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Cardiovascular Monitoring & Support in Critical Care

Cardiovascular monitoring in critical care involves continuous assessment of vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, and cardiac rhythm. Non-invasive techniques such as electrocardiography (ECG) and blood pressure monitoring provide real-time data on cardiac function. Invasive monitoring methods, like arterial catheterization and central venous catheterization, offer more detailed information on hemodynamics and fluid status. Advanced monitoring modalities, such as echocardiography and pulmonary artery catheterization, aid in assessing cardiac function and guiding therapeutic interventions. Supportive measures such as fluid resuscitation, vasopressor therapy, and inotropic support help optimize cardiac output and tissue perfusion. Mechanical ventilation strategies, including positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP), can improve oxygenation and reduce cardiac workload in critically ill patients.

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Dr. Atchyuth R Gongada

HoD and Sr Consultant Dept of Critical Care and Anaesthesiology Apollo Hospitals, Health city, Visakhapatnam

Dr Atchyuth R Gongada MD FRCA is HoD and Sr Consultant in Dept of Critical Care and Anaesthesiology at Apollo Hospitals, Healtcity, Visakhapatnam.He has done M.B.B.S. from Andhra Medical College and his M.D. (Anesthesia) from Rangaraya Medical College and Obtained fellowship from the Royal College of Anesthesia, U.K. (F.R.C.A.) in 2008. Dr Atchyuth has worked with great people in the field of Anesthesia and intensive care like Dr. Anna Batchelor, Prof. David K.Menon (Founder of Neuro Critical Care Unit, Cambridge). Prof. Arum K.Gupta (Professor of Anaesthesia, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge). Dr. Ian. F.Russell. His specialities are Anesthesiology and Critical Care.

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Cardiovascular monitoring in critical care involves continuous assessment of vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, and cardiac rhythm. Non-invasive techniques such as electrocardiography (ECG) and blood pressure monitoring provide real-time data on cardiac function. Invasive monitoring methods, like arterial catheterization and central venous catheterization, offer more detailed information on hemodynamics and fluid status. Advanced monitoring modalities, such as echocardiography and pulmonary artery catheterization, aid in assessing cardiac function and guiding therapeutic interventions. Supportive measures such as fluid resuscitation, vasopressor therapy, and inotropic support help optimize cardiac output and tissue perfusion. Mechanical ventilation strategies, including positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP), can improve oxygenation and reduce cardiac workload in critically ill patients.