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Synonyms for blood

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Synonyms for blood

the fluid circulated by the heart through the vascular system


the crime of murdering someone

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

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Synonyms for blood

temperament or disposition

a dissolute man in fashionable society

people viewed as members of a group

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smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill

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However, there was no evidence of improvement in V[O.sub.2max], [HR.sub.E], [T.sub.C], [T.sub.S], PV and blood lactate concentration after HA.
Blood lactate measurement was suggested to reflect the severity of multiorgan failure, but can be influenced by drugs or modification in the hepatic metabolism (11).
Blood lactate levels of football players who ran at maximal exercise intensity were measured and then passive, active and massage recovery methods were applied in order to evaluate blood lactate levels in millimole/liters (mmol/L) as mean plus minus standard deviation ([+ or -]SD) (Table 2).
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of a fixed rest interval of 2 min on volume load, upper body myoelectric activity, range of motion, and blood lactate after multiple sets during the bench press exercise.
Based on our study, we highlight the following findings: a) EPAP had a beneficial effect on Sp[O.sub.2] and in ANS complexity, both during rest and compared to Non-EPAP; b) airway obstruction was associated with increased vagal modulation at rest with EPAP; c) resting blood lactate concentration was solely responsible for changes in sympathetic modulation during the 6MWT in COPD patients with EPAP.
Heart rate and blood lactate levels increase as mitochondrial function and aerobic capacity are depleted, and these were the two key parameters that were assessed during the submaximal exercise test.
It is an established fact that tissue hypoperfusion is associated with lactic acidosis secondary to anaerobic metabolism, hence measurement of blood lactate levels can be used as a marker to assess the adequacy of tissue perfusion8, which is at risk during CPB and in the immediate postoperative period.
Offenstadt, "False elevation of blood lactate reveals ethylene glycol poisoning," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Treatment was associated with a rapid hemodynamic stabilization and a decrease in IL-6 as well as blood lactate levels.
This phase is mainly explained by a lack of available glycogen (18), indicated by findings of lowered muscle fibre glycogen and lowered blood lactate, as well as increased levels of free fatty acid and plasma glycerol in the blood, towards the end of soccer matches (8, 18).
[6] Circulatory shock is the commonest cause of hyperlactataemia and the presence of increased blood lactate in shock signifies a poor prognosis.