I was diagnosed with it a couple of weeks ago..I had a baby in Aug and had kidney failure ,and 2 heart attacks.So that is what caused it .But I am only 36 yrs old..Can I live long with heart failure,...
when we have hypoalbuminemia, the total calcium appears low, so we use the corrected calcium formula. but if the total calcium, that is the calcium bound to albumin is low, there should be increase ...
The equation for Cardiac output is:
Cardiac output (CO) = Stroke volume (SV) X Heart rate (HR).
By decreasing your blood volume, and lower your blood pressure, it changes the equation within your arteries and heart (circulatory system) and ultimately the heart rate will increase to balance the equation.
HR = CO/SV
The human body is constantly trying to maintain a homeostatic state, where everything is balanced.
When your blood pressure decreases your heart rate usually increases.
Are you sure that that's decrease and not just an extreme case of increase?