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Independent form anesthetic methods, during C/S, considering both maternal and fetal conditions, some crucial hemodynamic changes can appear and can be claimed non invasively with the whole body bioimpedance. In this research, any kind of hemodynamic difference between this method and urgent or elective C/S case will be detected and the clinic pursuit can be developed creating an advantage in favor of both maternal and fetal conditions.
Independent form anesthetic methods, during C/S, considering both maternal and fetal conditions, some crucial hemodynamic changes can appear and can be claimed non invasively with the whole body bioimpedance. In this research, any kind of hemodynamic difference between this method and urgent or elective C/S case will be detected and the clinic pursuit can be developed creating an advantage in favor of both maternal and fetal conditions. Under general anesthesia, measuring the hemodynamic changes with the method of non-invasive whole-body bioimpedance system during C/S.
Detection of in which phase of operations the potential changes densify and differences between urgent and elective conditions non invasively.
Cesarean Section Complications
non invasive whole body bioimpedence system
Not yet recruiting
Gaziosmanpasa Taksim Research and Education Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-01-20T11:36:58-0500
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