haemodynamic

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haemodynamic

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to blood circulation
ˌhaemodyˈnamically, ˌhemodyˈnamically adv
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6] but our patient was not haemodynamically stable and therefore we could not consider the method in our case.
Only in haemodynamically stable cases, a duplex scan was performed to confirm pseudoaneurysm.
Inclusion criteria for surgery (Salpingectomy): Haemodynamically unstable patients with ruptured ectopic pregnancy, failure of clinical treatment, cross-sectional diameter of gestational sac is >3.
Operative laparoscopy as the mainstay treatment of haemodynamically unstable women with ectopic pregnancy.
Conservative management in haemodynamically stable patients with falling ss-hCG was reported with a high risk of failure.
The patient remained haemodynamically and neurologically stable during his evaluation in the ED.
Here haemodynamically unstable patients are provided treatment besides taking care of those patients who require post-operative care for intra operative complications.
He was haemodynamically stable, with no signs of haemorrhage, the same ECG and echocardiographic patterns, but with an increase in the estimated PSAP to 67 mmHg.
At admission the child was febrile, dull looking, haemodynamically stable with no meningeal signs or focal neurological deficit.
The patient was successfully extubated at the end of the procedure, remained haemodynamically stable in recovery, and was transferred to PICU for ongoing care.