What Is Hemodynamically Stable?

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Hemodynamically stable refers to a situation where the blood pressure is high enough to ensure that blood gets to all parts of the body. The word comes from hemodynamics which is a branch of biology that deals with the circulation of blood. Adequate blood flow is critical as it affects the supply of oxygen to all tissues.
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