hemoconcentration

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he·mo·con·cen·tra·tion

n. hemoconcentración, concentración de hematíes a causa de una disminución del volumen líquido sanguíneo.
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Initially, the child was managed on intravenous fluids and supportive treatment as there was a progressive fall in platelet count and haemoconcentration," the statement added.
The non-significant change in the values of TEC and PCV may be due to haemoconcentration resulting from diarrhea.
Dengue viral infection was frequently associated with haemoconcentration, raised AST and ALT enzymes and leukopenia.
Haemoconcentration is an indicator of plasma leakage in certain forms of dengue (e.
These include haemoconcentration, presence of pleural or pericardial effusion, ascites or gall bladder wall thickness [GBWT ], hypoproteinaemia, and hypocholestrolaemia in a suggestive clinical scenario.
Anecdotally, due to haemoconcentration of the blood circuit (due to HD fluid removal) one interstate unit noticed raised blood levels in the cTPE circuit requiring adjustments to the haematocrit (Hct) level of the PE machine.
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Ashutosh Biswas, additional professor of Medicine at AIIMS, said a person suffering from dengue experiences severe dehydration due to which blood thickens, leading to haemoconcentration, increase in the proportion of red blood cells in blood and decreased blood pressure, which in turn leads to multi- organ failure.
Several lines of evidence suggest, however, that the retention of the tourniquet for more than one to two minutes is a significant cause of haemoconcentration, which may also spuriously increase the concentration of several analytes (36,37), but which can be avoided by using transilluminator devices (38).
Haemoconcentration and the hypercoagulable state associated with mental stress.
One-time muscular load results in haemoconcentration, but it does not change the clotting time.
the decreased venous return associated with haemoconcentration (due to increased excretion of water and electrolytes) determines favourable conditions for the occurrence of venous thrombosis;