Cardiac Output can be noninvasively determined by employing electrical bioimpedance measurement techniques. Electrical bioimpedance is simply the characteristic impedance of a volume of tissue and fluid. In the case of Cardiac Output measures, the relevant tissue includes the heart and the immediate surrounding volume of the thorax. The relevant fluid is blood.
ICG Setup Notes
This app note references LEAD130 four-clip cardiac output lead and EL506 strip electrodes, which have been discontinued.
The recommended replacement is EL500 spot electrodes x8 + LEAD1100C x8 + CBL204 Y-adapter x4 + MEC110C extension.
Note: To record NICO using an MP36R, MP36, MP35, or MP45, see SS31LA.
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