As extracellular fluid volume increases, the person begins to experience oedema.
What does ECFV stand for?
ECFV stands for Extracellular Fluid Volume
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- Euclidean Conformal Field Theory (gravity)
- Extended Complex Figure Test (psychology)
- External Centerline Fuel Tank (airplanes)
- Elora Centre for the Arts (Ontario, Canada)
- East Coast Female-to-Male Group
- European Cystic Fibrosis Thematic Network (European Union project)
- Ecuadorian Confederation of Free Trade Unions
- European Confederation of Free Trade Unions in the Community
- Europejskie Centrum Finansowo Uslugowe (Polish: European Financial Center, Inc.)
- European Centre of Fruit and Vegetables (Brussels, Belgium)
- Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates
- Eastern Canada Farm Writers Association (Ontario, Canada; organization of Canadian agricultural journalists)
- Exercise Countermeasures Facility Workstation
- Erickson Creek Fault Zone (mining site; Hawthorne Gold Corp.; British Columbia, Canada)
- EATMP Communications Gateway
- École de Commerce et de Gestion (French: Business and Management School; Luxembourg)
- École en Communication Graphique (French: Graphic Communication School)
- Ecosystem Conservation Group
- Ecumenical Church of God
- Electricity Company of Ghana
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Instrumentation A multifrequency bioimpedance analyzer (XiTRON Hydra 4200, ImpediMed; San Diego, California) that we modified for the purpose of testing people with transtibial amputation was used for assessing residual-limb extracellular fluid volume change.
Diagnosis of cerebral salt-wasting syndrome (CSWS) and syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion (SIADH) (1,23) PARAMETER CSWS SIADH Serum Na (mmol/L) <135 <135 Serum osmolality (mosm/kg) <285 <285 Urine osmolality (mosm/kg) >200 >200 Urine Na (mmol/L) >25 >25 Weight [down arrow] [up arrow] Extracellular fluid volume [down arrow] N, [up arrow] Jugular venous distention - -, + Hematocrit [up arrow] [down arrow] Blood urea nitrogen [up arrow] [down arrow] Creatinine [up arrow] [down arrow] Uric acid N, [up arrow] [down arrow] Bicarbonate [up arrow] [down arrow] Plasma albumin/ [up arrow] N protein concentration Blood pressure Low, [left and Normal right arrow] Central venous <6 >6 pressure, cm H2O Pulmonary wedge <8 >8 pressure, mmHg
Using bioimpedance analysis, we measured extracellular fluid volume changes on individuals with transtibial amputation while they ambulated with either elevated vacuum sockets, suction sockets, or sockets with lock-and-pin suspension.