hemodynamics

[hee-moh-dahy-nam-iks, hem-oh-]
noun (used with a singular verb)
the branch of physiology dealing with the forces involved in the circulation of the blood.

Origin:
1855–60; hemo- + dynamics

hemodynamic, adjective
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hemodynamics he·mo·dy·nam·ics (hē'mə-dī-nām'ĭks)
n.
The study of the forces involved in the circulation of blood.


he'·mo·dy·nam'·ic adj.
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Hemodynamic disorders, thromboembolic disease, and shock.
Other vulnerable populations include critically ill patients and patients with pulmonary and hemodynamic instability.
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