hemodynamic instability

hemodynamic instability

Clinical medicine A state requiring pharmacologic or mechanical support to maintain a normal blood pressure or adequate cardiac output
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Two weeks later, laparoscopic resection was attempted but due to the size of the tumor, vascularity, bleeding and hemodynamic instability, the surgery was converted to an open procedure.
However, deflections from accuracy and reduced reliability under periods of hemodynamic instability hinder the growth of the market.
jsp ] before prescribing, particularly in relation to use of medicinal products that increase the risk of hemorrhage, concomitant systemic anticoagulant therapy, medicinal products that affect platelet aggregation, use in patients who have or develop clinically significant acute bleeding requiring blood transfusion, and patients who have hemodynamic instability.
Her postoperative course was complicated by multiorgan failure with respiratory and hepatic failure, lactic acidosis, rhabdomyolysis, and hemodynamic instability requiring nor-epinephrine.
Patients experience psychological problems and consequently hemodynamic instability in response to an invasive CA (2, 4).
Acute bacterial prostatitis is a urologic emergency that commonly presents with severe voiding symptoms and pelvic pain, and may be complicated by hemodynamic instability and sepsis.
Although persistently hypotensive at her initial presentation, she later developed hemodynamic instability systolic blood pressure of 82 mmHg.
However, they said, "We do believe that there is clearly a subset of patients, including those with hemodynamic instability or long-standing fibrostenotic disease, who are better served with a surgical intervention.
Despite fluid resuscitation and catecholamine infusions, hemodynamic instability worsened rapidly and led to the patient's death.
Hemodynamic instability is a common problem for critically-ill patients, but the decision to administer fluid in an attempt to improve cardiac output is challenging.
Patients who underwent celiotomy for hemodynamic instability or any other indication, either with or without a CT scan, were classified as being treated operatively.
Attempts to treat the metabolic alkalosis have been unsuccessful, however it was not associated with hemodynamic instability or any other apparent symptoms.