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Central Venous Pressure (CVP)
IVC Vein Diameter(cm): cm
Respiratory Variation?  Yes No

How to calculate a CVP.
Step 1: Obtain a long axis view of the hepatic vein. The typical view is a transgastric or gastroesophageal view of the hepatic vein inflow in 2D mode.  The hepatic vein diameter should be in end-expiration.  Note if the hepatic vein diameter changes with respiration.

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