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I. Haemodynamic Disorders: Approach

This is a large topic with many terms and definitions. It appears complex, but can be approached in a very logical manner. Let’s start by looking at a very broad approach and some important DEFINITIONS.

Broad Approach and Definitions:

Following the scheme in your lectures, haemodynamic disorders can be divided into TWO main pathophysiological aspects.

  1. Disorders of Circulation   Click on each term to see the DEFINITION.
  1. Thromboembolic Disease

The mindmaps below will help you to pull back and see the BIG PICTURE.

Mindmap: Big picture Haemodynamic Disorders (Part 1)

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Mindmap: Haemodynamic Disorders 2: Thrombosis, Haemorrhage and shock

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