hypovolemic


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Adj.1.hypovolemic - of or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
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hypovolemic

adj hipovolémico
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The products avoid occurrence of hypovolemic shock, thrombocytopenia, blood transfusions, and increase in post-operative complications.
VBI-S is an intravenously injectable fluid comprised of phospholipid nanoparticles that were specifically designed to shift the biophysical properties of the body's fluid volume in hypovolemic shock, due to sepsis, from non-survival to survival.
However, a high possibility of compartment syndrome due to gushing of fluids and drugs into soft tissues; limitations in the case of individuals with severe osteoporosis and hypovolemic conditions; and impediment of IO infusion devices after arrival of vein viewer are factors likely to restrict market growth over the forecast period.
A post-mortem revealed that he had suffered a severed duodenum, which caused peritonitis and hypovolemic shock.
A loss of enough fluid can cause life-threatening shock due to a low blood volume (hypovolemic shock) due to a drop in blood pressure and low oxygen levels (from a reduced oxygencarrying capacity of the increasingly thickened blood).
More specifically, the immediate cause of death was hypovolemic shock as a result of massive bleeding within the abdomen.
Pathologist Dr Shannon gave a medical cause of death as hypovolemic shock due to blood loss and transection of the right brachial artery.
Ischemic heart disease, Renal or hepatic disease, Hypovolemic or Hypovolemic patients, Patients on diuretics or cardioactive drugs interfering with haemodynamic responses.
In SV, sigmoid gangrene is seen in 6.1-30.2% of all patients and in 10.7-93.4% of surgically treated cases.1,2 Well-known factors affecting bowel gangrene development are the presence of major comorbidities (e.g., cardio-vascular diseases), shock (hypovolemic and/or toxic), delayed admission to the hospital, over-rotation (twisting degree>360Adeg), and ileosigmoid knotting.2,3,11,12
Police found out that Umandal's cause of death was hypovolemic shock, massive upper bleeding and peptic ulcer disease.
Patients classically presented with acute flank pain, flank mass, and hypovolemic shock, collectively known as Lenk's triad (2).