Intraperitoneal microdialysis: Postoperative monitoring of splanchnic
ischemia by measurements of the lactate pyruvate ratio.
haemodynamic changes during acute hypoglycaemia in man.
The pathophysiology of NOMI involves low blood flow states such as shock, heart failure, hemodialysis and direct splanchnic
arteriolar vasoconstriction by drugs, eg, digoxin.
Long-lasting vasoconstriction and efficient regional extraction of endothelin-1 in human splanchnic
and renal tissues.
Exercise improves the impaired insulin sensitivity of women with GDM, which in turn increases glucose uptake by muscles and splanchnic
organs, but this effect is achieved only through the activation of large muscles, such as the quadriceps, at adequate intensity, which explains why some studies in the literature fail to show normalization of glucose levels after exercise.
1984; Kumar and Corder 1980; Larsen and Thomsen 1980a, 1980b), splanchnic
arteries (Larsen and Thomsen 1980a), and the aorta (Borchard et al.
bronchi, heart, splanchnic
vascular bed--beta receptors) they induce relaxation.
facial trochlear optic phrenic axon dendrite occipital hypoglossal frontal mandibular nasociliary ophthalmic tibial laryngeal hillock bouton median splanchnic
hypogastric femoral genitofemoral plexus pudendal myelin trigeminal abducens oculomotor vagus glossopharyngeal vestibulocochlear accessory auricular maxillary lacrimal supraorbital ethmoidal peroneal endoneurium synapse ganglion antebrachial acetylcholine ramus iliohypogastric subcostal obturator ilioinguinal oligodendrocyte nerve astrocyte
We already know that inhibition of this enzyme is beneficial for rodents with metabolic disease, but what remained crucially unknown was whether the concept was useful in humans and whether the expected endocrine effects of loss of glucocorticoid regeneration in the splanchnic
bed would lead to unacceptable side effects.
and mammary nitrogen metabolism by dairy cows fed dry-rolled or steam-flaked sorghum grain.
The superiority of the Azibo Nosology II formulation on the interplay of peripheral/DSM-ICD disorders with the central/own-race maintenance/correct orientation disorders over the absurd Kambon position can be nailed shut with two more tragic, splanchnic
examples from real life.
Differential regulation of protein dynamics in splanchnic
and skeletal muscle beds by insulin and amino acids in healthy human subjects.