intraluminal


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in·tra·lu·mi·nal

a. intraluminal.
1. dentro de la luz o estructura lumínica;
2. semejante al lumen de un vaso arterial o venoso.
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The reduced surrounding pressure (intrathoracic pressure) increases the transmural pressure (intraluminal pressure minus the surrounding pressure) of the pulmonary vessels.
One published study did demonstrate that charcoal can bind intraluminal toxin in cholera, so at least there is some theoretical framework (Lancet 1980;2:888-91).
Application of combined esophageal pH and multichannel intraluminal impedance (MII) monitoring to the study and diagnosis of GER disease (GERD) demonstrated non-acid GER to be far more frequent (in infants, children, and adults alike) than previously recognized.
Bajo anestesia general con intubacion y anestesiologo se procede a realizar gastroplicatura endoscopica intraluminal (GEIL).
Carob bean gum used as a formula thickener decreases reflux as measured by intraluminal impedance but not as measured by pH probe (SOR: B, RCT).
It also may reduce development of intraluminal prostatic crystalloids, which have been correlated with an increase in prostate cancer risk in some studies.
An expandable intraluminal vascular graft, comprising:
Multichannel intraluminal impedance and MII-pH testing measured acid and nonacid reflux for 2 hours after each meal while participants were in a sitting position.
Catheters with intraluminal clot have been attributed to failure to adequately flush and lock with heparin as well as to the strength and quantity of the locking dose.
The active ingredients of the minocycline-rifampin-impregnated catheters were on the extraluminal and intraluminal surfaces of the device, whereas the active ingredients of the chlorhexidine-silver sulfadiazine-impregnated catheters were only on the extraluminal surface.