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Background/Objectives:Viscous fibers typically reduce total cholesterol (TC) by 3–7% in humans. The cholesterol-lowering properties of the viscous fiber pectin may depend on its physico-chemical properties (viscosity, molecular weight (MW) and degree of esterification (DE)), but these are not typically described in publications, nor required by European(More)
Low arterial oxygen saturation (SaO(2)) will result in a reduced rate of arterial oxygen delivery to the tissues (DO(2)), unless there is a compensatory increase in cardiac output (CO) or haemoglobin concentration (Hb). An adequate DO(2) can therefore be maintained by increasing ventilation, CO, or both. Sustaining a tissue specific oxygen extraction is(More)
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