reperfusion


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re·per·fu·sion

 (rē′pər-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
The restoration of blood flow to an organ or tissue that has had its blood supply cut off, as after a heart attack.
Translations

reperfusion

n. reperfusión, renovación de la corriente sanguínea a un órgano o parte del cuerpo que no estaba recibiendo un adecuado flujo.

reperfusion

n reperfusión f
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Ischemia and following reperfusion triggers local and systemic damage with the involvement of free oxygen radicals and inflammatory mediators (Tekeli et al.
The proposed time windows system goal, for any individual patient every effort should be made to provide reperfusion therapy as rapidly as possible.
Ischaemia occurs due to temporary cessation of blood flow in several medical conditions, such as renal transplantation, partial nephrectomy, suprarenal aortic surgery, cardiopulmonary bypass and urological procedures, and reperfusion occurs with the re-maintenance of the blood flow.
(11) Reperfusion, that is, the re-admission of oxygen and metabolic substrates together with washout of ischemic metabolites is necessary for the viability of ischemic myocardium.
Abiomed announces the results of the FDA STEMI Door-to-Unloading safety and feasibility randomized controlled trial, which show unloading the left ventricle with Impella CP for 30 minutes prior to reperfusion in patients presenting with anterior ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction without cardiogenic shock is safe and feasible, when compared to Impella patients reperfused immediately.
Methods: By searching the PubMed database using the keywords 'myocardial reperfusion injury H9c2 cells,' we obtained six commonly used OGD-NR in vitro models of MIRI performed on H9c2 cells from more than 400 published papers before January 30, 2017.
Reperfusion is the restoration of blood flow to an organ or tissue after having been blocked.
[1] Instead of long reperfusion after ischemia, reperfusion at short-term intervals could be more effective in decreasing total IR (IR) injury.
Primary outcome was reperfusion of greater than 50 percent of the involved ischemic territory or an absence of retrievable thrombus at the time of the initial angiographic assessment.
Reperfusion injuries are more prone to occur during RKT without efficient kidney cooling.
Our previous studies have revealed that XXMD alleviates BBB disruption and protects neurovascular unit and mitochondria from cerebral injury induced by cerebral ischemia and reperfusion [19-21].
Rats in the I/R group underwentLAD ligation for 30 min followed by 120 min of reperfusion. DEX group rats were given an intravenous injection with DEX at a dose of 10 [micro]g/kg [19] 5 min before reperfusion and then subjected to 120 min of reperfusion; diabetic DEX+ Wort group (DM-DW) and diabetic Wort group (DM-W) rats were given Wort intravenously at a dose of 15 [micro]g/kg [14] 15 min prior to 120 min of reperfusion with or without DEX posttreatment.