hTEE-Guided Resuscitation of a Patient in Septic Shock
Ryan A. Lawless MD
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX, USA
Post Operative LVAD Complications
High Risk Cardiac Patient Timeline
hTEE-Guided Resuscitation of a Patient in Septic Shock
Ryan A. Lawless MD and Joseph D. Love DO FACS
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX, USA
Differential diagnosis of shock and multi-stage resuscitation of a severely burned patient guided by hTEE™
Donald Reiff MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham
CARDIAC: Hemodynamic TEE Management Estimates Fluid Responsiveness in a Post Cardiac Surgery Patient
Chad E. Wagner MD, Will Costello MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
CARDIAC: hTEE-guided Management of a Hemodynamically Unstable LVAD Patient
Margarita T. Camacho MD, and Claudia G. Gidea, MD
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Barnabas Health, Newark, NJ, USA.
SEPSIS: hTEE-guided Management of a Patient with a Cardiac History and Presumed Sepsis: Pressor Weaning and Aggressive Fluid Resuscitation
Larisa Zhurav, MD
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St.Louis, Mo.
SEPSIS: Hemodynamic Management of a Sepsis Patient using a Miniaturized TEE Probe (hTEE)
James Mykytenko, MD and Chad Wagner, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
TRAUMA: hTEE-guided Resuscitation of a MVA patient
Dudley Benjamin Christie III MD
The Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA
TRAUMA Case Report Miniseries: ImaCor hTEE™ in Trauma Patients
Donald Reiff, MD, S. Chris Bellot, MD; Benjamin Kohl, MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham; Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania