Medical Definition of Cardiovascular deconditioning

1. A change in cardiovascular function, especially after periods of actual or simulated weightlessness or diminished power or strength, probably related to the shift of a quantity of blood from the lower limbs to the thorax, resulting in reflex diuresis and a reduction of blood volume. (12 Dec 1998)



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