1] First, force inflicts temporary deformation that can be reversed by elastic recoil
Stenting for elastic recoil
during coronary angioplasty of the left main coronary artery.
On the basis of behavioral and histological observations, it appears that arm flexure results from the contraction of large flexor muscles, and that recovery results from the elastic recoil
Since the mechanical scaffold of a bioresorbable stent is only required over a limited healing period to avoid elastic recoil
of the artery, an alternative non-permanent treatment with a bioresorbable stent is commonly regarded as the next-generation therapeutic device," said Machiel van der Leest, CEO, who previously was a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Minvasys.
The difference between the two curves can be explained by the elastic recoil
Nuloy allows ICON to manufacture stents with increased strength, radiopacity and deliverability, and decreased elastic recoil
compared with that in existing stent materials.
PPLAT is the pressure required to counterbalance end inspiratory forces and is related to the static end inspiratory elastic recoil
pressure of the total respiratory system.
Again, cigarette smoking can result in the destruction of alveolar septae, causing lung tissue to experience decreased elastic recoil
There is a loss of elastic recoil
of the lung during short-term exposure to altitude, and this may explain the increase in RV.
The apneustic center stimulates the ventral respiratory group and dorsal respiratory group (VRG and DRC) to inhale, while the pneumotaxic center switches off inspiration and, working with transpulmonary pressure and elastic recoil
, facilitates passive exhalation.
The VisoV can't distinguish between airway obstruction as found in asthma or bronchitis versus the obstruction caused in loss of elastic recoil
found with emphysema.