perfusate


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perfusate

(pəˈfjuːzeɪt)
n
1. (Medicine) med any fluid flowing through a tissue or organ
2. (Chemistry) chem a fluid used in perfusion
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24 hours while measuring pressure, temperature, flow rate of the perfusate and the flow resistance of the graft to the ultrasonic detection of air bubbles, and the possibility of collection of perfusate for laboratory purposes, including subsequent supply of expendable supplies according to the specifications in the tender documents lifetime instrumentation equipment, i.
In the I/R group, the Krebs–Henseleit solution was add to perfusate at the onset of reperfusion.
3], pH, and NO metabolites of the perfusate were measured during steady-state and at the end of experiments (30 minutes).
Treatment of bladder tumors and benign prostatic hyperplasia with a new TUR system using physiological saline as perfusate.
double dagger]) Preparation of kidneys for transplantation included an in situ flush (initiated 25 min after the donor was declared brain dead and was extubated) with 2 L of University of Wisconsin solution (15), each of which was infused in [less than or equal to]4 min; a flush with 200 mL of this solution after the kidneys were explanted; and continuous circulation with kidney perfusate solution until the kidneys were transplanted.
Nevertheless, the measured inflow at 100 mmHg resulted in a perfusate of 100 [micro]l/(min [cm.
Once the cannulation of left atria was complete, aortic inflow line was closed, the atrial inflow line to perfuse the heart in non-recirculating working heart mode at the rate of 23-25mL/m [25], such that the perfusate entered the left atria through pulmonary vein, passed through left ventricle and was pumped out through aorta.
Vessels were stimulated with SFH (1 [micro]g/ml or 3 [micro]g/ml) and 150 [micro]l of perfusate taken 5 min later.
Coronary flow (CF) was measured by the timed collection of the perfusate dripping from the heart into a graduated cylinder.
The perfusate was maintained at 37[degrees]C by a circulating water bath and gassed continuously with 5% C[O.
The perfusate samples were analyzed for glutamate content by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) (column, CAPCELL PAK C18 UG120A [1 mm X 150 mm]; Shiseido Co.