The market for patient monitoring devices and equipment includes multi-parameter vital sign monitors, wireless ambulatory telemetry monitors, cardiac output monitors and consumables, electromyogram devices and consumables, electroencephalogram monitors, fetal and neonatal monitors, pulse oximetry monitors and consumables and telehealth solutions.
What does Q stand for?
Q stands for Cardiac Output
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Samples in periodicals archive:
p4263: supply of equipment for cardiac output measurement with any disposables.
Cardiac output (CO) is often used as a surrogate parameter for haemodynamic assessment, assessment of cardiac function and guiding treatment.
They collected symptom data and measured cardiac output using impedance cardiography in 38 people with CFS and 27 matched, sedentary controls.
Because the direct measurement of cardiac output requires an invasive procedure and therefore is expensive and carries added risk, noninvasive estimates of cardiac output are more frequently used.
The study investigated the accuracy of the LiDCO arterial waveform power approach (PulseCOtm software) to continuously measure cardiac output in children undergoing cardiac catherization.
However, cardiac output may not be appreciably affected.
The researchers then monitored their blood pressure, heart rate and cardiac output while they did stressful tasks.