The tendency of blood vessels to become less flexible and resilient with age may reduce the brain's ability to regulate blood flow to compensate for lower cardiac output
and ensure a healthy supply of nutrients and oxygen to brain tissues.
The main technologies in the concerned market are pulse pressure analysis, Doppler cardiac output
monitoring devices, and bioimpedance and bioreactance, among others.
After the vital signs were stabilized, the S1 amplitude and standard for cardiac output
Whereas the vast majority of the literature comparing cardiac output
monitoring devices provides a comparison between specific isolated variables, clinical practice demands that all available information be assimilated to guide decisionmaking (35).
A lot of investigators think that squeezing of vena cava by a pregnant uterus is the main reason of cardiac output
decrease (Kuberger, 1992).
After increasing appropriately from pre-and postpregnancy baseline values up to 20 weeks' gestation, cardiac output
decreased significantly, from 6.
On a separate day from the maximal exercise test, cardiac output
was determined with the use of three separate submaximal arm ergometry trials.
Another cause of decreased cardiac output
occurs when heart muscle becomes overstretched.
was calculated from stroke volume and heart rate.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Low Cardiac Output
Syndrome - Pipeline Review, H1 2012', provides an overview of the Low Cardiac Output
Syndrome therapeutic pipeline.
(CO) is often used as a surrogate parameter for haemodynamic assessment, assessment of cardiac function and guiding treatment.
Adults who practice transcendental meditation show a marked decrease in total peripheral resistance while meditating, as well as an increase in cardiac output
and stroke volume.