hypovolemic


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of or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood

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Patient with mild symptoms of WS can be misdiagnosed as having renal colic pain; however, 33% of patients with AML bleeding can develop hypovolemic shock.
Hypovolemic shock is when large amounts of blood are lost, causing low blood pressure and poor oxygenation of the body's tissues.
She suffered hypovolemic shock, cardiac arrest and died, he said.
However, with higher incidence of pelvic inflammatory disease and proliferation of assisted reproductive technologies, the incidence has increased >20 times.[1] HP is rarely encountered, and the presence of intrauterine pregnancy often impedes the diagnosis and early intervention for the ectopic pregnancy.[2] Clinical features of HP vary from asymptomatic, severe abdominal pain to hypovolemic shock.
Compared with the group receiving standard management alone, the women who received standard management plus the NASG device had a nonsignificant reduction in maternal mortality (odds ratio, 0.54; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.14-2.05; P = .37) and a significandy more rapid recovery from hypovolemic shock (hazard ratio, 1.25; 95% CI, 1.02-1.52; P = .03).
While the initial cause of death was hypovolemic shock secondary to massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding, the autopsy report said Rafael died of cardiorespiratory arrest.
He lost a lot of blood, which was replaced, but he had a hypovolemic shock and did not resist."
The potential for these lesions to result in chronic blood loss, which could over time manifest as severe anemia or hypovolemic shock, makes proper diagnosis and prompt treatment especially important.
Rupture of the external iliac artery, utero-ovarian artery and uterine artery, regardless of the site of rupture, may lead to direct hemorrhage into the peritoneal cavity, with rapid and profound blood loss, which can result in hypovolemic shock and death.
Moreover, coming off cardiopulmonary bypass, she was hypovolemic, which led to a hyperdynamic state.
[9,11,12] Due to incorrect diagnosis these patients may be mismanaged because the management of the euvolumic hyponatremia (SIAD) is exact opposite to the management of hypovolemic hyponatremia.
Boy named Beksultan born in 2015 (2.8 years old) was placed in the intensive care unit with the "severe brain contusion, epidural hematoma, hypovolemic shock," doctors say.
The procedure was especially risky as any major blood loss would have led to complications causing a hypovolemic shock.