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- adj. Of or pertaining to hemodynamics, the circulation of blood in the body.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as homodynamous in all senses.
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- adj. or of relating to or involved in hemodynamics
Correction of hemodynamic abnormalities by vesicoamniotic shunting in familial congenital megacystis.
However, it should be considered in patients with potential life-threatening situations: seizures, dysrythmias or hemodynamic instabilities.
Vascular access for invasive hemodynamic monitoring
The patient was managed with intravenous fluids in the form of 0.9% sodium chloride solution, intravenous insulin, intravenous potassium chloride and hemodynamic monitoring with a subsequent improvement in the mental status, hemodynamic parameters, acidosis and electrolyte imbalances.
The system appears to have begun with a very simple mechanism that would work satisfactorily for a low-pressure, low-flow hemodynamic system, and to have evolved over a long period of time into the complicated system necessary for humans and other mammals that have a high-pressure cardiovascular system, where leaks must be quickly stopped.
The hemodynamic effect of dietary calcium supplementation on rat renovascular hypertension.
KAGAN: Before discharge as long as he is stable from hemodynamic (ph) and pulmonary standpoint, we would like to know that he is getting adequate nutrition and he is gradually strengthening.
The hemodynamic and respiratory effects of diazepam (Valium).
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