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arterial

1. of, relating to, or affecting an artery or arteries
2. denoting or relating to the usually bright red reoxygenated blood returning from the lungs or gills that circulates in the arteries
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The new study indeed showed that arterial inflammation in the HIV-positive group was correlated with levels of soluble CD163, a marker of monocyte activation.
This analysis finally brings the past to the present, in that it is the first to show that a non-systemic agent, specifically WelChol, when added to a statin, statistically reduces hs-CRP, an important marker of arterial inflammation.
It is possible that the constant fluctuation in blood oxygen levels caused by OSA may contribute to arterial inflammation, blood flow obstruction, and, eventually, increased hypertension and cardiovascular- related events," said Dr.
The trial was designed to examine the effect of various doses of DG031 on certain biomarkers linked to arterial inflammation and risk of heart attack in patients with a history of heart attack and one or more of the gene variants deCODE has linked to increased risk of the disease.
I am enthusiastic about their direct targeting of arterial inflammation, a condition involved in the initiation, progression and destabilization of atherosclerotic plaques that can lead to heart attacks and strokes.
Hazen, lead researcher for the study, said an elevated MPO level in people with cardiovascular disease indicates arterial inflammation.
Recent studies done on a Peruvian cucumber extract called Caigua, shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, have been of particular interest to me since we know now that arterial inflammation may be an even greater risk factor than high cholesterol, which can lead to coronary heart disease, heart attacks and strokes," continued Dr.
This is one of the first studies to directly evaluate the effect of an insulin-sensitizing diabetes medication, rosiglitazone, on markers of arterial inflammation and plaque biology.
The randomized, double-blind trial will evaluate astaxanthin's ability to reduce blood serum levels of C-reactive protein (or CRP), an indicator of low-grade arterial inflammation and the single strongest predictor of risk of future cardiovascular events in apparently healthy men and women.