Leg oedema improved but a marked decrease in systemic arterial pressure (87/45 mmHg) was noted.
What does SAP stand for?
SAP stands for Systemic Arterial Pressure
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- Sync Alignment Protocol
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- Substance Abuse Prevention Services Information System (Wisconsin)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The systemic arterial pressures and the central venous pressures were monitored invasively, whereas the cardiac rhythms, oxygen saturations, and body temperatures were monitored non-invasively.
In patients with low systemic arterial pressure, TYVASO may cause symptomatic hypotension.
Comparison of direct and indirect measures of systemic arterial pressure during weightlifting in coronary artery
Although sildenafil was administered orally, it strongly reduced pulmonary arterial pressure, while only moderately decreasing mean systemic arterial pressure.
By peripheral cannulation of an artery in the ear, systemic arterial pressure was continuously monitored.
In this report, systemic arterial pressure changes were clinically insignificant in all patients, PAP and PAOP decreased, SV[O.
This morphology was predicted with considerable confidence preoperatively from the patient's age (<65 years) and the presence of aortic stenosis, a dilated aortic root and ascending aorta, and normal systemic arterial pressure (11, 12, 16).