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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Effects of hyperoxia on transdifferentiation of primary cultured typeii alveolar epithelial cells from premature rats.
Extracellular superoxide dismutase in the airways of transgenic mice reduces inflammation and attenuates lung toxicity following hyperoxia.
Proposed mechanisms of increased myocardial injury from hyperoxia include increased coronary vascular resistance resulting in decreased myocardial perfusion, and increased reperfusion injury from formation of free radicals.
In advanced cases, it's associated with hyperoxia (excess oxygen in tissues) and vomiting due to uremic toxins and gastric hyperacidity.
2015) Balancing the tension between hyperoxia prevention and alarm fatigue in the NICU.
In inside-out patches, single-channel currents induced by hyperoxia for a relatively short period (2 min) were maintained after the read-ministration of normoxia and reversed by the reduced form of intracellular antioxidant glutathione and dithio-threitol (DTT).
Choroidal blood-flow responses to hyperoxia and hypercapnia in men with obstructive sleep apnea.
Arterial hyperoxia and in-hospital mortality after resuscitation from cardiac arrest.
Lung damage is often exacerbated by volutrauma, hyperoxia and mechanical ventilation.
Inhaled nitric oxide enhances distal lung growth after exposure to hyperoxia in neonatal rats.