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hemoconcentration

[¦hē·mō‚käns·ən′trā·shən]
(medicine)
An increase in the concentration of blood cells resulting from the loss of plasma or water from the bloodstream.
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The systemic capillary leak syndrome (SCLS) is characterized by spontaneous recurrent episodes of hypotension, haemoconcentration, generalized oedema, and in most cases, the presence of a paraprotein.
Laboratory findings (Table 1) showed haemoconcentration and acute renal impairment.
haemoconcentration, leukocytosis, and a decrease in concentration of albumin are characteristic during acute SCLS attacks.
Additionally, thermal stress and exercise, alone or in combination, induce haemoconcentration that may be exaggerated by further exercise or dehydration thereby reducing exercise capacity (Harrison, 1986).
The degree of haemoconcentration is heightened during dehydration in conjunction with thermal stress and exercise (Harrison, 1986).
1999) Effect of vitamin E supplementation on post-exercise plasma lipid peroxidation and blood antioxidant status in smokers: with special reference to haemoconcentration effect.