hypovolemia


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hypovolemia

[‚hī·pō‚vä′lē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Low blood volume.
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Crystalloid fluid therapy is administered to correct hypovolemia and treat shock.
9) Lower albumin levels and the degree of hypovolemia correlate with disease severity.
Edeouard AR, Degremont AC, Duranteau J, Pussard E, Berdeaux A, Samii K: Heterogeneous regional vascular responses to simulated transient hypovolemia in man.
These data show that breathing against inspiratory resistance increases tolerance to progressive central hypovolemia by better maintaining SV, cardiac output, and arterial blood pressures via primarily mechanical rather than neural mechanisms.
The blood tests showed Miss Jones had an "extremely rare" and critically low evel of haemoglobin, a protein which carries oxygen in the blood - a sign of hypovolemia.
Hospital blood tests had shown Miss Jones had an "extremely rare" and critically low level of haemoglobin, a protein which carries oxygen in the blood-a sign of hypovolemia.
Following elective surgery, it is believed to result from gut ischaemia consequent to hypovolemia from overnight fasting.
A narrow pulse pressure associated with hypovolemia would be hypovolemic.
3] from the blood and hypovolemia brought about by dry forage feeding actually depresses feed intake in large-type goats under free drinking conditions.
Renal dysfunction is believed to be a consequence of hypovolemia secondary to rickettsial disease-induced alterations in capillary permeability (6, 7).
Beta blockers are indicated for patients without evidence of significant left ventricular dysfunction or hypovolemia (6, 7).
Hypovolemia in turn stimulates the renin-aldosterone system which leads to increased sodium reabsorption.