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Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring edited by M Pinsky and D Payen: Rhodes A, Sunderland R (2004) Arterial Pulse Pressure Analysis: The LiDCOplus System. Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 42.

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Teboul, J-L (2003) Dynamic concepts of volume responsiveness. Guest Editorial. International Journal of Intensive Care. Summer 10. No 2 p49-50

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Parry-Jones A.J.D., Pittman J.A.L., Arterial pressure and stroke volume variability as measurements for cardiovascular optimisation. International Journal of Intensive Care. Summer 10. No 2 p67-72

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Costa MG, Cecconi M, Coccia C, Chiarandini P, Della Rocca G (2005) Continuous and intermittent cardiac output measurement, Pulmonary Artery Catheter vs. Lithium Dilution technique: Agreement at different levels of cardiac output. Presented at the Society of Critical Care Medicine, Phoenix Arizona, 15-19th January 2005

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A.F Mackenzie, R Savage, M.P Nicholas, A.M O'Donnell, A Pathmanathan (2004) Easily established cardiac output monitoring without risk. Poster abstract presented at Intensive Care Society Spring Meeting. 5-7th May Torquay.

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Kurita T, Morita K, Kawasaki H, Fujii K, Kazama T, Sato S. (2002) Lithium Dilution Cardiac Output Measurement in Oleic Acid-Induced Pulmonary Edema. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, Vol 16, No 3 (June): pp 334-337.

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Kurita T, Morita K, Kato S, Kikura M, Horie M, Ikeda K. (1997) Comparison of the accuracy of the lithium dilution technique with the thermodilution technique for measurement of cardiac output. British Journal of Anaesthesia; 79: 770-775.>

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Ogura T, Fukuda I, Nakagaki T, Sugahara S, Kazama T (2005) Accuracy of the Continuous Cardiac Output Measurement by PulseCO™ during Valsalva Manoeuvre. (A830) Presented at the 2005 ASA, Atlanta Georgia

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