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Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing

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25.06.2020 | Original Research

On some factors determining the pressure drop across tracheal tubes during high-frequency percussive ventilation: a flow-independent model

To provide an in vitro estimation of the pressure drop across tracheal tubes (ΔPTT) in the face of given pulsatile frequencies and peak pressures (Pwork) delivered by a high-frequency percussive ventilator (HFPV) applied to a lung model. Tracheal …

23.06.2020 | COVID-19 | Editorial Zur Zeit gratis

COVID-19: Pulse oximeters in the spotlight

From home to intensive care units, innovations in pulse oximetry are susceptible to improve the monitoring and management of patients developing acute respiratory failure, and particularly those with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). They …

20.06.2020 | Original Research Open Access

Comparing the effect of positioning on cerebral autoregulation during radical prostatectomy: a prospective observational study

Radical prostatectomy is one curative treatment option for localized prostate cancer in patients with a life expectancy greater than 10 years [ 1 ]. With the increasing adoption of minimally invasive techniques, robot-assisted radical prostatectomy …

17.06.2020 | Original Research Open Access

Heart-rate tuned comb filters for processing photoplethysmogram (PPG) signals in pulse oximetry

Calculation of peripheral capillary oxygen saturation $${\text{(SpO}}_{{\text{2}}} {\text{)}}$$(SpO2) levels in humans is often made with a pulse oximeter, using photoplethysmography (PPG) waveforms. However, measurements of PPG waveforms are …

15.06.2020 | COVID-19 | Editorial Zur Zeit gratis

The case for a 3rd generation supraglottic airway device facilitating direct vision placement

Although 1st and 2nd generation supraglottic airway devices (SADs) have many desirable features, they are nevertheless inserted in a similar ‘blind’ way as their 1st generation predecessors. Clinicians mostly still rely entirely on subjective …

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The Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing is dedicated to the exchange of knowledge and clinical information through the rapid, accurate publication of empirical clinical studies, case reports, didactic tutorial reviews of monitoring techniques and novel methods, reports of societal meetings, and issues relating to clinical aspects of monitoring, as well as evaluations of monitoring equipment, instrumentation and technology, progress in biotechnology , computer and E-learning technologies applied to anesthesia and critical care medicine.

It is intended for clinicians and researchers in all fields of clinical and surgical monitoring, including anesthesiology, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, neurointensive monitoring, neurology, clinical neurophysiology, cardiology, audiology, critical care, physical therapy, obstetrics and perinatology, surgery, clinical and biomedical engineering, computer applications and E-learning.

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