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- Real-time shear wave ultrasound elastography: a new tool for the evaluation of diaphragm and limb muscle stiffness in critically ill patients doi link

Auteur(s): Flattres Aurelien, Aarab Yassir, Nougaret Stéphanie, Garnier Fanny, Larcher Romaric, Amalric Mathieu, Klouche Kada, Etienne P., Subra Gilles, Jaber Samir, Molinari Nicolas, Matecki Stefan, Jung Boris

(Article) Publié: Critical Care, vol. 24 p.34 (2020)
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PMID 32014005
DOI: 10.1186/s13054-020-2745-6
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Résumé:

Muscle weakness following critical illness is the consequence of loss of muscle mass and alteration of muscle quality. It is associated with long-term disability. Ultrasonography is a reliable tool to quantify muscle mass, but studies that evaluate muscle quality at the critically ill bedside are lacking. Shear wave ultrasound elastography (SWE) provides spatial representation of soft tissue stiffness and measures of muscle quality. The reliability and reproducibility of SWE in critically ill patients has never been evaluated.