haemodynamic


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haemodynamic

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪk; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to blood circulation
ˌhaemodyˈnamically, ˌhemodyˈnamically adv
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[21] General resuscitation measures should be started without delay, which include supplemental oxygen, establishment of reliable intravenous access and basic haemodynamic monitoring in the form of heart rate, BP and oxygen saturation.
Objective: To compare the haemodynamic effects of equivalent dose of oxytocin given as an intravenous bolus and as infusion.
One such alternative involved employing intermediate-acting beta blockers, such as metoprolol, which are used to reduce the stress response induced by surgery and to provide haemodynamic stability (4).
This article will consider the haemodynamic characteristics of the retina to outline possible reasons for myopic eyes being vulnerable to developing glaucoma.
Hypotension, an important haemodynamic side-effect, has been described using both oxytocin and carbetocin [8, 9].
Thrombolysis was considered as an option if the patient developed haemodynamic instability, yet the patient was reluctant for thrombolysis because of high risk of bleeding in view of low platelet counts.
Lyons-Wait found haemodynamic changes in patients with carotid artery stenosis that included retinal vascular obstructions and normal-tension glaucoma, and the incidence of peripheral retinal haemorrhages was increased by 1.8 times, 1.9 times, and 2.4 times, respectively, compared with that of normal people.
However, the haemodynamic change was smaller and vasopressor was hardly used in the former group.
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.