venous pressure


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venous pressure

[′vē·nəs ‚presh·ər]
(physiology)
Tension of the blood within the veins.
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While a trend in raised retinal venous pressure appears to be developing, the exact mechanisms for this are unclear.
Similarly, significantly more number of females showed raised jugular venous pressure as compared to males (p= 0.
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the difference between the internal venous pressure and the atmospheric external pressure) and the CSA are correlated [42]; therefore, the time diagram of the IJV CSA reflects the JVP.
Intermittent coronary sinus occlusion is controlled by the PICSO Impulse Console using the unique, proprietary Wien Algorithm which continuously monitors coronary sinus pressure dynamics and automatically sets the time of occlusion and release phases based on venous pressure.
Clinical examination revealed elevated jugular venous pressure, minimal pedal edema, a systolic cardiac murmur, and bibasal lung crackles.
The patient responded poorly to resuscitation, so central line placement was planned for central venous pressure (CVP) monitoring and for inotropic support.
The female patient's venous pressure alarm is triggered, and her nurse promptly resets the alarm and returns to her previous task.