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The Conduction System in the Heart
INTRODUCTION   The
conduction system in the heart is an intrinsic system whereby the cardiac
muscle is automatically stimulated to contract, without the need for external
stimulation (Waugh & Grant, 2007). It comprises specialised cardiac cells,
which initi...

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The Conduction System in the Heart
INTRODUCTION   The
conduction system in the heart is an intrinsic system whereby the cardiac
muscle is automatically stimulated to contract, without the need for external
stimulation (Waugh & Grant, 2007). It comprises specialised cardiac cells,
which initi...

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The Conduction System in the Heart
INTRODUCTION   The
conduction system in the heart is an intrinsic system whereby the cardiac
muscle is automatically stimulated to contract, without the need for external
stimulation (Waugh & Grant, 2007). It comprises specialised cardiac cells,
which initi...

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The Conduction System in the Heart
INTRODUCTION   The
conduction system in the heart is an intrinsic system whereby the cardiac
muscle is automatically stimulated to contract, without the need for external
stimulation (Waugh & Grant, 2007). It comprises specialised cardiac cells,
which initi...
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Acute response to LPS includes the release of a number of proinflammatory mediators that reach the brain in areas free of blood-brain barrier, or via specific transport systems. The hypothalamic-pituitary axis is also activated via neural routes. Then, infection is characterized by high circulating levels of adrenocorticotrope hormone (ACTH), and cortisol which remain in plateau as long as the stressful condition is maintained. Circulating vasopressin levels follow a biphasic response with high concentrations, followed by relative vasopressin insufficiency in about one third of cases. Early response to sepsis is characterized by decreased serum T3 and increased rT3 levels. Serum T4 levels decrease within 24 to 48 h, and thyroid-stimulating (TSH) levels remain normal, and have no more circadian rhythm.


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Acute response to LPS includes the release of a number of proinflammatory mediators that reach the brain in areas free of blood-brain barrier, or via specific transport systems. The hypothalamic-pituitary axis is also activated via neural routes. Then, infection is characterized by high circulating levels of adrenocorticotrope hormone (ACTH), and cortisol which remain in plateau as long as the stressful condition is maintained. Circulating vasopressin levels follow a biphasic response with high concentrations, followed by relative vasopressin insufficiency in about one third of cases. Early response to sepsis is characterized by decreased serum T3 and increased rT3 levels. Serum T4 levels decrease within 24 to 48 h, and thyroid-stimulating (TSH) levels remain normal, and have no more circadian rhythm.


http://www.hellonursing.info/2018/07/the-neuroendocrine-response-to-sepsis.html

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The Neuroendocrine Response to Sepsis
Introduction Acute response to LPS includes the
release of a number of proinflammatory mediators that reach the brain in areas
free of blood-brain barrier, or via specific transport systems. The
hypothalamic-pituitary axis is also activated via neural route...
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