intravascularly


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in·tra·vas·cu·lar

 (ĭn′trə-văs′kyə-lər)
adj.
Within blood vessels or a blood vessel.

in′tra·vas′cu·lar·ly adv.

intravascularly

(ˌɪntrəˈvæskjʊləlɪ)
adv
(Anatomy) anatomy within the blood vascular system
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reported safe results from its latest preclinical study of intravascularly injected stem cells labeled for MRI tracking using a high dose of the company's Magnelle brand MRI contrast agent in rabbits.
This indicates that sensitized cells (cells coated with sulfonamide antibody) can be destroyed both intravascularly and extravascularly.
However, studies in animals indicate that bupivacaine, when injected intravascularly, induces a dose and rate dependent depression of drug elimination, resulting in re-entrant arrhythmias and cardiac depression, sometimes culminating in cardiac arrest (Clarkson C W et al 1985).
Water alone cannot be infused intravascularly because it moves too quickly into the red blood cells, causing them to rupture (Daniels & Nicoll, 2012).
CM administered intravascularly are considerably diluted before they reach the kidney, and more so upon intravenous administration such as for contrast-enhanced CT than upon intraarterial administration such as for renovasography and left ventriculography.
2008) found that hypothermia decreased postischemic edema in an analysis of 18 human patients cooled intravascularly for 12 or 24 hours to 33[degrees]C, with a 12-hour controlled rewarming period (p < .
It involves the process of synthesis, secretion and catabolism intravascularly.
Since patients with AKI can be intravascularly hypovolemic, it is important to determine accurate fluid status to prevent overload; this monitoring is done through keeping intake and output, or through more invasive means, such as central venous pressure monitoring (Cheung et al.
2004 witnessed the highly-publicized, tragic story of Mary McClinton when chlorhexidine was administered intravascularly after being confused with saline by a theatre-practitioner, resulting in multiple complications and ultimately death.
If iodinated contrast is absorbed into the bloodstream, the risk of an allergic-like contrast reaction can be just as significant and severe as if the iodinated contrast were administered directly intravascularly.
If you can see it above the level of the clavicle, that means the patient is intravascularly volume overloaded, and .
Development continues within the lungs, from where the fluke travels intravascularly to splanchnic organs.
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