euvolemia

euvolemia

(yū'vō-lē'mē-a),
The presence of the proper amount of blood in the body.
[eu- + L. volumen, volume, + G. haima, blood]

euvolemic

(u-vo-lem'ik) [ eu- + vol(ume) + -emia]
Having appropriate hydration. euvolemia (-lem'e-a) Synonym: normovolemic
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In contrast, hyponatremia in SIADH is associated with either euvolemia or hypervolemia.
Since that initial observation, clinical and experimental data suggest that patients with SAH and other intracranial diseases experience hypovolemia rather than the euvolemia or hypervolemia of SIADH.
Hematocrit monitoring with Aquapheresis provides enhanced peace-of-mind and further empowers healthcare professionals in their continuing efforts to achieve the guideline-directed treatment goal of euvolemia in fluid overloaded patients," said Dave Springer, President and CEO of CHF Solutions.
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The following guidelines are from the American Academy of Neurology and presume euvolemia, systolic blood pressure over 90 mm Hg, normal p[CO.
It is important to remember that up to 50% of pulmonary edema patients may have general body euvolemia and are not actually fluid overloaded; they just have the wrong distribution of fluid in their lungs.
Aquapheresis is very effective in removing excess salt and water, and hematocrit monitoring gives an additional layer of safety in achieving euvolemia in fluid overloaded patients.
Adams and colleagues have identified patients with hypotonic hyponatremia with a serum sodium <135 mmol/L, a serum osmolality <280 mosm/kg, and euvolemia in the absence of polyuria on physical exam (4).
Symptomatic cases are generally associated with positive fluid balance as assessed by changes in body weight and euvolemia as determined by serum blood urea nitrogen, which corroborates water intoxication as a dilutional effect.
euvolemia is achieved (BNP Consensus Panel 2004: free PDF download available at www.
Renal problems can be minimized by maintaining euvolemia.
Bedside and apnea testing for brain death Bedside testing Apnea testing * Absent grimace or withdrawal * Pretest criteria: euvolemia, response to pain temperature [greater than or * Pupils unresponsive to light equal to] 36.