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Important predictors of the outcome of physical training in patients with intermittent claudication.
TLDR
The results support the belief that cognitive factors are of major importance in predicting functional effects of structured training programs for patients with intermittent claudication.
Reticuloendothelial function in patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
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It is concluded that certain functions of the RES are hampered after prolonged ethanol ingestion and that the enhanced frequency of infections in patients with alcohol liver cirrhosis might partly be due to their impaired RES function.
Human granulocyte and reticuloendothelial system function during intralipid infusion.
In six patients, the phagocytic and catabolic functions of the RES (reticuloendothelial system), as measured by using 125I-microaggregated human serum albumin as a test substance, were not affected
The effect of glucan--a host resistance activator--and ampicillin on experimental intraabdominal sepsis.
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It is concluded that glucan, in combination with ampicillin, has a significant effect on the survival rate of rats with induced peritonitis, probably by enhancing the activities of the reticuloendothelial system--an important part of the total host resistance.
Effect of low-dose heparin on incidence of postoperative pulmonary embolism detected by photoscanning.
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Low doses of heparin reduce the incidence of tromboembolism after major surgery, and in the control group 30 patients had pulmonary embolism and/or D.V.T.
Effect of low-dose heparin and dihydroergotamine on frequency of postoperative deep-vein thrombosis in patients undergoing post-traumatic hip surgery.
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DHE does not seem to reduce the incidence of D.V.T. any further in this group of patients and a significant difference between the two groups receiving heparin on the one hand and the control group on the other.
Clinical and haemostatic parameters related to thromboembolism and low-dose heparin prophylaxis in major surgery.
In a study of 112 patients undergoing elective major surgery clinical and haemostatic data was followed in connection with a double-blind investigation on the effect of subcutaneous low-dose heparin
EFFECT OF LOW-DOSE HEPARIN PROPHYLAXIS ON ARTERIAL OXYGEN TENSION AFTER HIGH LAPAROTOMY
TLDR
Low-dose heparin treatment may apparently shorten the period of postoperative hypoxaemia, probably by counteracting both large pulmonary emboli and microthromboembolism.
Disturbances of reticulo-endothelial function following experimental liver transplantation.
TLDR
Changes in carbon clearance in liver-grafted pigs using intravenous carbon clearance appeared to be related to the composition of preservation fluid rather than to its volume or temperature, the duration of storage or the development of rejection.
Effect of low-dose heparin on the phagocytic and catabolic function in the reticulo-endothelial system in man during surgery.
TLDR
The results indicate that heparin in low doses has a favourable effect on the RES, and there was an enhanced phagocytic activity and a correspondingly raised catabolic activity of the RES in patients treated withHeparin.
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