vasoconstrictive


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Speculating on the possible mechanism for the association, the investigators suggested that antidepressants may increase IMT through augmented release of vasoconstrictive neuropeptides.
Amphotericin B may cause renal impairment by two mechanisms: binding to tubular epithelial cells causing cell swelling and lysis, ultimately resulting in tubular dysfunction, and activating vasoconstrictive prostaglandins in the afferent arteriole.
During active recovery, the muscle pump facilitates the return of blood back to the heart preventing pooling in the lower extremities and the need for sympathetic-mediated vasoconstrictive activity, allowing a drop in post-exercise HR.
The local vasoconstrictive effect of inhaled cocaine compounds the mucosal irritation from the powdered substances used to cut the cocaine.
During the flowering of plants do you have to use vasoconstrictive nasal drops?
Various formulations of clobetasol propionate are currently used to treat used to treat moderate to severe plaque-type psoriasis due to its antiinflammatory, anti-pruritic, vasoconstrictive and immunomodulating properties (Lowe et al.
However, Acuff-Smith and colleagues (1992) found that the vasoconstrictive effects of meth on the uteroplacental vasculature reduce nutrient delivery to the embryo more than diet alone.
The positive feedback effect of serotonin may be of secondary importance to its vasoconstrictive action which reduces the blood flow at the site of injury and thereby limits blood loss [32].
The mechanism of this injury is unclear, but several reports suggest a combination of ischemic or hypoxic injury induced by the vasoconstrictive effect of CNIs and/or reperfusion injury combined with the antiproliferative and proapoptotic tendency of sirolimus.
Effect of lead exposure on prostaglandins, endothelin (ET) and atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP): Cardenas et al (74) and Hotter et al (75) found a significant increase in urinary excretion of the metabolite of vasoconstrictive prostaglandin, thromboxan (TXB,) when compared with values found in the control workers.
The rapid and acute vasoconstrictive effects of corticosteroids are well established.
Another theory is there may be a vasoconstrictive effect of high levels of SBA on placental veins added to a possible meconium induced vasoconstriction of the umbilical vein (Bruce & Watson, 2007).
Because of its vasoconstrictive and mitogenic properties, ET-1 affects cardiovascular, pulmonary and renal function, and may be involved in the development of several diseases such as atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, renal disease and systemic and pulmonary hypertension in human (Ferri et al.
CHANGES IN PIAL ARTERIOLAR RESISTANCE DURING VASOCONSTRICTIVE AND VASODILATORY CHALLENGE.
These molecules act to counteract the vasoconstrictive, anti-diuretic, and sodium retentive properties of the renin-angiotensin aldosterone system of the kidneys.