5] Newer, dynamic indices such as SVV and pulse pressure variation can accurately predict fluid responsiveness and improve outcomes,[sup.
What does PPV stand for?
PPV stands for Pulse Pressure Variation
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- Power Price Vector
- Pre Production Verification
- Price Point Variance (financial management)
- Private Passenger Vehicle
- Product Platform Validation (software/hardware)
- Product Price Variance (economics)
- Product/Process Validation Vehicle (General Motors automotive)
- Professionele Project Verhuizers (Dutch brand for professional usiness movers)
- Public Passenger Vehicle (legal classification; various locations)
- Public-Private Venture
- Purchase Price Variance
- Park Police Volunteer Association (Maryland; National Capitol Park Police)
- Persistent Pure Verbal Amnesia (neurology)
- Purchased Power Variance Account (Canada)
- Parker Price Venture Capital
- Pikes Peak Volleyball Club (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Presidential Payment Verification Committee (Nigeria)
- People for People Volunteer Corps of Liberia (humanitarian group)
- Percutaneous Portal Vein Embolization (surgical procedure)
- Program for Professional Values and Ethics in Medical Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition BMEYE launched two new parameters, Pulse Pressure Variation (PPV) and Stroke Volume Variation (SVV), which are essential for monitoring of the fluid responsiveness status of the patient.
Summary: Enhanced CNAP monitor monitors peri-operative fluid levels using non-invasive pulse pressure variation Following the successful launch of the CNAP Monitor 500i earlier this year, APC Cardiovascular has now launched an enhanced version of the device; which allows anesthetists to measure peri-operative fluid volume using non-invasive pulse pressure variation.
Pulse pressure variation was also significantly higher in the HI group than in the non-HI group; however CI, CVP, and PCWP were not different.
The most validated predictor of fluid responsiveness is pulse pressure variation (EAAoPP).
93 area under the curve, AUC) at predicting fluid responsiveness when compared to pulse pressure variation from an invasive arterial catheter (0.