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Arrhythmias aren’t that uncommon and usually don’t present a grave health threat. But in places like the ICU, where even slight variations in cardiac output can be symptomatic of pathology, or even threaten the life of a patient, keeping tabs is vital for a quick response with treatment. There are established methods to monitor cardiac output of course, but as technology advances, medical researchers can push the envelope of what’s possible. Sarah Harris speaks to Dr Alexandra Kharazi, cardiothoracic surgeon at CVTS Medical Group, and Dr Subasit Acharji, interventional cardiologist at MetroWest Medical Center, to find out about some of the latest methods that could improve cardiac monitoring both in and out of the clinic.


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