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Heart failure cells

Heart failure cells

macrophages in the lung during left heart failure that often carry large amounts of haemosiderin.

See: siderophore.


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... into the same bag. Sort of like the most acute failure of conventional medicine to think that one ... species to human fetal intestinal cells. J Dairy Sci 1982;65:2063-69. 78. Montes RG, ... al. Endotoxin and immune activation in chronic heart failure: a prospective cohort study. Lancet ...

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osmosis

... But Dr.Stein's answer is right too. If heart pumps slowly due to an increased blood viscosity, the oxygen transport will be slowed down and cells will take oxygen with difficulty (and body ... to cardiac muscle and could finish in heart failure.

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... of glucose in the blood can harm body cells as a result of osmosis. Why is that? :shock: ... will increase. In our body it means that heart has to pump harder and harder. None wants to get heart failure because of work too hard ;)

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