Definitions

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or characterized by low volume of blood in the circulatory system; as hypovolemic shock.

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  • adjective of or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood

Etymologies

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hypo- +‎ volemic

Examples

  • One can appreciate this by taking the example of temperature which is regulated by negative feed back mechanism and also by taking the example of loss of blood beyond 1.5 liters, which causes fall in blood pressure, to cause further and progressive fall in blood pressure which is called hypovolemic (caused by reduction in the volume of blood) shock which is caused by positive feed back mechanism.

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  • It is contraindicated in hypovolemic hyponatremia wherein further volume depletion from the ensuing aquaresis could be disastrous.

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  • It is contraindicated in hypovolemic hyponatremia wherein further volume depletion from the ensuing aquaresis could be disastrous.

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  • Massive sodium and water shifts occur, resulting in hypovolemic shock and casodilatation and later, acute renal failure.

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  • Later-stage Marburg infection is acute and can include jaundice, pancreatitis, weight loss, delirium and neuropsychiatric symptoms, hemorrhaging, hypovolemic shock and multi-organ dysfunction with liver failure most common.

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  • Not bad odds, although hypovolemic shock sounds mighty unpleasant.

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  • They give her IV fluids to prevent hypovolemic shock, and intubate her.

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  • - Fluid replacement in cases of hypovolemic shock: trauma, surgery and sepsis.

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  • Then would come hypovolemic shock from blood loss, followed by unconsciousness.

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