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Central venous pressure measurement

Series Title(s):
Emergency management, the first 30 minutes
Contributor(s):
Dineen, James J., 1938-
Goldfinger, Stephen E., 1935-
Harvard Medical School. Department of Continuing Education.
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Emergency Training Course.
Publication:
[Minneapolis] : Institute for Continuing Physician Education, c1973
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Blood Pressure Determination
Central Venous Pressure
Emergencies
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critcal) This program reviews the causes of low and high CVP readings and the clinical uses of the CVP monitoring. The problems in therapy for abnormal CVP readings; sites and techniques for placing a CVP line and infection as a complication are also discussed. The presentation is well done and meets its objectives. Thus, this program is recommended for practitioners of emergency medicine, internal medicine and anesthesiology.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
025 min.
Color:
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
James J. Dineen, Stephen E. Goldfinger.
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7603512A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
4094380
Series Title(s):
Emergency management, the first 30 minutes
Contributor(s):
Dineen, James J., 1938-
Goldfinger, Stephen E., 1935-
Harvard Medical School. Department of Continuing Education.
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Emergency Training Course.
Publication:
[Minneapolis] : Institute for Continuing Physician Education, c1973
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Blood Pressure Determination
Central Venous Pressure
Emergencies
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critcal) This program reviews the causes of low and high CVP readings and the clinical uses of the CVP monitoring. The problems in therapy for abnormal CVP readings; sites and techniques for placing a CVP line and infection as a complication are also discussed. The presentation is well done and meets its objectives. Thus, this program is recommended for practitioners of emergency medicine, internal medicine and anesthesiology.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
025 min.
Color:
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
James J. Dineen, Stephen E. Goldfinger.
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7603512A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
4094380