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  • n. Alternative spelling of hemodynamics.

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  • The scientific interests of Professor Hess were primarily directed towards haemodynamics and, in connection with this, the regulation of respiration.

    Walter Hess - Biography

  • His investigations in haemodynamics and the functions of the nervous system (roots of the spinal column), in which he supplemented the work of Charles Bell (Law of Bell-Magendie) are very important.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • We are indebted to him for the best description of the vascular system and for studies in haemodynamics, in which field, however, the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • It can be used to understand complete cardiac and vascular haemodynamics, pulmonary pathologies, blood vessel status, regional myocardial blood flow, renal performance and others.

    The Times of India

  • Stein B, Pfenninger E, Grunert A, Schmitz JE, Hudde M. Influence of continuous haemofiltration on haemodynamics and central blood volume in experimental endotoxic shock.

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  • Day NP, Phu NH, Bethell DP, et al. The effects of dopamine and adrenaline infusions on acid - base balance and systemic haemodynamics in severe infection.

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  • Adrenaline in treatment of septic shock: effects on haemodynamics and oxygen transport.

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  • In terms of capillary haemodynamics, the effects of an abnormal blood pressure are clear.

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  • The scope of the questions in the book is broad, including areas such as applied ultrasound physics, haemodynamics, valvular problems, ischaemic heart disease, congenital heart diseases, intraoperative or surgical echocardiography, pericardial diseases and cardiac masses.

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  • "The unknown ... is what actually happens when you separate finally the cerebral circulations, because that is a change in haemodynamics (blood movement) so the pressures will be different in each twin," Holmes said.

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