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Rovelizumab was developed by Icos to treat patients suffering from haemorrhagic shock.
Intravenously injected citicoline increases blood pressure and reverses hypotension in haemorrhagic shock: effect is mediated by central cholinergic activation.
Chilengi was still coaching Hwange FC when he fell ill and died after a short illness on 9 April 1999, from haemorrhagic shock in Hwange.
The effect of this rightward shift of the curve increases the partial pressure of oxygen in the tissues when it is most needed, such as during exercise, or haemorrhagic shock.
Lack of tissue oxygen supply (severe haemorrhagic shock, stroke, myocardial infarction, organ transplantation) leads to ischaemia with alterations in metabolic reactions producing hypoxanthine and activating the enzyme xanthine oxidase.
Alan Ruscoe Clarke studied haemorrhagic shock for different types of injury and showed that the lethal collapse of blood volume was caused by swellings around a fracture or burn and not by blood becoming temporarily static in the capillaries.
Hemorrhagic shock is found in almost a quarter of patients.; this explains the relatively high mortality rate.
Hemorrhagic shock occurs in about 1-2% of trauma cases.
It is used in treatment such as severe burns, liver cirrhosis, and hemorrhagic shock.
Initial management consists of immediate blood transfusion if the patient is in hemorrhagic shock.
Patients may be admitted already in hemorrhagic shock with death occurring even before the bleeding area is localized.
"Transvascular fluid and protein dynamics in the lung following hemorrhagic shock."
Such conditions include hemorrhagic shock, myocardial infarction (heart attack), and stroke.
After five minutes on the operating table, Stanley Fisher died from massive blood loss and hemorrhagic shock.
It causes death through a hemorrhagic shock.
The severity of hemorrhagic shock can be graded on a 1-4 scale on the physical signs.
In addition, patients with burns, hemorrhagic shock or those who had suffered myocar-dial infarction were not included.
They've got a girl in hemorrhagic shock."
Patients with subgaleal hematoma may present with hemorrhagic shock.
Larger injuries hemorrhage extensively, often causing hemorrhagic shock.
Massive transfusion (MT) is a lifesaving treatment of hemorrhagic shock, but can be associated with significant complications.
(1972) Alterations in cellular membrane function during hemorrhagic shock in primates.
Therefore, large-scale or rapid blood loss into the abdomen will reliably induce hemorrhagic shock and may, untreated, rapidly lead to death.
Vasopressors have not been found to improve outcomes when used for hemorrhagic shock from trauma but may be of use in neurogenic shock.
She was bleeding profusely exsanguinating actually-and was in a state of hemorrhagic shock when she arrived.
Foremost of these are the g-loadings as influenced by reentry profiles and deceleration/landing methods upon patients with hemorrhagic shock issues.
It removes old red blood cells and holds a reserve of blood in case of hemorrhagic shock and also recycles iron.
There were charts on the walls, detailing procedure for acute emergencies hemorrhagic shock, pulmonary edema, Ml, burns, crush injuries.
We anticipate developing new tools for deciphering the presence of pathogens, for understanding and treating metabolic diseases, cancer, and hemorrhagic shock.
Early investigations of TSC suggested that it had potential applications in battlefield medicine, specifically in treatment of the many combat casualties with hemorrhagic shock.
Rovelizumab, trade-named LeukArrest and also known as Hu23F2G, was developed to treat patients suffering from hemorrhagic shock, which is caused by massive blood loss.