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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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The skin over the bulge was normal in appearance and normothermic (Figure 1a, b).
The XPS with STEEN Solution allows marginal quality lungs that initially failed to meet standard of care transplant criteria to be perfused and ventilated at normothermic conditions, thus providing an opportunity for surgeons to reassess transplant suitability, added the company.
After taking the temperature babies were classified according to WHO classification of hypothermia in normothermic, mild, moderate & severe hypothermia.
Findings suggest these temperature devices may be a comparable alternative to the oral route in normothermic adults.
3.1 Set-up of the normothermic porcine spleen perfusion model
Dubbed as the Daloy Project, the contraption can make a harvested liver last up to 16 hours through normothermic preservation.
It was found that 89% of the patients (n: 129) (36.37[+ or -]0.51[degrees]C) were normothermic in the waiting unit and on the operating table before the induction of anesthesia in the preoperative phase (1), in one hour when they prepared for the surgery.
Despite all the measures, 23 patients undergoing major abdominal surgery and/or requiring massive transfusion could not be maintained in normothermic range during surgery.
Temperature at arrest was recorded for 17 patients (16.5%), of whom 14 (82.4%) were hypothermic and two (11.8%) had hyperthermia; one patient (4.8%) in this group was normothermic.
49.0 [+ or -] 6.4 pieces in 60-s, respectively), however this test was conducted in normothermic individuals (Tc~37[degrees]C), where maximal peripheral vasoconstriction is proposed to occur at water temperatures below 15[degrees]C (Davies, 1995).
For polycythemia in therapeutic hypothermia use the same cut off as in normothermic infants (dilution exchange at Hct 70% if no symptoms or at 65% if symptomatic).