Monitoring: An Introduction
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The purpose of this course is to provide the learner with basics of hemodynamic
monitoring including physiology, terminology, parts of the PA catheter, and
simple case example. Please see Objectives for a specific
list of the course goals.
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target audience for this course is health care professionals interested in learning
more about the basics of hemodynamic monitoring.