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supreme_radiance
- user joined since February 21, 2006
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which works of sir osler are the most famous?
In osler, medicine - asked by supreme_radiance - 1 answer - 12 years ago
diseases caused due to asbestos exposure
In disease, asbestos, health - asked by supreme_radiance - 2 answers - 12 years ago
Which sociologist was the first of examine the relationship between doctors and patients?
In sociology, doctor, patient - asked by supreme_radiance - 2 answers - 12 years ago
Where are most illegal drugs grown?
In drug, illegal, country - asked by supreme_radiance - 2 answers - 12 years ago
Who is eligible to apply for a British citizenship?
In citizenship, british - asked by supreme_radiance - 1 answer - 12 years ago

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1)Nature Reviews Cancer - review articles on specific cancers and cancer biology
2)Nature Medicine - review articles and original papers


Go To Question - asked by supreme_radiance - 0 replies - 12 years ago

Make sure that you include small letters, capital letter, numbers and symbols in you password. Never use personally identifiable information such as you name as a password.


Go To Question - asked by supreme_radiance - 0 replies - 12 years ago

Yes, the respiratory virus infection is pretty infectious, and it usually affects neonates. Patients with RSV infection need to be isolated.


Go To Question - asked by supreme_radiance - 0 replies - 12 years ago

Oxidative stress occurs when there is an overproduction of oxygen radicals, such as superoxide,hydrogen peroxide. This could occur during chronic inflammation. Oxygen radicals are the body's mechanisms to destry foreign material. Vitamin E and the enzymes dimutase and catalase convert the oxygen radicals into non harmful forms.


Go To Question - asked by supreme_radiance - 0 replies - 12 years ago

Gravity causes venous return to decrease. Storke volume decreases, Cardiac output decreases. Transient drop in blood pressure occurs. When baroreceptors detect it, they stimulate sympathetic activity, which causes venoconstriction. The effective circulating blood volume also decreases upon standing. Cerebral blood vessels dilate also. Arterial pressure measured at the heart level tends to stay the same, but arterial pressure below the heart increases. Arteries collapse a little.


Go To Question - asked by supreme_radiance - 0 replies - 12 years ago