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Essentials of Multimodal Brain Monitoring 

Essentials of Multimodal Brain Monitoring
Essentials of Multimodal Brain Monitoring

Jennifer E. Fugate

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date: 29 September 2020

Intensive care unit (ICU) clinicians spend a substantial amount of time monitoring patients and their organ systems. Staples of systemic monitoring include continuous electrocardiography, pulse oximetry, serum laboratory values of liver and kidney function, urinary output, and ventilator parameters. Monitoring methods for the brain have lagged somewhat in technologic advances. Neuroimaging is essential to supplementing the clinical examination, and the technology has become increasingly sophisticated.

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