*  Tmem261 - Wikipedia
2002). "Changes in differential gene expression because of warm ischemia time of radical prostatectomy specimens". Am J Pathol ...
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*  Michael Stifelman - Wikipedia
Effect of warm ischemia time during laparoscopic partial nephrectomy on early postoperative glomerular filtration rate. J Urol ... Near-infrared fluorescence imaging to facilitate super-selective arterial clamping during zero-ischaemia robotic partial ...
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*  Penile injury - Wikipedia
... though fewer than 16 hours of cold ischemia or 6 hours of warm ischemia leads to the best outcomes. If replantation is not ...
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*  Surgical staple - Wikipedia
This is finalized to make as brief as possible the donor organ dangerous warm ischemia phase that can be contained in the ... at the back table in cold ischemia condition for the donor organ and after native organ removal in the recipient. ...
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*  List of MeSH codes (E04) - Wikipedia
... warm ischemia MeSH E04.950.165 --- castration MeSH E04.950.165.679 --- orchiectomy MeSH E04.950.165.685 --- ovariectomy MeSH ... cold ischemia MeSH E04.936.450 --- organ transplantation MeSH E04.936.450.050 --- bone transplantation MeSH E04.936.450.050.100 ...
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*  Non-heart-beating donation - Wikipedia
... there can be a reduction in warm ischemia time, and so an improvement in the quality and quantity of transplantable organs. It ...
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*  Chronic wound - Wikipedia
Thus keeping the tissues warm is probably necessary to fight both infection and ischemia. Some healthcare professionals use ' ... among which are ischemia, reperfusion injury, and bacterial colonization. Ischemia is an important factor in the formation and ... Like ischemia, bacterial colonization and infection damage tissue by causing a greater number of neutrophils to enter the wound ... Ischemia results from the dysfunction and, combined with reperfusion injury, causes the tissue damage that leads to the wounds ...
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*  Sumatriptan - Wikipedia
Events reported have included coronary artery vasospasm, transient myocardial ischemia, myocardial infarction, ventricular ... paresthesias and warm/cold sensations) reported by 4% in the placebo group and 5-6% in the sumatriptan groups, pain and other ...
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*  Ischemia - Wikipedia
For frostbite injuries, limiting thawing and warming of tissues until warmer temperatures can be sustained may reduce ... Ischemia of the small bowel is called mesenteric ischemia. Brain ischemia is insufficient blood flow to the brain, and can be ... Chronic ischemia of the brain may result in a form of dementia called vascular dementia. A brief episode of ischemia affecting ... Ischemia or ischaemia is a restriction in blood supply to tissues, causing a shortage of oxygen and needed for cellular ...
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*  Trypanosoma cruzi - Wikipedia
Changes in the ventricular repolarization in Chagas' disease are likely due to myocardial ischemia. This ischemia can also lead ... T. cruzi transmission has been documented in the Southwestern U.S., and warming trends may allow vector species to move north. ...
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*  Perfusion - Wikipedia
In addition to delivering oxygen, blood flow helps to dissipate heat in a physical body by redirecting warm blood closer to its ... There is no official or formal dividing line between hypoperfusion and ischemia; sometimes the latter term refers to zero ... Poor perfusion (malperfusion), that is, ischemia, causes health problems, as seen for example in coronary artery disease, deep ...
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*  Pressure ulcer - Wikipedia
The area may be preceded by tissue that is painful, firm, mushy, boggy, warmer or cooler as compared to adjacent tissue. A deep ... Within 2 hours, this shortage of blood supply, called ischemia, may lead to tissue damage and cell death. The sore will ... causing ischemia(deficiency of blood in a particular area), hypoxia(inadequate amount of oxygen available to the cells), edema ...
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*  Tenderness (medicine) - Wikipedia
Intestinal ischemia Symptoms of intestinal ischemia include pain, bloody bowel movements, abdominal swelling, vomiting, and ... Abscess A skin abscess, or boil, is a swollen, painful, red and warm lump of skin that may rupture and drain pus. Anemia Anemia ... Cellulitis Cellulitis, a bacterial infection of the skin, causes red, tender skin that is usually swollen and warm. Depression ...
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*  Emergency Preservation and Resuscitation - Wikipedia
Next the patient is partially warmed up to about 34°C, for 12 hours. In one experiment performed around 2006, 12 of 14 dogs ... where an emergency room patient is cooled into suspended animation for an hour to prevent incipient death from ischemia, such ... This gives the surgeon perhaps an hour to close the wounds before a warming and recirculation procedure is applied. Human ...
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*  Transplantable organs and tissues - Wikipedia
As the donor organs warm up to body temperature, the lungs begin to inflate. The heart may fibrillate at first - this occurs ... The most common indications in adults are ischemia (22%), Crohn's disease (13%), trauma (12%), and desmoid tumor (10%); and in ...
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*  Zolmitriptan - Wikipedia
Reported minor adverse reactions include: hypesthesia, paresthesia (all types), warm and cold sensations, chest pain, throat ... or documented silent ischemia) or to patients who have symptoms or findings consistent with ischemic heart disease, coronary ...
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*  Alveolar osteitis - Wikipedia
It reduces the blood supply, leading to tissue ischemia, reduced tissue perfusion and eventually higher incidence of painful ... Examination typically involves gentle irrigation with warm saline and probing of the socket to establish the diagnosis. ...
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*  Targeted temperature management - Wikipedia
As the caps warm on the head, multiple cooled caps must be kept on hand and applied every 20 to 30 minutes. Hypothermia has ... damage caused by oxidative stress when the blood supply is restored to a tissue after a period of ischemia. Various ... Some of the new machines now also have 3 rates of cooling and warming; a rewarming rate with one of these machines allows a ... Some of the new models have more software that attempt to prevent this overshoot by utilizing warmer water when the target ...
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*  Spinal cord injury - Wikipedia
SCI can impair the body's ability to keep warm, so warming blankets may be needed. Initial care in the hospital, as in the ... Swelling can cause further damage to the spinal cord by reducing the blood supply and causing ischemia, which can give rise to ... Causes include tumors, physical trauma, and ischemia. Cauda equina syndrome (CES) results from a lesion below the level at ... Congenital conditions and tumors that compress the cord can also cause SCI, as can vertebral spondylosis and ischemia. Multiple ...
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*  Anemia - Wikipedia
The roots of the words anemia and ischemia both refer to the basic idea of "lack of blood", but anemia and ischemia are not the ... abnormalities Antibody-mediated Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia is caused by autoimmune attack against red blood cells, ... the word ischemia refers solely to the lack of blood (poor perfusion). Thus ischemia in a body part can cause localized anemic ...
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*  Frostbite - Wikipedia
If there is no risk of re-freezing, the extremity can be exposed and warmed in the groin or underarm of a companion. If the ... Small clots (microthrombi) form and can cut off blood to the affected area (known as ischemia) and damage nerve fibers. ... If the area is still partially or fully frozen, it should be rewarmed in the hospital with a warm bath with povidone iodine or ... If the area cannot be reliably kept warm, the person should be brought to a medical facility without rewarming the area. ...
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*  Machine perfusion - Wikipedia
... how the kidney was more sensitive to a period of warm hypoxia occurring after storage than to the same period of warm hypoxia ... It was not until 1958 that it was shown that intact dog kidneys would survive ischaemia even better if they were cooled to ... but no resynthesis occurred in non warm-injured kidneys. Warm anoxia can also occur during reimplantation of the kidney after ... With warm injured kidneys, PPF perfusion gave better results than Collins' method, with 6 out of 6 dogs surviving after 40 ...
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*  Neurapraxia - Wikipedia
In addition to these non-operative remedies, it is suggested that muscles affected by neurapraxia be kept warm at all times. ... As a result of this pressure, ischemia occurs, a neural lesion results, and the human body naturally responds with edema ... Repeated or prolonged compression of the nerve results in ischemia and ultimately edema above and below the source of the ... There are several mechanisms of nerve injury including mechanical lesions, ischemia, immunologic attack, metabolic disorder, ...
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*  Syncope (medicine) - Wikipedia
If the ischaemia is intense or prolonged, limb weakness progresses to collapse. An individual with very little skin ... or feeling warm. Syncope may also be associated with a short episode of muscle twitching. When consciousness and muscle ...
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*  Heat therapy - Wikipedia
Heat is typically applied by placing a warming device on the relevant body part. Newer breeds of heat therapy devices combine a ... because of increased metabolic rate and demand which a tissue with poor blood supply may fail to meet resulting in ischemia). ... Direct contact Moist heat therapy has been believed to be more effective at warming tissues than dry heat, because water ... this means lower temperature where warming is needed. Infrared (IR for short) is the part of the electromagnetic radiation ...
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