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A condition of normal body temperature.

[Latin norma, norm; see norm + therm(o)- + -ia.]

nor′mo·ther′mic adj.


(Medicine) of or pertaining to normothermia; having a normal body temperature
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Outcomes for normothermic patients experiencing cardiac arrest also should be compared to outcomes for patients receiving TH (e.
The goal of every surgical procedure is to maintain the patient's temperature within a normothermic range throughout their perioperative experience.
Any inadvertent hypothermia detected in the immediate postoperative period was corrected in the recovery area with a convective room heater with blower-fan (set to 750 watts output) placed 3 feet away from the patient (with additional surface temperature monitoring) till the patient was normothermic (core temperature between 36.
2013) Effect of post-exercise hydrotherapy water temperature on subsequent exhaustive running performance in normothermic conditions.
Delivery of 1 piece of liver perfusion devices for hypo, sub normothermic perfusion and oxygenation of the liver, including disposable supplies and accessories for 1 surgery (one kit).
After the patient was made to relax for 30 minutes in a normothermic, humidity-controlled room, thermal images of bilateral tonsillar regions with temperature measurements were obtained by an independent examiner three separate times.
Moderately hypothermic or normothermic cardiopulmonary bypass was established by ascending aortic and bicaval cannulation.
According to a study published by Frank (1993), (23) which compares normothermic patients versus hypothermic patients intraoperatively, it was found the latter was three times more risk of myocardial infarction and 12 times more risk of angina.
Patients were transferred from the recovery room to the burns unit when they were alert, cardiovascular and respiratory functions had stabilised, pain control was good, and they were normothermic.
Based on transportation technique, the market is segmented into static cold storage, hypothermic machine perfusion and normothermic machine perfusion.
Additional strategies were used to minimize fetal risks; the strategies included minimizing intraoperative blood loss by careful hemostasis, maintaining uterine displacement to avoid aortocaval compression by putting a roll under the left hemithorax, using normothermic CPB, minimizing CPB times, maintaining a high flow rate (>2.