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normothermia

[‚nȯr·mə′thər·mē·ə]
(physiology)
A state of normal body temperature.
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All participants were adult patients with temperatures within a narrow normothermic range.
Optimisation of bile production during normothermic preservation of porcine livers.
The introduction of normothermic machine will change the way we preserve organs and allow us to check the functionality of organs before transplantation.
Temperature was positively correlated with admission NIHSS scores (r = 0.315, P= .022) in patients undergoing reperfusion treatment, and febrile patients with poor temperature control had significantly higher admission NIHSS scores at baseline (median NIHSS, 14; P = .015) compared with normothermic patients (median NIHSS, 7) (Table 1).
There were notable temperature fluctuations evident in Phase Two and patients who were normothermic on arrival became hypothermic at later time periods.
Based upon extensive promising results in preclinical large animal studies in NMP porcine or rodent models [33-36], at least three commercial normothermic perfusion devices have emerged in early clinical trials till date.
posterior hypothalamic nucleus) [14] Thrombocytopenia 95 No NK x [10.sup.9]/l [14] Thrombocytopenia, Yes: (Na+ 130 Head CT: when normothermic mmol/1) bilateral (141) then 99 x periventricular [10.sup.9]/l.
Major strength of this study is the normothermic control group as the study was conducted when TH was not yet implemented in the guidelines.
After the patient was made to relax for 30 minutes in a normothermic, humidity-controlled room, thermal images of bilateral tonsillar regions with temperature measurements were obtained by an independent examiner three separate times.
Ricci et al., "A caspase inhibitor fully protects rats against lethal normothermic liver ischemia by inhibition of liver apoptosis," The FASEB Journal, vol.