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    1. Hillman, K; Parr, M; Flabouris, A; Bishop, G; Stewart, A
      Redefining in-hospital resuscitation: the concept of the medical emergencyteam

      RESUSCITATION
    2. Theodoropoulos, G; Lloyd, LR; Cousins, G; Pieper, D
      Intraoperative and early postoperative gastric intramucosal pH predicts morbidity and mortality after major abdominal surgery

      AMERICAN SURGEON
    3. Venkatesh, B; Meacher, R; Muller, MJ; Morgan, TJ; Fraser, J
      Monitoring tissue oxygenation during resuscitation of major burns

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    4. Melton, A
      Continuous fiberoptic PCO2 monitoring indicates poorer gastric perfusion during supraceliac aortic clamping than conventional gastric tonometry in humans: A pilot study

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOTHORACIC AND VASCULAR ANESTHESIA
    5. Venkatesh, B; Morgan, TJ; Lipman, J
      Subcutaneous oxygen tensions provide similar information to ileal luminal CO2 tensions in an animal model of haemorrhage shock

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    6. Trager, K; Radermacher, P; Rieger, KM; Grover, R; Vlatten, A; Iber, T; Adler, J; Georgieff, M; Santak, B
      Norepinephrine and N-G-monomethyl-L-arginine in hyperdynamic septic shock in pigs: Effects on intestinal oxygen exchange and energy balance

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    7. Noone, RB; Bolden, JE; Mythen, MG; Vaslef, SN
      Comparison of the response of saline tonometry and an automated gas tonometry device to a change in CO2

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    8. Boldt, J
      Volume replacement in the surgical patient - does the type of solution make a difference?

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    9. Jakob, SM; Ruokonen, E; Takala, J
      Assessment of the adequacy of systemic and regional perfusion after cardiac surgery

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    10. Bennett-Guerrero, E; Panah, MH; Bodian, CA; Methikalam, BJ; Alfarone, JR; DePerio, M; Mythen, MG
      Automated detection of gastric luminal partial pressure of carbon dioxide during cardiovascular surgery using the Tonocap

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    11. Mallinder, PA; Hall, JE; Bergin, FG; Royle, P; Leaper, DJ
      A comparison of opiate- and epidural-induced alterations in splanchnic blood flow using intra-operative gastric tonometry

      ANAESTHESIA
    12. Taylor, DE; Gutierrez, G
      Gastrointestinal tonometry: Basic principles and recent advances in monitoring regional CO2 metabolism

      SEMINARS IN RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    13. Jakob, SM; Ruokonen, E; Uusaro, A; Parviainen, I; Takala, J
      Regional perfusion and gastrointestinal function after cardiac surgery

      NEW HORIZONS-THE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF ACUTE MEDICINE
    14. Boldt, J
      Volume therapy in cardiac surgery: Does the kind of fluid matter?

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOTHORACIC AND VASCULAR ANESTHESIA
    15. Wilson, J; Woods, I; Fawcett, J; Whall, R; Dibb, W; Morris, C; McManus, E
      Reducing the risk of major elective surgery: randomised controlled trial of preoperative optimisation of oxygen delivery

      BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    16. Brinkmann, A; Seeling, W; Rockemann, M; Junge, JH; Radermacher, P; Wiedeck, H; Buchler, MW; Georgieff, M
      Changes in gastric intramucosal pH following mesenteric traction in patients undergoing pancreas surgery

      DIGESTIVE SURGERY
    17. Poeze, M; Ramsay, G; Greve, JWM; Singer, M
      Prediction of postoperative cardiac surgical morbidity and organ failure within 4 hours of intensive care unit admission using esophageal Doppler ultrasonography

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    18. Suttner, SW; Boldt, J; Schmidt, CC; Piper, SN; Schuster, P; Kumle, B
      The effects of sodium nitroprusside-induced hypotension on splanchnic perfusion and hepatocellular integrity

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    19. Lebuffe, G; Decoene, C; Pol, A; Prat, A; Vallet, B
      Regional capnometry with air-automated tonometry detects circulatory failure earlier than conventional hemodynamics after cardiac surgery

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    20. Bennett-Guerrero, E; Welsby, I; Dunn, TJ; Young, LR; Wahl, TA; Diers, TL; Phillips-Bute, BG; Newman, MF; Mythen, MG
      The use of a postoperative morbidity survey to evaluate patients with prolonged hospitalization after routine, moderate-risk, elective surgery

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    21. Gan, TJ; Bennett-Guerrero, E; Phillips-Bute, B; Wakeling, H; Moskowitz, DM; Olufolabi, Y; Konstadt, SN; Bradford, C; Glass, PSA; Machin, SJ; Mythen, MG
      Hextend (R), a physiologically balanced plasma expander for large volume use in major surgery: A randomized phase III clinical trial

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    22. Krenn, CG; Pernerstorfer, T; Pokorny, H; Metnitz, PGH; Steltzer, H
      Splanchnic circulation is maintained during passive hyperventilation in orthotopic liver recipients

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    23. Madan, AK; UyBarreta, VV; Aliabadi-Wahle, S; Jesperson, R; Hartz, RS; Flint, LM; Steinberg, SM
      Esophageal Doppler ultrasound monitor versus pulmonary artery catheter in the hemodynamic management of critically ill surgical patients

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    24. PARGGER H; HAMPL KF; CHRISTEN P; STAENDER S; SCHEIDEGGER D
      GASTRIC INTRAMUCOSAL PH-GUIDED THERAPY IN PATIENTS AFTER ELECTIVE REPAIR OF INFRARENAL ABDOMINAL ANEURYSMS - IS IT BENEFICIAL

      Intensive care medicine
    25. BRINKMANN A; CALZIA E; TRAGER K; RADERMACHER P
      MONITORING THE HEPATO-SPLANCHNIC REGION IN THE CRITICALLY ILL PATIENT- MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE

      Intensive care medicine
    26. BREEN D; BIHARI D
      ACUTE-RENAL-FAILURE AS A PART OF MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE - THE SLIPPERY SLOPE OF CRITICAL ILLNESS

      Kidney international
    27. STEVERINK PJGM; KOLKMAN JJ; GROENEVELD ABJ; DEVRIES JW
      CATHETER DEADSPACE - A SOURCE OF ERROR DURING TONOMETRY

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    28. GAN TJ; ARROWSMITH JE
      THE ESOPHAGEAL DOPPLER MONITOR - A SAFE MEANS OF MONITORING THE CIRCULATION

      BMJ. British medical journal
    29. KOLKMAN JJ; ZWAAREKANT LJ; BOSHUIZEN K; GROENEVELD ABJ; MEUWISSEN SGM
      IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF INTRAGASTRIC PCO2 MEASUREMENT BY AIR TONOMETRY

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    30. HAMILTONDAVIES C; MYTHEN MG; SALMON JB; JACOBSON D; SHUKLA A; WEBB AR
      COMPARISON OF COMMONLY USED CLINICAL INDICATORS OF HYPOVOLEMIA WITH GASTROINTESTINAL TONOMETRY

      Intensive care medicine
    31. CALVO C; RUZA F; LOPEZHERCE J; DORAO P; ARRIBAS N; ALVARADO F
      USEFULNESS OF GASTRIC INTRAMUCOSAL PH FOR MONITORING HEMODYNAMIC COMPLICATIONS IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN

      Intensive care medicine
    32. PARGGER H; HAMPL KF; CHRISTEN P; STAENDER S; SCHEIDEGGER D
      PERIOPERATIVE GASTROINTESTINAL ACIDOTIC EPISODES DURING REPAIR OF ABDOMINAL AORTIC-ANEURYSMS

      Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
    33. LAYLAND M; MYTHEN MG; WANG KY; ALBALADEJO P; LEONE BJ
      MEASUREMENT OF GASTROINTESTINAL INTRAMUCOSAL PH IS A POOR GUIDE TO TOLERABLE LEVELS OF ANEMIA DURING ISOVOLEMIC HEMODILUTION IN A CANINE MODEL OF CORONARY STENOSIS

      Archives of surgery
    34. LECLERC J; VALLET B; DESWARTE C; CHARRE S; FLEYFEL M; PETILLOT P; SCHERPEREEL P
      GASTRIC TONOMETRY DURING MAJOR ABDOMINAL- SURGERY

      Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation
    35. TAYLOR DE; GUTIERREZ G
      TONOMETRY - A REVIEW OF CLINICAL-STUDIES

      Critical care clinics
    36. BROWN SD; GUTIERREZ G
      DOES GASTRIC TONOMETRY WORK - YES

      Critical care clinics
    37. BENJAMIN E; OROPELLO JM
      DOES GASTRIC TONOMETRY WORK - NO

      Critical care clinics
    38. TAKALA J
      DETERMINANTS OF SPLANCHNIC BLOOD-FLOW

      British Journal of Anaesthesia


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