Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients

A consensus of 12

J.-L. Vincent (Corresponding Author), P. Pelosi, R. Pearse, D. Payen, A. Perel, A. Hoeft, S. Romagnoli, V.M. Ranieri, C. Ichai, P. Forget, G.D. Rocca, A. Rhodes

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Abstract

A significant number of surgical patients are at risk of intra- or post-operative complications or both, which are associated with increased lengths of stay, costs, and mortality. Reducing these risks is important for the individual patient but also for health-care planners and managers. Insufficient tissue perfusion and cellular oxygenation due to hypovolemia, heart dysfunction or both is one of the leading causes of perioperative complications. Adequate perioperative management guided by effective and timely hemodynamic monitoring can help reduce the risk of complications and thus potentially improve outcomes. In this review, we describe the various available hemodynamic monitoring systems and how they can best be used to guide cardiovascular and fluid management in the perioperative period in high-risk surgical patients.

Original languageEnglish
Article number224
JournalCritical Care
Volume19
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2015

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Hemodynamics
Perioperative Period
Hypovolemia
Length of Stay
Perfusion
Delivery of Health Care
Costs and Cost Analysis
Mortality

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Vincent, J-L., Pelosi, P., Pearse, R., Payen, D., Perel, A., Hoeft, A., ... Rhodes, A. (2015). Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients: A consensus of 12. Critical Care, 19, [224]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-015-0932-7

Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients : A consensus of 12. / Vincent, J.-L. (Corresponding Author); Pelosi, P.; Pearse, R.; Payen, D.; Perel, A.; Hoeft, A.; Romagnoli, S.; Ranieri, V.M.; Ichai, C.; Forget, P.; Rocca, G.D.; Rhodes, A.

In: Critical Care, Vol. 19, 224, 08.05.2015.

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Vincent, J-L, Pelosi, P, Pearse, R, Payen, D, Perel, A, Hoeft, A, Romagnoli, S, Ranieri, VM, Ichai, C, Forget, P, Rocca, GD & Rhodes, A 2015, 'Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients: A consensus of 12', Critical Care, vol. 19, 224. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-015-0932-7
Vincent J-L, Pelosi P, Pearse R, Payen D, Perel A, Hoeft A et al. Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients: A consensus of 12. Critical Care. 2015 May 8;19. 224. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-015-0932-7
Vincent, J.-L. ; Pelosi, P. ; Pearse, R. ; Payen, D. ; Perel, A. ; Hoeft, A. ; Romagnoli, S. ; Ranieri, V.M. ; Ichai, C. ; Forget, P. ; Rocca, G.D. ; Rhodes, A. / Perioperative cardiovascular monitoring of high-risk patients : A consensus of 12. In: Critical Care. 2015 ; Vol. 19.
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