alexa Changes In The Hemodynamic Profile When Establishing Mechanical Ventilation In Patients With Ischemic Heart Disease And Coronary Disease: Measurement With Thoracic Bioreactance
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2nd International Summit on Clinical Pharmacy
December 02-03, 2014 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Francisco Airport, USA

Ivon Johanna Rodr?guez, Juan Carlos Echeverry, Mauricio Abello and Luis Eduardo Cruz
Posters: Clinic Pharmacol Biopharm
DOI: 10.4172/2167-065X.S1.007
Breathing affects cardiac output on a cycle-by-cycle basis, through changes in pressure and intrathoracic volume of key components in cardiovascular function, hence, heart?lung interactions affect cardiovascular functioning and the heart's ability to adapt. The heart?lung interaction is an area of applied physiology broadly studied but in Colombia, this is the first trial ever done with a thoracic bioreactance monitor. The hemodynamic profiles of 38 patients scheduled for myocardial revascularization were measured at the Fundaci?n Cl?nica Abood Shaio using thoracic bioreactance monitor, which provided ventricular volume and cardiac output measurements. The ventilator volumes and pressures with which corrections were made to interpret the effects of mechanical ventilation were recorded.
Ivon Johanna Rodr?guez is a physiotherapist, specialist in critical care. She received her Master degree in Physiology from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Currently she works as coordinating professor in physiology at the Universidad del Bosque and teach a pediatric clinical course in the physiotherapy program of the Universidad Del Rosario at the Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia (Colombia). Her work research is focused in the heart-pulmon interaction.
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