prepared by

Brendan E Smith MB, ChB., FFA, RCS.
Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences,
Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia.
Specialist in Anaesthetics and Director of Intensive Care,
Bathurst Base Hospital, Bathurst, Australia.

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