2 edition of endocrine, metabolic and cardiovascular effects of catecholamines in the sheep fetus. found in the catalog.
endocrine, metabolic and cardiovascular effects of catecholamines in the sheep fetus.
James Whiteford Knox Ritchie
Written in English
Thesis (M.D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1975.
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CIRCULATING CATECHOLAMINES AND THE CARDIOVASCULAR METABOLIC AND ENDOCRINE RESPONSES OF FETAL SHEEP. Author links open overlay panel Colin T. Jones. Show more. high plasma concentrations are achieved that are probably important in the homeostatic responses of the fetus to asphyxia and jumicar-celle.com by: 1.
The metabolic and endocrine effects of circulating catecholamines in fetal sheep. The cardiovascular effects of circulating catecholamines in fetal sheep.
J Physiol. Dec; – [PMC free article] Jones CT, Robinson RO. Plasma catecholamines in foetal and adult jumicar-celle.com by: Apr 01, · Effects of prevailing hypoxaemia, acidaemia or hypoglycaemia upon the cardiovascular, endocrine and metabolic responses to acute hypoxaemia in the ovine fetus D S Gardner, A J W Fletcher, M R Bloomfield, A L Fowden, and D A GiussaniCited by: Start studying Metabolic and Endocrine.
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Obesity is associated with endocrine and metabolic effects that predispose to hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and heart failure.
• These include activation of the renin-angiotensin system, stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system, the development of insulin resistance, increased availability of free fatty acids, leptin resistance, proinflammatory and prothrombic properties, and Cited by: Aug 01, · When undernutrition occurs near term, there is also activation of glucose production by fetal sheep, which appears to be related to increases in the fetal cortisol and catecholamines concentrations (15, 18).
However, little is known about the metabolic and endocrine consequences of undernutrition in hyperglycemic fetuses deficient in jumicar-celle.com by: 4. Hence, the aims of this study were: (1) to characterise the effects of prevailing hypoxaemia, acidaemia or hypoglycaemia on the fetal cardiovascular, endocrine and metabolic responses to a superimposed episode of acute hypoxaemia; and (2) to determine the effects of prevailing adverse intrauterine conditions on neural and endocrine mechanisms Cited by: Fetal cardiovascular, metabolic and endocrine responses to acute hypoxaemia during and following maternal treatment with dexamethasone in sheep Article in The Journal of Physiology (Pt 2) Jun 27, · Adrenaline and noradrenaline are both amines derived from the catechol nucleus, and the term catecholamines is often used to cover them both (see Fig.
It will be appreciated that the catecholamines have indirect effects on metabolism which are mediated through 'physiological' changes - heart rate, blood flow, etc. Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders is an international journal dedicated to students, clinicians and researchers involved in the broad area of endocrinology and metabolism.
This field of medicine and biology is rapidly advancing and a major challenge is to keep abreast of the advances in the field. Effects of Aging on the Endocrine System. Test your knowledge. Adrenal Gland Pheochromocytoma. Pheochromocytomas, even small ones, produce large amounts of catecholamines including the hormones adrenaline, norepinephrine, and dopamine.
If symptoms appear suddenly and forcefully, patients can feel as though they have which of the following. Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems of the Fetus.
Authors; Authors and affiliations Gu W, Jones CT, Parer JT () Metabolic and cardiovascular effects on fetal sheep of sustained reduction of uterine blood flow. Heart rate and blood pressure and metabolic changes in the sheep fetus following reduction of uterine blood flow.
Gynecol Cited by: 5. a chemical substance that is carried by the circulation from and endocrine gland in one part of the body to another part of the body where it exerts a specific observable effect Catecholamines -Epinephrine/ Adrenaline, Norepinephrine.
Found in blood of pregnant mare > 90 days with a healthy placenta/live fetus. Prostaglandin. Many types. Oct 01, · Abstract. The in vitro effects of epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine on prolactin release by the rat pituitary were studied in a 4-hr incubation system. The addition of 10 or 20 ng of epinephrine or norepinephrine to 1 ml of a physiological medium containing ½ male rat pituitary significantly increased prolactin release, whereas doses of – ng markedly inhibited prolactin Cited by: Endocrine Function and Hormonal and Metabolic Disorders - Learn about from the Merck Manuals - Medical Consumer Version.
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A new “extreme risk” category for cardiovascular disease—and a new target threshold of less than 55 mg/dL for low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) for those in this category — is part of. Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems of the Fetus to review the data which describes the fetoplacental endocrine and metabolic response to placental insufficiency; second, to use this Author: Arne Jensen.
In addition, these hormone effects (like music) can be rapid, slow, brief, diurnal, or long-term. Hormone effects can be mimicked, stimulated, and blocked by therapeutic drugs, nutritional and environmental chemicals.
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Historical remarks on the endocrine development of the fetus are followed by observations of the hormonal control of the cardiovascular system.Challenges for Conducting Endocrine and Metabolic Studies in Clinical Research.
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