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CardioQ-ODM (oesophageal Doppler monitor) to guide intravenous fluid management in patients undergoing surgery, or in critical care

Status: History
Expected date of issue: TBC
Notification date: March 2010
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NICE project team

Patient Involvement Lead: Laura Norburn
Analyst: Bernice Dillon
Communications Lead: Tonya Gillis
Project manager: Marlon Hope
Implementation Lead: Alaster Rutherford
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Provisional schedule

Submission Date: TBC
Topic Selection: 19 March 2010
Draft guidance meeting 16 September 2010
Consultation opens: 04 October 2010
Consultation ends: 01 November 2010
Final guidance meeting: 18 November 2010
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Stakeholders

To be confirmed

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Project history

Date Update
7 March 2011 The NICE resolution panel have met.
26 January 2011 As a final quality assurance step, and to ensure that NICE acts fairly, those who responded to the consultation guidance are offered access, having first completed a confidentiality form, to the prepublication final guidance and to the (anonymised) consultation comments.

The purpose of this process is to identify errors or breaches of process before publication. Respondents are asked to specify which of these two grounds they are requesting resolution on. In case of the CardioQ ODM guidance, one or more resolution requests was received which, after initial scrutiny, has been referred by the Centre for Health Technology Evaluation Director to a resolution panel.

The resolution panel will be convened in line with Section 6 of the Process Guide. Please note that the resolution panel does not meet in public but that those making resolution requests are informed of the outcome of resolution before guidance is published. Further information, including updates on the expected guidance publication date, will be added to this web page as soon as it is available.

The Programme's Process and Methods Guides are available on the Evaluation Pathway Programme for Medical Technologies web page.
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Key documents

This page was last updated: 15 November 2011

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