hypovolemia


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Noun1.hypovolemia - a blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
hypervolaemia, hypervolemia - a blood disorder consisting of an increase in the volume of circulating blood
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hy·po·vo·le·mi·a

n. hipovolemia, disminución del volumen de la sangre en el organismo.
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A hemodialysis technician is not aware of the subtle signs and symptoms of hypovolemia or hypervolemia.
The secretion of antidiuretic hormone is triggered by multiple osmotic stimuli like hyperglycaemia, hypovolemia, hypercapnia and pain.
Asking a patient about daily fluid intake should be a standard question, especially for older patients, who may experience hypotension and mental status changes due to hypovolemia.
Gary Leeroy Francis, 49, of Lowerhouses, near Huddersfield, died from hypovolemia - a condition where the blood pressure is reduced in a major way so critical organs can't function.
- The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved Japanese drugmaker Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.'s (TOKYO: 4502) (NYSE: TAK) second submission for its new plasma manufacturing facility near Covington, Georgia for the production of Flexbumin 25% [Albumin (Human)], USP, 25% Solution, indicated for hypovolemia, hypoalbuminemia, (burns, Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome, and nephrosis), cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, and hemolytic disease of the newborn, the company said.
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration has approved the company's second submission for its new plasma manufacturing facility near Covington, Georgia for the production of FLEXBUMIN 25% USP, 25% Solution, indicated for hypovolemia, hypoalbuminemia, cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, and hemolytic disease of the newborn.
If the process continues for a few hours, the secondary pathology, bowel ischaemia and gangrene, and related clinical features are supervened.4,13 In addition to the initial hypovolemia, due to volume loss into the obstructive bowel lumen, necrosis facilitates bacterial translocation and the absorption of toxic products, resulting in toxaemia.2
(3) Other conditions that also may prohibit routine venipuncture include obesity, chronic illness, hypovolemia, intravenous drug abuse, and vasculopathy.
Spinal CSF venous fistula: A treatable etiology for CSF leaks in craniospinal hypovolemia. Neurology.
A nurse told her to bring the girl to the emergency department.<br />The mother took the girl to the emergency room, where the girl was found to have lost 12 percent of her weight since birth and to be severely dehydrated.<br />Symptoms of dehydration included poor perfusion, or poor blood flow into body tissues; hypovolemia, or decreased volume of circulating blood; dusky and mottled skin; impaired kidney function and electrolyte abnormalities.<br />Because of the girl's hypovolemia, health care providers could not complete lab tests on her until four hours after performing an aggressive resuscitation.<br />Her lab values showed she was hypernatremic she had an elevated sodium concentration in her blood.
Of note, it has been considered that HES solutions may continue to be used in patients to treat hypovolemia caused by acute hemorrhage, when crystalloid solutions are not considered sufficient.
CSF hypovolemia due to CSF leak is compensated by an increase of blood volume such as subdural hematoma or venous engorgement, and an increase of brain volume as parenchymal swelling.