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Effect of Diastolic Dysfunction on Dynamic Cardiac Monitors

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Effect of Diastolic Dysfunction on Dynamic Cardiac Monitors

This investigator initiated, prospective, observational, single-center study is designed to assess whether dynamic monitors of cardiac function such as stroke volume variation (SVV) that have been shown to predict volume responsiveness differ in clinical utility between patients with and without diastolic dysfunction.

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Procedure - Trans thoracic Ultrasound Examination

Ultrasound examination of cardiac function before and after induction of general anesthesia.

Intravenous fluid administration

Intravenous fluids will be administered as a bolus in response to standard clinical indications

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Evaluation of Dynamic Monitors for the Prediction of Volume Responsiveness in Patients With and Without Diastolic Dysfunction

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NCT04177225

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