Education

Introduction to Fluid Management

Discover more about fluid management

The continuous monitoring of stroke volume, stroke volume change and stroke volume variation (SVV%) provides powerful insights into both the fluid status of the patient and the actual hemodynamic response to fluid administration in terms of blood pressure and/ or cardiac output changes.


Passive Leg Raise
The method of PLR is critical, if not performed correctly it can affect hemodynamic effects and reliability… Read more

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PulseCO – Pressure Waveform Analysis
The PulseCO algorithm method is based on the principles of conservation of mass and power. Stroke volume is calculated from an analysis of the stroke volume induced pulsatile change in the pressure waveform… Read more

 

What is Sepsis?

Sepsis is likened to the body’s inflammation process working ‘in overdrive’, with all parts of the body exacerbated rather than just the affected area… Read more


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Introduction to our training programmes

LiDCO training courses have been specifically designed to give our delegates the practical skills and interpretive knowledge underpinned by up-to-date theory and research to successfully utilise our monitor in the care setting.

Nurses will have the practical skills, confidence and knowledge to use the equipment along with the tools necessary to facilitate their colleagues’ development.

Upon successful completion, delegates will receive an RCN certificate and knowledge pack to take back to their units where they can be a great resource for the rest of the team.


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Royal College of Nursing - Cardiac Output Monitoring
St Georges Hospital - Haemodynamic Workshop