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Studies on the fibrinolytic response to exercise and venous occlusion in man.

Mahmoud Saleh El-Sayed Ali

Studies on the fibrinolytic response to exercise and venous occlusion in man.

by Mahmoud Saleh El-Sayed Ali

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Published by Universityof Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Human Kinetics.

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Open LibraryOL20905050M

As thrombin initiates the formation of the fibrin clot, it also activates the fibrinolytic system to limit the size of clot formation and prevent venous occlusion. The d-dimer is specific to secondary fibrinolysis because it detects the disintegration of fibrin rather than fibrinogen. The . Katz observed a fibrinolytic effect with the use of NMES, and when twinned with increased venous velocities in the deep veins may work in synergy with heparin It must also be kept in mind that there are significant risks associated with heparin, such as major haemorrhage, stroke, exacerbation of post-operative bleeding, heparin-induced.

The purpose of this experiment was to investigate skeletal muscle blood flow and glucose uptake in m. biceps (BF) and m. quadriceps femoris (QF) 1) during recovery from high intensity cycle exercise, and 2) while wearing a compression short applying ∼37 mmHg to the thigh muscles. Blood flow and glucose uptake were measured in the compressed and non-compressed leg of 6 healthy men by using. The role of the fibrinolytic pathway in organ regeneration and in the process of atherosclerosis were also the subject of many studies. Most recently these interests are applied in a study of the effects of functional food products on a variety of parameters that influence thrombosis and coagulation as part of the NationalFunctional Food.

There are strong plausible hypotheses for the relation between exposure to tobacco and vascular disease. In animal and human studies, endothelial injury has been associated with carbon monoxide and contrast to healthy individuals, those with ischemic heart disease are affected by carbon monoxide during submaximal exercise, in part Fibrinogen has also been implicated in /5. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.


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Studies on the fibrinolytic response to exercise and venous occlusion in man by Mahmoud Saleh El-Sayed Ali Download PDF EPUB FB2

Physical exercise and the injection of adrenaline or nicotinic acid have been used clinically to assess fibrinolytic response (5, 6) but, in the clinical situation they have limitations. FIBRINOLYTIC POTENTIAL Vo,No.5 InClarke et al (7) demonstrated marked increases in local fibrinolytic activity following venous occlusion of Cited by: Plasminogen Activator Fibrinolytic Activity Acute Exercise Venous Occlusion Physical Conditioning These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 1. Spöttl, F., Holzknecht, F., Braunsteiner, H.: Enhancement of the fibrinolytic activity by venous occlusion in patients with primary carbohydrate-induced hypertriglyceridemia.

Acta haemat. (Basel) 41, – () CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: An impaired fibrinolytic activity after a venous occlusion test is the most common abnormality associated with thomboembolic disease. To better characterize the causes of abnormal responses we. The enhancement of fibrinolytic activity after venous occlusion was mainly due to an increase of t-PA in the occluded vessels (4-fold increase t-PA antigen after 10 min and 8-fold after 20 min.

peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is typically caused by progressive narrowing of the arteries in the lower extremities. This condition affects 5–12 million Americans (43, 75), and the hallmark symptom is exertional pain in the buttocks, thigh or calf that promptly resolves with rest, termed “intermittent claudication.”However, only 10–15% of patients have classic claudication by: Williams R S, Logue E E, Lewis J L, Barton T, Stead N W, Wallace A G, Pizzo S V.

Physical conditioning augments the fibrinolytic response to venous occlusion in healthy adults. N Engl J Med I ; I. Schneider S H, Kim H C, Khachadurian A K, Ruderman N B. Impaired Fibrinolytic Response to Exercise in Type II Diabetes: Effects of Cited by: Thieme E-Books & E-Journals.

Summary. In a group of six normal male volunteers, infusion of DDAVP, venous occlusion and exercise were shown to increase plasma levels of factor VIII and plasminogen activator, activity and antigen, to different extents and at differing by:   Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of blood clots (thrombi) in the deep veins.

It commonly affects the deep leg veins (such as the calf veins, femoral vein, or popliteal vein) or the deep veins of the pelvis.

It is a potentially dangerous condition Cited by: The New England Journal of Medicine Physical Conditioning Augments the Fibrinolytic Response to Venous Occlusion in Healthy Adults Case — A Year-Old Man with Hypothyroidism.

Epidemiological studies indicate that up to 5% of men and % of women 60 years of age or older have symptoms of intermittent claudication. 1 2 The prevalence is at least threefold higher when sensitive noninvasive tests are used to make the diagnosis of arterial insufficiency in asymptomatic and symptomatic individuals.

3 The symptoms of Cited by: Fibrinolysis and Vascular Diseases.- Molecular Mechanism of Fibrinolysis.- The Biological Role of Fibrinolysis.- Fibrinolysis and Body Weight: Fibrinolytic Response to Venous Occlusion in Obese Children.- Fibrinolytic Vessel Wall Activator in Arterial Thrombosis.- Long-term Induction of Fibrinolytic Activity in Chronic Arterial Vessel Disease Fibrinolytic therapy offers the advantage of availability and rapid administration.

Fibrinolytic therapy has evolved to actually stopping the infarction process instead of just treating symptoms. To be of most benefit, fibrinolytic therapy must be given as soon as possible, ideally within the first hour of onset of symptoms and preferably.

In a year-old grocery store cashier with an 8-month history of leg edema increasing over the course of a work day, associated with moderate to severe lower leg bursting pain, the most appropriate investigative study or studies are: A. Doppler duplex ultrasound.

Brodie-Trendelenburg test. Ascending and descending phlebography. Before giving alteplase, the nurse should start two or three large bore IVs. Bleeding is a major complication with fibrinolytic therapy, and venipunctures should not be attempted after alteplase is administered. Altepase is administered IV with an initial bolus dose followed by an infusion of the remaining medication within the next 60 minutes.

Studies suggest that nearly every patient with thrombus in the upper leg or thigh will have a PE if a sensitive enough test is done to look for it. Current techniques allow us to demonstrate pulmonary embolism in % of these patients even though about one-half have no.

Pathogenesis of Venous Thromboembolism. Venous thrombi are intravascular deposits composed of fibrin and red cells with a variable platelet and leukocyte component.

9 They usually form in regions of slow or disturbed flow in large venous sinuses and in valve cusp pockets in the deep veins of the calf (Fig 1) or in venous segments that have been exposed to direct trauma.

10 11 12 Venous thrombi Cited by: The eMedicine point-of-care clinical reference features up-to-date, searchable, peer-reviewed medical articles organized in specialty-focused textbooks, and is continuously updated with practice-changing evidence culled daily from the medical literature.

ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) is an acute coronary syndrome (ACS). There are two types of acute coronary syndromes: STE-ACS (ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome) is defined by the presence of significant ST segment elevations on ECG.

If a patient with such ECG changes develops myocardial infarction (defined by elevated troponin levels in blood), the condition is classified as 5/5(1). The American Journal of Medicine - "The Green Journal" - publishes original clinical research of interest to physicians in internal medicine, in both academia and community-based is the official journal of the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine, a prestigious group comprising chairs of departments of internal medicine at more than medical schools across the U.S.

The oldest technique involves placing the arm or leg in a water bath and measuring the displacement of water when a venous occlusion cuff is placed on the thigh or axilla. 5 Because veins are capacitance vessels, when a pressure of 50 mm Hg is applied to a venous occlusion cuff, the veins fill and the volume of the arm changes.

9 This displaces.However, venous repair does not enjoy the same success that one associates with arterial reconstruction.

This is the result of the friability of the vessel wall and the low intraluminal pressure. There is a high occlusion rate associated with complex repair using interposition grafts, particularly with a prosthesis.Fibrinolytic Therapy in Clinical Practice Freek W.A.

Verheugt. This book is a practical guideline in the clinical application of fibrinolytic therapy in a variety of life-threatening disorders. It is not an encyclopedia for all trials in mostly evidence-based treatment options. It is meant for physicians taking care of acute ill patients either.