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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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A hemodialysis technician is not aware of the subtle signs and symptoms of hypovolemia or hypervolemia. Most of the time, the technician will only respond when the dialysis machine sounds an alarm, and by then it may be too late.
The mechanisms of adaptation in [HR.sub.E] are various and complicated, however PV changes induced via exercise, may account for most of the exercise-induced hypervolemia up to 2-4 weeks (Convertino, 1991).
Structural echocardiographic assessment showed increased left atrial diameter, likely related to hypervolemia or diastolic dysfunction that occur in obesity (34,35).
Fluid overload causes hypervolemia and consequent dilutional hyponatremia.
Most of the times, TRALI is confused with other conditions such as hypervolemia, adult respiratory distress syndrome, and congestive cardiac failure.
The atrial walls are distended under conditions of hypervolemia or blood pressure increase would promote an increase in the ANF percentage in the blood (Veress & Sonnerberg, 1984).
Effects of hypervolemia and hypertension on regional cerebral blood flow, intracranial pressure, and brain tissue oxygenation after subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Patients with sepsis or hypovolemia may enjoy an initial benefit of volume expansion, but later experience hypervolemia, particularly later in the disease progression, to actually create injurious effects.
Abbreviations LUS - lung ultrasound EVLW - extravascular lung water BLS - B line score kT/V - marker of dialysis adequacy Dry weight is defined as the lowest tolerated post-dialysis weight and is reached with gradual lowering of weight to the value at which there are minimal signs and symptoms of hypo - or hypervolemia [3].