Technical aspects of hemodynamic pressure monitoring

J B Daddario, G M Heaton
NAACOG's Clinical Issues in Perinatal and Women's Health Nursing 1992, 3 (3): 385-91
Invasive hemodynamic pressure monitoring may be used in the care of the critically ill pregnant woman. The critical care obstetric nurse must have a thorough understanding of the indications for monitoring and interpretation of acquired data and must develop the skills necessary to operate and trouble-shoot the related equipment. This article provides a review of technical aspects of a hemodynamic pressure monitoring system.


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