Hypovolemia: An abnormal decrease in volume of blood.
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Treatments for Hypovolemia
- Depending on severity
- Oral fluids
- IV fluids
- Whole blood transfusion
- Plasma transfusion
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Definitions of Hypovolemia:
A blood disorder consisting of a decrease in the volume of circulating blood
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