blood volume


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blood volume

n
(Medicine) med the total quantity of blood in the body
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Biotechnology operations company Daxor Corporation (NYSE MKT:DXR) revealed on Monday that it has sold a BVA-100 Blood Volume Analyzer to Nebraska Medicine for an undisclosed value.
This competition aims at the selection of cocontratantes for a framework agreement that will allow the acquisition of blood volume correctors and other sterile solutions listed in Annex I of the Specification.
This was evidenced by the blood volume increasing from -2.
BVM was especially helpful in managing the hypotensive patients, as seeing a 'flat-line' as fluid was removed showed that the patient was maintaining their blood volume.
Counteracting this effect is the increase in thoracic blood volume, which also tends to decrease thoracic volume, but this is not observed in highlanders.
As well, evidence indicates that the alteration in cerebral oxygenation and blood volume during hand function corresponds closely with the blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) changes evident during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) [4-5].
Among nationally renowned hospitals and other major medical institutions which have purchased the BVA-100 Blood Volume Analyzer after a trial period are the Mayo Clinic, The Cleveland Clinic, NIH, and New York University Medical Center.
The increased resistance caused by the blood volume lowered the voltage, which might have appeared on ENG as a downward (i.
Therefore, fluid replacement between fire suppression work bouts is necessary in order to maintain blood volume and venous return.
This, apparently, enables astronauts to maintain normal blood pressure despite the loss of blood volume.
The platelet count increment, which measures the platelet count increase without correcting for dosage or blood volume, is influenced by the platelet dose the patient receives.
The alteration in the total concentration of oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin, indicative of change in blood volume, was measured in the skin of the left flank by using a portable noninvasive tissue oxygen monitor by near-infrared spectroscopy.