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eBook Clinical Physiology of the Venous System (Basic Science for the Cardiologist) ePub

by Ioana Raluca Siska,Jecu Aurel Avram,Francisc A. Schneider

  • ISBN: 1402074115
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Ioana Raluca Siska,Jecu Aurel Avram,Francisc A. Schneider
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2003 edition (August 31, 2003)
  • Pages: 303
  • ePub book: 1819 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1730 kb
  • Other: lit mobi azw txt
  • Rating: 4.3
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Authors: Schneider, Francisc . Siska, Ioana Raluca, Avram, Jecu Aurel. About this book - Presents data in the fields of venous physiology, pharmacology an. .

Authors: Schneider, Francisc . Clinical Physiology of the Venous System is a comprehensive overview of vein physiology. Venous tone regulation data is presented with a focus on neural; hormonal; local and myogenic control of venous smooth muscle.

Francisc A. Schneider, Ioana Raluca Siska, Jecu Aurel Avram. Francisc A. Thromboembolic venous disease.

by Francisc A. Schneider. The control of venous smooth muscle tone and venous function is dominated by the sympathetic nervous system, its activity being coordinated in the vasomotor center in the brainstem. To understand the circulation in the blood vessels it is necessary to apply the physical principles and equations to the flow of blood in the blood vessels. The degree of adrenergic innervation of the veins varies widely; cutaneous and splachnic veins are most densely innervated, while large conduit veins and the deep limb veins receive only scarce adrenergic innervation (396).

Presents data in the fields of venous physiology, pharmacology and . List of key abbreviations used in the book. Well illustrated with teaching tables

Clinical Physiology of the Venous System - Basic Science for the Cardiologist 15 (Hardback). Francisco A. Schneider (author), Ioana Raluca Siska (author), Jecu Aurel Avram (author). Well illustrated with teaching tables.

of the Venous System is a comprehensive overview of vein physiology

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BASIC SCIENCE FOR THE CARDIOLOGIST 1. B. Swynghedauw (e. : Molecular Cardiology for the . : Molecular Cardiology for the Cardio/ogist. It is a real privilege for me to introduce Professor Francisc Schneider, head of the Physiology Department of the University Vasile Goldis in Arad, Romania, and his coworkers Ioana Raluca Siska and Jecu Aurel Avram. This volume bespeaks the rebirth of physiology in Romania and its long scientific tradition.

Francisco A. Schneider, Ioana Raluca Siska.

Clinical Physiology of the Venous System is a comprehensive overview of vein physiology.

- Presents data in the fields of venous physiology, pharmacology and venous diseases as well as the field of phlebology, which has seen rapid and important progress in the last decade. - Recent developments in venous disorders are covered with regard to pathophysiology; most modern diagnostic methods and therapies. - Venous tone regulation data is presented with a focus on neural; hormonal; local and myogenic control of venous smooth muscle. Special attention was paid to endothelium-derived vasoactive factors involved in the regulation of venous tone. - Take home messages at the beginning of each chapter for quick review. - List of key abbreviations used in the book. - Well illustrated with teaching tables. - Useful for any physician, researcher or student interested in vein physiology.