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  1. Five Foul Things That Are Also Good for You From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of General Medical Sciences)  
    ... manipulate them to increase their benefit to us. Nitric Oxide Nitric oxide. Credit: Ben Mills, Wikipedia Commons. Nitric oxide is a toxic pollutant that we most often ...
  2. ... converted in the body into a chemical called nitric oxide. Nitric oxide causes blood vessels to open wider for improved ...
  3. National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation (National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation)  
    ... resulting in transformational research on the role of nitric oxide in ASA and an upcoming clinical trial for ... challenges long-held theories about the role of nitric oxide in the human body as a regulator of ...
  4. ... and colleagues. The researchers found that levels of nitric oxide, a gas linked to improved blood flow, were ... eating dark chocolate. They suggested that the higher nitric oxide levels may be responsible for widening peripheral arteries ...
  5. ... Sapienza University of Rome in Italy. Levels of nitric oxide — a gas linked to improved blood flow — were ... laboratory experiments, the authors suggest that the higher nitric oxide levels may be responsible for dilating peripheral arteries ...
  6. ... the brain (chemicals such as dopamine , acetylcholine and nitric oxide ) to tell the muscles of the corpora cavernosa ... nerve cells or between nerve cells and muscles. nitric oxide: A colorless and poisonous gas. nocturnal penile tumescence: ...
  7. Meconium Aspiration (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... oxygen hood or ventilation antibiotics use of surfactant nitric oxide obtaining blood routinely to determine if the baby ... extra oxygen into the baby's lungs. Rescue therapy: Nitric oxide is added to the oxygen in the ventilator. ...
  8. ... blood exchange transfusions, inhalants such as oxygen and nitric oxide, and using vasodilators that open the blood vessels ...
  9. Antimicrobial Resistance From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)  
    ... which S. aureus resists a natural, anti-bacterial molecule—nitric oxide. This provides a potential target for the development ...
  10. How Is Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Treated? (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)  
    ... few days of birth. Doctors sometimes prescribe inhaled nitric oxide shortly after birth for babies who have very ...
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