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Intravenous Analysis in Emergency Departments

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Observational Study to Evaluate Peripheral IntraVenous Analysis (PIVA) in Euvolemic, Hypovolemic, and Hypervolemic Emergency Department Patients

The overall goal of this multicenter project is to characterize the expected normal range of Peripheral IntraVenous Volume Analysis (PIVA) values during a euvolemic state, and how those ranges may be altered by comorbidities; the relationship between PIVA and intravenous volume administration during resuscitation of infected patients with presumed hypovolemia; and, the relationship between PIVA and volume decreases during diuresis in acute heart failure patients with hypervolemia.

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Procedure - Peripheral Intravenous Analysis (PIVA)

Non-invasive measurement of peripheral intravenous waveform analysis (PIVA) obtained by connecting an Edwards standard transducer to a universal adaptor or stopcock on a peripheral IV

Procedure - Non-invasive fluid response measure

To measure the stroke volume and changes in stroke volume in response to a passive leg raise (PLR) maneuver and fluid administration.

Diagnostic Test - Passive leg raise (PLR)

Test to predict cardiac output and fluid responsiveness

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Observational Study to Evaluate Peripheral IntraVenous Analysis (PIVA) in Euvolemic, Hypovolemic, and Hypervolemic Emergency Department Patients

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NCT03736421

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