Dental Physiological Phenomena: Physiological processes and properties of the DENTITION.Digestive System and Oral Physiological Phenomena: Properties and processes of the DIGESTIVE SYSTEM and DENTITION as a whole or of any of its parts.Reproductive and Urinary Physiological Phenomena: Physiology of the human and animal body, male or female, in the processes and characteristics of REPRODUCTION and the URINARY TRACT.Musculoskeletal and Neural Physiological Phenomena: Properties, and processes of the MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM and the NERVOUS SYSTEM or their parts.Circulatory and Respiratory Physiological Phenomena: Functional processes and properties characteristic of the BLOOD; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; and RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.Integumentary System Physiological Phenomena: The properties and relationships and biological processes that characterize the nature and function of the SKIN and its appendages.Sports Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology related to EXERCISE or ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE.Reproductive Physiological Phenomena: Physiological processes, factors, properties and characteristics pertaining to REPRODUCTION.Physiological Phenomena: The functions and properties of living organisms, including both the physical and chemical factors and processes, supporting life in single- or multi-cell organisms from their origin through the progression of life.Elder Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology of adults aged 65 years of age and older.Urinary Tract Physiological Phenomena: Properties, functions, and processes of the URINARY TRACT as a whole or of any of its parts.Musculoskeletal Physiological Phenomena: Processes and properties of the MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM.Virus Physiological Phenomena: Biological properties, processes, and activities of VIRUSES.Digestive System Physiological Phenomena: Properties and processes of the DIGESTIVE SYSTEM as a whole or of any of its parts.Blood Physiological Phenomena: Physiological processes and properties of the BLOOD.Adolescent Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology of children aged 13-18 years.Ocular Physiological Phenomena: Processes and properties of the EYE as a whole or of any of its parts.Nervous System Physiological Phenomena: Characteristic properties and processes of the NERVOUS SYSTEM as a whole or with reference to the peripheral or the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.Cell Physiological Phenomena: Cellular processes, properties, and characteristics.Respiratory Physiological Phenomena: Physiological processes and properties of the RESPIRATORY SYSTEM as a whole or of any of its parts.Skin Physiological Phenomena: The functions of the skin in the human and animal body. It includes the pigmentation of the skin.Prenatal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutrition of FEMALE during PREGNANCY.Plant Physiological Phenomena: The physiological processes, properties, and states characteristic of plants.Bacterial Physiological Phenomena: Physiological processes and properties of BACTERIA.Cardiovascular Physiological Phenomena: Processes and properties of the CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM as a whole or of any of its parts.Maternal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutrition of a mother which affects the health of the FETUS and INFANT as well as herself.Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology of children aged 2-12 years.Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: The processes and properties of living organisms by which they take in and balance the use of nutritive materials for energy, heat production, or building material for the growth, maintenance, or repair of tissues and the nutritive properties of FOOD.Infant Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology of children from birth to 2 years of age.Raynaud Disease: An idiopathic vascular disorder characterized by bilateral Raynaud phenomenon, the abrupt onset of digital paleness or CYANOSIS in response to cold exposure or stress.Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena: Nutritional physiology of animals.No-Reflow Phenomenon: Markedly reduced or absent REPERFUSION in an infarct zone following the removal of an obstruction or constriction of an artery.Time Factors: Elements of limited time intervals, contributing to particular results or situations.Models, Biological: Theoretical representations that simulate the behavior or activity of biological processes or diseases. For disease models in living animals, DISEASE MODELS, ANIMAL is available. Biological models include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.

*  Blood Physiological Phenomena - Biodiversity Heritage Library
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*  The role of baseline in the cutaneous vasoconstrictor responses during combined local and whole body
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*  Satyabrata Sarkar
, investigating physiological phenomena in plants and then studying ... and used for physiological investigations. Zentralblatt 77, 1–49,...
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*  Neurohumoral mechanism of space motion sickness.
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*  Ellen Albertini Dow
... {{Infobox person name = Ellen Albertini Dow birth name = Ellen Rose Albertini image =Ellen Albertini Dow.jpg caption = Ellen Albertini Dow in ' The Wedding Singer ' birth date =. 'Ellen Rose Albertini Dow' November 16, 1913 – May 4, 2015 was an American character actress. Dow's other film roles include the elderly lady who "outs" her grandson in ' Wedding Crashers ', Disco Dottie in ' 54 ', the recipient of Christopher Lloyd 's character's slapstick in ' Radioland Murders ' and a choir member in ' Sister Act '. Career Personal life Death. Filmography Film. Television. See also References External links. Albertini was born on November 26, 1913 in Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania,, businessinsider.com; accessed November 17, 2014. 4 Filmography. American comedy film. American drama film written and directed by Mark Christopher director. 7 ' The Wedding Singer '. American romantic comedy film written by Tim Herlihy and directed by Frank Coraci. American comedy film directed by David Dobkin director. 9 Television. ...
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*  .. Legend of Calcio: Demetrio Albertini .. Great Calcio Sides: Inter 2006-2010 .. Classic Azzurri
Calcio Greats / Classic Calcio. By Kevin Pogorzelski. Legend of Calcio: Demetrio Albertini. Join the team at Forza Italian Football. While Andrea Pirlo is currently the epitome of the modern midfield creator, people often forget that fellow Italian international Demetrio Albertini was delivering equally exceptional performances over two decades ago as AC Milan were brushing teams aside in Serie A and Europe. However, over the next three years the young midfielder would make just one further league appearance. He made 28 appearances as they captured the Serie A title in 1991-92 and became a fixture in the first team. Albertini went on to help the Rossoneri win two more Scudetti and reach three consecutive Champions League finals. That they won just one of those three finals, against Barcelona in 1994, unfortunately does not do justice to how strong that Milan side were. A fixture in the Azzurri side, Albertini was closely connected to failures during a decade with Italy. Coincidentally, that year his heir appa...
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BioMed Central journals in the news Charlotte Webber 23 Sep 2008 BioMed Central’s journals have dominated the media in the last two months. Research ranging from glowing fish to a comparison of commercial weight loss programmes all proved to be popular stories in the news around the world. In August, a. BMC Psychiatry article about the link between severe acute maternal stress and the development of schizophrenia captured the media’s attention with coverage in the Jerusalem Post, Scientific American and New Scientist. Then. Respiratory Research’s. article about early life environment and snoring gained considerable interest including Nursing in Practice, Channel 4 News and The Scotsman. Research published in. BMC Cancer exploring adverse life events as a contributing factor in the development of breast cancer also attracted the media’s attention, including stories on the BBC, The Washington Post and Reuters. . An article from. Genome Biology detailing new software called Proteopedia made news in the c...
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*  Neocyema
'Neocyema erythrosoma' is a species of pelagic fish, a deep-water bobtail snipe eel in the family 'Cyematidae'. It was first described by Peter Castle in 1978 after two specimens were caught at great depths in the south Atlantic Ocean in 1971. Further specimens have since been caught in the North Atlantic. 2 Description Distribution Larval form References. Description. 'Neocyema erythrosoma' has an elongated arrow-shaped body and grows to a maximum length of 16cm}}. It is laterally compressed and has a long narrow snout with delicate, fine-boned jaws and small teeth. Distribution. At first 'Neocyema erythrosoma' was only known from the southeast Atlantic Ocean near South Africa where, in 1971, the first two specimens were caught at depths of between 2000and. Two years later a Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans research vessel caught another specimen in the [[The Gully Atlantic. Larval form. In 1909, Schmidt described a larval form of an eel that had been found in the northeast Atlantic and named it '...
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*  Environment (biophysical)
Environment biophysical. Environment biophysical. The 'biophysical environment' is the biotic and abiotic surrounding of an organism or population, and consequently includes the factors that have an influence in their survival, development and evolution. 1 The biophysical environment can vary in scale from microscopic to global in extent. The expression "'the environment'" often refers to a singular global environment in relation to humanity. Life/environment interaction Related studies See also References Bibliography. Life/environment interaction. This process consisted in the breakdown of carbon dioxide by anaerobic microorganisms that used the carbon in their metabolism and released the oxygen to the atmosphere. 3 Related studies. Environmental science is the study of the interactions within the biophysical environment. Part of this scientific discipline is the investigation of the effect of human activity on the environment. Ecology, a sub-discipline of biology and a part of environmental sciences, is ...
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*  Rhizomes: Issue 19: Bill Albertini
Drawing on Preston's importance in establishing the discursive terrain of contemporary contagion narratives, in this essay I focus attention on Preston's most famous and widely read book, The Hot Zone , and the film that it unofficially inspired, Wolfgang Petersen's Outbreak 1995 ; as two of the most widely experienced global contagion narratives in the 1990s a period that saw the explosion of these such texts and the concretizing of contagion rhetoric they act as Ur- texts structuring the discourse of global contagion that remains influential today. The imagined pricking of Monet's finger begins the obsessive focus on abjection, specifically abject bodies and fluids but also, as above, abject spaces that structure the representation of illness in The Hot Zone and most contagion narratives. At the contagious moment the pricking of Monet's thumb the body begins the process of becoming disease, of transforming from the human into the viral, into the "Not me" by which Kristeva characterizes the abject. Such an a...
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*  Physiome
... The 'physiome' of an individual's or species ' physiological state is the description of its functional behavior. The physiome describes the physiological dynamics of the normal intact organism and is built upon information and structure genome, proteome, and morphome. The term comes from "physio-" nature and "-ome" as a whole. In its broadest terms, it should define relationships from genome to organism and from functional behavior to gene regulation. In the context of the 'IUPS Physiome Project', it includes integrated models of components of organisms, such as particular organ s or cell systems, biochemical, or endocrine systems. The IUPS Physiome Project is a worldwide effort to define the physiome through the development of databases and models which will facilitate the understanding of the integrative function of cells, organs, and organisms. The project is focused on compiling and providing a central repository of databases, linking experimental information and computational models from many labor...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - How Genes/expression Determine Organism Shape
Biology-Online View topic - How Genes/expression Determine Organism Shape. Login Welcome to biology-online.org. Biology-Online. General Biology. How Genes/expression Determine Organism Shape. Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects. Reply with quote. How Genes/expression Determine Organism Shape by Apophenia. Fri May 17, 2013 5:22 am Can anyone give a relatively general account on how DNA and gene expression determine an organism's physical shape, i.e., size, skeletal structure, body shape, etc. How is it that their physical shape comes about. Garter Posts: 1 Joined: Fri May 17, 2013 4:52 am. Reply with quote. Re: How Genes/expression Determine Organism Shape by Cat. Mon May 20, 2013 1:41 pm Organism's shape is determined through cell to cell interactions leading to cell differentiation and/or cell death. Cells in layer 1 and 3 sense another cell layer on one side only and environment on the other side. Any defects in cell to cell signaling sensing neighboring cells results...
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*  The Journal of Physiology - - Wiley Online Library
... The Journal of Physiology. Journal Home. FIND ISSUES. Current Issue. All Issues. Virtual Issues. ABOUT THIS JOURNAL. Society Information. Symposium Issues. Special Issues. The Journal of Physiology. The Physiological Society. Published by The Journal of Physiology. Catterall 2012, Voltage-gated sodium channels at 60: structure, function and pathophysiology. 'Biophysics and Beyond' Virtual Issue, we are pleased to publish another collection of high-impact biophysics and cell physiology papers in this 'Biophysics and Discovery' Virtual Issue. The articles have been selected by Deputy Editor-in-Chief Yoshihiro Kubo and show the broad scope of biophysics papers published in The Journal of Physiology in the last 12 months. themed issue celebrating 60 years since Hodgkin and Huxley published their seminal 1952 papers on voltage-gated ion channels, and we have also included biophysically related papers that formed a. computational physiology issue on the cardiac physiome. Peter Hunter discusses his computationa...
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*  Description of Guyton volume receptors module — Physiome Model Repository
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*  Project abstract for group reichpb | Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
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*  Addiction Inbox: Epigenetics and Addiction
... skip to main. skip to sidebar. Addiction Inbox. The Science of Substance Abuse Dirk Hanson Articles and health studies about drugs, addiction and alcoholism, including the most recent scientific and medical findings. Friday, May 30, 2008. Epigenetics and Addiction. Turning off the genes for substance abuse. If psychiatric disorders, including depression and addiction, are rooted in nature, but modified by nurture, some better way of viewing the interaction between genes and the environment is desperately needed. Enter "epigenetics," defined as the study of how gene expression can be modified without making direct changes to the DNA. Writing in Science News, Tina Hesman Saey explains that "epigenetic mechanisms alter how cells use genes but don't change the DNA code in the genes themselves.... The ultimate effect is to finely tune to what degree a gene is turned on or off. Often the fine tuning is long-lasting, setting the level of a gene's activity for the lifetime of the cell." A common form of epigenet...
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*  Tyson, 1991 — Physiome Model Repository
tyson physiome model repository search models models home exposures documentation log in you are here home exposures tyson info tyson model status this cellml version of the model has been checked in cor and opencell and the model runs to replicate the results in the original published paper the units have been checked and are consistent model structure abstract the proteins cdc and cyclin form a heterodimer maturation promoting factor that controls the major events of the cell cycle a mathematical model for the interactions of cdc and cyclin is constructed simulation and analysis of the model show that the control system can operate in three modes as a steady state with high maturation promoting factor activity as a spontaneous oscillator or as an excitable switch we associate the steady state with metaphase arrest in unfertilized eggs the spontaneous oscillations with rapid division cycles in early embryos and the excitable switch with growth controlled division cycles typical of nonembryonic cells the orig...
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*  Corrias, Buist, 2007 — Physiome Model Repository
... Search Models. Models Home. Exposures. Exposures /. Corrias, Buist, 2007. Corrias, Buist, 2007. Model Status. This CellML version of the model has been encoded by the model author, Alberto Corrias, and is known to produce correct results in JSim and CellMLSimulator. It also passes the online PyCml validation tests with no errors or warnings. This model includes the specification of four pseudo ICC stimulus pulses with a 20s period. The coordinated activity of the enteric nervous system ENS, interstitial cells of Cajal ICC, and smooth muscle SM cells is required to generate gastric motility. While the ICC provide a constant source of electrical activity, and can be regarded as the pacemaker of the gastrointestinal GI system, the ENS adds an extra level of control. In combination the ICC and ENS act as a stimulus, causing the SM cells to contract and generate slow wave activity in the GI. SM cells themselves are unable to generate or propagate slow waves autonomously. Instead they response to the electrica...
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*  .. For Family Caregivers, Older Americans Act Provides Help .. KHN Morning Briefing
khn morning briefing summaries of health policy coverage from major news organizations may email twitter facebook linkedin print email twitter facebook linkedin print for family caregivers older americans act provides help pbs newshour looking to the past in caring for aging americans in the future it s been nearly years since president lyndon johnson signed the older americans act oaa in the white house rose garden so why look back to the past this week the pbs newshour is airing the first report in series on long term care in america we follow rebecca wyant a small business owner from tucson ariz and full time caregiver for her mother mary who suffers from alzheimer s her story illustrates how the oaa has remained relevant for communities across the country as the population ages brown this is part of the khn morning briefing a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations sign up for an email subscription email twitter facebook linkedin print we want to hear from you contact khn previous ...
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... Employer Login. Post A Job. Rates. Search Jobs. Jobs By Company. Search Jobs. Keyword or Job ID. City, State. Advanced Search. Kerber Companies. Box 96 1901 Main St. Emmetsburg, IA 50536 Phone: 712-852-8550 Web: www.kerbercompanies.com. Kerber Companies is comprised of several divisions that are dedicated to providing a complete solution to the animal agriculture industry with a focus on the swine industry. We have a long history beginning in 1922 when Fred Kerber purchased a small flour mill in Emmetsburg, Iowa providing products to bakeries and livestock producers as North Iowa Wholesale Co. The passion for feeding livestock lives on through every part of our growing business. Kerber Companies is truly unique, existing today as an independent, regional, family-owned and operated feed manufacturer serving livestock producers in four states. Kerber Milling Company, our parent company, provides complete nutritional services to livestock producers, both cattle and swine, in a 4 state area. Kerber Milling i...
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*  Neuromechanics
It studies in combination the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems and how they interact to produce motion about a joint to complete a motor task. 1 The muscular system, specifically skeletal muscle, creates movement around bone joints, and the central nervous system is imperative in directing skeletal muscles in motor movements. Muscle Synergies Muscle synergy hypothesis. Adaptation Injury. Practice. Neuroscience is the study of the nervous system. The nervous system is divided into two sub-systems: the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system. 3 The peripheral nervous system is then composed of three sub-systems: the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system, and the visceral nervous system. 5 Though the somatic nervous system is part of the peripheral nervous system, motion also involves use of elements of the central nervous system: the brain and the spinal cord. Inverted Pendulum Theory. Motor nerves innervate skeletal muscles and cause contraction upon command from the cent...
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*  Fields Institute Audio/Slides - Wilkie
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- How Viruses Work. How Stuff Works Science. Adventure Animals Auto Culture Entertainment Health Home Garden Lifestyle Money Science Tech Video Shows Quizzes. Science /. Life Science /. Cellular Microscopic Biology. How Viruses Work by Craig Freudenrich, Ph.D. Introduction to How Viruses Work. If you have read How Cells Work, you know how both bacteria cells and the cells in your body work. Viruses are nothing like that. Viruses are about a thousand times smaller than bacteria, and bacteria are much smaller than most human cells. Viruses are so small that most cannot be seen with a light microscope, but must be observed with an electron microscope. A virus particle, or virion, consists of the following: Nucleic acid - set of genetic instructions, either DNA or RNA, either single-stranded or double-stranded see How Cells Work for details on DNA and RNA Coat of protein - surrounds the DNA or RNA to protect it Lipid membrane - surrounds the protein coat found only in some viruses, including influenza; these type...
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Computer Viruses Infection Prevention and Protection Guide. How viruses possibly get into my computer. How to prevent my computer from infection by viruses. These are two popular questions which many people frequently asked me. These are good questions. It is a good idea to know how to prevent before something bad happen. You will able to answer to these questions after reading the following explanation:. How Viruses Get Into User Computer. There are many types of computer viruses as well as possible means that viruses can get into your computer especially if your computer has no anti-virus program installed or has poor antivirus program or the out of date one. Read more to see what possible means are:. 1 Data Storage Devices. The nature of viruses is that it can replicate itself and attach to file or program. Since data storage devices like flash drive, external hard disk and memory card are very popular today. Viruses can easily copy themselves and spread from one computer to another through these storage d...
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*  Scientists identify how virus triggers cervical and mouth cancer
... Home. Medicine Health. Cancer. December 14, 2010 Scientists identify how virus triggers cervical and mouth cancer December 14, 2010 University of Manchester scientists have discovered for the first time an important new way in which the human papilloma virus HPV triggers cancer in what could lead to new treatments for cervical and mouth cancer. HPV infection is known to increase the risk of developing cancers of the cervix and mouth with the two high-risk forms of the virus accounting for approximately 70% of all cervical cancer cases. Vaccinations against these high-risk forms of HPV should reduce the incidence of cervical cancer but the frequency of mouth cancer actually increased in the UK by about 50% between 1989 and 2007, a trend that seems to be accelerating. If the current vaccines prove effective at preventing oral HPV infection, the authors claim their findings provide additional justification for the current programme of vaccinating young girls and may also lend support to extending the progra...
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*  Gastrointestinal physiology
... GI peptides. The other type of contractions, called phasic contractions, consist of brief periods of both relaxation and contraction, occurring in the posterior stomach and the small intestine, and are carried out by the muscularis externa. The stimulation for these contractions likely originates in modified smooth muscle cells called interstitial cells of Cajal. HCO 3 − secretion occurs to neutralize the acid secretions that make their way into the duodenum of the small intestine. The second vital secretion of the GI tract is that of digestive enzymes that are secreted in the mouth, stomach and intestines. Some of these enzymes are secreted by accessory digestive organs, while others are secreted by the epithelial cells of the stomach and intestine. Mucus is made by two types of specialized cells termed mucus cells in the stomach and goblet cells in the intestines. Bile is secreted into the duodenum of the small intestine via the common bile duct. These salts are formed in the hepatocytes from bile acid...
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*  Project: Gastrointestinal functions in autism
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*  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) - The Virtual Cell by Leslie Loew, Univ. of
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications IMA - The Virtual Cell by Leslie Loew, Univ. of Connecticut Health Center. Main navigation. Main content Go to the U of M home page OneStop myU. Search U of M Web sites. College of Science and Engineering. HOME. PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES Annual Thematic Program PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES Annual Thematic Program. Postdoctoral Fellowships. Hot Topics and Special. Abel Conferences. Public Lectures. New Directions. PI Programs. Industrial Programs. Seminars. Be an Organizer. Annual. Hot Topics. PI Summer. PI Conference. Applying to Participate. Talk Abstract The Virtual Cell. Leslie Loew, Univ. of Connecticut Health Center The Virtual Cell is a fully modular general framework for modeling cell biological processes. An intuitive JAVA interface includes options for database access, geometry definition including directly from experimental images, specification of compartment topology, species definition and assignment, chemical reaction input, and computational mesh. Deterministic a...
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... Nutrition and weight management before and during :pregnancy has a profound effect on the development of infants. This is a rather critical time for healthy fetal development as infants rely heavily on maternal stores and nutrient for optimal growth and health outcome later in life. Prenatal nutrition has a strong influence on birth weight and further development of the infant. Although maternal consumption will directly affect both herself and the growing fetus, over eating excessively will compromise the baby's health as the infant will have to work extra hard to become healthy in the future. Maintaining a healthy weight during gestation lowers adverse risks on infants such as birth defects, as well as chronic conditions in adulthood such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease CVD. The "Barker Hypothesis", or Thrifty phenotype, states that conditions during pregnancy will have long-term effects on adult health. Babies born lighter in weight appear to have an increased rate of mortality than b...
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*  Polyamines: molecules with regulatory functions in plant abiotic stress tolerance - Springer
... Search Options. Advanced Search. Search Help. Search Menu. Sign up / Log in English. Deutsch. Academic edition. Corporate edition. Skip to: Main content Side column. Home. Contact Us. Look Inside. Get Access. Find out how to access preview-only content. Review. Planta May 2010, Volume 231, Issue 6, pp 1237-1249 First online: 11 March 2010. Polyamines: molecules with regulatory functions in plant abiotic stress tolerance. Rubén Alcázar. Affiliated with Max-Planck Institut für Züchtungsforschung., Teresa Altabella. Affiliated with Departament de Productes Naturals, Biologia Vegetal i Edafologia, Facultat de Farmàcia, Universitat de Barcelona., Francisco Marco. Affiliated with Fundacion CEAM., Cristina Bortolotti. Affiliated with Departament de Productes Naturals, Biologia Vegetal i Edafologia, Facultat de Farmàcia, Universitat de Barcelona., Matthieu Reymond. Affiliated with Max-Planck Institut für Züchtungsforschung., Csaba Koncz. Affiliated with Max-Planck Institut für Züchtungsforschung., Pedro Carrasco...
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*  Ideal cardiovascular Health and Mortality: The Aerobics Center Longitudinal Study | SciVee
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*  Cardiovascular physiology and anatomy core lecture by Wayne Pearce on Prezi
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*  Cardiovascular physiology
... 'Cardiovascular physiology' is the study of the circulatory system, specifically addressing the physiology of the heart "cardio" and blood vessel s "vascular". These subjects are sometimes addressed separately, under the names 'cardiac physiology' and 'circulatory physiology'. Heart Regulation of blood pressure Hemodynamics. Regional circulation References External links. Heart. Cardiac physiology. Cardiac output = heart rate * stroke volume. Can also be calculated with Fick principle. Stroke volume = end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume Ejection fraction = stroke volume / end-diastolic volume Cardiac Output is mathematically ` to Systole. * Cardiac input = heart rate * suction volume Can be calculated by inverting terms in Fick principle Suction volume = end-systolic volume + end-diastolic volume Injection fraction =suction volume / end-systolic volume Cardiac input is mathematically ` to Diastole. Frank–Starling law of the heart Wiggers diagram Pressure volume diagram. Regulation of blood pressur...
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*  Cardiovascular Biology
Current Students. - Division Director The Cardiovascular Biology Division is made up of over thirty faculty members from basic science and clinical departments with the goal of training students for careers as independent investigators studying the molecular and cellular aspects of cardiovascular physiology and disease. Some areas of research interests in this program include gene regulation in heart development, differentiation and disease, regulation of cardiovascular function and metabolism, regulation of muscle contraction and protein turnover, and signal tranduction pathways in development and disease. The Cardiovascular Biology Division is one of the divisions of the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program. Six of these units will be taken from courses offered in the Cardiovascular Biology Division. Course faculty include investigators from Adult Cardiology, Adult Endocrinology, Cell Biology and Anatomy, Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience and Surgery. MCBP-739 The Molecular Basis of Cardiovascular...
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*  RePub, Erasmus University Repository: Cardiovascular performance of adult breeding sow
... s fails to obey allometric scaling laws. Erasmus Research Institute of Management ERIM. Rotterdam School of Management RSM. Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam. Erasmus School of Law. Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam /. Journal of Animal Science /. Cardiovascular performance of adult breeding sows fails to obey allometric scaling laws Journal of Animal Science, Volume 89 - Issue 2 p. In view of the remarkable decrease of the relative heart weight HW and the relative blood volume in growing pigs, we investigated whether HW, cardiac output CO, and stroke volume SV of modern growing pigs are proportional to BW, as predicted by allometric scaling laws: HW or CO or SV = a.BWb, in which a and b are constants, and constant b is a multiple of 0.25 quarter-power scaling law. Specifically, we tested the hypothesis that both HW and CO scale with BW to the power of 0.75 HW or CO = a.BW0.75 and SV scales with BW to the power of 1.00 SV = a.BW1.0. For this purpose, 2 groups of pigs group 1, c...
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*  Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Store: 9781451173796 - Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts - Richard E
Lippincott Williams Wilkins Store: 9781451173796 - Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts - Richard E Klabunde PhD - Lippincott Williams Wilkins. Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts Richard E Klabunde PhD Lippincott Williams Wilkins 2nd Edition ISBN: 9781451173796 This title requires VitalSource Bookshelf 5.0 or greater. downloadable eBook price: $ 49. add to cart This title is being sold in the downloadable VitalBook™ format. This compact and concise monograph lays a foundation for the understanding of normal cardiovascular function. Students welcome the book as a practical partner or alternative to a more mechanistically oriented approach or an encyclopedic physiology text. Especially clear explanations, ample illustrations, clinical cases and problems, and chapter-opening learning objectives provide guidance for self-directed learning and help fill the gap in many of today s abbreviated physiology blocks. This title will only allow printing of 2 consecutive pages and copying of 2 consecutive pages at a t...
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*  You Can Be Fat and Fit — or Thin and Unhealthy | TIME.com
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*  Mayer s six month singing ban - The West Australian
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*  Vilsack: Generational change to improve childhood nutrition | Cattle Network
Vilsack: Generational change to improve childhood nutrition. Cattle Network. Industry Markets USDA Market Reports Ag Policy Drovers Radio. My Beef Checkoff Cattle Disease Diagnostics Drovers Cow/Calf Cow Calf Cattle Feeding Pasture Rangeland Animal Health Center Quality Silage. Quotes + Weather. Drovers/CattleNetwork Cow/Calf Producer. Drovers Cow/Calf Buyers Guide. Webinars Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Drovers Cattle Network. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. News Quality Silage My Beef Checkoff Drovers Cow/Calf Quotes Subscribe. Vilsack: Generational change to improve childhood nutrition. This week, we are renewing our efforts at USDA to encourage a generational shift to improve childhood nutrition. Today, too many of our children aren’t getting the nutrition they need. Unless we ensure that today’s young people grow up healthy and strong, we will see more and more negative impacts in the years ahe...
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*  Free Childhood Nutrition Workshop at UAMS | needlesspounds
Free Childhood Nutrition Workshop at UAMS. needlesspounds. needlesspounds. One Man s 250 Pound Weight Loss Journey. Donate The Merch The Resources Weight Loss 101. Recipes. Leave a comment. By Daniel. Blog News. Free Childhood Nutrition Workshop at UAMS. I just got word that Registered Dietitian Betsy Day at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will be offering free workshops on childhood nutrition. There are two opportunities to attend June 17th or July 8th, both of which are Mondays. The time for each of the workshops is 5:30 6:30 PM. If you have any questions about this workshop or to register, call Tabitha at 501 664-4117 extension 102 120. Update : Jennifer called to register and discovered that Tabitha is at extension 120, not 102. Thanks for the update, Jennifer. Related Posts. Childhood Obesity Epidemic: Calories In vs. Calories Out. Share this:. Print. Email. Facebook. Tagged childhood nutrition, childhood obesity, kids eat right. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Next post. Archives. Archives. ...
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*  .. preschool .. From picky eaters to overeating: childhood nutrition in a nutshell ..
preschool recent articles from picky eaters to overeating childhood nutrition in a nutshell by msr online june by charles e crutchfield iii mdâ and tamiko morgan m d faap childhood nutrition has taken the spotlight recently especially due to the fact that childhood obesity has at least tripled in the past three decades many parents are seeking answers to the questions â what should my child eat how much why â although we are currently living in the â information age â information overload has caused some parents to be confused making it challenging for them to understand good nutritional recommendations in this column we will attempt to summarize some basic recommendations regarding childhood nutrition continue reading filed under health fm kmoj adolescents african american news african american newspaper african americans...
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*  Helping parents balance their kids' diets
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*  Publications on Premature Infant Nutrition - SPIN Program at UC San Diego Health System
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*  Biofeedback Therapy For Raynaud’s Disease Symptoms
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*  Raynaud's syndrome
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*  .. Raynaud’s Disease .. Raynaud’s Disease And A Natural Drug Free Solution. .. What Causes Rayn
Raynaud’s Disease. By. Claire. on March 10, 2013 in. Raynaud’s Disease. . Raynaud’s Disease And A Natural Drug Free Solution. Before discussing natural cures for Raynaud’s disease, let’s talk about this disorder, causes, symptoms and key considerations among other things. Raynaud’s disease is a disorder of the blood vessels that supply blood to the skin. This condition causes the fingers, toes and occasionally the ears, nose, tongue, knees and nipples to feel cold and numb. A typical Raynaud’s attack occurs in stages and may appear as follows:. The part of the body first affected becomes white as a result of the reduction in blood supply ;. next, the appearance of a blue tinge occurs as oxygen becomes depleted in the area. It should be noted that while the above experience is considered typical, not every person with Raynaud’s disease experiences these changes nor do they happen in every attack. . What Causes Raynaud’s Disease. The origin of Raynaud’s disease remains unknown, which means although, some theori...
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*  Raynaud's phenomenon - RightDiagnosis.com
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*  DermIS - Raynaud's Syndrome (information on the diagnosis)
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*  Raynaud's Phenomenon. Reynaud's syndrome treatment | Patient
Raynaud's Phenomenon. Wellbeing. Raynaud's Phenomenon. On this page What is Raynaud's phenomenon. What are the symptoms of Raynaud's. What treatments can help prevent Raynaud's symptoms. Medicines to open up the blood vessels are used in some cases. What is Raynaud's phenomenon. Raynaud's phenomenon, often just called Raynaud's, is a condition where the small blood vessels of the fingers become narrow constrict, most commonly when they are in a cool environment. What are the symptoms of Raynaud's. Only the fingers are affected in most cases. Primary Raynaud's - when the cause is not known In most cases there is no known cause more than 9 in 10 cases. Secondary Raynaud's - due to an underlying cause In less than 1 in 10 cases, there is an underlying cause. In secondary Raynaud's, symptoms may first begin in just one or two fingers on one hand. Certain medicines may also cause secondary Raynaud's as a side-effect see below. Although your hands and feet are the most important, symptoms are less likely to...
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*  Raynaud’s disease
raynaud s disease sitemap history symptoms prevalence epidemiology raynauds treatment references history of raynauds maurice raynaud in medicine raynaud s phenomenon is a vasospastic disorder causing discoloration of the fingers toes and occasionally other areas this condition can also cause nails to become brittle with longitudinal ridges named for french physician maurice raynaud the phenomenon is believed to be the result of vasospasms that decrease blood supply to the respective regions emotional stress and cold are classic triggers of the phenomenon it comprises both raynaud s disease also known as primary raynaud s phenomenon where the phenomenon is idiopathic and raynaud s syndrome secondary raynaud s where it is caused by some other instigating factor measurement of hand temperature gradients is one tool used to distinguish between the primary and secondary forms it is possible for the primary form to progress to the secondary form in extreme cases the secondary form can progress to necrosis or gangre...
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*  Norvasc User Reviews for Raynaud's Syndrome at Drugs.com
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*  Raynaud’s disease
... Sitemap. History. Symptoms Prevalence Epidemiology Raynauds. Treatment References. History of Raynauds. Maurice Raynaud 1834–1881. In medicine, Raynaud's phenomenon is a vasospastic disorder causing discoloration of the fingers, toes, and occasionally other areas. This condition can also cause nails to become brittle with longitudinal ridges. Named for French physician Maurice Raynaud 1834–1881, the phenomenon is believed to be the result of vasospasms that decrease blood supply to the respective regions. Emotional stress and cold are classic triggers of the phenomenon. It comprises both Raynaud's disease also known as "Primary Raynaud's phenomenon" where the phenomenon is idiopathic, and Raynaud's syndrome secondary Raynaud's, where it is caused by some other instigating factor. Measurement of hand-temperature gradients is one tool used to distinguish between the primary and secondary forms. It is possible for the primary form to progress to the secondary form. In extreme cases, the secondary form can p...
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*  DermIS - Raynaud's Disease (information on the diagnosis)
DermIS - Raynaud's Disease information on the diagnosis. DOIA. PeDOIA. Information Modules. Organisations. User Input. Info. related DOIA Same page in DOIA differential diagnoses Cryoglobulinaemia 0 Raynaud's Syndrome 0 Acrocyanosis 0 Panarteritis Nodosa Kussmaul-Maier 0 Progressive Systemic Scleroderma 0 Dermatomyositis 8 related links Search www.google.com for 'Raynaud's Disease' MEDLINE MeSH Search OMIM. search string. by alphabet * a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. by localization. Raynaud's Disease definition Paroxysmal pallor and coldness of the extremities, usually precipitated by cold, and followed by cyanosis and arterial hyperaemia may be a secondary phenomenon in a large number of underlying diseases. Raynaud’s disease is a term used to describe those cases where no other disease is found. It is much more common in women. synonyms Raynaud's Disease. UMLS Disease, Raynaud, Disease, Raynaud's, Raynaud Disease, RAYNAUDS DISEASE, Raynaud's Disease, Raynaud's disease /phenomenon, RAYN...
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*  Raynaud’s phenomenon | Adam Multimedia Encyclopedia | Maimonides Bone & Joint Center
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*  PDE-5 Inhibitors for Treatment of Raynaud Phenomenon - NEJM Journal Watch
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*  Raynaud's question & Derm - Raynaud's Syndrome Message Board - HealthBoards
Raynaud's question Derm - Raynaud's Syndrome Message Board - HealthBoards. It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here.... health boards health message boards. -->. Home. Health Centers. Anxiety More Coming Soon. Message Boards. Posting Policy. New Posts. Advanced Search. FAQ. Find a Board. Drug Talk. Blogs. Sign Up. login. User Name. Password. Remember Me. Register Forget Password. Blogs. Recent Entries. Best Entries. Best Blogs. Blog List. Search Blogs. Register FAQ Posting Policy Today's Posts Mark Boards Read Advanced Search Find A Board Site Map. Raynaud's Syndrome Message Board. HealthBoards. Heart-Vascular. Raynaud's Syndrome > Raynaud's question Derm. Subscribe To Raynaud's Syndrome. LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread. 07-23-2010, 07:42 AM # 1. Adita78. Junior Member female. Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Florida Posts: 21. Raynaud's question Derm Hello All. I gave in and went to see my dermatologist's office yesterday. I consider myself lucky ...
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*  Raynaud's phenomenon
... Name = Raynaud's phenomenon. }} In medicine, 'Raynaud's ray-NOHZ Disease' or 'Raynaud's Phenomenon' is excessively reduced blood flow in response to cold or emotional stress, causing discoloration of the fingers, toes, and occasionally other areas. When the disorder's cause is idiopathic it is referred to as 'Raynaud's disease' also called 'Primary Raynaud's', If the syndrome is secondary to another disease such as systemic sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, or other connective tissue disorders, it is correctly referred to as 'Raynaud's Phenomenon' 'Secondary Raynaud's'. Chronic, recurrent cases of Raynaud phenomenon can result in atrophy of the skin, subcutaneous tissue s, and muscle. Secondary. Raynaud's disease, or "Primary Raynaud's", is diagnosed if the symptoms are ' idiopathic ', that is, if they occur by themselves and not in association with other diseases. Secondary. Patients with Secondary Raynaud's can also have symptoms related to their underlying diseases. It is important to distingui...
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*  Who Is at Risk for Raynaud's? - NHLBI, NIH
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*  Raynaud's disease Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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*  A little cheap helper for raynauds attacks - Raynaud's Syndrome Message Board - HealthBoards
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*  So many questions
Systemic Lupus Talk General Forums. Welcome to the WeHaveLupus.com forums. View Profile. View Forum Posts. View Blog Entries. Reply With Quote. Saysusie. View Profile. View Forum Posts. View Blog Entries. Join Date Nov 2001 Location Victorville, California Posts 8,039 Blog Entries 10 Thanks 1,803 Thanked 1,041 Times in 669 Posts. :lol: 1 Raynaud's: Raynaud's phenomenon is a disorder that affects the blood vessels in the fingers, toes, ears, and nose. Raynaud's phenomenon can occur on its own, or it can be secondary to another condition such as scleroderma or lupus. For people who have Raynaud's phenomenon, this normal body response is intensified by the sudden spasmodic contractions of the small blood vessels arterioles that supply blood to the fingers and toes. People who have secondary Raynaud's phenomenon should talk to their doctors before exercising outdoors in cold weather. * Control stress--Because stress and emotional upsets may trigger an attack, particularly for people who have primary Raynaud's phe...
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*  Raynaud's phenomenon
... Definition Raynaud's phenomenon is a condition in which cold temperatures or strong emotions cause blood vessel spasms. This blocks blood flow to the fingers, toes, ears, and nose. Common causes are: Diseases of the arteries such as atherosclerosis and Buerger's disease Drugs that cause narrowing of arteries such as amphetamines, certain types of beta-blockers, some cancer drugs, certain drugs used for migraine headaches Arthritis and autoimmune conditions such as scleroderma , Sjogren syndrome , rheumatoid arthritis , and systemic lupus erythematosus Repeated injury or usage such as from typing, playing the piano, or heavy use of hand tools Smoking. This is called primary Raynaud's phenomenon. When blood flow returns, the area becomes red and then later returns to normal color. People with Raynaud's phenomenon that is due to other medical conditions are more likely to have pain or tingling in the fingers. Ulcers may form on the affected fingers if the attacks are very bad. Tests that may be done to conf...
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*  Calcinosis – Raynaud phenomenon – esophageal dysmotility – sclerodactyly – telangiectasia sy
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*  Raynaud's Phenomenon | Largo Medical Center | Largo, FL
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*  Calcinosis - Raynaud phenomenon - esophageal dysmotility - sclerodactyly - telangiectasia syndrome
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*  Raynaud's Syndrome - Health Library
... Home. > Health Education Library. > Information. Raynaud's Syndrome. Raynaud's Syndrome is a disorder of the blood vessels in your hands and feet. It occurs when small arteries of the arms/hands or legs/feet become sensitive to cold or emotional upset. This causes the arteries to constrict, or narrow, and reduces blood flow to the area. The color in the fingers or toes changes from white to bluish to red and this is not usually painful. There may be numbness and tingling. Sores on the skin ulcers can form. Symptoms are usually relieved by warming. HOME CARE INSTRUCTIONS. Avoid exposure to cold. Keep your whole body warm and dry. Dress in layers. Wear mittens or gloves when handling ice or frozen food and when outdoors. Use holders for glasses or cans containing cold drinks. If possible, stay indoors during cold weather. Limit your use of caffeine. Switch to decaffeinated coffee, tea, and soda pop. Avoid chocolate. Avoid smoking or being around cigarette smoke. Smoke will make symptoms worse. Wear loose f...
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*  Northside Hospital - Raynaud’s phenomenonNorthside Hospital -
Northside Hospital - Raynaud’s phenomenon. Northside Hospital -. Medical Services. Classes Events. Maternity Classes. Raynaud’s phenomenon Definition Raynaud’s phenomenon is a condition in which cold temperatures or strong emotions cause blood vessel spasms that block blood flow to the fingers, toes, ears, and nose. Causes Raynaud's phenomenon can be associated with other conditions. People with primary Raynaud's phenomenon no other cause or condition have problems in the same fingers on both sides, but they do not have very much pain. People with Raynaud's phenomenon associated with other medical conditions are more likely to have pain or tingling in different fingers. Treatment The following lifestyle changes may help people with Raynaud's phenomenon: Stop smoking Avoid caffeine Stop and avoid medications that cause tightening or spasms of the blood vessels Keep the body warm. Possible Complications Gangrene or skin ulcers may occur if an artery becomes completely blocked most likely to occur in people who ...
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*  Raynaud's Phenomenon | Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point | Hudson, FL
Raynaud's Phenomenon. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. Health Info. Health Info Health Info. Health Library. Hospital Affiliation Letters for Medical Center Staff. Hospital Leadership. Patients & Visitors Classes & Events. Health Info. Health Info Health Library. 10/01/2015 - Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Continues Its Tuesday Tutorials Dedicated to Cancer Awareness With “Lung Cancer” by Domenick Sorresso Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will continue its “Tuesday Tutorials” on October 20 when it will present “Lung Cancer: Prevention, Screening, Diagnosis & Treatment” at the Rao Musunuru, MD Conference... Preliminary evidence supports the use of several natural supplements in the treatment of Raynaud s phenomenon. In a 17-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of 35 people with Raynaud s, fish oil taken at a dose that provided a total of 3.96 g of EPA and 2.64 g of DHA daily reduced reaction to cold among those with primary Raynaud s disease, but did not seem to help those with Raynau...
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*  Elevated serum homocysteine levels in paediatric patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon.
Elevated serum homocysteine levels in paediatric patients with primary Raynaud s phenomenon. BioMedSearch. Tools. Search Tutorial. Login. Create Free Account. Document Detail. Elevated serum homocysteine levels in paediatric patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon. MedLine Citation:. PMID: 22286653 Owner: NLM Status: Publisher. INTRODUCTION: Raynaud's phenomenon RP is a paroxysmal and recurrent acral ischemia resulting from an abnormal arterial vasospastic response to cold or emotional stress. Homocysteine, a sulphured amino acid, has been linked to cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes, thrombosis, and bone fragility. Homocysteine has been also linked to the pathogenesis of RP, as increased serum homocysteine S-homocysteine levels were observed in patients with RP. OBJECTIVE: As all publications concerning S-homocysteine in RP involved only adult patients, our aim was to evaluate S-homocysteine in children and adolescents with RP. METHODS: Nineteen patients two boys and 17 girls; mean ag...
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(1/33) The preanalytic phase. An important component of laboratory medicine.

The preanalytic phase is an important component of total laboratory quality. A wide range of variables that affect the result for a patient from whom a specimen of blood or body fluid has been collected, including the procedure for collection, handling, and processing before analysis, constitute the preanalytic phase. Physiologic variables, such as lifestyle, age, and sex, and conditions such as pregnancy and menstruation, are some of the preanalytic phase factors. Endogenous variables such as drugs or circulating antibodies might interact with a specific method to yield spurious analytic results. The preanalytic phase variables affect a wide range of laboratory disciplines.  (+info)

(2/33) Strategies for the physiome project.

The physiome is the quantitative description of the functioning organism in normal and pathophysiological states. The human physiome can be regarded as the virtual human. It is built upon the morphome, the quantitative description of anatomical structure, chemical and biochemical composition, and material properties of an intact organism, including its genome, proteome, cell, tissue, and organ structures up to those of the whole intact being. The Physiome Project is a multicentric integrated program to design, develop, implement, test and document, archive and disseminate quantitative information, and integrative models of the functional behavior of molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, and intact organisms from bacteria to man. A fundamental and major feature of the project is the databasing of experimental observations for retrieval and evaluation. Technologies allowing many groups to work together are being rapidly developed. Internet II will facilitate this immensely. When problems are huge and complex, a particular working group can be expert in only a small part of the overall project. The strategies to be worked out must therefore include how to pull models composed of many submodules together even when the expertise in each is scattered amongst diverse institutions. The technologies of bioinformatics will contribute greatly to this effort. Developing and implementing code for large-scale systems has many problems. Most of the submodules are complex, requiring consideration of spatial and temporal events and processes. Submodules have to be linked to one another in a way that preserves mass balance and gives an accurate representation of variables in nonlinear complex biochemical networks with many signaling and controlling pathways. Microcompartmentalization vitiates the use of simplified model structures. The stiffness of the systems of equations is computationally costly. Faster computation is needed when using models as thinking tools and for iterative data analysis. Perhaps the most serious problem is the current lack of definitive information on kinetics and dynamics of systems, due in part to the almost total lack of databased observations, but also because, though we are nearly drowning in new information being published each day, either the information required for the modeling cannot be found or has never been obtained. "Simple" things like tissue composition, material properties, and mechanical behavior of cells and tissues are not generally available. The development of comprehensive models of biological systems is a key to pharmaceutics and drug design, for the models will become gradually better predictors of the results of interventions, both genomic and pharmaceutic. Good models will be useful in predicting the side effects and long term effects of drugs and toxins, and when the models are really good, to predict where genomic intervention will be effective and where the multiple redundancies in our biological systems will render a proposed intervention useless. The Physiome Project will provide the integrating scientific basis for the Genes to Health initiative, and make physiological genomics a reality applicable to whole organisms, from bacteria to man.  (+info)

(3/33) Ontology recapitulates physiology.

High-content information experiments in the post-genomic era hold the promise of deciphering age-old questions in biology and new ones in the biomedical arena. In response, researchers are devising computationally intensive and novel strategies to extract answers from multidimensional data sets.  (+info)

(4/33) Older individuals have increased oro-nasal breathing during sleep.

Breathing route during sleep has been studied very little, however, it has potential importance in the pathophysiology of sleep disordered breathing. Using overnight polysomnography, with separate nasal and oral thermocouple probes, data were obtained from 41 subjects (snorers and nonsnorers; 25 male and 16 female; aged 20-66 yrs). Awake, upright, inspiratory nasal resistance (Rn) was measured using posterior rhinomanometry. Each 30-s sleep epoch (not affected by apnoeas/hypopnoeas) was scored for presence of nasal and/or oral breathing. Overnight, seven subjects breathed nasally, one subject oro-nasally and the remainder switched between nasal and oro-nasal breathing. Oral-only breathing rarely occurred. Nasal breathing epochs were 55.79 (69.78) per cent of total sleep epochs (%TSE; median (interquartile range)), a value not significantly different to that for oro-nasal (TSE: 44.21 (68.66)%). Oro-nasal breathing was not related to snoring, sleep stage, posture, body mass index, height, weight, Rn (2.19 (1.77) cm H2O x L(-1) x sec(-1)) or sex, but was positively associated with age. Subjects > or = 40 yrs were approximately six times more likely than younger subjects to spend >50% of sleep epochs utilising oro-nasal breathing. Ageing is associated with an increasing occurrence of oro-nasal breathing during sleep.  (+info)

(5/33) Reactome: a knowledgebase of biological pathways.

Reactome, located at http://www.reactome.org is a curated, peer-reviewed resource of human biological processes. Given the genetic makeup of an organism, the complete set of possible reactions constitutes its reactome. The basic unit of the Reactome database is a reaction; reactions are then grouped into causal chains to form pathways. The Reactome data model allows us to represent many diverse processes in the human system, including the pathways of intermediary metabolism, regulatory pathways, and signal transduction, and high-level processes, such as the cell cycle. Reactome provides a qualitative framework, on which quantitative data can be superimposed. Tools have been developed to facilitate custom data entry and annotation by expert biologists, and to allow visualization and exploration of the finished dataset as an interactive process map. Although our primary curational domain is pathways from Homo sapiens, we regularly create electronic projections of human pathways onto other organisms via putative orthologs, thus making Reactome relevant to model organism research communities. The database is publicly available under open source terms, which allows both its content and its software infrastructure to be freely used and redistributed.  (+info)

(6/33) Ligand accumulation in autocrine cell cultures.

Cell-culture assays are routinely used to analyze autocrine signaling systems, but quantitative experiments are rarely possible. To enable the quantitative design and analysis of experiments with autocrine cells, we develop a biophysical theory of ligand accumulation in cell-culture assays. Our theory predicts the ligand concentration as a function of time and measurable parameters of autocrine cells and cell-culture experiments. The key step of our analysis is the derivation of the survival probability of a single ligand released from the surface of an autocrine cell. An expression for this probability is derived using the boundary homogenization approach and tested by stochastic simulations. We use this expression in the integral balance equations, from which we find the Laplace transform of the ligand concentration. We demonstrate how the theory works by analyzing the autocrine epidermal growth factor receptor system and discuss the extension of our methods to other experiments with cultured autocrine cells.  (+info)

(7/33) Assessing physiological complexity.

Physiologists both admire and fear complexity, but we have made relatively few attempts to understand it. Inherently complex systems are more difficult to study and less predictable. However, a deeper understanding of physiological systems can be achieved by modifying experimental design and analysis to account for complexity. We begin this essay with a tour of some mathematical views of complexity. After briefly exploring chaotic systems, information theory and emergent behavior, we reluctantly conclude that, while a mathematical view of complexity provides useful perspectives and some narrowly focused tools, there are too few generally practical take-home messages for physiologists studying complex systems. Consequently, we attempt to provide guidelines as to how complex systems might be best approached by physiologists. After describing complexity based on the sum of a physiological system's structures and processes, we highlight increasingly refined approaches based on the pattern of interactions between structures and processes. We then provide a series of examples illustrating how appreciating physiological complexity can improve physiological research, including choosing experimental models, guiding data collection, improving data interpretations and constructing more rigorous system models. Finally, we conclude with an invitation for physiologists, applied mathematicians and physicists to collaborate on describing, studying and learning from studies of physiological complexity.  (+info)

(8/33) Noise in gene expression: origins, consequences, and control.

Genetically identical cells and organisms exhibit remarkable diversity even when they have identical histories of environmental exposure. Noise, or variation, in the process of gene expression may contribute to this phenotypic variability. Recent studies suggest that this noise has multiple sources, including the stochastic or inherently random nature of the biochemical reactions of gene expression. In this review, we summarize noise terminology and comment on recent investigations into the sources, consequences, and control of noise in gene expression.  (+info)


What physiological response to stress follows these symptoms?


What physiological response(s) to stress occur beyond irritability, hypervigilance, bradypnea, tachycardia, insomnia, intense distress, intrusive thoughts, thought suppression, panic attacks, syncope, fasciculations, and spontaneous diarrhea?

Additionally, what is this degree of stress properly titled, and what is the term for the following stage?
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The degree is PHD or post hole digger- they dont know-- heres an example-

Counseling- The bible says man's wisdom is folly. Here's some advice recently given to a cutter. This info really can apply to any so called mental problem just change the name below.

1. "You don't handle criticism well"  "You need to work on that"-- wow
2. "Your mom is just frustrated"- no mention of abuse of course.
3. "Youre such a drama queen"-- said by thereapist to her.

Here we have a mom paying for the counseling, and the counselor just agrees with the mom to keep the money going. This is a mom who is verbally abusive- I knew about abuse going on The counselor just won't help this child. 

When your parents are paying you often won't get real help. You will get total nonsense and pysco babble from secular counselors. Focusing on cutting is not the way to help. 

Hurting people hurt others. You have to realize the parent hurting you has low self esteem and needs to control you. Its "their" problem. Any words spoken that are not uplifting are really abuse even if the words have some truth to them. Being sent to counselors can be a form of control. They get an "expert" to "agree" with them. Read about verbal abuse.

One factor common to most people who self-injure is invalidation which is abuse. They were taught at an early age that their interpretations of feelings were wrong. They learned that feelings weren't allowed. They may have been punished for expressing feelings or ridiculed.

1. Read "emotional abuse"  Read about 40 sites- Abuse causes depression.
2. Google "Deliverance Prayers"- stops sadness.
3. Google "Sinners Prayers"- makes a path to God
4. Google sites about "Bullying".
5. Learn the cause of cutting dont focus on how much you cut or how you need to stop.

Google sinners prayers and deliverance prayers

Talk to me Mon-Fri when my name is lit- click to see

Source- Experience of this in a ministry


what is the difference between eye floaters and entoptic phenomena ?


Will anybody please tell me the difference between entoptic phenomena and eye floaters.

If possible please paste the links of the images that shows the difference.

Till now i am thinking that i have floaters. But while browsing, i found that my problem resembles entoptic phenomena.

Is there any cure for entoptic phenomena ? 

Please help me by replying.
thanks in advance.
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Entoptic phenomena usually refers to one being able to visualise white blood cells in the retinal blood vessels. The entoptic phenomenon is distinguished by the appearance of multiple, identical-looking bright dots that follow each other rapidly along the same path.

Eye floaters are bits of cellular debris that float around in the fluid of the eye. Floaters are variable in size and shape.

Check out these two links:

http://www.eye-floaters.com/floaters-entopticphenomenon.php

http://www.eye-floaters.com/floaters-whatarefloaters.php


what is the physiological reasoning behind a diabetic patient be told to increase their insulin dose?


Diabetic patients who have surgery, become sick, or are under other physiological stress are told to monitor their blood sugar carefully because they may need to increase their insulin dose temporarily.  What is the physiological explanation behind this advice?
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stress (both physical and emotional), even in non diabetics, can cause a rise in blood sugar, and since a diabetic doesn't produce any insulin in response, they would need to increase their dosage.


What would some physiological factors that come into play after a stroke?


What would some physiological factors that come into play after a stroke? Physiological factors that influence the degree of functional recovery occurs after a stroke?
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S.T.R
Smile- if the smile is off
Talk- talk and speak a simple sentence "it is sunny out today" if not able to that's a sign
Raise- raise both arms

* newest symptom is to stick the tongue out, when sticking the tongue out if it is going to one side that is as well a sign


What is the physiological connection between UTIs and dementia in geriatrics?


Could some one please explain in biological/physiological terms what exactly is happening that would create a change in behavior from a UTI in an elderly person?
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When a patient has dementia they use certain 'coping' mechanisms which can hide or disguise how bad they are.

When they are ill, for any reason, their body devotes more of it's resources to fighting the illness, and so they are less able to cope, and it seems like thier dementia accelerates.

Sometimes they will rebound once well again, but often to a slighly worse position to where they were before the onset of the illness.

UTI are a common source of infection in dementia patients, particularly female dementia patients as they often delay urination as they "forget" they need to go, don't fully empty their bladder when they do go, are incontinent and sit in a puddle of urine (or worse), or neglect personal hygeine.

Often a daily glass of cranberry juice will assist on prevention of UTI's - something to do with the acidity of the urine produced after drinking it.


What are the physiological effects of an experience with depression?


How might someone recovering from a bad experience with depression act? What are the physiological effects? 

PS: Say this person dealt with depression for about a year. Now they are back to "normal life" ( out of treatment, in school/ work.. ).  So they're ok but still adjusting back to normal life.
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What are the main biological and physiological features of the body of a pregnant woman?


I have a food technology assignment about life stages - and their nutritional needs, biological and physiological features etc etc. 

The question I just can't get the right information on is:

What are the main biological and physiological features of the body of a pregnant woman?

Can anyone help me out?? :\
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The obvious one to me is that she is carrying and supporting a foetus.
ie increased nutritional needs
increased blood volume
displaced body organs
development of breast tissue
lots of different hormones at work
interaction of the placenta


What physiological processes within his body caused his erythrocyte count to increase in the past 6 weeks?


Daniel, a pilot for a paramedical squad, has recently been stationed to Mexico City for 3 months. Six weeks after his arrival, a routine medical examination shows that his erythrocyte count is elevated, his respiratory rate is above normal, and his hemoglobin O2 saturation level is lower than normal. 

What physiological processes within his body caused his erythrocyte count to increase in the past 6 weeks?
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Might check the altitude he is at compaired to where he was 6 wks ago, it might be due to altitude. If not he needs more follow up tests of causes to polycytemia.Not auditing typing fast lol. Good luck.