cardiac output


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cardiac output

n.
The volume of blood pumped from the right or left ventricle in one minute.
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Noun1.cardiac output - the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given period of time; "a resting adult has a cardiac output of about three quarts a minute"
flow rate, rate of flow, flow - the amount of fluid that flows in a given time
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The North American cardiac output monitoring devices market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.
This study also associates low cardiac index with greater risk for dementia: The fact that 30 percent of participants showed signs of low cardiac output is very concerning.
The non-invasive and minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring devices market in Europe was valued at USD 73.
First, cardiac output and other advanced haemodynamic measurements can be derived through a variety of unrelated methods, each with important benefits and limitations requiring consideration.
More pronounced hemodynamic displacements can be watched during birth pangs, with the sharp decrease of cardiac output and then during birth pangs--a considerable increase, on the contrary.
The decreased cardiac output stimulates sympathetic activity and blood volume expansion via the activation of the reninangiotensin-aldosterone axis.
Through rhythmic pumping of the great veins, blood is returned to the heart and improves cardiac output via the Frank-Starling mechanism.
We know that cardiac output generally rises during pregnancy and we felt it important to see what happens in women with congenital heart disease as a means of perhaps explaining the increased risk of complications seen in these women and their offspring," Dr.
We know that cardiac output generally rises during pregnancy, and we felt it important to see what happens in women with congenital heart disease as a means of perhaps explaining the increased risk of complications seen in these women and their offspring," Dr.
The body's compensatory mechanism and response to decreased cardiac output is to stimulate the sympathetic nervous system.
In Peckerman's study, heart stroke volume and cardiac output were significantly lower in 18 of 38 CFS patients.