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Peran Ekokardiografi dalam Intensive Care Unit

*Sidhi Laksono Purwowiyoto orcid  -  Faculty of medicine, Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. Hamka, Tangerang, Indonesia
Wincent Candra Diwirya  -  , Indonesia

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Ekokardiografi perawatan kritis (CCE) adalah alat pencitraan non-invasif samping tempat tidur yang dapat memberikan manfaat besar pada pengaturan perawatan intensif karena portabilitas, ketersediaan luas, dan kemampuan diagnostik yang cepat. Dokter yang telah mendapatkan pelatihan dasar ekokardiografi, baik dokter unit perawatan intensif atau unit gawat darurat, dapat menilai fungsi ventrikel kiri dengan akurasi yang baik. Ekokardiografi transtorakal dan transesofageal adalah pemeriksaan penting di unit perawatan intensif (ICU). Alat ini dapat digunakan untuk mendiagnosis patologi jantung akut dan menilai status hemodinamik. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menyoroti peran penting CCE dalam pengambilan keputusan klinis.

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Keywords: diagnosis, ekokardiografi, perawatan kritis, perawatan intensif, monitoring

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