Total lung resistance (RL) and mean arterial blood pressure were measured.
What does MABP stand for?
MABP stands for Mean Arterial Blood Pressure
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- Mid-Atlantic Brewing News
- Mid-Atlantic Bight National Undersea Research Center (NOAA)
- Manitoba Association of Basketball Officials (Manitoba, Canada)
- Marianas-Bonins Group (US Navy)
- Metro All-Breed Obedience Club (Benbrook, TX; dog training club)
- Manas Air Base Outreach Society
- Master of Advanced Business Practice (degree)
- Maximal Anal Basal Pressure (gastroenterology)
- Maximum Allowable Back Pressure
- Mean Ambulatory Blood Pressure
- Multi-Armed Bandit Problem (mathematics)
- Mexican American Business and Professional Association (California)
- Multiple Addictive Behaviors Questionnaire
- Manchester and Birmingham Railway
- Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (wastewater treatment)
- Mid America Basset Rescue (now BassetsRus Retirement Ranch, Inc.; Oskaloosa, KS)
- Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve (Durham, NC)
- Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association
- Mid America Bigfoot Research Center
- Major Accounts Billing System
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Position did not affect heart rate, mean arterial blood pressure, or indirect blood pressure, although heart rate decreased during the anesthetic period.
Carbachol infusion induced preconditioning with a marked depression of mean arterial blood pressure, heart rate and the total number of ventricular ectopic beats.
These systems were limited and often allowed only an approximation of mean arterial blood pressure, but they appear to have been widely used in the early years of arterial pressure monitoring (7-9).
In a German study of 60 patients with moderate to severe OSA, those given "therapeutic" levels of CPAP for an average of 9 weeks had a 95% reduction in apneas and hypopneas and a decrease in mean arterial blood pressure of 9.
Heart rate and mean arterial blood pressure were similar in the three groups.
We recorded the following covariables: patient's age, gender, ASA physical status, type of hernia, type and time of surgery, mean arterial blood pressure and pulse rate before and after the anesthetic techniques, the time of first oral intake after surgery (the time until oral intake in the surgical ward), the time-to-home readiness (meeting the criteria for discharge home from the day surgery unit), and the first rescue analgesic time (the time until administration of the first supplemental analgesia in the surgical ward).
One study concluded that a fall in systolic and mean arterial blood pressure was problematic with IRV when an I:E of 2:1 or greater was used.