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a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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Early arterial aging, endothelial dysfunction and arterial stiffness were detected in 70%, 10% and 15%, respectively.
Plant derived polyphenols have been shown to enhance the production and synthesis of nitric oxide which influences large artery dispensability thereby reducing arterial stiffness.
The potential for obtaining a venous sample is greater when using the brachial artery for arterial puncture because there are large veins lying in close proximity to the brachial artery.
2] of capillary blood kwould lie roughly midway between arterial and venous values.
Is this distinction between arterial and venous thrombosis artificial?
In addition, it has been reported that age-related increases in central arterial stiffness are absent or attenuated in endurance-trained adults, (Arnett et al.
Arterial stiffness is a significant cause of increased blood pressure, which in turn may cause cardiovascular events.
Researcher reporting at the 18th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Hypertension said that one glass of wine, beer, or hard liquor per day improves arterial elasticity, even in patients with hypertension.
Such information would: allow development of novel non-invasive methods to evaluate pulmonary hypertension (the current standard uses invasive catheterization techniques); provide fundamental information about the dynamics of the reactive vasculature associated with pulmonary hypertension; facilitate development of numerical models incorporating blood flow and arterial wall characteristics, which in turn can be used to study disease progression, reaction to clinical interventions, long-term changes, etc.
Catheter Advancement: needle and guide wire withdrawn after arterial bleeding noted from outer end of the catheter.
CHICAGO -- Researchers have identified the threshold level of breast arterial calcification that's associated with a 20% increased risk for coronary artery disease in women.
We studied fetal and maternal thiol plasma concentrations in normal pregnancies to determine reference concentrations for cysteine, homocysteine, and cysteinylglycine in arterial and venous umbilical cord plasma to gain insight into maternal-fetal thiol interactions.
of Israel will codevelop and market sleep medicine devices based on Itamar's peripheral arterial tone (PAT) technology, which provides a noninvasive window to the autonomic nervous system.
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