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haemodynamic

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to blood circulation
ˌhaemodyˈnamically, ˌhemodyˈnamically adv
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In group 1, hemodynamically significant PDA was defined in 13 patients, clinically significant PDA was defined in 2 patients and insignificant PDA was defined in 5 patients.
5,17) In many centers, a positive FAST exam in a hemodynamically unstable patient is an indication for immediate abdominal exploration.
Nonsurgical treatment has become the standard of care in hemodynamically stable patients with blunt liver trauma.
recovering from high-risk surgery and are commonly hemodynamically unstable and
Specific topics include clinical probability and D-Dimer testing, evaluation of leg veins, risk stratification, cardiac biomarkers, the importance of a patent Foramen ovale, diagnostic algorithms for hemodynamically stable patient, Heparin anticoagulation, thrombosis, patients with fulminant PE undergoing CPR, surgical embolectomy, intervention in acute massive PEs, vitamin K, hereditary and acquired thrombophilia, cancer, pregnancy, air travel and chronic hypertension.
At this point in time, there are not convicing data to support the routine use of RBC transfusion to treat anemia in hemodynamically stable, rtically ill patients without evidence of acute bleeding.
During this period, the patient remained hemodynamically stable with mean blood pressure between 70 and 80 mmHg and an adequate anaesthetic depth (BIS guided).
Hemodynamically significant bleeding from gastric malignancies is very rare--accounting for less than 1% of acute upper GI bleeding.
The AngioSculpt scoring balloon catheter is intended for the treatment of a hemodynamically significant coronary artery stenosis, including in-stent restenosis, for the purpose of improving myocardial perfusion.
Moreover, the patient had severe metabolic acidosis and was hemodynamically unstable, suggesting septic shock subsequent to a presumed bowel perforation.
In a prospective study of 19 hemodynamically unstable patients with traumatic or nontraumatic intracranial lesions who were declared brain-dead, levothyroxine significantly decreased vasopressor requirement and prevented cardiovascular collapse.