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haemodynamic

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to blood circulation
ˌhaemodyˈnamically, ˌhemodyˈnamically adv
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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.
Contract notice: Invasive haemodynamic monitoring equipment.
Echocardiography: Several markers of haemodynamic compromise were noted by Yacoub et al (15) on admission, including severe tachycardia, low stroke volume index, and high inferior vena cava collapsibility index, which improved subsequently.
It protects us from external hazards such as infections, and physical agents such as UV light, heat, cold, trauma, pressure and friction, while providing essential metabolic functions such as vitamin D production, temperature regulation, haemodynamic homoeostasis, and excretion.
During hospitalisation, a bladder Foley catheter of size 16 French was placed for drainage and haemodynamic monitoring.
Topics include chest radiograph, electrocardiographs and arterial blood gas interpretation, practice scenarios, fluid management, haemodynamic monitoring, shock, airway management and oxygen therapies.
The safety of mobilisation and its effect on haemodynamic and respiratory status of intensive care patients.
2-4) Systemic haemodynamic changes that occur in pregnancy include increased cardiac output and blood volume.
NYON, Switzerland, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Edwards Lifesciences Corporation (NYSE: EW), the global leader in the science of heart valves and haemodynamic monitoring, announced the results of a pivotal clinical study of high-risk surgical patients with severe aortic stenosis treated in Cohort A of The PARTNER Trial.
The intubating conditions, onset of action, duration of action, haemodynamic changes and side effects of the studied drugs were observed.
Franceschi's (Saint Joseph and Pitie-Salpetriere Hospitals, Paris) 1988 Conservative Haemodynamic Cure of Incompetent and Varicose Veins in Ambulatory Patients first proposed the concept now called CHIVA.
Haemodynamic and endocrine effects of type 1 angiotensin II receptor blockade in patients with hypoxaemic cor pulmonale.