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anoxia

[a′näk·sē·ə]
(medicine)
The failure of oxygen to gain access to, or to be utilized by, the body tissues.
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anoxia

A condition caused by a total lack of oxygen in the blood or tissues of the body. This condition is preceded by hypoxia.
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From the perspective of mechanism, myocardial hypo perfusion scope of CHD patients with multiple coronary artery lesion is larger, and ischemia and anoxia are more severe.
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A wide range of extinction mechanisms have been proposed for the PT marine mass extinction, including marine anoxia, volcanic winter, hypercapnia, global warming, ocean acidification and increased sediment flux (Song et al., 2013).
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Another parameter noted was the terminal event, where complications of sepsis turned out to be the most frequent followed by progression of primary disease, electrolyte abnormalities, anoxia, raised ICP, ARDS, cardiogenic shock, respiratory failure, hyper-viscosity, acidosis, pulmonary embolism and intracranial bleed.
While common in fruit fly programs that have a SIT component, anoxia conditioning prior to and during irradiation is not regularly used in lepidopteran programs, but may be a beneficial hormetic treatment that could improve the field performance of sterile moths (Ashraf et al.
A few data points showed apparent positive Ce anomaly caused by a negative La anomaly (as defined by Bau & Dulski 1996), and one data point from the Nostolepis body scale showed a real positive Ce anomaly, likely reflecting pore water anoxia present in most of the depositional settings.
Las siguientes nueve causas de enfermedad correspondieron a enfermedades trasmisibles tales como las infecciones de vias respiratorias bajas con 1,445 AVISA, una tasa de AVISA de 1.8, AVPP de 985 y AVPD de 460; anoxia, asfixia y trauma al nacimiento con 1,058 AVISA, una tasa de AVISA de 1.3, AVPP de 1,054 y AVPD de 3, otras infecciones con 1.051 AVISA, una tasa de AVISA de 1.3, AVPP de 274 y AVPD de 776; otras enfermedades cardiovasculares y osteomusculares, las anomalias congenitas, los tumores malignos y los tumores de cuello uterino con un 99% de AVPP.
Anoxia tolerance and antioxidant defences in the green-lipped mussel Perna viridis (Linnaeus, 1758) under acute cadmium exposure
Em recem-nascidos e lactentes a perda auditiva pode ocorrer por causas pre-natais (heranca genetica, sindromes geneticas, malformacoes da orelha interna, infeccoes congenitas pelo virus da rubeola, citomegalovirus, herpes, toxoplasmose e sifilis, e tambem pelo uso de substancias teratogenicas durante a gestacao); peri-natais (anoxia, prematuridade, peso abaixo de 1500 gramas, hiperbilirrubinemia, traumatismo craniano, trauma sonoro) ou pos-natais (causas metabolicas, como hipotireoidismo e diabetes, infeccoes virais como rubeola, varicela-zoster, influenza, caxumba, citomegalovirus, entre outros, labirintite e meningite bacteriana, encefalite e otite media cronica).