Right Heart Catheterization With Adenosine Infusion To Evaluate Vascular Responsiveness In Pulmonary Hypertension
Patient: MRN:
Date of study: Hgb
Gender FIO2 in %
Age Arterial pH
Height in Meters PaO2
Weight in Kg O2 Sat
BSA in m2 PaCO2
  Baseline Adenosine Infusion at 50 mcg/kg/min Adenosine Infusion at 100 mcg/kg/min Adenosine Infusion at 200 mcg/kg/min Adenosine Infusion at 300 mcg/kg/min
Heart Rate*
RA Mean*
PA mean*
PAW mean*
Femoral Artery*
FA mean*
Oxygen Content
IVC Sat %*
IVC O2 Content
SVC Sat %*
SVC O2 Content
RV Sat %*
RV O2 Content
PA Sat %*
PA O2 Content
FA Sat %*
FA O2 Content
Shunt Flow
Qp/Qs --- --- --- ---
O2 Sat Step Up? --- --- --- ---
Cardiac Output (Estimated Fick)
Est. Fick C.O.
Est. Fick C.I.
Cardiac Output (Thermodilution)
Thermo C.O.*
Thermo C.I.
Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
PVR Fick
PVR Thermo
PVR vs Baseline ---
PVR (Wood)
Transpulmonary Δ
Abbreviations and symbols: * = Mandatory entry. (ALL constants are also mandatory entries.)        IVC = inferior vena cava; SVC = superior vena cava; RA = right atrium; RV = right ventricle; PA = pulmonary artery; PCW = pulmonary capillary wedge; FA = femoral artery; Est. = estimated; Thermo = thermodilution; PVR = pulmonary vascular resistance in dyne-sec/cm^5. "PVR vs Baseline" and "PVR (Wood)" are based on the thermodilution cardiac output. In this form, yellow rectangles are locked and cannot be altered. White rectangles are data entry cells and can be altered. Δ = Pressure gradient.
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