hypervolemia


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Noun1.hypervolemia - a blood disorder consisting of an increase in the volume of circulating blood
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
hypovolaemia, hypovolemia - a blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
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Their data suggest that hypervolemia may induce and potentiate lung damage after recruitment maneuvers.
However, in AKI, some specialists tend to start HD late (after 2 or more definite criteria have occurred), while others tend to start it early (only 1 criterion as hypervolemia or acidosis).
11-7] It might be anticipated that the baroreflex function would be decreased in pregnancy due to physiological hypervolemia.
Postoperative hypertension is best managed by correction of precipitating factors (pain, hypothermia, hypervolemia, hypoxia and hypercarbia) (17).
The data show that elderly hypertensive subjects present HR decrease during immersion at rest that can be attributed to central hypervolemia, which stimulates the cardiopulmonary receptors reducing sympathetic nerve activation (26,29).
In normal pregnancy, hypervolemia modifies the response to blood loss.
Conversely, spontaneous normalization of amniotic fluid volume is generally perceived as an encouraging sign because it suggests that chronic hypervolemia has abated (7).
When inducing MIH with the infusion of cold fluids, to use lower volumes and possibly prevent complications due to hypervolemia, temperature of the fluid needs to be as low as possible.
Acute decompensated heart failure occurred in 12 patients, 10 of which had precipitating factors (infection, hypervolemia, hypertension, or anemia), and 6 of them accepted mechanical ventilation.
Chronic exposure to CO shows a systemic compensatory process of response to hypoxia, which includes erythrocytosis, hypervolemia, and cardiomegaly.
Other common causes of neonatal hypertension such as hypervolemia due to oliguric renal damage; structural renal diseases such as polycystic kidney disease, aortic coarctation, and obstructive uropathy; medications such as corticosteroids; endocrine disorders; and bronchopulmonary dysplasia may be considered.