endotoxic shock


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endotoxic shock

n. choque endotóxico.
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Infections include UTI, RTI, septicaemia, meningitis and endotoxic shock.
The NO levels of plasma were augmented and blood flow of the tongue, palm, sole, and abdomen were reduced in wild-type mice with endotoxic shock.
Preventive effect of SOD-CHS-CAT bienzyme conjugate was examined in a rat model of endotoxic shock induced by intravenous bolus injection of 15 mg/kg lipopolysaccharide (LPS) isolated from Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium with subsequent monitoring of AP, HP, and mortality rate within a given time period.
Protective effect of baicalein against endotoxic shock in rats in vivo and in vitro.
Also, degree of torsion and thus vascular compromise influence development of uterine edema and ischemic necrosis that leads to endotoxic shock (Sloss and Dufty, 1980).
Common abortion complications are infection, excessive bleeding, embolism, ripping or perforation of the uterus, convulsions, anesthesia complications, hemorrhage, cervical injury, endotoxic shock and sterility.
One previous study by Wesche-Soldato et al reported that treatment with a single dose of caspase-8 siRNA can significantly improve the survival of mice with polymicrobial endotoxic shock when the animals received this small interfering RNA at 30 minutes following the performance of CLP (41).
Cases include ectopic pregnancy, septic abortion, hypertensive emergencies, cardiac failure, acute asthma attack, fetal distress, jaundice, obstructed labor, postpartum collapse, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian torsion, endotoxic shock, acute urinary retention, sexual assault, abnormal uterine bleeding, emergency contraception, gynecologic oncology emergencies, postexposure prophylaxis to HIV and hepatitis B, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, diabetic ketoacidosis, and medicolegal and ethical issues.