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- arterial blood pressure
- arterial pressure
- atmospheric pressure
- barometric pressure
- blood pressure
- capillary pressure
- central venous pressure
- cerebral perfusion pressure
- cerebrospinal pressure
- filling pressure
- hemodynamic monitoring
- high blood pressure
- intracranial pressure
- intraocular pressure
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In a sepsis study systolic pressure variation predicted the response of cardiac output to volume load better than either PCWP or left ventricular end-diastolic area, as determined by echocardiography.
Mean (SD) value Baseline 10 min Hemodynamic indices PCWP mmHg 31 (9) 27 (7) % 100 (0) 90 (19) CI L x [min.
4) Nonstandard abbreviations: HS, heat stroke; LD, lactate dehydrogenase; CK, creafine kinase; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; ALT, alanine aminotransferase; AUC, area under the curve; ECG, electrocardiogram; and PCWP, pulmonary capillary wedge pressure.
2 L/min/ m2) ve artmis PCWP (>18 mmHg) ile karakterizedir.
The effect of Veletri on CI and PCWP -- achieved without an increase in heart rate -- was maintained for the duration of the 24-hour treatment period and for at least six hours after cessation of therapy.
When the preoperative baseline level of LS infusion was compared to the continuous LS infusion, there was a significant increase in the CI of both groups and no significant change in PCWP and systolic blood pressure.
The rate and magnitude of the reduction in PCWP is suggestive of a potential role for CD-NP in rapid relief of symptoms in acute decompensated heart failure patients," said Uri Elkayam, M.
Patients that respond well to increased PCWP through the use of fluids and vasopressors have cardiac indices (CI) between 5-6 liters/ minute/m[2.
to provide accurate estimates of mean PCWP in patients with depressed EF (16).
PCWP provides information about two aspects of lung and heart function: an estimate of the lung capillary pressure, which is the fluid pressure that plays a role in pulmonary edema, and an estimate of the filling pressures of the left side of the heart.
In the assessment of the primary endpoints, ularitide significantly reduced PCWP (p<0.
PCWP estimates the heart's internal filling pressure and is a standard measure of cardiac function in patients with acute heart failure.
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