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plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik),
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic

plasmatic

adjective Referring to plasma; plasmic. Plasmatic is less commonly used than plasma in the working medical parlance.

plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik)
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic.

plasmatic

pertaining to plasma; of the nature of plasma.
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The plasmatic profile of progesterone during pregnancy showed a progressive increase from the 1st to the 5 th week.
Based on these considerations, this study examined the impact socioeconomic stratification on plasmatic markers of lipoperoxidation and antioxidants in Venezuelan schoolchildren.
2011) and ascribed to an increase in the plasmatic level of quercetin in mice (Perez-Vizcaino et al.
The overall protein oxidation has also been assessed, through a test measuring advanced oxidation protein products (AOPP) plasmatic levels.
The measurement of endogenous AVP plasmatic levels could be a useful tool to guide therapy in pathologies where osmotic and cardiovascular homeostasis is disturbed, such as severe sepsis and septic shock.
Relationship between plasmatic levels of various cytokines tumour necrosis factor enzymes glucose and venom concentrations following Tityus scorpion sting.
Thus, the common mechanism of action of diametrically different carcinogens (and noncarcinogens) on target cells is the destruction of the plasmatic membrane.
In the columns below, we summarized all the medical procedures this patient underwent, as well as his biochemical values of ACTH, plasmatic cortisol and urinary free cortisol (Table I).
Immediately before the exercise, the subjects from both groups had increased plasmatic glucose concentrations after receiving 40 mg of paroxetine relative to the corresponding values for the placebo and 10 mg paroxetine treatments (40 mg = 6.
Therefore, it has been argued that thromboelastometry reflects hemostasis according to the cell-based model of coagulation from Hoffmann and Monroe more comprehensively than conventional plasmatic coagulation tests.