hypervolemia

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Synonyms for hypervolemia

a blood disorder consisting of an increase in the volume of circulating blood

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An inquest at Cardiff Coroner's Court heard that results from a chest X-ray on September 28 revealed a pleural effusion, which is excess fluid in the space around the lungs, and can cause difficulty in breathing.
The cause of death was given at the Gravesend inquest as excess fluid in the brain as a consequence of severe acute hypernatraemia - an excessive concentration of sodium in the body.
His doctors said they had drained excess fluid from his lungs to tackle the infection.
Remember that all facial massage movements should be worked in an upward direction to lift the muscles, and outwards towards the lymph nodes to remove excess fluid and toxins.
This will help any excess fluid drain, which means you'll look less puffy in the morning, it suggested.
Lumigan is administered as eye drops to patients with glaucoma, a condition caused by excess fluid in the eye that leads to vision loss.
Diuretics are used to help the body get rid of excess fluid.
Powerful prescription diuretics and sometimes herbal preparations are taken to remove this excess fluid.
One benefit of the device is that it negates the need for drains to get rid of excess fluid that accumulates beneath the skin at the surgical site.
One side of the 10 mL reagent reservoir is molded into a pour-back spout to help control liquid flow, allowing users to neatly and easily return excess fluid to a source container.
If your husband suffers from swelling (edema) in his lower extremities, the doctor may advise him to wear compression stockings and elevate his legs during the day, so this excess fluid is urinated before bedtime instead of accumulating in the body.
Use an AOAP vampire pump, NSN 4930-01-119-4030, to remove the excess fluid.
They remove excess fluid and toxic waste from the body, regulate blood pressure; maintain the levels of vital nutrients such as calcium, potassium, sodium, and phosphorous and produce red blood cells and contribute to bone strength.
Excess fluid can be stored in the biocontainer on the stand for future dispensing.
Excess fluid around and presumed swelling of the optic nerve (five subjects).