There are many types of arterial diseases.
"They're rushing out these cycle lanes and road closures of main arterial roads in London.
By car, it’s 10 minutes from the A55, the major arterial road through north Wales, and around 90 minutes from Manchester or Liverpool.
Like drawing blood, replacing an arterial line requires at least one person to gear up and go into the room—in this case, Ibrahim or another surgeon—which means that he has to weigh his own risk when deciding whether to replace an arterial line.
Many branches of the celiac trunk bring arterial blood to the stomach.
Arterial disease, often associated with diabetes, is common in the elderly.
If necessary, most coronary arterial abnormalities can be corrected surgically.
Highways or expressways carry through traffic at high speed; arterial streets carry traffic within and across urban areas; and local…
One form of cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), is actually beneficial and helps to carry the harmful cholesterol out of the arterial wall.
Similar changes occur in arterial blood partial pressures because the composition of alveolar gas determines gas partial pressures in blood perfusing the lungs.
Usually caused by atherosclerosis (thickening of the arterial walls), aneurysms also may be the result of infection (such as syphilis), trauma, or congenital abnormalities.
Arterial hypertension is a disease in which the regulation of blood pressure is abnormal, resulting in arterial pressure that is chronically higher than normal.
Most antihypertensive drugs have a variety of unwanted effects, such as drowsiness, dizziness on standing (due to an excessive postural fall in arterial pressure), impotence, and allergic reactions.
When blockages of vessels do occur, causes include severe atherothrombotic disease of the aorta, aortic or thoracic surgery, bleeding from an arteriovenous malformation, or arterial compression by a tumour or prolapsed disk.
During sleep, body metabolism is reduced, but there is an even greater decline in ventilation so that the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in arterial blood rises slightly and arterial partial pressure of oxygen falls.
A reduction in arterial blood oxygenation is seen with shunting, but the level of carbon dioxide in arterial blood is not elevated even though the shunted blood contains more carbon dioxide than arterial blood.
The pulse, which can be felt over an artery lying near the surface of the skin, results from the alternate expansion and contraction of the arterial wall as the beating heart forces blood into the arterial system via the aorta.
Special pressure sensors called baroreceptors can detect arterial blood pressure; they are located in the carotid sinus, which is intimately associated with each carotid artery high in the neck, and in a group of specialized cells in the left atrium of the heart.
But after walking on Oxford Street there were only minor improvements in lung capacity, while the measures of arterial stiffness actually got worse which the study associated with “greater exposure to black carbon soot and ultrafine particles from diesel exhaust.”
A hemorrhagic stroke, involving intracranial bleeding, may occur after an artery ruptures, usually as a result of a weakening of the arterial wall because of atherosclerosis or because of a thinning of the wall along with bulging (aneurysm), often due to hypertension.
- of or involving or contained in the arteries
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