reperfusion


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Related to reperfusion: reperfusion arrhythmia

re·per·fu·sion

 (rē′pər-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
The restoration of blood flow to an organ or tissue that has had its blood supply cut off, as after a heart attack.
Translations

reperfusion

n. reperfusión, renovación de la corriente sanguínea a un órgano o parte del cuerpo que no estaba recibiendo un adecuado flujo.

reperfusion

n reperfusión f
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An article in Critical Care Medicine describes the finding of a protective effect for selenide, a form of selenium, against reperfusion injury that occurs when blood flow is restored to the heart following cardiac arrest.
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Although saving many cells otherwise threatened with ischaemic cell death, rapid reperfusion kills a significant percentage of cells that could have been saved by the appropriate intervention.
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