hypovolemia


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Synonyms for hypovolemia

a blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood

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A total of 78 ventilated patients with presumed hypovolemia and considered for VE were included in the study.
Hypercalcemia results in AKI predominantly due to renal vasoconstriction and hypovolemia.
A physiological suppression of dry forage intake caused by hypovolemia (decreased plasma volume) and the loss of NaHC[O.
The mechanisms for hyponatremia in alcoholics include hypovolemia, pseudohyponatremia due to alcohol-induced hypertriglyceridemia, beer potomania syndrome, and rarely SIADH or cerebral salt wasting.
2006) and has also been successfully used to resuscitate humans, sheep, horses, dogs and cats with hypovolemia and/or endotoxemia (Velasco et al.
Leading complications associated with the use of CRRT include hemorrhage, electrolyte imbalances, anemia, hypovolemia, and hypotension; therefore, it is imperative that nurses are rigorously trained and systematically evaluated in the use of CRRT (Asanuma et ah, 2010; Tillman, 2009).
The acute renal failure was suspected to be due to both hypovolemia and TLS, so blood, sodium bicarbonate, and allopurinol were infused intravenously.
Hypovolemia and neurovascular control during orthostatic stress.
pulmonary embolism, hypovolemia, hemorrhage, myocardial infarction) can then be specifically targeted and treated.
FLEXBUMIN 5% is indicated for hypovolemia, hypoalbuminemia due to general causes, burns and in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, it was reported yesterday.
Moreover, exenatide may lead to ischemic renal failure because of hypovolemia and dehydration in cases in which patients do not have adequate liquid intake and, therefore, suffer from nausea and vomiting related to the therapy (8).
It is important to correct hypovolemia (hydration, additional salt intake in carefully selected cases, elevating the head of the bed), the use of counter maneuvers, ingestion of cold water and avoid prolonged immobilization.
the venous stasis together with hypovolemia and the cardiac inadequacy to effort, determine a decreased systolic flow.
Administration of even modest amounts of intravenous saline provides abundant osmoles (approximately 300 mOsm/L), can correct hypovolemia (and suppress vasopressin release), and thus overpromptly correct the hyponatremia.