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Noun1.hypervolemia - a blood disorder consisting of an increase in the volume of circulating blood
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
hypovolaemia, hypovolemia - a blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
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The complications and risks connected with the hemodialysis operation, such as serious anemia and fluid overload, hamper the market growth.
The aggressive approach relieved fluid overload safely and effectively in patients who were not responding to conventional diuretics.
Many patients with heart failure experience episodes of worsening symptoms due to fluid overload.
Bolus administration in the ward may increase the potential for fluid overload which increases mortality, and MAY also increase fluid leak, with increased potential for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and requirement for mechanical ventilation.
Goal-directed fluid therapy using stroke volume variation does not result in pulmonary fluid overload in thoracic surgery requiring one-lung ventilation.
When polled, only 22% of attendees at the session picked "transition to torsemide" as the best approach for restoring fluid balance with the lowest adverse potential in a 74-year-old woman with nonischemic cardiomyopathy on furosemide 80 mg twice daily who has been hospitalized for fluid overload three times in the year.
Aside from increasing the volume of blood, Agana said, the extra sodium also increases the amount of water in and around body tissues, resulting in swelling or a fluid overload which can cause congestive heart failure.
Is there a link between fluid overload and higher mortality numbers in underweight children?
In view of progressive and non-resolving AKI with metabolic acidosis and symptoms of uremia and fluid overload, hemodialysis was initiated and continued every 24 h for the next few weeks.
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.