hyperdynamic circulation


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hyperdynamic circulation

abnormally increased circulatory volume with low vascular resistance and often tachycardia, a condition sometimes accompanying septic shock, preeclampsia, and other conditions.
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Dr Alhimairi added: "People who do not consume enough water may face dehydration, hypotension, fast heart rate due to hyperdynamic circulation, angina due to workload on the heart, and worsened heart failure status as they may need admissions to hospital for stabilisation.
In advanced cases, they may get cardiac arrhythmia due to the heart exhaustion, hyperdynamic circulation and electrolytes disturbance.
2) Patients of liver cirrhosis have hyperdynamic circulation manifested as high cardiac output, decreased systemic vascular resistance and widespread arterial vasodilatation.
Cardiac remodelling observed in patients with cirrhosis may be related to the presence of the hyperdynamic circulation which is hallmark of cirrhosis, in accordance to forward flow theory and peripheral vasodilatation hypothesis.
Echocardiography supported the diagnosis of a hyperdynamic circulation and high-dose noradrenaline (up to 1.
VA ECMO was not considered to be of more benefit than VV ECMO because of the hyperdynamic circulation with intact cardiac function (1,2).
Patients with severe liver disease are more susceptible to infection, which aggravates vasodilation and exacerbates the hyperdynamic circulation.
Functional studies from our lab suggested that portosystemic shunting other than elevated portal venous pressure is responsible for the altered vascular responses presented in hyperdynamic circulation in chronic portal hypertension (1).
These results indicate that chronic vasodilatation condition in portal hypertensive hyperdynamic circulation alters vascular smooth muscle contraction related gene expression.