Meaning of haemodynamics in English:

haemodynamics

noun

Physiology

See haemodynamic

‘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.’
  • ‘To investigate the impact of increased intraabdominal pressure on respiration and hemodynamics.’
  • ‘The institution of positive-pressure ventilation in an already hyperinflated thorax can markedly worsen hemodynamics and cause abrupt falls in blood pressure including cardiac collapse.’