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Reperfusion injury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Reperfusion injury is the tissue damage caused when blood supply returns to the tissue after a period of ischemia or lack of oxygen (anoxia, hypoxia).

Reperfusion therapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Reperfusion therapy is medical treatment that restores blood flow through blocked arteries, typically after a heart attack (myocardial infarction).

Reperfusion definition - MedicineNet - Health and Medical ...

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Reperfusion: The restoration of blood flow to an organ or to tissue. After a heart attack, an immediate goal is to quickly open blocked arteries and reperfuse the ...

Reperfusion | definition of reperfusion by Medical dictionary

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reperfusion [re″per-fu´zhun] restoration of blood flow to an area or part that had had temporary ischemia. reperfusion (rē′pər-fyo͞o′zhən) n. The ...

Reperfusion Medical Definition | Merriam-Webster Medical ...

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: restoration of the flow of blood to a previously ischemic tissue or organ (as the heart or brain) <reperfusion following heart attack>

Reperfusion Injury in Stroke: Overview, Symptoms of ...

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Cerebral hyperperfusion, or reperfusion syndrome, is a rare, but serious, complication following revascularization. Hyperperfusion is defined as a major ...

ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: REPERFUSION TREATMENT

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Nearly all patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) could potentially benefit from reperfusion treatment with fibrinolytics, but less than 50% will actually be ...

Reperfusion - definition of reperfusion by The Free Dictionary

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An article in Critical Care Medicine describes the finding of a protective effect for selenide, a form of selenium, against reperfusion injury that occurs when blood ...

Reperfusion injury | definition of reperfusion injury by ...

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Cyclosporine has already shown the potential to reduce significantly the level of reperfusion injury and we are looking forward to confirming this important finding ...

Reperfusion | Definition of Reperfusion by Merriam-Webster

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: restoration of the flow of blood to a previously ischemic tissue or organ (as the heart or brain) <reperfusion following heart attack>