Intra-anesthetic Problems - Hypotension

Intra-anesthetic Problems - Hypotension is a topic covered in the Clinical Anesthesia Procedures.

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Hypotension is a significant decrease of arterial blood pressure below the patient's usual range. It may be due to a decrease in cardiac function (contractility), systemic vascular resistance (SVR or afterload), venous return (preload), or to the presence of dysrhythmias.

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Hypotension is a significant decrease of arterial blood pressure below the patient's usual range. It may be due to a decrease in cardiac function (contractility), systemic vascular resistance (SVR or afterload), venous return (preload), or to the presence of dysrhythmias.

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