cardiocirculatory


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cardiocirculatory

[¦kärd·ē·ō′sər·kyə·lə‚tȯr·ē]
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Functional compromise is expressed in quantitative terms in changes in the metabolic index, increase in the insulin resistance, drop of the glucose tolerance, loss of bone mass, decrease of the cardiocirculatory response, and increase of the fat mass, among others.
In addition, cardiocirculatory protection of females due to the effect of hormones during their fertile years is a major contribution.
Szabo et al., "Cardiocirculatory effects of acutely increased intracranial pressure and subsequent brain death," European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, vol.
3 (three) systems for ardiocirculatory assistance in patients with severe heart failure, With an estimated supply of 9 cardiac pumps / year and the relative type of dedicated consumption material, Accessories and so on, For the execution of cardiocirculatory assistance for 4 years (48 months) .nr.gara: 6705343 lot 1 cig: 70284436a4.
The presence of cardiocirculatory dysfunction in liver cirrhosis has been described since 1960s, but it was erroneously attributed to alcoholic cardiomyopathy, which is usually a dilated cardiomyopathy characterised by increased ventricular volumes and a decreased ejection fraction.
Comparison of cardiocirculatory and thermal strain of male firefighters during fire suppression to exercise stress test and aerobic exercise testing.
The recommendations include creating an intent-to-donate registry; expanding donation criteria to include donations after cardiocirculatory death; setting performance targets; establishing a donor liaison position; and providing awareness campaigns and education to the general public, school children, and health care professionals.
Reduced cardiocirculatory complications with unrestricted visiting policy in an intensive care unit: Results from a pilot, randomized trial.
NA-SCAD is linked to many precipitating factors that include fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), pregnancy, systemic inflammatory diseases, hormonal therapy, multiparity, and cardiocirculatory stress, and about 20% of cases were idiopathic [1, 3].
Deep hypothermia around 32[degrees]C may increase the risk for severe cardiocirculatory complications [1, 2].
The main reasons for admission to ICU were as follows: neurologic emergencies in 23 patients (31.5%); respiratory failure in 19 (26.0%); cardiocirculatory emergencies in 14 (19.2%); other infections in 3 (4.1%); hematologic disorders in 3 (4.1%); trauma in 3 (4.1%); septic shock in 2 (2.7%); renal failure in 2 (2.7%); diabetes in 2 (2.7%); malignancy in 1 (1.4%), and acute abdomen in 1 (1.4%).