Pengawasan Curah Jantung

*Mochamat Helmi -  Department Intensive Care Adults, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands
Published: 1 Jul 2013.
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Abstract
Sebagai faktor penentu dari hantaran oksigen ke jariangan dan juga tekanan darah,curah jantung menjadi komponen penilaian hemodinamik yang penting.Penggunaan
teknik thermodilusi yang menjadi standar baku, telah banyak diketahui mempunyai
resiko karena teknik invasifnya. Sehingga teknik pengawasan CO yang kurang invasif,
aman,akurat dan mudah digunakan, terus mengalami perkembangan. Tinjauan
pustaka ini akan mamaparkan mengenai beberapa macam metode pengawasan CO.
Keywords
cardiac output; hemodinamik; pengawasan hemodinamik; kurang invasif

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