"I think it's about time we get you in bed before that stuff makes its rounds of your bloodstream," Dean said with a mock stern look.
bloodstream into various cells of the body.
The bacteria were shown to spread via the bloodstream from the mouth to the major blood vessels where they caused accelerated atherosclerosis.
The bioavailability (how much of the supplement actually reaches the bloodstream) needs to be worked out through clinical trials.
This bacteria can also cause blood poisoning (septicaemia) if it invades the bloodstream.
The soldier had died following an operation to insert a stent into an artery, a device designed to cleanse the bloodstream of cholesterol.
bloodstream within 5 minutes.
bloodstream into the tissues.
In order to cause the disease, the single-celled parasite must multiply in the human bloodstream.
bloodstream infections due to MRSA each year in England.
bloodstream form of a pathogenic African trypanosome.
bloodstream form trypanosome is therefore continuously balancing on the brink of destruction.
bloodstream infection rates is now compulsory, this is in fact a poor indicator of MRSA infection rates overall.
Try not to smoke as nicotine will pass into your baby's bloodstream.
Drugs can affect an unborn baby through the mother's bloodstream.
The machine rotates quickly around the head of the patient, taking X-ray images whilst a dye is put into the patient's bloodstream.
It does this by entering the other person's bloodstream, for example through an open cut or wound.
bloodstream of a new host, thus completing the parasites lifecycle.
bloodstream of mice for longer, delivering genes to the right cells.
bloodstream of the patient.
bloodstream from the lining of your mouth.
gelatin capsules dissolve easily in the stomach, releasing the medicine which is absorbed from the gut into the bloodstream.
cholesterol in the bloodstream?
circulate in the bloodstream contributing fat to our fat cells.
When applied to Catheter related bloodstream infections the study populations were homogenous enough to allow collation.
dermal papilla is feed by the bloodstream which carries nourishment to produce new hair.
Traces of ergot were found in his bloodstream as in yours, but not to the degree that should cause hallucinogenic ergotism.
flagellum function is essential to the survival of bloodstream trypanosomes.
They found that use of chlorhexidine gluconate can reduce the risk for catheter related bloodstream infection by approximately 50% .
glucose in the bloodstream.
Carbon monoxide replaces oxygen in the bloodstream causing hypoxia, an abnormal reduction of oxygen in the body tissues also called oxygen deficiency.
injected directly into the bloodstream.
leaked into the bloodstream surrounding the tooth " .
Their antibodies pass into the efferent lymph and reach the bloodstream.
The fluid drains back into the bloodstream through sieve-like channels called the trabecular meshwork.
Damage in the muscle causes the release of pigment called myoglobin into the bloodstream where it is transported to the kidneys.
The dermal papilla is feed by the bloodstream which carries nourishment to produce new hair.
decreases platelet clumping in bloodstream, and prevents clots at site of blood-vessel damage in heart and brain.
polypeptide hormone that travels around the bloodstream.
PSA is a substance made by the prostate gland, which naturally leaks into the bloodstream.
released into the bloodstream and then travel to distant responsive cells where they exhibit characteristic effects.
schizont stages release numerous merozoites, capable of infecting erythrocytes and generating the bloodstream forms of the parasite.
small intestine into the bloodstream.
Expression of a novel, rapidly evolving gene family in the bloodstream form of a pathogenic African trypanosome.
The bloodstream form trypanosome is therefore continuously balancing on the brink of destruction.
Hormones are released into the bloodstream and then travel to distant responsive cells where they exhibit characteristic effects.
Both of these schizont stages release numerous merozoites, capable of infecting erythrocytes and generating the bloodstream forms of the parasite.
However if infection disseminates in the blood, the widespread activation of phagocytes in the bloodstream initiates the sepsis response.
When this happens, they are absorbed by the small intestine into the bloodstream.
Any remaining liquid is absorbed in the bloodstream or gradually expelled with coughing.
Potassium is a salt-substitute, but you may encounter problems if you or someone using the water has Addison's Disease or high levels of potassium in the bloodstream.
The bacterium can often be found in the bloodstream of healthy cats.
This is a normal reaction to the increased level of pregnancy hormones circulating through her bloodstream, and it is usually just a temporary response.
Both detect a protein component of the virus as it circulates in the bloodstream.
Because your body has been poisoned with toxins that are now building up in your bloodstream much faster than you get rid of them.
When it reaches the intestines, cholesterol is absorbed and moves into the bloodstream where it's used to repair damage to cell walls.
If plant sterols and stanols are present, they'll block the route for the animal product cholesterol, the kind that can move into the bloodstream and raise cholesterol levels.
Some research indicates that micro-size particles do stay on the surface of the skin and do not enter the bloodstream, while others question the long-term safety of using nanoparticles.
When your brain perceives stress, your body releases adrenalin into the bloodstream, giving your brain the burst of energy it needs to fight, flee, or freeze.
Testosterone is the male hormone released into the bloodstream from the testes that causes the male secondary sex characteristics to develop during puberty.
In girls, the increase in LH and FSH hormones in the bloodstream stimulates the ovaries and adrenal glands to produce even more hormones that affect development and maturity.
Alcohol enters the bloodstream and is broken down by the liver.
Alcohol remains in the bloodstream for as long as the liver takes to break it down.
Caffeine reaches your bloodstream within about 30-45 minutes.
Binge drinking overwhelms the liver's capacity to process and remove alcohol from the bloodstream.
Nicotine can remain in your bloodstream for an unspecified period of time.
Hours After Your Last Cigarette - By this point, the carbon monoxide (CO) levels in your bloodstream will have returned to normal.
Subcutaneous injections are given just under the skin, where the medicine is gradually absorbed into the bloodstream.
These worms live in the dog's bloodstream and lungs as they travel to the right side of its heart where they reproduce.
This strain infects the bloodstream and attacks the lining of the digestive tract, bone marrow and cells.
The intestines deteriorate and release bacteria into the bloodstream, further complicating an already serious problem.
A series of progesterone tests can be used to track the rise of the hormone progesterone in the bloodstream and determine when ovulation has begun.
Until the antibodies in the puppy's bloodstream drop sufficiently, the vaccine will not work, and the puppy may develop parvo.
The use of high-titer canine parvovirus vaccines also appears to help offer the puppy some protection, even during the open window when the titers begin to drop in the puppy's bloodstream.
Everything you put on your skin has the potential to enter your bloodstream.
A blood test may also be performed to check for toxic levels of the drug in the bloodstream.
The friction causes lead dust, which when inhaled can cause elevated levels of lead in the bloodstream.
Women who are exposed to high lead levels during their pregnancy can also transfer lead in the bloodstream to their fetus.
The protozoa, transmitted by the bite of tsetse fly, works their way through a victim's bloodstream.
Melatonin: Melatonin is naturally produced in the body and is released into your bloodstream during the evening and the night encouraging sleep.
If you drink three or more glasses of wine per day, it increases the risk of elevated serum triglycerides in the bloodstream.
Anemia-A condition in which there is an abnormally low number of red blood cells in the bloodstream.
Bacterial endocarditis-An infection caused by bacteria that enter the bloodstream and settle in the heart lining, a heart valve, or a blood vessel.
The enzyme lactase, which is normally produced by cells lining the small intestine, breaks down lactose into substances that can be absorbed into the bloodstream.
When dairy products are ingested, the lactose reaches the digestive system and is broken down by lactase into the simpler sugars glucose and galactose, which can then be absorbed into the bloodstream.
The hydrogen is exhaled after being absorbed from the intestines and carried through the bloodstream to the lungs.
Bilirubin is a yellowish-red pigment that is formed and released into the bloodstream when red blood cells are broken down.
It is formed and released into the bloodstream when red blood cells are broken down.
When too much bilirubin is made, the excess is discarded into the bloodstream and deposited in tissues for temporary storage.
Both primary and secondary strep infections can travel from affected tissues to lymph glands, enter the bloodstream, and spread throughout the body.
Fetal hemoglobin seems to prevent "sickling" of red cells, and cells containing fetal hemoglobin tend to survive longer in the bloodstream.
Meningococcemia is the presence of meningococcus in the bloodstream.
From there, it can penetrate into the bloodstream to the central nervous system and cause meningitis or develop into a full-blown bloodstream infection (meningococcemia).
Rarely, a low-grade bloodstream infection called chronic meningococcemia can occur.
The organism is multiplying in the bloodstream, unchecked by the immune system.
Pituitary gland-The most important of the endocrine glands (glands that release hormones directly into the bloodstream), the pituitary is located at the base of the brain.
Sepsis: a severe, life-threatening illness caused by overwhelming infection of the bloodstream by toxin-producing bacteria.
Circulation in the lungs may be monitored by injection of a radioactive substance into the bloodstream.
Because it circulates in the bloodstream bound to long-lasting proteins, it is more stable than hGH.
Hormone-A chemical messenger secreted by a gland or organ and released into the bloodstream.
It travels via the bloodstream to distant cells where it exerts an effect.
Septicemia-A systemic infection due to the presence of bacteria and their toxins in the bloodstream.
Complications occur when the salmonella bacteria make their way into the bloodstream (bacteremia).
Once in the bloodstream, the bacteria can enter any organ system throughout the body, causing disease.
High cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia or hyperlipidemia) refers to the presence of higher than normal amounts of total cholesterol circulating in the bloodstream.
It is manufactured in the liver and carried throughout the body in the bloodstream.
The components of cholesterol are then carried into the bloodstream bound to the surface of certain lipoproteins.
Research studies in the early 2000s indicate that it may be due to the size of the cholesterol particles in the bloodstream.
Endocrine-Refers to glands that secrete hormones circulated in the bloodstream or lymphatic system.
When blood sugars are high (i.e., over 249 mg/dl, or 13.8 mmol/L) for prolonged periods of time, ketones build up in the bloodstream to dangerous levels.
Sodium: An increase in sodium concentration in the bloodstream can be toxic.
Potassium: The normal level of potassium in the bloodstream is in the range of 3.5-5.0 mM, while levels of 6.3-8.0 mM (severe hyperkalemia) result in cardiac arrhythmias or even death due to cardiac arrest.
Toxic levels of iodine inhibit the secretion of thyroid hormone, resulting in lower levels of thyroid hormone in the bloodstream.
It is rapidly converted to nitrite by the bacteria that live in the mouth as well as in the intestines and then absorbed into the bloodstream.
They can infiltrate nearby tissues, enter the bloodstream, and metastasize to bones, tissues, and organs far from the original malignancy.
If large quantities of bacteria are present and begin circulating in the bloodstream, the child is in danger of developing an overwhelming systemic infection known as sepsis.
The chelating agent encircles and binds to the metal in the body's tissues, forming a complex; that complex is then released from the tissue to travel in the bloodstream.
They cause meningitis when they get into the bloodstream and travel to the meninges.
In this diagnostic procedure, a radioactive tracer is injected into the bloodstream and images are taken of specific areas or the entire skeleton by CT or MRI.
When the bacteria spread to the lungs and bloodstream, serious illness, including pneumonia and meningitis, can result.
This toxin is sent into circulation throughout the bloodstream, thus affecting other systems of the body.
Complications can arise if the infection is not treated and spreads into deeper structures or into the bloodstream.
Live disease-causing bacteria within the bloodstream and tissues may cause complications far from the wound site, including transmission of HIV infection.
The bacterium, which remains in a cat's bloodstream for several months after infection, seems to be harmless to most cats, and normally an infected cat will not display any symptoms.
Alcohol is readily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract into a pregnant woman's bloodstream and circulates to the fetus by crossing the placenta.
This prevents the bacteria that are circulating throughout the bloodstream from causing infection elsewhere in the body.
Hormones travel through the bloodstream.
Adrenal glands-A pair of endocrine glands (glands that secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream) that are located on top of the kidneys.
Dialysis-A process of filtering and removing waste products from the bloodstream, it is used as a treatment for patients whose kidneys do not function properly.
White blood cells-A group of several cell types that occur in the bloodstream and are essential for a properly functioning immune system; they fight infection.
Fetal hemoglobin, an alkali-resistant form of hemoglobin, is the major hemoglobin component in the bloodstream of the fetus.
Hemolytic anemia-A form of anemia characterized by chronic premature destruction of red cells in the bloodstream.
A small fraction of localized staph infections enter the bloodstream and spread through the body.
Staph infection of the blood (staphylococcal bacteremia) develops when bacteria from a local infection infiltrate the lymph glands and bloodstream.
These symptoms may mean the infection has spread to the bloodstream.
IVIG involves the infusion of immunoglobulins derived from donated blood plasma directly into the patient's bloodstream as a protection against infection.
Bacteria grow rapidly in the bowel, causing a deep infection that can kill bowel tissue and spread to the bloodstream.
If the infection spreads to the bloodstream, infants may develop lethargy, fluctuations in body temperature, and may periodically stop breathing.
Sepsis-A severe systemic infection in which bacteria have entered the bloodstream or body tissues.
This medication would be taken orally and could prevent the absorption of digested phenylalanine into the patient's bloodstream.
In some cases, the antigen-antibody complexes become too large to remain suspended in the bloodstream.
Hydrogen is absorbed from the intestines and carried by the bloodstream into the lungs, where it is exhaled.
Endocrine system-A group of ductless glands and parts of glands that secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream or lymphatic system to control metabolic activity.
When mast cells encounter an allergen, they release histamine and other chemicals, both locally and into the bloodstream.
The reduction of any or all of these blood parameters reduces the essential delivery of oxygen through the bloodstream to the organs of the body.
Iron is a mineral found in the bloodstream that is essential for growth, enzyme development and function, a healthy immune system, energy levels, and muscle strength.
Bioavailability describes the percent of dietary iron that is successfully absorbed via the gastrointestinal tract to the bloodstream.
Bruton's agammaglobulinemia is a disorder that is present at birth (congenital) and is characterized by low or completely absent levels of immunoglobulins in the bloodstream.
This defect is not associated with the immunoglobulins themselves, but rather with the B cells in the bloodstream that ordinarily secrete the immunoglobulins.
Factor VIII-A protein involved in blood clotting that requires von Willebrand factor for stability and long-term survival in the bloodstream.
The rest passes into the bloodstream, reaching the brain in about 10 seconds and dispersing throughout the body in about 20 seconds.
They slowly release a small amount of nicotine into the bloodstream, satisfying the smoker's physical craving.
The bacterium is transferred from the intestines of the tick through the mouthparts and into the bloodstream while the tick is feeding.
Once Borrelia burgdorferi gains entry to the body through a tick bite, it can move through the bloodstream quickly.
Only 12 hours after entering the bloodstream, Borrelia burgdorferi can be found in cerebrospinal fluid (which means it can affect the nervous system).
Hyaline membrane-A fibrous layer that settles in the alveoli in respiratory distress syndrome and prevents oxygen from escaping from inhaled air to the bloodstream.
The exotoxin is carried throughout the body in the bloodstream, destroying healthy tissue in other parts of the body.
The development of a bull neck indicates a high level of exotoxin in the bloodstream.
Exotoxin-A poisonous secretion produced by bacilli that is carried in the bloodstream to other parts of the body.
In a metabolic shift to a catabolic (breaking down) process, cells throughout the body empty their electrolytes (sodium, potassium, and phosphate) into the bloodstream.
Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is an uncommon, but potentially serious, illness that occurs when poisonous substances (toxins) produced by bacteria enter the bloodstream.
In large enough quantities, the toxin can enter the bloodstream, causing a potentially fatal reaction.
When absorbed into the bloodstream, they may cause hives (urticaria) or more severe reactions involving recurrent, non-inflammatory swelling of the skin, mucous membranes, organs, and brain (angioedema).
If a radically different blood type is introduced into the bloodstream, the immune system produces antibodies, proteins that specifically attack and destroy any cell carrying the foreign antigen.
Blood cells from the unborn baby (fetal red blood cells) can cross over into the mother's bloodstream, and this risk is higher at delivery.
Usually, this incompatibility is not a factor in a first pregnancy, because few fetal blood cells reach the mother's bloodstream until delivery.
Approximately one third of these babies show evidence of the mother's antibodies in their bloodstream, but only a small percentage develop symptoms of ABO incompatibility disease.
Bilirubin is normally produced as red blood cells die, but the body is only equipped to handle a certain low level of bilirubin in the bloodstream at one time.
Red blood cells injected into the baby's abdominal cavity are absorbed into its bloodstream.
This procedure involves sliding a very fine needle through the mother's abdomen and, guided by ultrasound, into a vein in the umbilical cord to inject red blood cells directly into the baby's bloodstream.
This immunoglobulin destroys any fetal blood cells in her bloodstream before her immune system can react to them.
Lymph nodes occur along the course of the lymphatic vessels and filter lymph fluid before it returns to the bloodstream.
Live disease-causing bacteria within the bloodstream and tissues may cause complications far from the wound site.
Pasteurellosis is characterized by inflammation around the wound site and may be accompanied by bacteria in the bloodstream and infection in tissues and organs.
The rapid destruction of red blood cells and subsequent release of fetal hemoglobin into the bloodstream results in the production of bilirubin.
The role of 1,25-diOH-D in the body is to keep the concentration of calcium at a constant level in the bloodstream.
Seizures may also occasionally occur in a child with rickets, because of reduced levels of dissolved calcium in the bloodstream.
They are especially problematic for the delicate underarm, because chemicals can seep more easily into the bloodstream from there than from the legs.
Testosterone doesn't travel into the bloodstream from the digestive system very well, but it can be absorbed easily if it's given as an injection.
The label also mentions that the patch releases more estrogen into the bloodstream than typical birth control pills do.
Vitamin D performs a major function in helping the body to maintain normal levels of both calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream and is vital for the absorption of calcium by the bones and teeth.
This important vitamin plays a major roll in maintaining normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream.
Phosphorus is part of a major buffering system of the bloodstream.
Vitamin D3 will travel through your bloodstream to your liver where it will be converted into its active form.
Too little of these hormones in your bloodstream will result in high calcium and low vitamin D levels.What causes the low vitamin D levels?
Instead, the bloodstream directly absorbs them.
Juice and alternate between soft and hard greens, and this tonic will give you super energy and bring the life force into their bloodstream immediately.
For those of you who are a bit hypoglycemic, this tonic can be consumed because the protein and fats in the almond milk help mitigate the influx of natural sugars going into the bloodstream.
In the advanced stages of celiac disease the small intestine is so damaged that vital nutrients cannot be absorbed into the bloodstream.
Eventually, within weakened intestines, it can multiply in the bloodstream and cause a severe systemic yeast infection.
Once you have contracted an illness, you will always have antibodies specific to the virus circulating in your bloodstream which are ready to defend you against the virus any time you re-encounter it.
This is a simple blood test that checks for the presence of gliadin antibodies in your bloodstream.
Your physician will evaluate your test results by comparing the levels of IgA and IgG in your bloodstream.
The small intestine is alkaline in nature and breaks down nutrients even more so they can be absorbed into the bloodstream.
For example, antidepressants need to be kept at a constant level in your bloodstream to be effective.
Statelesss' Bloodstream scored the kiss finale kiss between Damon and faux-Elena (also known as Katherine).
Allowing an infection to rage on is foolhardy because the bacteria can reach your bloodstream.
The small intestine is where nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream.
For diabetics, fiber can help slow the absorption of carbohydrates into the bloodstream, thereby reducing fasting blood sugar levels.
When your body detects glucose in the bloodstream, it signals the pancreas to produce insulin to regulate the blood glucose levels.
The problem with this mechanism is that if and when there is excess insulin in the bloodstream after it transports the blood sugar, then cravings for more sugar, increased hunger, and overeating are apparent.
The GI factor of a food is the length of time it takes for the sugar to be absorbed into the bloodstream after ingestion.
In a nutshell, the lower the GI, the slower the glucose from that particular food enters the bloodstream.
Protein also decreases the rate of digestion when eaten with carbohydrates that otherwise would enter the bloodstream rapidly.
Release endorphins into the bloodstream, providing a natural "high."
These fatty acids are released into the bloodstream and the body converts them to ketones.
When a person with celiac disease ingests gluten, his or her immune system attacks the villi within the small intestine, resulting in an inability for nutrients from food to enter the bloodstream.
As body fat is used for fuel during a fast, the toxins normally stored therein are released into the bloodstream and eventually flushed out.
These elements build up in the body and are distributed through the bloodstream, and many toxins wind up stored in fat cells.
Insulin transports the glucose from the bloodstream into the body's cells.
The focus is preventing the buildup of glucose in the bloodstream, making the following food categories of particular concern.
It is necessary to balance carbohydrates, whether simple or complex, with protein or fat in order to slow the breakdown of carbs in to glucose in the bloodstream.
Learning to prepare the right portions helps with weight control as well as preventing the build up of glucose in the bloodstream.
Honey offers a stable source of energy while entering the bloodstream, which is proven to boost athletic performance, translating to more time at the gym and pounds lost.
The reduction in these acids causes the liver to extract cholesterol from the bloodstream to make more.
Osmolarity is a measure of the concentration that influences how easily substances are absorbed into the bloodstream.
It occurs by lowering carbohydrate intake to such a level that ketones are present in your bloodstream.
Eating carbohydrates also causes a spike in blood sugar, and insulin is released into the bloodstream to help normalize blood sugar.
When you limit the number of carbohydrates you eat, you also control the amount of insulin released into the bloodstream.
The diet helps you to stabilize your blood sugar, and therefore minimizes the amount of insulin present in your bloodstream.
Low-carbohydrate diets keep blood sugar levels low, minimizing the amount of insulin in your bloodstream.
When it isn't present in your bloodstream, you experience fewer cravings and your body begins to utilize stored body fat as fuel once you've used all of the energy from the calories you eat.
When it is present in your bloodstream, it escorts the food you eat into your fat cells for later use.
The Zone Diet focuses on taking in essential omega-3 fatty acids which play an important role in helping the body burn fat by slowing carb entry into the bloodstream.
When it is present in your bloodstream, it works to escort fuel you eat into permanent storage (body fat) and keep it there.
It will also increase the amount of HDL or good cholesterol in your bloodstream.
Working out accomplishes this by increasing the amount of HDL or good cholesterol in your bloodstream.
The harder you work out, the more of the body's own "happy drugs" are released into your bloodstream.
Like other types of exercise, biking releases endorphins into your bloodstream, creating that pleasant sensation of the so-called runner's high.
Immediately after being stung, many people find the stinger (which injects venomous poison into the bloodstream) stuck in their skin.
Unlike biting insects, wasps leave their stinger in the surface of the wound, continuing to deposit the venom that causes a reaction when entering the body through the bloodstream.
absorbed into the bloodstream by the lungs.
absorption into the bloodstream.
The extra speed with which sucrose enters the bloodstream does more harm than good.
While often resulting in the loss of teeth, the infection caused by periodontal disease can also enter the bloodstream and infect internal organs, such as the heart, lungs and kidneys, causing serious complications.
Because children with Marfan are at increased risk for infective endocarditis, they must take a prophylactic dose of an antibiotic before having dental work or minor surgery, as these procedures may allow bacteria to enter the bloodstream.
The invention of the hypodermic needle in the mid-nineteenth century, however, increased the number of addicts because it allowed opioids to be delivered directly into the bloodstream, thereby dramatically increasing their effect.
Shock can occur when the released histamine causes the blood vessels to dilate, which lowers blood pressure; histamine also causes fluids to leak from the bloodstream into the tissues, lowering the blood volume.
Because the drug takes four to ten days to reach a therapeutic level in the bloodstream, it sometimes is prescribed in conjunction with neuroleptics and/or benzodiazepines to provide more immediate relief of a manic episode.
When enough fluoride from water, supplements, food, or other sources enters the bloodstream and reaches the teeth while the enamel is forming, the fluoride can replace a piece of the hydroxyapatite molecule to form fluorapatite.
Regardless of whether a patient is suffering from Type I or Type II diabetes, the affected person will have an excess amount of glucose circulating throughout the bloodstream due to inadequate insulin production or uptake.
Basically, the faster a food and its carbohydrate content gets absorbed into the bloodstream, the higher the blood sugar, and hence the higher the insulin amount coming in to transfer the blood sugar to the cells of the body.
The cells do not receive the necessary energy for proper functioning and if the buildup of glucose in the bloodstream continues, health problems may arise that affect the heart, kidneys, nervous system and eyes.
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