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Synonyms for ischaemic

relating to or affected by ischemia


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Studies also showed that pretreatment with Ajwa extract helps mitigate myocyte injury after ischaemia, indicating a potential for Ajwa extract use to preserve cardiac function in patients at high risk for ischaemic heart disease.
Aspirin also reduces the risk and severity of early recurrent stroke after TIAs as well as ischaemic stroke.
As per Dr Baker's medical report, the order read, Dar was advised certain tests, however, doctor was confident that the symptoms were not ischaemic in origin though suspected those might turn out to be stress related.
On 19 October at the Betsi Board Meeting Cardiologist Professor Rees raised concern that there was a 17-week waiting list for diagnostic angiography (X-ray of arteries to diagnose ischaemic heart disease).
We aimed to quantify population-level effects of all higher-than-optimum concentrations of blood glucose on mortality from ischaemic heart disease and stroke worldwide.
Poor sleep is associated with cardiovascular diseases such as ischaemic heart disease and stroke but the kind of sleep disturbances that are most risky is not well documented, said lead researcher Dr Nobuo Sasaki, of the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Casualty Council, Japan.
Most of patients who presented with sudden painless loss of vision had RAPD suggestive of ischaemic CRVO.
Compared to those who never drank artificially sweetened soft drinks, those who drank one a day were almost three times as likely to have an ischaemic stroke, caused by blocked blood vessels, and likely to be diagnosed with dementia.
Ischaemic stroke happens when the artery that supplies blood to the brain is blocked, for example, by a blood clot.
Initial physical examination suggested ischaemic priapism.
Meg Seow, a Radiology nurse at Auckland City Hospital (ACH) and Dr David Brunacci, Neuroradiology fellow at ACH, teamed up to provide an overview of neuroradiology and in particular the radiological treatment of the patient with acute ischaemic stroke.
Until recently, intravenous tPA has been the only reperfusion therapy proven to reduce disability after acute ischaemic stroke.
Ischaemic RVOs are much more likely to cause profound, irreversible loss of visual acuity.
2]S-producing enzymes between 48 h and 4 weeks after MI, during which the fate of ischaemic cardiomyocytes is determined by many endogenous and exogenous signals.
You can invite ischaemic heart disease (IHD) by enjoying a high-protein, fatty diet, following a sedentary lifestyle, and indulging in addictions like smoking.