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Molina-Méndez FJ, Lespron-Robles MC, Angulo-Lara OM, Herrera-Elizalde R
Impacto de la ecocardiografía en la práctica anestésica
Rev Mex Anest 2019; 42 (S1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 21
Paginas: 16-22
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FRAGMENTO

El ecocardiograma en anestesiología se ha convertido en una herramienta de importancia en la última década. Nos permite visualizar y evaluar la función cardíaca y estructuras circundantes en tiempo real.
Si bien es claro que su implementación nos aporta información que nos ayuda en la toma de decisiones durante el perioperatorio, la evidencia es limitada en cuanto a su impacto en los resultados postoperatorios.
El uso del ECG se remonta a los años 70 con la aparición del modo M y posterior parición del modo de imagen bidimensional (2D). Sin embargo, no fue hasta la aparición de las sondas multiplano flexibles en los años 80 cuando logró una gran aceptación en la práctica cotidiana.


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