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venousve‧nous /ˈviːnəs/ adjective medical  HBHrelating to the veins (=tubes that carry blood) in your body
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venousGranulocytes and mononuclear cells were obtained by gradient centrifugation of venous blood from healthy volunteers.It is therefore not unreasonable to propose that bile salts might be the inhibitory component in the venous effluent.Thus, the bile itself seemed to be the inhibitory agent in the venous effluent.Figure 3 summarises motor activity before, during, and after infusion of venous effluents.This may indicate that other factors also play an important role in increasing hepatic venous pressure gradient in acute liver failure.In the intensive care unit the patient was managed with central venous pressure monitoring and direct arterial pressure monitoring.The patient with the deep venous thrombosis also had intraoperative stimulation of the calf.
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