Invasive Monitoring | Hemodynamics (Part 5)

  • Published on Oct 10, 2017
  • This is the fifth lesson in a 6 part series of lessons on hemodynamic principals as they related to nursing knowledge, monitoring, and management. We strive for hemodynamics made easy!
    In this lesson we cover the most common ways in which we can use technology and equipment invasively to monitor our patients hemodynamic status. We cover the various readings that we will get and tie them in to the hemodynamic principals that they are monitoring as well as we talk about some of the normal values and expectations of waveforms.
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Comments • 7

  • Ellie Tarence
    Ellie Tarence 20 days ago

    This video is amazing. Thank you for making this it helped me SO much!!!!!!!!

  • Lindsey Klynstra
    Lindsey Klynstra Year ago +2

    CVP should ONLY be taken off the distal (brown) port of a central line!!!! Closet to the R atria.

  • Kat Chiaow
    Kat Chiaow Year ago

    You made me finally understand this concept after reading the AACN book and trying to figure it out myself. Thank you!! Great job.

    • ICU Advantage
      ICU Advantage  Year ago +1

      That's awesome! So glad you were able to get it to click! Its a fun topic once you get your head wrapped around it.

  • yankeesuperstar
    yankeesuperstar Year ago

    I just stumbled across this-this is wonderful. Thanks so much