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Inflammatory Response

,Inflammatory Response,inflammatory responses,inflammatory responsiveness,inflammatory responsive

Inflammatory Response
Publications: 23,491| Citation Count: 350,246
Stemming Variations: inflammatory responses, inflammatory responsiveness, inflammatory responsive
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    • The inflammatory response is an important determinant of outcome after major surgery. Perioperative excessive stimulation of the inflammatory and haemostatic systems plays a role in the development of postoperative ileus, ischaemia-reperfusion syndromes (e.g. myocardial infarction), hypercoagulation syndromes (e.g. deep venous thrombosis) and pain; together, these represent a significant fraction of major postoperative disorders. Epidurally administered local anaesthetics prevent or modulate many of these processes...

    MARCEL E. DURIEUXet al. PERIOPERATIVE LOCAL ANAESTHETICS AND THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE ADMINIS...

    • The inflammatory response is a defence mechanism of biological adaptation of the organism against internal or external aggressions, which attempts to return to the baseline situation as soon as the harmful agents are eliminated and the structures affected by the aggression repaired or scarred. Illnesses as prevalent as asthma, rhinitis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have their root cause in inflammation, and its study constitutes one of the major aspects of interest in the fields of Biology and Medicine...

    G. Tirado Conde. MÉTODOS NO INVASIVOS DE VALORACIÓN DE LA INFLAMACIÓN DE LA VÍA AÉREA

    • The inflammatory response is a protective process of the body to counteract xenobiotic penetration and injury, although in disease this response can become deregulated...

    Amilcar S. Damazoet al. Critical Protective Role for Annexin 1 Gene Expression in the Endotoxe...

    • The inflammatory response is a highly regulated physiological process that is critically important for homeostasis. A precise physiological control of inflammation allows a timely reaction to invading pathogens or to other insults without causing overreaction liable to damage the host...

    KAROLIEN DE BOSSCHERet al. The Interplay between the Glucocorticoid Receptor and Nuclear Factor B...

    • The inflammatory response is a highly orchestrated and tightly controlled mechanism of defence characterised by infiltration of granulocytes and mononuclear cells. For this response to be beneficial it must deal with its initial inflammatory stimulus and then subside to allow the tissue to return to its pre-inflamed state. Such resolution requires cessation of inflammatory cell recruitment and, importantly, deletion of recruited cells in a safe and controlled fashion...

    Andrew Devittet al. Innate immune mechanisms in the resolution of inflammation

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