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Hemodynamics Management

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This group is a vibrant, interdisciplinary forum designed to foster dynamic exchanges about the study and application of hemodynamics in critical care settings. Our membership comprises critical care physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and in-training physicians from around the globe, each bringing a unique perspective on patient-centered care.

The group facilitates dialogues on various topics ranging from basic hemodynamic principles and monitoring techniques, to the latest research in fluid responsiveness, shock states, and advanced hemodynamic support. Our members discuss challenging cases, share insights about innovative treatment modalities, and review recent advancements in related medical devices and technology.

We promote a collaborative learning environment, where seasoned practitioners share their knowledge and experience with those new to the field, fostering professional growth and ensuring the highest quality care for critically ill patients. We believe that through this platform, we can collectively advance the management of hemodynamics in the intensive care unit.

Group Rules

Respect one another

Everyone has a different point of view so feel free to respectfully disagree. Please be kind and courteous at all times.

Copyright infringement and trademark

When sharing others people’s posts, images and other content, do not infringe on their copyright or claim other people’s materials as your own.

No sales or spam

No selling to or spamming other members is allowed in this group. Anyone who does so will be subject to immediate removal.


Respect the privacy of all group members. Do not share personal information (including health details) of any member outside the group without their explicit consent.

Evidence-Based Information

When sharing information about sepsis and septic shock, please ensure that it's evidence-based and backed by reliable scientific research. Cite your sources wherever possible.

Constructive Discussion

Ensure that all contributions are thoughtful, relevant, and promote healthy discussion. It's perfectly okay to disagree, but please express your opinions respectfully.


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