postischemic

postischemic

(ˌpəʊstɪˈskɛmɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med occurring after or due to ischaemia
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Localization of proliferating cell nuclear antigen, vimentin, c-Fos, and clusterin in the postischemic kidney.
sup][6],[7] Research also indicated that platelet P-selectin, but not endothelial, is critical for neutrophil-mediated acute postischemic renal failure.
Biochemical and histological investigation of famotidine effect on postischemic reperfusion injury in the rat ovary.
Role of Mannitol in Reducing Postischemic Changes in Distortion-Product Otoacoustic Emissions (DPOAEs): A Rabbit Model.
2006) Deletion of cellular prion protein results in Akt activation, enhanced postischemic caspase-3 activation, and exacerbation of ischemic brain injury.
Magnesium supplementation combined with N-acetylcysteine protects against postischemic acute renal failure.
One large series involving 228 eyes is an exception but included 133 eyes (58%) that were classified as postischemic optic atrophy.
It has been suggested that acute ischemia and reperfusion by clamping and declamping of the internal carotid artery may produce oxygen-derived free radicals resulting in impairment of cerebrovascular autoregulation, postischemic hyperperfusion, or/and brain edema(18,19).
Energy-synthesis imbalance in cells and tissues promotes a significant change in free-radical processes, which are widely recognized as a key component of the development and maintenance of postischemic cerebral disorders and also of hypertension, DM, atrial fibrillation (AF) and coronary artery disease (CAD) [10-12].
Wieloch, Long-lasting Neuroprotective Effect of Postischemic Hypothermia and Treatment with an Anti-inflammatory/Antipyretic Drug, Evidence for Chronic Encephalopathic Processes Following Ischemia, Stroke.
Beneficial electrophysiological effects of trimetazidine in patients with postischemic chronic heart failure.