neurohumoral


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neurohumoral

(ˌnjʊərəʊˈhjuːmərəl)
adj
(Physiology) physiol of or pertaining to a neurohumour
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The natriuretic peptides (NPs) are markers of hemodynamic stress on the heart, denoting the neurohumoral activation of the myocardium.
1] In addition to structural renal abnormalities related to hypertension, diabetes or atherosclerosis, renal dysfunction in HF patients may result from renal hypoperfusion caused by haemodynamic, neurohumoral and inflammatory factors.
Further, it is also not clear yet, how various neurohumoral agents regulating the contractions are ineffective in regulating the motility in various gut malformations.
The role of genetic variants in genes regulating the oxytocin-vasopressin neurohumoral system in childhood-onset aggression.
The need for novel antidiabetic drugs lead investigators from the conventional "triumvirate" to "ominous octet" which implicated brain as the key player in glycemic control through neurohumoral mechanisms.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a basic physical therapeutic procedure for pain modulation and its effects are based on the pain entrance gate control theory and pain neurohumoral modulation, via endogenous opiate system.
Compared with balanced anaesthesia that uses inhaled anaesthetics through specialised gas delivery systems, TIVA offers clear advantages, including the absence of contamination, negligible cardiovascular depression, low neurohumoral response, reduced oxygen consumption, lower incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting, early and predictable recovery leading to earlier discharge in outpatient surgery, and less postoperative agitation in high risk patients.
In HF, the impaired cardiac function can cause hemodynamic instability with neurohumoral, cytokine imbalance, and cardiovascular remodeling as a result of multiple phenotypical alterations.
The clinical applicability of biomarkers of neurohumoral biomarkers in HF is uncertain.
Hall JE, do Carmo JM, da Silva AA, Wang Z, Hall ME (2015) Obesity-induced hypertension: interaction of neurohumoral and renal mechanisms.
Hemodynamic and neurohumoral responses to the restriction of femoral blood flow by KAATSU in healthy subjects.
A large number of evidence-based medical studies have proved that in the development of heart failure, neurohumoral factors, ventricular remodeling, diastolic dysfunction and change of humoral factors play vital roles in the compensatory mechanism of the myocardium.