hypovolemia

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Noun1.hypovolemia - a blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
hypervolaemia, hypervolemia - a blood disorder consisting of an increase in the volume of circulating blood
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hy·po·vo·le·mi·a

n. hipovolemia, disminución del volumen de la sangre en el organismo.
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This is often due to low blood pressure from fluid loss and typically follows six to sixteen days after symptoms appear.
if you see a reduction in weight, it can likely be attributed to fluid loss through sweat.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals notes that dehydration occurs when fluid levels drop to less than normal, due to either reduced water intake or increased fluid loss. Fluid loss can be due to overheating in hot weather or vomiting or diarrhea, especially in puppies.
He said babies and children have relatively low body weight, as compared to adults, making them more vulnerable to the risk of fluid loss or dehydration that occurs when more fluid is lost from the body than it is taken in and causes an imbalance in minerals in their bodies.
The combination of fluid loss and sodium secretion from sweating can leave you with dry skin.
The company's non-invasive, easy-to-operate technology will serve a huge unmet need to manage blood volume in hospital and surgical settings, whether it is fluid loss, fluid overload or internal bleeding which is rarely detected until it becomes critical or fatal.
According to an analysis published recently in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, researchers found that fluid loss equaling 2 percent of your body mass can affect your ability to think clearly.
However, the fixing process causes fluid loss and collapse of the previously fluid-filled compartments, the researchers explained.
Weight gain in the absorbent paper rolls was recorded as fluid loss from the collagen gel during compression.
Fluid loss from a process called third-spacing may also occur when fluid accumulates in areas that normally have little to no fluid.