Definition of hemodynamic in English:

hemodynamic

Syllabification: he·mo·dy·nam·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌhēmōdīˈnamik
 
/
(British haemodynamic)

adjective

Physiology
Of or relating to the flow of blood within the organs and tissues of the body.
More example sentences
  • Before surgery is performed, care must be taken to make sure that the patient is in a stable hemodynamic state and all organs are functioning normally.
  • During one episode, critical haemodynamic instability occurred and blood product transfusion was started.
  • After extubation, patients were monitored for respiratory distress and hemodynamic stability up to 24 hours.

Derivatives

hemodynamically

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • All patients were hemodynamically stable (systolic blood pressure > 90 mm Hg).
  • However, one study documented positive results for emergency-department performance of cardioversion followed by direct discharge of hemodynamically stable patients without congestive heart failure.
  • All but two patients were studied in the postoperative period, and all patients were hemodynamically stable and receiving ventilation using the synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation mode.

hemodynamics

noun
More example sentences
  • Although breath sounds on the left improved, inspiratory pressures and hemodynamics failed to improve.
  • The first type are characteristically seen at birth and grow commensurately with the patient, possibly changing with changing hemodynamics, lymphatics, or hormonal stimulation.
  • At the end of each study period, measurements of gas exchange, hemodynamics, and respiratory mechanics were obtained.

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