2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.athoracsur.2016.10.055
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Abstract: Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy caused a shift of sympathovagal balance toward parasympathetic tone that seems to be associated with the extent of denervation. This trial was registered at clinicaltrials.gov as NCT02733497.

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“…Moreover, the effects of orexin A on body temperature are predominant with respect to food intake. [29] Therefore, orexin A can induce not only an increase but also a decrease in food intake, as in this experiment, however, it always induces an activation of thermogenesis. We can suppose that this peptide elevates the thermal set point, triggering the reactions that help body temperature to reach a new level.…”
Section: Second Experimentsmentioning
confidence: 50%
“…Moreover, the effects of orexin A on body temperature are predominant with respect to food intake. [29] Therefore, orexin A can induce not only an increase but also a decrease in food intake, as in this experiment, however, it always induces an activation of thermogenesis. We can suppose that this peptide elevates the thermal set point, triggering the reactions that help body temperature to reach a new level.…”
Section: Second Experimentsmentioning
confidence: 50%
“…Bradycardia following ETS is fairly common, with one study demonstrating a decreased mean heart rate of 15% at 24 hours, persisting for six months. 4 Overall effect on heart rate is greater in bilateral ETS than unilateral ETS. However, there does not appear to be a consistent lateralising dominance of substellate fibres.…”
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“…Thus, a relative bradycardia post ETS may simply represent normalisation of the heart rate consistent with those without autonomic disorders. 4 Regardless, there has been one reported case of persistent symptomatic bradycardia secondary to unopposed vagotonia post-bilateral ETS, requiring pacemaker insertion. 7 There are also two reported cases of postoperative asystole: one during a second-stage (left then right) sympathectomy, 8 and one requiring pacemaker insertion following bilateral ETS.…”
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“…Higher HRV is indicative of a greater capacity of the cardiovascular system to respond to changes in stressful conditions. 14 A reduced HRV is associated with an increased risk for hypertension, CVD, sudden cardiac death (SCD), and cardiac arrhythmias; 8,[15][16][17] indeed, autonomic nervous system imbalance with an increased sympathetic or reduced vagal tone has been implicated in the pathophysiology of SCD. 11,18 HRV analysis provides additional insight into cardiovascular responses to heat exposure.…”
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confidence: 99%