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haemodynamic

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to blood circulation
ˌhaemodyˈnamically, ˌhemodyˈnamically adv
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Contract notice: supply, through an operating lease without purchase option, of two haemodynamic rooms to be installed in the lozano blesa university clinical hospital and the miguel serve university hospital
4 Three-dimensional time-of-flight (3D-TOF) MRA is a sensitive imaging technique providing the morphological as well as haemodynamic information concerning blood flow direction in individual vessels accurately.
This article will consider the haemodynamic characteristics of the retina to outline possible reasons for myopic eyes being vulnerable to developing glaucoma.
An ideal inducing agent for general anaesthesia should have haemodynamic stability and minimal respiratory depression, rapid clearance and minimal side effects.
Oral pregabalin premedication for attenuation of haemodynamic pressor response of airway instrumentation during general anaesthesia: A dose response study.
However, the haemodynamic change was smaller and vasopressor was hardly used in the former group.
Haemodynamic management using non-invasive cardiac output monitoring for urgent craniotomy in fragile X syndrome: Case report *
The unit employs the latest technology such as pulse oximetry, end tidal CO2 monitors with invasive haemodynamic monitoring, high frequency ventilators, non-invasive ventilation, nitric oxide and sophisticated invasive procedures such as flexible fibre-optic bronchoscopy.
This clearance by Korean regulators is similar to the decision of the French Society for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (SFAR), which in 2013 added PVI to guidelines for optimal haemodynamic management during surgery.
ABSTRACT: Imaging of brain function -- to monitor either haemodynamic responses occurring over seconds or neuronal activity taking place at sub-second time-scale -- is a major application in medical tomography.
3] AFM is characterised by sudden onset of severe and extensive haemodynamic compromise.
He is eating well, without haemodynamic or respiratory changes.