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haemodynamically

Definitions

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  • adv. In a haemodynamic manner
  • adv. With regard to haemodynamics

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Examples

  • The efficacy of vernakalantwas evaluated at 90 minutes in a total of 390 haemodynamically stable adult patients with short duration atrial fibrillation (3 hours to 7 days).

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  • The lack of anastomoses in the vascular architecture of the deep part of the brain makes tissue more susceptible to disease and easily compromised during haemodynamically unfavourable, professor1, Tormod Fladby

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  • In haemodynamically stable patients with trauma, interventional radiology has an established role in the management of solid organ injuries

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  • Recent series suggest that in a wider range of haemodynamically unstable patients interventional radiological techniques may further reduce the number of patients needing surgery

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  • In haemodynamically unstable patients with trauma, interventional radiology is effective in stemming haemorrhage from pelvic fractures

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