acute effect

acute effect

Any adverse effect of a transient exposure to a noxious agent, such as an infectious microorganism, ionizing radiation, or a toxin.
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The acute effect of green tea consumption on endothelial function in healthy individuals.
The acute effect of alcohol is the commonest cause of death in young people and the newspapers are full of stories of young people suffering catastrophes as a result.
Our primary aim was to determine whether smoking has an acute effect on plasma ghrelin concentrations.
A similarly acute effect has been observed for vasodilation.
Exposure of between 24-48 hours can have an acute effect on the patients by causing a risk of developing cardiovascular and respiratory issues, while long-term chronic effects can lead to the development of cancer cells in the human body.
Exposure of between 24--48 hours can have an acute effect on the patients by causing a risk of developing cardiovascular and respiratory issues, while long-term chronic effects can lead to the development of cancer cells in the human body.
Optometrist and founder of SkiCPD, Nick Dash, says that the most acute effect of UV on the eye is a condition known as snow blindness.
Lead researcher Dr Baukje de Roos, from the Rowett Institute, said: "It's an acute effect in the body that men and women both benefit from, but it's more diluted in women.
The most immediate and acute effect of noise is the impairment of hearing, which diminishes by the damage of some part of auditory system, he added.
The data of the present study reveal that the acute effect of the self-selected regimen of RBML is impaired muscle performance.

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