chronic effect

chronic effect

A consequence (of a toxic agent or of radiation) that develops slowly and/or has a long lasting course.
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Apart from a chronic effect, the low toxic response over 48 hr by cells treated with F[B.
31) in a study assessing the chronic effect of particles in more than 100,000 women (Ostro et al.
This pharmacokinetics can cause chronic effect on organ systems even though it is used occasionally, researchers said.
The most recent study in vestigated the acute effects of CherryFlex with subjects ingesting the supplement immediately before strenuous exercise, whereas the previous study investigated chronic effect with subjects in gesting the supplement for 16 days prior to the strenuous bout of exercise.
he couldn't resist the bottle and its chronic effect had a devastating impact on his family.
A spokesman for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, who conducted the shock research, said: 'Nitrogen dioxide can have a chronic effect on the airways.
Cannabis has no clinically relevant chronic effect on any part of the human organism, except for the lungs, but this is mainly linked with the effects of combustion rather than with cannabis itself.
What we found is that although there is no chronic effect of exercise on cigarette cravings and affective withdrawal symptoms, there is an acute effect that diminishes over a period of several hours to 1-2 days, but can be renewed with each bout of exercise," said Williams, first author of the study.
The chronic effect of dietary fructose intake on glycation and collagen cross-linking in rats.
Professor Bond termed the effects "Paradoxical Pharmacology", based on the divergence of acute versus chronic effects of certain drugs in chronic diseases.
Professor Bond termed the effects "Paradoxical Pharmacology," based on the divergence of acute versus chronic effects of certain drugs in chronic diseases.

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