rewarming

re·warm·ing

(rē-wōrm'ing),
Application of heat to correct hypothermia.

rewarming

Emergency medicine The raising of the body temperature in a Pt with hypothermia. See Accidental hypothermia.

re·warm·ing

(rē-wōrm'ing)
Process of returing the body temperature to physiologic normal following hypothermia.

rewarming

the restoration of normal body temperature in the management of cases of hypothermia. Several methods are used: (1) passive, which relies on retention of basal heat, (2) active, which employs a heat source externally or internally ('core') with lavage, irrigation, dialysis or extracorporeal blood heating.
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Therefore, to avoid accidental hypothermia, emergency physicians and trauma surgeons should use invasive temperature monitoring, and aggressive rewarming should be performed for correcting hypothermia in severe trauma patients.
8) Circulation returned to the hand after 20 minutes of rewarming, but the patient experienced persistent paresthesias and developed ecchymoses and petechial hemorrhages over the course of 2 weeks despite normal capillary refill and a normal Allen's test.
The focus here would be effective chest compressions with rewarming.
He was rescued within 10 minutes of the alarm being raised and taken to the lifeboat station for rewarming.
Arterial blood gases (ABGs) were monitored throughout the surgery and serum lactate levels were measured at the time of rewarming, before coming off bypass.
A second sample was obtained towards the end of surgery, with the patient still on BPC and upon start of rewarming at 32[degrees]; this sample was processed in a different 360 [micro]L tray with heparinase, again with kaolin added.
During or after rewarming from hypothermia, the FPR was 0.
Objectives: Comparison of effects of propofol and isosorbide dinitrate during rewarming on cardiopulmonary bypass in patients undergoing coronary artery bypasses grafting.
Zarif also expressed satisfaction over the rewarming of ties between Russia and Turkey.
Rewarming was started, the aorta was closed, the cross clamp released and the patient was weaned off of CPB.
7) As the extremity continues to cool, the reflex is lost, and no further vasodilation occurs until rewarming is performed.
ECG (echocardiogram) and blood pressure need to be taken on rewarming of patients.