haemodynamics


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haemodynamics

(ˌhiːməʊdaɪˈnæmɪks; ˌhɛm-) or

hemodynamics

n
a branch of physiology that deals with the circulation of the blood
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The patient may have bounding pulses from peripheral vasodilation, so the severity of shock may be underestimated and unrecognised until decompensation occurs, whereupon the patient's haemodynamics may deteriorate rapidly.
Moreover it has direct dilation effect on the coronary artery and the surrounding blood vessels, which is beneficial to improve the postoperative haemodynamics of patients.17,18 Compared with other antiarrhythmic drugs, amiodarone has higher conversion rate and better sinus rhythm maintenance.19 In this study, the conversion rate of atrial fibrillation and maintenance rate of sinus rhythm of the observation group were 76.2% and 47.6% respectively, which were significantly higher than those of the control group, and the results were similar to the previous research results.20,21 In addition, rate of administration ways of amiodarone can produce different effects.
Items evaluated in a SOFA score include the ratio of partial pressure arterial oxygen and fraction of inspired oxygen (P/F ratio), platelet count, total bilirubin concentration, haemodynamics, Glasgow coma scale (GCS) and creatinine concentration.
But bolus administration leads to variations in the degree of relaxation and also haemodynamics, making it difficult to maintain uniformly relaxed state and stable haemodynamics to facilitate uneventful anaesthesia and surgery.
Effect of Dexmedetomidine on haemodyanamic responses to laryngoscopy and intubation: Perioperative haemodynamics and anesthetic requirements.
New insights into the pathophysiology of diabetic nephropathy: from haemodynamics to molecular pathology.
The child was returned to paediatric ward with stable haemodynamics and normal serum potassium level on 4th day postoperatively.
This anomalous branching pattern of the aortic arch can alter the cerebral haemodynamics, which in turn can lead to cerebral abnormalities (Nonami et al.).
The patients were originally involved in a research project studying central haemodynamics and preclinical cardiovascular disease, which was approved by Ethical committee of University Hospital Commenius University Bratislava.
[1] In the present case, the large abdominal mass induced an increase in IAP that resulted in changes in the haemodynamics of the patient.
Clinicians commonly use fluid administration to improve haemodynamics before, during and after surgery.