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Table 3 Computed tomography-based estimation of hemodynamic parameters

From: Computed tomography to estimate cardiac preload and extravascular lung water. A retrospective analysis in critically ill patients

CT-based estimation of hemodynamic variables    
  GEDVI (estimated)   
  GEDVI < 680 mL/m2, n (%) GEDVI 680 - 800 mL/m2, n (%) GEDVI > 800 mL/m2, n (%)
R1 0 (0%) 14 (47%) 16 (53%)
R2 0 (0%) 12 (40%) 18 (60%)
  EVLWI (estimated)   
  EVLWI < 7 mL/kg, n (%) EVLWI = 7 - 10 mL/kg, n (%) EVLWI > 10 mL/kg, n (%)
R1 4 (13%) 21 (70%) 5 (17%)
R2 4 (13%) 19 (63%) 7 (23%)
  CVP (estimated)   
  CVP < or = 9 mmHg CVP > 9 mmHg  
R1 20 (67%) 10 (33%)  
R2 22 (73%) 8 (27%)  
  1. Distribution of radiographically estimated values of global end-diastolic volume index (GEDVI), extravascular lung water index (EVLWI), and central venous pressure (CVP) according to the used thresholds. Data are presented as absolute numbers (n) with percentages in parentheses. CT, computed tomography; R1, radiologist 1; R2, radiologist 2.