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Optimization of Hemodynamic Monitoring System of Heart Rate using Cardiac Sensor

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The principles of hemodynamic monitoring have not yet altered in terms of technological development in recent years. The main goal of hemodynamic monitoring system is targeted for critically ill patients’ remains to be an accurate assessment of the systemic circulation and its response to tissue oxygen requirements. The problem due to heart failure caused by a different disease that harms the activity of the heart and hemodynamic circulatory system. It comprises cardiomyopathy, heart disease, a high blood pressure, heart inflammation, and increased heart rate. In present research an attempt was made for hemodynamic monitoring of heart rate by using fabricated cardiac sensor which provide to detect abnormal physiology and take action before the problem starts, such as the cases of organ failure and death arise. The most popular invasive hemodynamic monitoring system is arterial pulse-wave analysis, pulmonary artery catheters, but also central venous catheters. It finds that monitoring of the patient's cardiac output, Pulmonary Artery Pressure (PAP), volume status, and tissue oxygen absorption may be necessary in certain critical cases. It concludes that as medical knowledge of a patient's critical disease is improved, their capacity to monitor and treat efficiently will increase with help of hemodynamic monitoring. In future, On the basis of large data, the advent of artificial intelligence and machine learning may enable predictive analyses of hemodynamic issues before they really arise.


Bhuava J, Vishvanayak, Anshu SS Kotia Optimization of Hemodynamic Monitoring System of Heart Rate using Cardiac Sensor . Cardiometry; No.26 February 2023; p.-; DOI: .; Available from:


Cardiac Sensor,  Cardiomyopathy,  Hemodynamic Monitoring,  Heart Rate,  Pulmonary Artery Pressure
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