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bloodstream

the flow of blood through the vessels of a living body

bloodstream

[′bləd ‚strēm]
(physiology)
The flow of blood in its circulation through the body.
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Since its inception ExThera's mission has been to offer simple, device-based therapies for rapid treatment of a broad spectrum of bloodstream infections--including those caused by agents for which there are no effective therapeutic drugs," noted Keith McCrea, Ph.
During the study period, we detected 147 bloodstream infections caused by gram-negative bacteria, 38 (25%) of which were caused by K.
Gender differences in risk of bloodstream and surgical site infections.
Preliminary findings indicate participating hospitals reduced the rate of central-line bloodstream infections from 1.
Past studies have shown that people who are obese have lower concentrations of PYY in their bloodstream both when fasting and after eating than their non-obese counterparts.
and her associates used a regional electronic surveillance system database to identify a cohort of Calgary area adults who had an incident bloodstream infection between 2000 and 2007.
Discuss how bloodstream and catheter exit site infections may be reduced or prevented in this patient population.
Since then, eosinopenia has been associated with a variety of clinical conditions including bloodstream infections, viral infections, therapy with corticosteroids and catecholamines, physiological stress, psychiatric conditions such as depression and some allergic diseases (6-9).
The hearing was told that Mr Beighton, who was based at the firm's branch as a reinstater and filled in holes in road surfaces, was found to have the cannabis in his bloodstream.
brucei has a complex life cycle involving dramatic environmental changes in its environment as it shift between the vertebrate bloodstream and the insect gut.
This opened the blood vessels in his lungs to increase the oxygen being captured in the bloodstream and be distributed to the rest of his body.
Once the immune cells are in the bloodstream they use other molecules called "intercellular adhesion molecules," or ICAMs, to help them exit and enter the brain or spinal cord.