hypodynamic


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hy·po·dy·nam·ic

(hī'pō-dī-nam'ik),
Possessing or exhibiting subnormal power or force.

hypodynamic

(hī′pə-dī-năm′ĭk)
adj.
1. Characterized by little or reduced activity or change.
2. Exhibiting an abnormally low amount of power or force, as of muscular contraction: a hypodynamic heart.

hy·po·dy·nam·ic

(hī'pō-dī-nam'ik)
Possessing or exhibiting subnormal power or force.
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Several clinical features of human sepsis are used to validate the relevance of animal models, which include two distinct periods: the hyperdynamic phase and hypodynamic phase.
Nevertheless, the hemodynamic features of septic shock have been well defined, that is, the hyperdynamic and hypodynamic phases.
The effect of mephentermine on hypodynamic and arrhythmic isolated frog hearts.
05) as the hypodynamic state in hypothyroidism reduces the renal function.
In the peritonitis group, fluid resuscitation provoked a typical hyperdynamic septic shock followed by hypodynamic shock.
The region of the abnormality was markedly hypodynamic under stroboscopic light.
Physiological solutions: Ringer solution and Hypodynamic ringer solution.
Successful reversal of resistent hypodynamic septic shock with levosimendan.
The observed changes in microcirculatory blood flow in splanchnic organs are quite heterogeneous, both in early hypodynamic and in resuscitated hyperdynamic septic shock (10).
Although levosimendan is not one of the inotropes recommended in the management of sepsis (7,8), its beneficial effects on cardiac indices cannot be ignored in patients with severe septic hypodynamic shock.
These observations suggest that it might be undesirable to administer low-dose AVP in hypodynamic septic shock without the addition of a chronotropic agent (20).