- a of or involving or contained in the arteries
the arterial system
- This change in the arterial wall is known generally as atherosclerosis.
- To make sure the dilation effect was not due to the small amounts of caffeine found in green tea, the group compared the arterial sizes in the green-tea drinkers with those .
- Instead it is buried in the arterial wall--or doughnut--where it is harder to detect.
News & Articles
- Vitamin K may affect arterial calcification for hypertensives: Multi-ethnic study
Low vitamin K1 levels may increases in the progression of arterial calcification, or hardening of the arteries, says a new study that may have greater implications for vitamin K2 than K1.
June 21, 2013 - Nutraingredients.com
- Progressive traffic signal systems save time and fuel
( Technische Universitaet Muenchen ) An improved traffic flow and shorter journey times on arterial roads are the results of a project of Technische Universitaet Muenchen, BMW Group, TRANSVER GmbH and the Supreme Building Authority in the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior. In two test beds in the north of Munich and southeast of Regensburg improved traffic signal control and a driver information ...
June 21, 2013 - EurekAlert!
- Curcumin: New studies support brain and cardiovascular benefits
Daily supplements of curcumin – the natural pigment that gives the spice turmeric its yellow color – may support healthy aging, with two new studies indicating benefits for arterial aging and cognition.
June 20, 2013 - Nutraingredients.com
- Martine Rothblatt in Forbes
The addition of tadalafil for pulmonary arterial hypertension expands our portfolio and strengthens United Therapeutics' position in the area of cardiovascular disease,said Martine Rothblatt, chairman of United Therapeutics. "Building upon...
- Anna Bligh in The Age
Specialised bulldozer pick-up trucks clear accidents from roads just minutes after minor accidents happen,Ms Bligh said. "We have seen recent examples where one accident on a major arterial like the Gateway motorway can bring the city to a...
- Casey Stoner in AFP
Doctors who treated Stoner, who turns 24 in two weeks, said their tests did show up "arterial hypotension and a lack of sodium, two anomalies which could be the principal factors" behind the weakness he complained of when taken ill.