systemic circulation


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systemic circulation

n.
The general circulation of the blood through the body, as opposed to the circulation of the blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart.
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Noun1.systemic circulation - circulation that supplies blood to all the body except to the lungssystemic circulation - circulation that supplies blood to all the body except to the lungs
circulation - movement through a circuit; especially the movement of blood through the heart and blood vessels
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Blood passing from the right to the left atria across a PFO bypasses the pulmonary circulation allowing embolic debris, deoxygenated blood, and various vasoactive substances direct access to the systemic circulation.
This indicates that NPs could have a two-fold impact on the intestine by first affecting SCFA production, then leading to systemic circulation of the NPs via an inhibited intestinal barrier," say the authors.
If capacity of the lung is exceeded, air emboli may pass through pulmonary capillaries and enter systemic circulation.
Many medications such as antibiotics, peptides and protein, vaccine and gene based drugs, in general are delivered using this route due to their susceptible to enzymatic degradation or poor and inefficient absorption into the systemic circulation due to molecular size and charge, thus leading to their therapeutic effectiveness.
Then oxygenated pulmonary venous return is directed through the tricuspid valve for distribution via the right ventricle to the systemic circulation.
In summary, skin absorption, if assessed as required based on the physical-chemical properties of the compound of interest, should be conducted as part of safety tier to establish an understanding on the potential of a compound applied to skin to penetrate beyond the barrier into the systemic circulation and internal organs.
Systemic circulation conveys blood from the heart to other tissues of the body and from other tissues of the body to heart.
HMO are immunomodulatory glycans in breast milk that are also present in the systemic circulation of pregnant women.
William Harvey, an English physician in the 1600s who is considered the first to describe in detail the systemic circulation and properties of blood being pumped to the brain and body by the heart.
These results indicate that EMPB also enhanced the homing of MSCs from systemic circulation to the wound site.
Endothelial cells serve as mediators between systemic circulation and particular organs, and the cytoskeleton in turn is crucial to regulation of internal function in any cell.
The inhaled nano-sized particles can penetrate deeply into the respiratory tract, pass into the systemic circulation and reach various organs," added the professor.