Our hypothesis: a daily bedside echocardiographic assessment, protocolized, simple and
reproducible estimation of filling pressures with an evaluation of mitral inflow and the
inferior vena cava, allow a more reliable estimate of the true blood volume of the patient
and thus lead to a therapeutic adjustment more suitable.
This therapeutic adjustment closer to patient's needs would impact fewer readmissions at 30
days and mortality, less alteration of biological parameters myocardial, kidney and liver.