Video Resources

Video Resources

Leader Interview

Why is Fluid Management Important?

Learn from Dr. Doug Hansell about why fluid management is important and how fluid impacts mortality.

How-To

How the Baxter Starling Works

Learn how the Baxter Starling Fluid Management Monitoring System works.

Leader Interview

COVID-19 Interview with Dr. Patrick Troy

Dr. Troy is the division chief of pulmonary critical care and sleep medicine for Hartford Hospital, a large tertiary care hospital in Hartford, Connecticut.

How-To

Proper Starling Sensor Placement

Learn how to properly apply Starling non-invasive sensors in a few easy steps.

How-To

How to Conduct a Passive Leg Raise

Learn how to conduct a Passive Leg Raise with the Starling monitor.

How-To

How to Conduct a Fluid Bolus

Learn how to conduct a Fluid Bolus with the Starling monitor.

Leader Interview

How does Starling Help Clinicians?

Dr. Doug Hansell talks about the importance of fluid management, how fluid management impacts mortality and why IV fluids should be dosed according to patient response.

Leader Interview

What is Starling’s Technology & Advantages?

Learn from Dr. Doug Hansell about how the Starling Fluid Management Monitoring works and the advantages of using this technology.

Leader Interview

What are Dynamic Measures?

Learn from Dr. Doug Hansell about what dynamic measures are and how they work.

Leader Interview

SCCM Industry Insight: Fluid Management Impacts Mortality

Dr. Doug Hansell talks about the importance of IV fluid, how it can cause harm and why it should be dosed accordingly.

Leader Interview

SCCM Industry Insight: Does the Way We Dose IV Fluid Matter?

Dr. Doug Hansell talks about the evidence to support and refute IV fluid use in specific populations.

Leader Interview

SCCM Industry Insight: Physiologic "Dosing" of IV Fluid Improves Outcomes

Dr. Doug Hansell discusses how a physiologically informed approach to IV fluid administration improves patient outcomes. Dr. Hansell also discusses the significant outcomes of the recently published Fluid Response Evaluation in Sepsis Hypotension and Shock (FRESH) Study.