cardiac output


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the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given period of time

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The report firstly introduced the Cardiac Output Monitoring Devices basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on.
Patients with low cardiac reserve after dobutamine challenge, defined as an increase in cardiac output of less than 25%, had a 3.9-fold increased rate of incident HRS during follow-up, compared with patients who had a larger rise in their cardiac output after adjustment for several clinical and echocardiographic baseline variables, Dr.
After surgery, five consecutive repeated cardiac measurements were performed using both methods simultaneously, for a total of 215 cardiac output measurements.
The cardiac output (CO) has been obtained by multiplying SV by heart rate.
The general conclusions of these GFDT trials were that measuring flow, to optimize cardiac output and oxygen delivery, should be the best way to manage perioperative fluid therapy.
Anaesthetists should also bear in mind that cardiac output response to phenylephrine is preload dependent.
Masoudpour, "Effects of the arteriovenous fistula on pulmonary artery pressure and cardiac output in patients with chronic renal failure," Journal of Vascular Access, vol.
Hemodynamic changes of pregnancy with a substantial increase in cardiac output were likely responsible for this change, especially since our patient did not experience signs and symptoms of aortic stenosis.
Cardiological function was evaluated in these patients by various parameters like clinical, ECG (corrected QT interval was calculated), echocardiography (systolic function, diastolic function, cardiac output and cardiac index) and proBNP.
KDOQI guidelines recommend that the assessment of access blood flow should be performed within 1.5 hours of starting the treatment to minimize the variations caused by decreases in cardiac output or blood pressure related to ultrafiltration and hypotension (NKF, 2006).
This reduced atrial function seems to be the major contributor of reduced cardiac output resulting in syncope.
Additionally, Dr William Cornwell, assistant professor, Medicine - Cardiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, observed that some patients continue to experience heart failure symptoms and impaired functional capacity, despite a normalized cardiac output.
The findings indicate that heart rate, stroke volume, and cardiac output during HIIE were significantly greater (P<0.05) in hypoxia compared with normoxia.
The first response is tachycardia when the cardiac output falls for any reason.