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Figure 5

From: Non-invasive assessment of fluid responsiveness by changes in partial end-tidal CO2 pressure during a passive leg-raising maneuver

Figure 5

Comparison of receiver operating characteristics curves regarding the ability of studied fluid responsiveness parameters to discriminate responder patients (cardiac output increase ≥ 15%) and nonresponder patients after volume expansion. ΔCOPLR, cardiac output changes induced by passive leg raising (PLR); ΔPETCO2-PLR, PETCO2 changes induced by PLR; ΔPP-PLR, arterial pulse pressure changes induced by PLR; FTc: corrected flow time at pre-infusion time.

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