Frostbite and Vasoconstriction
Treato found 27 discussions about Vasoconstriction and Frostbite on the web.
0.18% of the posts that mention Vasoconstriction also mention Frostbite (27 posts)
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my frostbite/vasoconstriction problems) but the EP cardio...
" I have worsening chest pain when I'm pooling more. A vascular doc wanted me to go on a Calcium Channel blocker (for my frostbite/vasoconstriction problems) but the EP cardio... "
Well frostbite is basically the result of vasoconstriction...
" Quote: Well frostbite is basically the result of vasoconstriction due to cold temperature, so ...such a chemical... "
can cause vasoconstriction which could lead to frostbite...
" ^ Don't know about that. Some psychedelic (tryps or PEAs) can cause vasoconstriction which could lead to frostbite of the extremities in cold conditions. DOC has been known to have some... "
Prolonged vasoconstriction will usually result in frostbite...
" Prolonged vasoconstriction will usually result in frostbite at those temperatures, so the system favours constriction followed by short periods of dilation to maintain the tissue of the bodily... "
ance of frostbite and vasoconstriction which will really no...
" ...understand that you're also taking the ice away to reduce the chance of frostbite and vasoconstriction which will really not let enough blood in. And, now that I say... "
" ...it was vasodilation and not vasoconstriction? Look at this: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_alcohol...asoconstrictor \"At ...such conditions as migraine headaches and frostbite.\"... "
cause vasoconstriction to one degree or another,...
" ...the all ergot derivatives cause vasoconstriction to one degree or another, ...cold temps,... "
This is called Vasoconstriction and is a natural response....
" ...your organs. This is called Vasoconstriction and is a natural response. This is part of why there are frostbite survivors. There is also a condition called Raynaud's Disease... "
urth degree frostbite), amputated it, and then thawed it...
" ...if you froze a finger solid (ie., fourth degree frostbite), amputated it, and then thawed it out, it most ...shunted away in the earlier vasoconstriction phases, but certainly some would... "
oke. -Frostbite- basically the destruction of tissue due...
" ...men to get the disease especially women that smoke. -Frostbite- basically the destruction of tissue due to freezing, and .... -Stress- there are hormones released that can cause vasoconstrictio... "
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