How do you pronounce hypoperfusion in English (1 out of 27).

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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hypoperfusion

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  1. AKI develops when hypoperfusion is severe, or when these mechanisms are compromised in
  2. For example, renal hypoperfusion, a prerenal cause, may sometimes be severe enough to induce
  3. optic nerve becomes damaged due to hypoperfusion or poor blood flow, as well as potentially
  4. be able to: define shock (hypoperfusion); discuss components for normal perfusion; list
  5. shock is easy to define. Shock, otherwise called hypoperfusion, is simply the inability
  6. of hypoperfusion (shock). Taking each element in turn, we will begin
  7. Some patients will have multiple problems responsible for their state of hypoperfusion,
  8. with each stage given that numerous factors play a part in the progression of hypoperfusion.
  9. Compensated shock is the first, early stage of hypoperfusion. In this stage, the body
  10. find itself unable to compensate fully for the issue (or issues) causing the hypoperfusion.
  11. third state of hypoperfusion, irreversible shock. By its very name, irreversible shock
  12. we will begin with a more thorough analysis of the first stage of hypoperfusion, compensated
  13. its hypoperfusion, it will begin to tire and slip into decompensated shock. Stated another
  14. thereof. Fluid loss precipitating hypoperfusion can
  15. module of this course.) In those instances where hypoperfusion results
  16. If a person is experiencing hypoperfusion due to pump failure, he or she is said to
  17. with different signs, symptoms, and respective interventions. Hypoperfusion due to container
  18. In cases where hypoperfusion results from a problem with the neurological system, the
  19. of shock, you should have a good idea of how to treat a person suffering from hypoperfusion.
  20. of children to compensate for hypoperfusion by maintaining an adequate blood pressure