circulatory failure


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  • noun

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failure of the cardiovascular system to supply adequate amounts of blood to body tissues

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In the presence of severe circulatory failure along with progressive organ dysfunction unresponsiveness to standard therapy, it was decided to administer rhAPC.
It causes high fever, joint pains and nausea and in severe cases, internal bleeding, enlargement of the liver and circulatory failure that can lead to death.
In addition to the overall number of possible donors, the study will seek to categorize them according to age and medical condition and how many may die of circulatory failure as opposed to brain death.
Several hours after delivery, she developed peripheral circulatory failure.
Evil Shipman claimed the fit and feisty Irene had died suddenly of circulatory failure.
Once the police investigation of late 1998 reviewed Irene's death it became apparent the 67-year-old's death wasn't, as Shipman had certified, due to circulatory failure, ischaemic heart disease and diabetes.
More investigations are necessary to clarify the mechanisms of the final circulatory failure, lung edema, and rapid death of the swans.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever includes those symptoms plus small-blood vessel leakage, which can lead to shock, internal bleeding, circulatory failure, and death.
Its most severe form, dengue shock syndrome (DSS), is associated with hypotension, narrowing of pulse pressure (<20 mm Hg), and circulatory failure in 30% of cases.
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