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sepsis course

Course title: Hemodynamics & Sepsis in the ICU

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Audience: Beginners and brusher uppers
Lecturer: Cameron Hamer, Clinical Specialist

Lesson titles within the course:
1. Hemodynamics & Sepsis in the ICU learning module
2. Take the test Sepsis in the ICU



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test your knowledge course 1Course title: Hemodynamics: What's all that about then?hemodynamically certified badge

Audience: Beginners and brusher uppers
Lecturer: Jamina Cook, Clinical Specialist

Lesson titles within the course:

1. Hemodynamics: What's that all about?
2. Test your hemodynamic knowledge exam

 

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Changing the Hemodynamic World course picCourse title: Changing the hemodynamic world

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Audience: LiDCO users
Lecturer: Jamina Cook, Clinical Specialist

Lesson titles within the course:
1. Changing the hemodynamic world




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Non invasive courseCourse title: Non invasive hemodynamic monitoring

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Audience: Beginners and brusher uppers
Lecturer: Gary Martinez, Clinical Specialist

Lesson titles within the course:
1. Non invasive hemodynamic learning module
2. Test your non invasive hemodynamic knowledge



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Hemodynamic Monitoring Improves Outcomes in Liver Resection

The liver is the largest organ in the body, located in the upper right portion of the abdomen. It is also one of the most vital organs. Some of the key functions of the liver include: Conversion of

What is continuous non-invasive arterial pressure (CNAP)?

This is a clinical education blog focused on non invasive hemodynamic monitoring.  It explains how continuous noninvasive arterial pressure (CNAP) works and the clinical evidence that supports it.

Not All Arteries Are Created Equal: Traveling Down the Arterial Tree

This is a clinical education blog on why we calibrate non invasive finger cuffs to ensure the most reliable data is generated for the patient.  Listen to the audio by clicking play below... Why