hypervolemic

hy·per·vo·le·mic

(hī'pĕr-vō-lē'mik),
Pertaining to or characterized by hypervolemia.

hy·per·vo·le·mic

(hī'pĕr-vō-lē'mik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hypervolemia.
Synonym(s): hypervolaemic.
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One of the known and potentially serious complications of hysteroscopy is the development of fluid overload, hypervolemic hyponatremia, and pulmonary edema, which can result from the intravasation of uterine distension media through the myometrium into the systemic circulation.
Thus, there is potential in harnessing copeptin concentrations to identify patients with hypervolemic hyponatremia that may specifically benefit from AVP receptor modulators.
Keywords: Hyponatremia, Serum Sodium concentration, Hypovolemic Hyponatremia, SIADH, Hypervolemic Hyponatremia.
2) Hyponatraemia can be classified according to the volume status of the patient as Hypovolemic, Hypervolemic or Euvolemic.
When it occurs, a polyurie, hypervolemic recipient twin co-exists with a hypovolemic oliguric donor.
It was previously approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for euvolemic hyponatremia and for hypervolemic hyponatremia.
Allicin treatment improved coronary perfusion pressure as compared to the CKD untreated group, although the effect was clearly appreciated from basal to hypervolemic coronary flow conditions (Figure 2(a)).
1) History of blood system diseases; (2) Multiple tumors and/or tumor metastasis; (3) Clear history of coronary heart disease preoperatively; (4) Nerve surgery and obstetrics patients; (5) Patients must be given hypervolemic hemodilution; (6) Patients had other test drugs within 3 months before the selected research or participated in other clinical trials.
Newer pharmacologic agents of interest that have been studied in euvolemic and hypervolemic hyponatremia are vasopressin-2 receptor blockers, referred to as aquaretics.
Pathophysiologically, hyponatremias are classified into two groups: hyponatremia due to non-osmotic hypersecretion of vasopressin (hypovolemic, hypervolemic, euvolemic) and hyponatremia of non-hypervaso-pressinemic origin (pseudohyponatremia, water intoxication, cerebral salt wasting syndrome) (4).
SIADH is either euvolemic or mildly hypervolemic (Barkan et al.
Effects of acute hypervolemic fluid infusion of hydroxyethyl starch and gelatin on hemostasis and possible mechanisms.