Published in Heart Disease Weekly, October 22nd, 2006
In a recently published article, scientists in Israel conducted a study "to evaluate the ability of ITI monitors to predict cardiogenic pulmonary edema in patients at risk. This was a prospective, controlled multicenter study. We examined 328 consecutive patients admitted for cardiac conditions. Of these 265 patients aged 27-83 years with no clinical signs of pulmonary edema, extracardiac respiratory failure or pacemakers comprised the study cohort."
M. Shochat and colleagues, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, wrote, "Monitoring of the lung's electrical impedance...
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