hydremia

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hydremia

 [hi-dre´me-ah]
excess of water in the blood, so that it has a low osmolality; see also hypo-osmolality.

hy·dre·mi·a

(hī-drē'mē-ă),
A condition in which the blood volume is increased as a result of an increase in the water content of plasma, with or without a reduction in the concentration of protein; there is an excess of plasma in proportion to the cellular elements and a corresponding decrease in hematocrit.
[hydr- + G. haima, blood]

hy·dre·mi·a

(hī-drē'mē-ă)
A condition in which the blood volume is increased as a result of an increase in the water content of plasma.
Synonym(s): hydraemia.
[hydr- + G. haima, blood]

hy·dre·mi·a

(hī-drē'mē-ă)
A condition in which the blood volume is increased due to increased water content of plasma, with or without a reduction in the concentration of protein.
Synonym(s): hydraemia.
[hydr- + G. haima, blood]

hydremia (hī´drē´mēə),

n an increase in blood volume caused by an increase in serum volume. This may result from cardiac failure, renal insufficiency, pregnancy, or the intravenous administration of fluids.

hydremia

excess of water in the blood.