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Relating to the physical aspects of the blood circulation.
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Relating to the physical aspects of blood circulation.
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(hē″mō-dī-nam′iks) [ hemo- + dynamics]
A study of the forces involved in circulating blood through the body.
hemodynamic, adjectivehemodynamically (-nam′i-k(ă-)lē)
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There are no randomised controlled studies in humans comparing adrenergic agents with HIET, but animal studies and case studies in humans consistently show HIET to be superior to adrenergic agents in terms of haemodynamic effects in severe CCB OD and shock.
To ensure appropriate fluid management, various haemodynamic parameters are measured during the course of the operation.
We conducted this study in our center to find and adopt a safer way of giving oxytocin after caesarian delivery with minimal haemodynamic effects.
This pilot study hypothesised that providing sufficient analgesia and attenuating surgery-induced stress response without profound vasodilation may reduce intraoperative bleeding, as well as the incidence of adverse haemodynamic effects associated with vasodilation and variable rate continuous infusions.
However, this study found no significant correlation between axial length (determining the myopic condition) and haemodynamic parameters in myopic eyes without glaucoma.
The management of such right heart thrombi remains debatable with management dictated by haemodynamic status of the patient.
Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) examination was performed to assess the major ocular vessels (i.e., ophthalmic artery, central retinal artery, and posterior ciliary artery), including the degree of stenosis and haemodynamic changes of the arteries.
In this study, the merits and demerits of spinal anaesthesia and epidural anaesthesia were confirmed and compared by a patient survey, in order to identify the most efficient method in terms of the reduction of operation time and haemodynamic stability.
"Strategy for perioperative vascular filling - Guidelines for perioperative haemodynamic optimization." Experts' Formalized Recommendations, French Society of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (SFAR), Validation by the administrative council of SFAR on 19 October 2012.
The analysis of the absorption and scattering spectra of the received light gives information about either the tissue structure for anatomical purposes or the changes in the deoxygenated and oxygenated haemoglobins reflecting the haemodynamic activity.