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Aquapheresis is used to treat a condition called fluid overload or hypervolemia.
An increase in blood volume (hypervolemia), and a low potassium level (hypokalemic alkalosis) also occur.
Very interestingly the opposite can also occur ie overhydration as well as hypervolemia.
First measure of precaution would be to check patient for signs and symptoms of asthmatic hypervolemia.
In the absence of Hypervolemia, administering intravenous fluids is typically the first step to improve renal function.
It is released in response to atrial stretch and a variety of other signals induced by hypervolemia, exercise, or caloric restriction.
Fluid overload (hypervolemia) causes decreased hemoglobin concentration and apparent anemia:
As with any intravenously administered fluid, excessive amounts of FFP may result in hypervolemia and cardiac failure.
General causes of hypervolemia include excessive sodium or fluid intake, sodium or water retention and fluid shift into the intravascular space.
Trimecaine must not be used at hypersensitivity on amide anesthetics, hypervolemia, hypotension, cardial conduction defects, asystole, cardiogenic shock and malignant hyperthermia in anamnesis.
Hypervolemic hyponatremia - Both sodium & water content increase: Increase in sodium content leads to hypervolemia and water content to hyponatremia.
Contributing factors include factors that favor increased filtration of fluid from pulmonary capillaries (e.g., low concentration of plasma proteins, high alveolar surface tension, lung damage, hypervolemia).
Excessive fluid in the circulatory system (hypervolemia) can worsen hypoxia because it can cause fluid leakage from injured capillaries (pulmonary edema), which are more permeable than normal.
Hyperactivity of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system is manifested by hypertension with hypervolemia which is severe and not responsive (or minimally responsive) to medications/lifestyle modifications that would usually control essential hypertension.
In 1674, he broke down "like dead" from two strikes of hypervolemia, and his chronic diseases made it nearly impossible for him to fulfill the tasks of commanding the Swedish forces in the Scanian War.
Immediate cord clamping may deprive the infant of placental blood, and previous reports suggest that a long delay may lead to adverse effects due to hypervolaemia.
There is greater awareness of the problems of excessive placental transfusion (hyperbilirubinaemia, polycythaemia and hypervolaemia) than of the hazards of hypovolaemia, but claims of reduced preterm mortality with delayed umbilical cord ligation have been made for years.
On the basis of this theory, any factor or disease that would increase pulmonary vascular pressures (e.g. hypervolaemia) or increase the magnitude of the negative pressures in the lung during inspiration (e.g. dynamic upper airway obstruction) would be expected to increase the severity of EIPH.