peripheral hemodynamics

peripheral hemodynamics

[pə¦rif·ə·rəl ‚hē·mō·dī′nam·iks]
(physiology)
A division of hematology concerned with blood flow in regions of the body that are close to the surface, such as the extremities.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Thus, this prospective study aimed at assessing the role played by NSBB on central and peripheral hemodynamics in cirrhotics undergoing LVP for refractory ascites.
Central and peripheral hemodynamics were analyzed before and after two LVP, while being on and off NSBB therapy.
Calculated methods of estimation of central and peripheral hemodynamics according to standard formulas (stroke output (SO)), cardiac index (CI), cardiac output (CO), general peripheral vascular resistance (GPVR), discharge fraction (DF) were conducted.

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