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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Higher saturation levels (hyperoxia) were also observed in animals with PEEP 5 and 10.
Exercise performance during acute hypoxia and hyperoxia. The Journal of Experimental Biology 2001; 204: 3225-34.
Smoking reduces retinal blood flow and hyperoxia autoregulation ability of retinal vessels due to the vasoconstrictive influences of nicotine and changed endothelial function.
Effects of hypoxia and hyperoxia on oxygen-transfer properties of the blood of a viviparous snake.
[8] However, it has been shown that hyperoxia during newborn resuscitation is associated with poorer outcomes [2] and therefore the oxygen concentration should be decreased as soon as the heart rate recovers.
Hyperoxia increses arterial oxygen pressure during exercise in type 2 diabetes patients: a feasibility study.
Hypoxia in Obesityand Diabetes: PotentialTherapeutic Effects of Hyperoxia and Nitrate.
We also found that the hyperoxia study on mice resulted in broad lung cell necrosis and apoptosis, mild inflammatory response, and raised bloodstream concentration of corticosterone and decreasing NF-[kappa]B activity [58].
(5) How can 80 intermittent exposures to increased pressure and hyperoxia improve neurocognitive function in a patient with a terminal neurodegenerative disease?
Xu, "Effect of substance P on type II alveolar epithelial cells exposed to hyperoxia and its regulation of the sonic hedgehog signaling pathway," Molecular Medicine Reports, vol.
Excessive hyperoxia can lead to lung inflammation, diffuse alveolar injury, progressive pulmonary damage, and death [1].
It protects the pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells from oxidation associated with hyperoxia [175] and improves metabolism and muscle atrophy associated with aging [176].