Electrical cardiometry and near-infrared spectroscopy during transfusion: A prospective observational study
Barbara Weaver, MSN-Ed, BSN - School of Nursing, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, USA
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This presentation reviews a single center prospective observational study investigating cardiovascular hemodynamics and perfusion in anemic and non-anemic premature infants during the transfusion. Topics include the use of electrical cardiometry and near infra-red spectroscopy, and statistically significant changes seen before and after transfusion unseen by current bedside neonatal monitoring.
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