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cauter

(ˈkɔːtə)
n
an ironlike instrument used for cauterizing and searing organic tissue
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We cannot exclude that these systematic differences have affected the results via altered waking time, circadian rhythm and / or glucose tolerance (Scheen and Van Cauter, 1988; Jarrett et al.
Spiegel, Karine, Rachel Leproult and Eve Van Cauter 1999 'Impact of sleep debt on metabolic and endocrine function', Lancet 354:1435-9.
Studies have identified a consistent and robust relationship between slow-wave sleep and increased GH secretion as well as between sleep disturbances and decreased GH secretion (Van Cauter et al.
Sleep disturbances are also associated with physical problems including the impairment of metabolic dysfunction (Lam & Ip, 2010; Spiegel, Leproult, & Van Cauter, 1999), immune response (Dinges et al.
Identifying patients at high risk for the disease is crucial because untreated OSA increases the risks of hypertension, endothelial dysfunction, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and diabetes (Aronsohn, Whitmore, Van Cauter, & Tasali, 2010; Hoyos, Melehan, Liu, Grunstein, & Phillips, 2015; Iftikhar, Hoyos, Phillips, & Magalang, 2015; Peppard, Young, Palta, & Skatrud, 2000; Redline et al.
Alem disso, a reducao do tempo de sono pode diminuir o gasto energetico diario total, o que resulta no aparecimento de fadiga e sonolencia excessiva durante o dia diminuindo a atividade fisica diaria (Taheri e colaboradores, 2006; Crispim e colaboradores, 2007; Van Cauter e Knuston, 2008).
Spiegel K, Leproult R, L'hermite-Baleriaux M, Copinschi G, Penev PD, Van Cauter E.
van Cauter, VP Global sales and Business Development: “This installation further extends our global network of researchers committing to TriFoil's unique Fluorescence Emission Computed Tomography (FLECT) technique.