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*  Mean systemic pressure
"Propofol-induced increase in vascular capacitance is due to inhibition of sympathetic vasoconstrictive activity". ... A decrease in mean systemic pressure is reflected in a shift of the vascular function curve to the left. Mean systemic pressure ... An increase in mean systemic pressure is reflected in a shift of the vascular function curve to the right. Mean systemic ... Systemic vascular resistance MSP = Mean systemic pressure RAP = Right atrial pressure CO = Cardiac output Mean arterial ...
*  Effective arterial blood volume
... increase arterial vascular capacitance (cirrhosis, sepsis) or reduce cardiac output (congestive heart failure). EABV can be ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G09)
... vascular capacitance MeSH G09.330.553.400.931 --- vascular resistance MeSH G09.330.553.400.931.327 --- capillary resistance ... MeSH G09.330.553.400.977 --- ventricular pressure MeSH G09.330.553.920 --- vascular patency MeSH G09.330.582.075 --- atrial ...
*  Pulseless electrical activity
... pathological vasodilation causing loss of vascular resistance and excess capacitance. More than one mechanism may be involved ...
*  Cardiac output
The capacitance, also known as compliance, of the arterio-vascular channels that carry the blood also controls cardiac output. ... Arterial monitoring systems are unable to predict changes in vascular tone; they estimate changes in vascular compliance. The ... "Implementation of a vascular access quality programme improves vascular access care". Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation. 22 ( ... Changes in vascular function, the position of the catheter tip or damping of the pressure waveform signal will affect the ...
*  Clevidipine
... does not reduce cardiac filling pressure (pre-load), confirming lack of effects on the venous capacitance vessels. ... Clevidipine is a dihydropyridine L-type calcium channel blocker, highly selective for vascular, as opposed to myocardial, ... It reduces mean arterial blood pressure by decreasing systemic vascular resistance. ...
*  Venous return curve
Hemodynamically, venous return (VR) to the heart from the venous vascular beds is determined by a pressure gradient (venous ... Decreased venous capacitance: Sympathetic activation of veins decreases venous compliance, increases venomotor tone, increases ... Furthermore, the Ohmic formulation used to describe venous return ignores the critical venous parameter, capacitance. It is ... the systemic vascular resistance). It is often suggested that venous return dictates cardiac output, effected through the Frank ...
*  Vein
Standing or sitting for a prolonged period of time can cause low venous return from venous pooling (vascular) shock. Fainting ... Veins are also called "capacitance vessels" because most of the blood volume (60%) is contained within veins. In systemic ...
*  Amrinone
PDE III is present in cardiac muscle, vascular smooth muscle and platelets. PDE III degrades the phosphodiester bond in cAMP to ... wedge pressure while increasing cardiac output because it functions as an arterial vasodilator and increases venous capacitance ... An increase in cAMP with the administration of amrinone in vascular smooth muscle produces vasodilation by facilitating calcium ... levels fall in vascular smooth muscle. This impairs relaxation in the vasculature and is a part of the vicious cycle of CHF. ...
*  Resistance artery
The vascular wall consists of amongst others the vascular smooth muscle cells, endothelial cells that line the lumen, and ... Metabolic vessels - capillaries Capacitance vessels - veins Particular feature of resistance vessels is ability to change lumen ... Chronic changes in diameter result from vascular remodeling - reshaping of the vascular wall, where existing elements are ... Forces, cells and matrix therefore form a triangle of mutual effects that underlie vascular adaptation. Arteriole ...
*  Hsp90
Evolutionary capacitance Hsp90 cis-regulatory element PDB: 2CG9​; Ali MM, Roe SM, Vaughan CK, Meyer P, Panaretou B, Piper PW, ... Hsp90 is also required for induction of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and nitric oxide synthase (NOS). Both are ...
*  Hemodynamics
Q: flow rate of the blood in the vessel r: radius of the vessel In a second approach, more realistic of the vascular resistance ... Veins are described as the "capacitance vessels" of the body because over 70% of the blood volume resides in the venous system ... They are known to have the largest surface area (485 mm) in the human vascular network. The larger the total cross-sectional ... Though the radii of the capillaries are very small, the network of capillaries have the largest surface area in the vascular ...
*  Action potential
For example, the time-scale τ increases with both the membrane resistance rm and capacitance cm. As the capacitance increases, ... It must be assumed that the familiar signalling function of action potentials in some vascular plants (e.g. Mimosa pudica) ... Referring to the circuit diagram on the right, these scales can be determined from the resistances and capacitances per unit ... Myelin sheath reduces membrane capacitance and increases membrane resistance in the inter-node intervals, thus allowing a fast ...
*  Adrenomedullin
Differences in opinion regarding the ability of AM to relax vascular tone may arise from the differences in the model system ... "Haemodynamic effects of adrenomedullin in human resistance and capacitance vessels". Br J Clin Pharmacol. 44 (1): 57-60. doi: ...
*  Hyfrecator
"Comparison of potassium titanyl phosphate vascular laser and hyfrecator in the treatment of vascular spiders and cherry ... with only the patient's self-capacitance providing a current sink (this is equivalent to considering displacement current to be ...
*  List of International Organization for Standardization standards
Vascular prostheses - Tubular vascular grafts and vascular patches ISO 7199:2016 Cardiovascular implants and artificial organs ... Capacitance method ISO/TS 16550:2014 Nanotechnologies - Determination of silver nanoparticles potency by release of muramic ... Vascular image data ISO/IEC 19794-10:2007 Part 10: Hand geometry silhouette data ISO/IEC 19794-11:2013 Part 11: Signature/sign ... Vascular image data ISO/IEC 29109-10:2010 Part 10: Hand geometry silhouette data ISO/IEC 29110 Systems and software engineering ...