systemic inflammatory response syndrome

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systemic inflammatory response syndrome

[si¦stem·ik in‚flam·ə‚tȯr·ē ri′späns ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
The spectrum of elicited pathophysiologic changes (including blood clotting and changes in metabolism, heart rate, and respiration) resulting from excess production of inflammatory mediators (for example, histamines and leukotrienes), which orchestrate the process of inflammation through various processes.
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Induction of anaesthesia with propofol caused decrease in respiratory rate which remained significantly lowered (P<0.01) from control values up to 75 min, in thiopentone sodium up to 90 min.
In present study when we compared respiratory rate between case and control after 6MWT then we found that there is increase in respiratory rate in cases as compared to control.
Fraser, "Oxygen delivery through high-flow nasal cannulae increase end-expiratory lung volume and reduce respiratory rate in post-cardiac surgical patients," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
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In 2017 PMD announced research partnerships with European Centres of Excellence in Denmark and Wales and together they continue to demonstrate the value of respiratory rate and the clinical and economic impact it has on patient care.
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The assessment of basic hemodynamic parameters showed respiratory rate per minute ranged 14-28.
In order to ensure the mobility and comfort of the person under observation, a fairly non-invasive respiratory rate monitoring technique has been proposed in this article.
Confusion, Uraemia, Respiratory rate, Blood pressure, age > 65 years recommendation for each patient was determined at the time of analysis.
After the test, the effect of different musical tempos was seen on recovery time and various parameters such as pulse rate, BP, and respiratory rate. Each participant participated in all of the following 3 sessions: To relax without music on the 1st day, with slow music on the 2nd day, and with fast music on the 3rd day after exercise, during the recovery period.
The Nice guidance says GPs must measure and record temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate and capillary refill time "as part of the routine assessment of a child with fever".