hyperoxia


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hyperoxia

A condition in which the total oxygen content of the body is increased above the normally existing level at sea level.
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1992) Retinal effects of carbogen dioxide, hyperoxia, and mild hypoxia.
10-12) In animal models, repeated cycles of hyperoxia and hypoxia were shown to produce more retinal neovascularisation than hypoxia or hyperoxia alone.
8] Morrow DM, Entezari-Zaher T, Romashko J, 3rd, Azghani AO, Javdan M, Ulloa L, Miller EJ, Mantell LL Antioxidants preserve macrophage phagocytosis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa during hyperoxia.
2008) reported, postnatal hyperoxia causes an arrest in growth of retinal blood vessels, as well as severe damage to retinal structure and function.
Although it is plausible that SDB, through mechanisms of enhanced intermittent sympathetic nervous activation, intermittent hypoxia, ventilatory overshoot hyperoxia, and sleep disruption may lead to alterations in lipid metabolism; the clarity of these mechanistic pathways and degree by which obesity mediates these relationships continue to be active areas of investigation.
BOLD MRI response to hypercapnic hyperoxia in patients with meningiomas: Correlation with Gadolinium-DTPA uptake rate.
The manuscript published in Pediatric Research is: Surfaxin (KL-4 surfactant) Protects Human Airway Epithelium from Hyperoxia (Zhu et al.
Considering the known effects of both hypoxia and hyperoxia, standardisation of our study methodology in this regard was considered essential (Morrow et al 2007).
Effects of suspended sediment, hypoxia, and hyperoxia on larval Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758).
Very faint ladder was detected in the cells exposed to hyperoxia in presence of surfactant/nonionic polymers like PEG/dextran.
In this study, administration of low, medium and high doses of hydrogen peroxide to mimic oxygen overload or hyperoxia was investigated.