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Determining the Impact of Ascorbic Acid Treatment on Vasodilation in Cardiac Surgery - Mayo Clinic Overview Tab Title Description Study type Interventional Study IDs Study type Interventional Describes the nature of a clinical study.
But it may be related to opening (vasodilation) of the blood vessels that occurs when getting up and standing at the toilet or that occurs at the rapid emptying of a full bladder.
These abnormalities in the RV and pulmonary vasculature are coupled with limitations in pulmonary vasodilation during exercise.
Study IDs Site IRB Rochester, Minnesota: 16-008406 Sponsor Protocol Number: 16-008406 About this study We will determine if a) glycyrrhetic acid (GA, a key component of TJ-68) evokes vasodilation, and b) if glycyrrhetic acid alters t...
Understanding the mechanism that produces the increase in pulmonary vascular resistance and decrease in nitric oxide mediated vasodilation in idiopathic pulmonary hypertension.
Results from the laboratory show that brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) regulates endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) and thus modulates pulmonary vasodilation.
Determining the Impact of Ascorbic Acid Treatment on Vasodilation in Cardiac Surgery Rochester, MN The purpose of the study is to determine the feasibility of administration of high dose intravenous ascorbic acid in the operative and...
This is a liver-induced pulmonary vasodilation problem causing severely low oxygen levels in the blood.
The pathophysiology may be either failure of venous return or progressive vasodilation, both due to inappropriately low sympathetic outflow.
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