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ho·me·o·ther·mic

(hō'mē-ō-ther'mik),
Pertaining to, or having the essential characteristic of, homeotherms. Compare: poikilothermic, heterothermic.

warm-blooded

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warmblooded

(wôrm′blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
Zoology Maintaining a relatively constant and warm body temperature independent of environmental temperature; homeothermic.

warm′-blood′ed·ness, warm′blood′ed·ness n.
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The current study was planned to analyse the effects of multiport antegrade cold blood cardioplegia on myocardial protection along with continuous controlled warm blood perfusion through veins graft during proximal ends anastomosis in conventional CABG surgery in patients having multi-vessel disease.
In our institute we are now routinely using intermittent warm blood cardioplegia both antegradely and retrogradely.
They were divided into two groups, with Group I having those who received intermittent antegrade warm blood cardioplegia, and Group II having those who received intermittent antegrade cold blood cardioplegia.
Life An Island Parish (9pm) David Attenborough looks at how mammals dominate the planet through having warm blood, and by the care they lavish on their young.
When chilled, blood is constricted in our extremities, shutting off warm blood that supplies the white cells that fight infection, clearing out viruses particularly from the nose.
"If they become chilled, this causes a pronounced constriction of the blood vessels in the nose and shuts off the warm blood that supplies the white cells that fight infection.
'If they become chilled this causes a pronounced constriction of the blood vessels in the nose and shuts off the warm blood that supplies the white cells that fight infection.
The mammalian and avian (birdlike) four-chambered heart pumps cold blood to the lungs and warm blood to the rest of the body.
"Classically," says Heyning, the structure is "a central artery with a sheath of veins around it so it looks like a little rosette." In the gray whale, a large bundle of 50 such structures carries warm blood into the muscular, 5-foot-long tongue.
I wanted to say I knew him, felt the warm blood in him, beside me, a fleshy, breakable thing
"I can't believe that anyone could fail to identify that no matter what gesture Blair may make towards African debt relief, his slippery hands are currently dripping in the fresh warm blood of Iraqi men, women and children.