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Synonyms for reserve

Synonyms for reserve

to have and maintain in one's possession

to cause to be set aside, as for one's use, in advance

the keeping of one's thoughts and emotions to oneself

public land kept for a special purpose

Synonyms for reserve

formality and propriety of manner

something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose

an athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced

(medicine) potential capacity to respond in order to maintain vital functions

a district that is reserved for particular purpose

armed forces that are not on active duty but can be called in an emergency

the trait of being uncommunicative

hold back or set aside, especially for future use or contingency

give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause

obtain or arrange (for oneself) in advance

arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance

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The findings suggest that patients with advanced liver disease should routinely undergo assessment for low cardiac reserve, Anoop N.
The findings also add to the concerns about using nonselective beta-blocker drugs in patients with cirrhosis because of the potential of these drugs to further blunt increases in cardiac output; they also suggest that noninvasive measurement of cardiac reserve could identify patients with low cardiac reserve who could benefit from closer monitoring and new approaches to treatment, he suggested.
This sympathoadrenal response may be well tolerated in ASA 1 and II patients, but may cause myocardial instability in patients with limited cardiac reserve due to any reason.
Especially during and immediately after cardiac surgery, the CO change in time may be more interesting than its absolute value, since the patients usually suffer from cardiovascular comorbidity and limited cardiac reserve [27, 28].
With agreement with previous studies we observed minimum heart rate changes after spinal block with small dose of local anesthetic, that this finding is very important in patients with low ejection fraction who had lower cardiac reserve.
Albeit, in symptomatic multivessel disease with concomitant limited cardiac reserve, conventional cardiopulmonary bypass surgery (ONCAB) is considered as the optimal approach, it has been speculated that extracorporeal circulation (CPB) in this surgical approach could exacerbate myocardial damage in patients with compromised left ventricle [2].
Dupont notes that a patient with carotid artery narrowing is also likely to have coronary artery disease and reduced cardiac reserve.
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