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Role of Echocardiography in Critical Care Unit​

Echocardiography is a fundamental tool for the management of patients in the intensive care unit, because it enables a thorough evaluation of cardiac anatomy, function, and hemodynamics and provides essential information for the diagnosis and treatment of the pathological conditions most frequently encountered in ICU patients, This noninvasive heart imaging device enables a thorough assessment of cardiac architecture, function, and hemodynamics and is a crucial management tool for patients admitted to intensive care units. This crucial information can be used by physicians to make proper diagnosis or direct treatment when considered in the context of a patient's presenting symptoms.

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European Diploma in Critical care ,UK HOD , Dept of critical care, KIIMS Hospital

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  • 15-September-2022 , Time: 5:30PM to 6:30PM
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Echocardiography is a fundamental tool for the management of patients in the intensive care unit, because it enables a thorough evaluation of cardiac anatomy, function, and hemodynamics and provides essential information for the diagnosis and treatment of the pathological conditions most frequently encountered in ICU patients, This noninvasive heart imaging device enables a thorough assessment of cardiac architecture, function, and hemodynamics and is a crucial management tool for patients admitted to intensive care units. This crucial information can be used by physicians to make proper diagnosis or direct treatment when considered in the context of a patient's presenting symptoms.

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Dr. Rushyendra
  • 15-September-2022 , Time: 5:30PM to 6:30PM
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Echocardiography is a fundamental tool for the management of patients in the intensive care unit, because it enables a thorough evaluation of cardiac anatomy, function, and hemodynamics and provides essential information for the diagnosis and treatment of the pathological conditions most frequently encountered in ICU patients, This noninvasive heart imaging device enables a thorough assessment of cardiac architecture, function, and hemodynamics and is a crucial management tool for patients admitted to intensive care units. This crucial information can be used by physicians to make proper diagnosis or direct treatment when considered in the context of a patient's presenting symptoms.