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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The lower rate of LIMA usage in this group of patients is likely to be due to hemodynamic instability or a greater risk of bleeding (as these patients are often on antithrombotic and antiplatelet therapy).5,6
Keywords: Compliance, Complications, Dialysis, Dialysis adequacy, Hemodynamic instability.
The role of embolization in SBB is limited but considered successful if there is no recurrent bleed or hemodynamic instability within 30 days after the procedure (8).
Arterial complication could be life-threatening because of rapid progress of hemodynamic instability (3); therefore seeking an urgent and effective countermeasure of definite bleeding control is essential for clinicians.
Due to hemodynamic instability, emergency laparotomy was performed.
Three patients (2.5%) received blood transfusion due to intraoperative hemodynamic instability. Except hemorrhage, no other intraoperative complications were observed.
The temporary pacemaker was placed in the patient's heart owing to hemodynamic instability Anamnesis obtained from the patient did not include a history of any cardiac event and negative chronotropic drug use.
Because of her hemodynamic instability, veno-atrial ECMO was initiated 14 hours after her admission to the ICU (Figure 2).
We report a case of a patient who presented to an emergency department (ED) with flank pain and symptoms of hemodynamic instability and was soon diagnosed with WS.
Here, we reported the successful use of ECMO alone without definitive therapy in a 52-year-old man who developed an MPE after surgery for tibiofibular fractures and presented with hemodynamic instability and severe hypoxemia.