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Generally speaking, exercise and physical activity improve the muscle, osteoarticular, cardiocirculatory, pulmonary, endocrine-metabolic, immune and psychoneurological function, thus contributing to improve the functionality, a better adaptative response and a higher resistance to disease (67).
The term congenital is derived from the Latin word ("con" means together and "genitus" means born) referring to "present at birth." CHD is known as a defect in "cardiocirculatory" structure or function that is existent from birth, although it may be discovered later.
Atrial and left ventricular dilation of patients with DMVD is proportional to the degree of regurgitation and the valvular deterioration (Mark et al., 2003), and in turn, the valvular deterioration is associated with the deterioration of the cardiocirculatory function (Hezzell et al.
Age, sex, immunocompromised state, place of malaria acquisition, cardiocirculatory impairment (p = 0.098), and severe anemia at day 0 were not significantly associated with death.
The eccentric warm-up "elicited lower cardiocirculatory, metabolic and perceptual strains than concentric without compromising subsequent time-trial performance" [Bosio, A].
A randomised trial comparing the haemodynamic consequences of unrestricted and restricted visiting policies found that patients who had unrestricted visiting hours experienced a decreased risk of cardiocirculatory complications and a reduction in anxiety scores.
Acharya et al., "Reference values for variables of fetal cardiocirculatory dynamics at 11-14 weeks of gestation," Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
The studies on nanomaterials, conducted on cell cultures and laboratory animals, are providing evidence on cytotoxicity and genotoxicity effects, on oxidation stress and on damages of the respiratory, cardiocirculatory, neurological, and immune systems.