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Cardiac output is known as the volume of blood is pumped by from the right or left ventricle of heart per minute and which is dependent on heart rate, and stroke volume.
drugs to further blunt increases in cardiac output; they also suggest that noninvasive measurement of cardiac reserve could identify patients with low cardiac reserve who could benefit from closer monitoring and new approaches to treatment, he suggested.
Cardiac output, the volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute, is a crucial component of vital signs monitored in surgical patients.
investigate cardiac output in older "normal" adults using the indirect gas methods.
When we look at volumetric needs for the patient we have to go back to our basic physiology and its concepts like cardiac output (CO), stroke volume (SV), oxygen delivery (D[O.sub.2]) and arterial oxygen content (Ca[O.sub.2]) and of course the Franck Starling's law.
In healthy women undergoing caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia, minimally invasive cardiac output measurements showed that when the MAP decreases by 20%, the SVR decreases by 35% and the heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output increase by 12%, 9% and 22%, respectively.
Studies have shown that a 15% increase in cardiac output occurs early after AVF creation by the seventh day [20].
In 2014, the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology guidelines for the management of patients with valvular heart disease acknowledged that, due to an increase in cardiac output that occurs during pregnancy, the mean pressure gradient across all prostheses will increase throughout gestation [4].
Indicating the presence of a latent cardiac dysfunction known as "cirrhotic cardiomyopathy", which is defined at present as baseline increased cardiac output, but blunted ventricular response to stimuli, systolic and/or diastolic dysfunction, absence of overt left ventricular failure at rest, electrophysiological abnormalities including prolonged QT interval on electrocardiography and chronotropic incompetence.
AVF creation results in increased cardiac output by reducing peripheral resistance; the higher the blood flow of the AVF, the more profound the impact on the cardiac output (MacRae et al., 2004).
Left atrium (LA) contraction contributes to maintaining left ventricular end-diastolic (LVED) pressure and cardiac output. We hypothesized that left atrial volume and systolic function may be a contributing component of the NCS.