hypotension

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Lastly, patients with PE may develop a vasovagal-like reaction, such as the Bezold-Jarisch reflex, which results in transient arterial hypotension and cerebral hypoperfusion.
Tyurina also shows the reduced size of heart and myocardial mass, the diameter of the aorta and its branches in patients with LSB based on the study of 240 people with primary arterial hypotension with a mean age of 53 years.
Septic shock in adults refers to a state of acute circulatory failure characterised by persistent arterial hypotension unexplained by other causes (1).
There is an association between increases in global CBF (cerebral blood flow) from pre- to postresection and NPPB-type complications, but there is no relationship of these CBF changes to preoperative regional arterial hypotension [13].
On admission, he had persistent abdominal pain with generalized abdominal distension, arterial hypotension, and hypoxemia but was not febrile.
7%; n=37), osteochondrosis (26,7%; n=40), arterial hypotension (7.
Fludrocortisone was prescribed with progressive improvement of arterial hypotension and associated symptoms.
While stroke researchers have noted side effects such as pneumonia, bradycardia (slow heartbeat), cardiac arrythmia (irregular heartbeat), and arterial hypotension (low blood pressure), these conditions are potentially less serious in the long run and can usually be managed by emergency room physicians.
Condition ICP Changes Rapidly expanding mass lesion Increase mean ICP Increase ICP waveform amplitude Increase/decrease CSF volume Increase/decrease mean ICP Increase/decrease ICP waveform amplitude Little change in ICP waveform configuration Severe arterial hypotension Decrease mean ICP Decrease ICP waveform amplitude, especially P1 Severe arterial hypertension Increase mean ICP Increase ICP waveform amplitude Severe hypercapnia and hypoxia Increase mean ICP Increase ICP waveform amplitude Rounding of ICP waveform due to increase in later waveform components Hyperventilation Decrease mean ICP Decrease ICP waveform amplitude P2, and to a lesser degree P3 with little change in P1 Jugular vein compression Increase mean ICP Increase ICP waveform amplitude, mainly P2 and P3