TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «VASODILATATORY»
The term «vasodilatatory» is barely ever used and occupies the 198.336
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VASODILATATORY»
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Sympathetic Vascular Tone in Human Obesity
In contrast, the vasodilatatory response to nitroprusside increased after weight
loss in obese hypertensive participants. In chapter VII, evidence was provided
suggesting that the vasodilatatory responses to isoproterenol and nitroprusside
Marcelo Lima De Gusmao Correia, 2007
Autonomic Failure: A Textbook of Clinical Disorders of the ...
Splanchnic vasodilatation may result from the release of vasodilatatory
neuropeptides. Drugs such as dihydroergotamine seem to have minimal effects
in preventing postprandial hypotension. The beneficial use of other agents, and
Christopher J. Mathias, Sir Roger Bannister, 2013
Transient Ischemic Attacks
'aired CBF measurements used to assess for vasodilatatory capacity relative or
quantitative. A common term in the literature for the itive tests of vasodilatatory
capacity is 'cerebrovascular reserve' With absolute measurements of CBF, this is
Seemant Chaturvedi, MD, Steven R. Levine, MD, 2008
Comparative Vertebrate Endocrinology
It was biologically characterized in rats by its ability to increase cyclic AMP levels
in blood platelets and by a potent vasodilatatory effect. This polypeptide contains
50 to 52 amino acid residues. It includes a disulfide bridge which forms a six- ...
MRI of the Heart and Vessels
In the absence of stenosis, arterial vasodilation or coronary vasodilatatory
reserve increase the coronary flow (up to fourfold the basal value) in response to
the increased metabolic needs of the myocardium. In the presence of stenosis,
M. Walker, Massimo Lombardi, L. Donato, 2006
Basics of Blood Management
Fewer hemoglobin molecules are available for interaction with nitric oxide, which
preserves the vasodilatatory effect of nitric oxide. Resistance to pulmonary blood
flow is thus decreased . This leads to an increased flow of blood through the ...
Petra Seeber, Aryeh Shander, 2012
Cell/Tissue Injury and Cytoprotection/Organoprotection in ...
Metabolism of Ang I and Ang II involves formation of Ang-(1–7) and Ang-(1–12)
known to exhibit gastroprotective and vasodilatatory properties. The subsequent
steps of Ang I and Ang II conversion into their vasoactive metabolites could be ...
L.P. Filaretova, K. Takeuchi, 2012
Advanced Exercise Endocrinology
Of great interest is the possibility that exercise-associated release of NO is
responsible for exercise hyperaemia; this lipid-soluble gas has a potent
vasodilatatory capacity. In the muscle, NO is synthesized by two enzymes:
neuronal (nNOS) ...
Medical Infrared Imaging: Principles and Practices
The vasodilatatory substances include SubsP and CGRP. The (antidromic)
vasodilatatory effects induce a rise in surface temperature and increase in the
resultant radiant heat signature. This hyperthermia is independent of sympathetic
Mary Diakides, Joseph D. Bronzino, Donald R. Peterson, 2012
Oxford Desk Reference: Critical Care
The most studied calcium sensitizer, levosimendan, has recently been introduced
in many countries for the treatment of acutely decompensated chronic heart
failure (HF) and has both positive inotropic and vasodilatatory effects. It differs
Carl Waldmann, Neil Soni, Andrew Rhodes, 2008