Definition of Diastoles

1. Noun. (plural of diastole) ¹



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Definition of Diastoles

1. diastole [n] - See also: diastole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diastoles

diastereomer
diastereomeric
diastereomerically
diastereomerization
diastereomerizations
diastereomers
diastereomorphism
diastereoselection
diastereoselective
diastereoselectively
diastereoselectivities
diastereoselectivity
diastereotopic
diasters
diastole
diastoles (current term)
diastolic
diastolic afterpotential
diastolic blood pressure
diastolic murmur
diastolic pressure
diastolic shock
diastolic thrill
diastral
diastrophic
diastrophic dwarfism
diastrophically
diastrophism
diastrophisms

Literary usage of Diastoles

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1. Materia medica for nurses by Aaron Samuel Blumgarten (1920)
"periods or diastoles, are greater and more prolonged. The contractions or systoles, therefore, occur less frequently because the periods of relaxation of ..."

2. The London Medical Gazette (1841)
"... and the diastoles of the cavities follow in somewhat similar order, viz. the auricular diastole coinciding with the ventricular systole, and continuing ..."

3. American Journal of Physiology by American Physiological Society (1887- ). (1913)
"During the period of acceleration the abbreviation of the diastoles lessens ... During the periods of slower heart rate the longer diastoles allow a marked ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1841)
"In such cases the diastoles have been so hurried and short, (owing no doubt to very rapid and copious influx from the veins,) that the systoles have been ..."

5. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"These partial diastoles may alternate so that the blood is merely pumped back and forth ... Eventually, the ventricular diastoles become weaker and weaker, ..."

6. A Textbook of Pharmacology and Therapeutics: Or, The Action of Drugs in by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1910)
"This is evidently due to action on the muscle; the contraction is so prolonged as to limit the number of diastoles, and the ventricle can ..."

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