normothermia

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normothermia

[‚nȯr·mə′thər·mē·ə]
(physiology)
A state of normal body temperature.
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Viscosity of normal human blood under normothermic and hypothermic conditions.
Our case report shows the successful management of two myasthenic patients for normothermic cardiac surgery with titrated cisatracurium doses without prolonged postoperative artificial lung ventilation.
Postoperative pain must be under control; patients must be normothermic and displaying a stable cardiovascular state before being discharged to the ward.
1 Body Temperature Score Normothermic during all measures 5 Temperature changed once a day 4 Altered temperature twice a day 3 Altered temperature three times a day 2 Altered temperature four times a day or more 1 Result:-- 1.
Twenty-three of the lungs were selected to undergo the new technique, which is known technically as normothermic ex vivo lung perfusion.
Rat liver injury after normothermic ischemia is prevented by a phosphinic matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor.
Basic management protocol key decisions are based on confusion and core temperature; the confused, normothermic runner should have sodium levels checked.
the animals were in normothermic condition before exposure on every day.
These finding also suggest that normothermic patients have fewer cardiac events.
This study aimed at examining whether magnolol maintains the liver graft integrity after cold preservation and elucidating the underlying mechanisms in terms of apoptotic signaling under both normothermic and hypothermic conditions.
Data have shown that encephalopathy can begin 4 minutes after the cessation of blood flow in normothermic patients.