intravascular

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intravascular

[‚in·trə′vas·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Within blood vessels or within a blood vessel.
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9% NS Blood DIO Plasma Dextran 40 Properties Causes fluid to move Increases intravascular out of cells and into space without excess intravascular space fluid Causes intravascular expansion Useful for Head Trauma Edema Increased ICP Expansion of intravascular Hyponatremia spaces Edema Improving tissue perfusion Acid/base imbalances Prevention of vasospasm Severe anemia Cautious In Increased PAWP CHF Increased CVP Hypervolemia JVD Hemoconcentration Hemoconcentration * D5W is isotonic in the bag, but quickly becomes hypotonic when administered intravascularly (Phillips, 2010).
In contrast, clinical examinations and interventions that make use of intravascularly applied CM, and, thus, also clinical trials on CIAKI, of course, include patients who suffer from various comorbidities so that none of today's CM is without potential clinical nephrotoxicity [102].
However, limitations in generalizability of this study include that most patients (n = 44) underwent normothermia using surface cooling, only five patients were cooled intravascularly, direct skin temperature measurement was not assessed, and the effect of CW on core temperature was not discussed.
Thus the catechins found in the brain were located intracellularly or interstitially and not intravascularly.
Colloids are made up of larger molecules and are primarily distributed intravascularly.
Up to 10% of epidural catheters may be initially inserted intravascularly, with up to 1% going undetected (1).
The drug may be injected into the myometrium--5 mg is added to 20 ml saline and 2 ml injected into various sites in the myometrium, being careful not to inject intravascularly.
Rats at PN 39,53 and 105 received EDs by road intravascularly (IV), rats at PN 57 and 92 received by road intramuscularly (IM) and rats PN 68,78 and 118 by road intraperitonial (IP).
Our results indicating that the odds of dying are decreased by [approximately equal to] 50% for those whose tails were amputated suggest that saliva and VEEV are deposited both intravascularly and extravascularly.
Intravascularly, microorganisms can originate from infected organs, cavities, fluids (e.
Aspirate before slow injection of the solution to avoid injecting intravascularly.

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